RTX 2080 meets Dry Ice der8auer

Dayaks

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This is perfect. Looks like shunt mod doesn't make sense to do in traditional gaming at least. Now I just need him to do this with a 2080ti. Also not sure RTX features will make the cards more power limited since a decent portion of the die isn't being used right now.

Stock: 66.74 fps
Max manual OC no mods: 74.77 fps (+12%)
With shunt mod: 75.11 (+12.5%)

DICE: 80.68 (+20.9%)


From the Video:

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Gideon

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They are pretty much pushed to the limit, especially when a shunt mod gains you next to nothing.
 

Dayaks

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They are pretty much pushed to the limit, especially when a shunt mod gains you next to nothing.
It’s a good thing that a shunt mod gains you nothing.

What is to be determined is how much power is used when RTX features are on. Slap DLSS ontop of that test does it use a lot more where shunt modding is worth it?

I care because it is something I could do if it is advantageous. But I am not voiding my warranty for 0.5%...
 
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Trimlock

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Depends, are the ASIC's really fking fast? who knows, the cards are already over their TDP, I have a feeling the RTX asic won't consume much power.
 
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