RTX 2080 Super GDDR6 memory overclocking

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  1. JRE84

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    no its just a coincidence they both go to like 182 core and 183 mem and crash seperately its weird they are so close.

    so long story short only overclock core
     
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    Yeah as others have said, I would run a lower core offset. If that is a laptop, then a undervolted curve would probably be preferable. And you can get that memory much higher than +185 without any harm.
     
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    how exactly?
     
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    it wont budge...artifacting lag and crashes...but even if i could overclock to 500 it would be 60 vs 62fps not worth it...however if i could overclock core by 500 im sure it would be a crazy gain.
     
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    GDDR5 is not as happy to overclock as the GDDR5X, but you can always grab a used 1080/2070 down the line, as people begin to adopt the super cards.
     
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    Time Spy 2560 × 1440 resolution. Time Spy take advantage from faster vram on RTX cards. Time Spy Extreme is 4K. And you'll have to lower the oc for TS vs. Firestrike

    Edit. https://benchmarks.ul.com/3dmark
     
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    @Papusan do you overclock your memory? is it dangerous? if anyone knows its you!
     
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    All depends. Not with a slight jump in speed for daily gaming. Max overclock is for benching, not for gaming. Be sure you don't get artifacts who is the same as you have clocked vram above the limits (not healthy for the card). Then back of 100/200MHz for vram overclock. I would never run my card with a high overclock for 24/7. Find a middle way. And be sure you don't run the card near temp limit. The power delivery and vram don't have temp sensors. For desktops it's easier run higher overclock because you have better cooling. Happy benching/gaming.
     
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