I'm deffo going this route on my next upgrade with pretty much the same attitude, if it burns in, not too bothered about it, the protections are...
Here's mine, 5.2ghz 8086k, DDR4 4000
8086k @ 5.2
Yeah pretty much, scores were almost identical in graphics
The difference is ram probably, ran it again at 3200 vs 4000 and got this
Cache is at 4.7
Something not quite right with your cpu scores, lower than mine @ 5.0
Tbf a well clocked 2080 can be 10-15% faster in Timespy than a 1080ti
Sorry for being...
That space for another chiplet is basically trolling Intel
8086k @ 5.2
1080ti 417.35 2025/1500
Graphics Score: 30 961
Physics Score: 22 706
Combined Score: 12 419
8086k @ 5.0
Graphics Score: 31 282
Physics Score: 21 862
Combined Score: 12 032
On my 1080ti it tuned to 1949mhz @ 1.050v ~60c, alot more conservative compared to my usual 2025mhz @ 1.025v. Abit dissapointed but not really...
Alot of people are doubting high clockspeeds from the next chip, if it were still fabbed at GF then I'd agree, they have always been a let down....
Change min cpu cache ratio to auto, should do the trick.
Even that would be the equivalent of a current Ryzen at 5ghz+ which is great, if we dare to imagine 15-20% ipc gain and more clockspeed then wow.
The real comparison will be 6/12 vs 8/8, will be close probably with the 8/8 edging it.
Might be something to do with Disk Cleanup utility, some people reported it has been deleting the downloads folder.
No details yet, probably early next year before we hear anything.
Try capping the power limit % in afterburner to 70-80%, see if that makes any difference. If it doesn't reboot then gpu should be ok.
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