3090 kingpin timespy

bal3wolf

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So i been playing with my 3090 kingpin got memory stable at +1500 and core +158 wondering if theres any tweaks to break 2200+ on the core, really green when it comes to the 3000 series cards any tips welcomed. Below is my best score so far with my 3900x at its daily overclock of 4.4Ghz temps arent much of a issue core stays under 45-46c tops and all memory is under 75c front under 50c i have a mp5works active back plate on it. I think i have a pretty good score and clock but more more more lol.
https://www.3dmark.com/spy/20680648
 
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German Muscle

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So i been playing with my 3090 kingpin got memory stable at +1500 and core +158 wondering if theres any tweaks to break 2200+ on the core, really green when it comes to the 3000 series cards any tips welcomed. Below is my best score so far with my 3900x at its daily overclock of 4.4Ghz temps arent much of a issue core stays under 45-46c tops and all memory is under 75c front under 50c i have a mp5works active back plate on it. I think i have a pretty good score and clock but more more more lol.
https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/62333766?
which vbios are you using?
 

German Muscle

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So your at the point now where you need to start adjusting the voltage while watching the PerfCap limiters. The cooler you can get the die the better. Heat transfer starts to become more important as well. Fujipoly pads for everything except the die and using KPx paste or even Conductonaut will help alot here.

In 3DMark you want the average clock frequency to be as close to the clock frequency as possible.

Also if you are using Precision X1 for Ocing then set/save your settings and close it out when you run the benchmark. For some reason PX1 running has a negative impact on scores.
 
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