Question 1080ti stucked at 139mhz and BAD FPS

May 4, 2021
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I tell you that I bought a second-hand gpu that seems to be faulty, I have been looking for thousands of solutions in this and other forums, I have seen that many people have run into this problem but none find the solution. The problem is that the core clock remains capped at 139mhz and the memory clock does not exceed 810mhz and the performance in games and beanchmarks are really bad, 12 FPS in Furmark
I have already done different tests such as putting high performance mode in Windows and in the Nvidia panel, using DDU, reinstalling drivers, a clean installation of windows, using MSI Afterburner, Asus GPUTweekII, after trying various things I was forced to try flashing a BIOS taken from Techpowerup, but it didn't solve anything.

So far the only thing I have found is that in GPU-Z the Power Draw Board is + 400w, PCIe Slot Power + 390w and a Power of 147% DOING NOTHING, simply on the desktop, a Perfcap reason is also added: Pwr, and a solid green line. It also strikes me that the voltage is constantly 0.65v (I don't know what the normal voltage is)

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I am currently using an Aerocool Cylon 600w 80+ bronze PSU, I know it is a bit fair but the previous owner told me that he tested it with an 850w 80+ source, so we could rule out a power issue from the PSU, already that in neither of the two systems has worked well.

I hope you can help me, and thank you very much in advance !!

AMD Ryzen 5 2600x
Asrock b450m Steel legend
2x8GB RAM Corsair vengeance
 
That PSU is still a Tier D PSU "Recommended only for very cheap, iGPU systems".

This card could have been a mining card and the seller just lied to you. Did you see the card running and working properly from the seller's side?
 
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That PSU is still a Tier D PSU "Recommended only for very cheap, iGPU systems".

This card could have been a mining card and the seller just lied to you. Did you see the card running and working properly from the seller's side?
I know this PSU is not recomended to this GPU, but as i told before, this gpu was probed with an 850w too. The seller dont lie me, he teold me that the gpu was faulty, but it doesnt crash and doesnt have artifacts, soy i thought that i could found a solution!
 
The GPU was sold to you as "Faulty" and the seller did not tell you what it had or did the seller told you that it was stuck at that clock speed?

If the seller sold it as is and it was like that when he sold it he probably tried to fix it but couldn't.

Not a good idea to buy a faulty GPU. It was probably an overused mining card that ran for years.
 
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