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    KingPin breaks single-GPU 3DMark Port Royal record

    His system packed a Core i9-9980XE CPU and EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti OC to 2.7GHz.
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    Re: KingPin breaks single-GPU 3DMark Port Royal record

    Both KingPin and Rauf are significantly ahead of the third placed RTX 2080 Ti entrant which scored 10846.
    3rd place in the picture is at 11294, 10846 is 4th place.

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    Re: KingPin breaks single-GPU 3DMark Port Royal record

    How is this achieved with lower clocks speed than the second one?

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    Re: KingPin breaks single-GPU 3DMark Port Royal record

    Quote Originally Posted by GinoLatino View Post
    How is this achieved with lower clocks speed than the second one?
    firmware, i suspect... The target clocks, for a while now, have little meaning on actual clock speeds. The cards adjust speeds depending on power targets, temperatures, firmware targets, and the values you set.

    Also, another trick is to use different power/speed profiles on different parts on benchmark to achieve higher scores. Say clocking lower at a part of test which usually crashes when using higher clocks, and then going back to higher clocks when its less load and wouldnt crash. The test in this respect has fallen behind, it really should show avarage/min/max clocks in test data to have any idea. Since both nvidia and amd are heavily adjusting clock speeds depending on load.

    Anyway, it's an extreme OC, so for consumer not really useful info.

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    Re: KingPin breaks single-GPU 3DMark Port Royal record

    There's a couple of videos on youtube with kingpin recently by gamers nexus.
    He gives a good talk about what was required in over clocking a GPU on water. Not the Ln2 version but the theory would be similar.
    Well worth a look

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