Question How I knew if my new RTX ASUS ROG Strix RTX 3070 Ti, is strong and run with standard power?

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Hello,
Need your advice please,
I bought my new ASUS ROG Strix NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti OC. and when I test it using TechPowerUp GPU-Z software, it show me a bad sign, the GPU clock showed that 210.0 MHZ speed and the Memory clock is 50.6 MHZ. but when I read in GPU-Z software website it shows that the Memory clock of my card must be 1575 MHz for the same other standard cards, and the standard Memory clock must be 1188 MHz. there is a huge difference between 210 MHZ and 1575. is that normal ??
I attached a screenshot of running GPU-Z software on my card, can you guys please check if everything is normal?
Thank you very much for your support.


 
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Intel Xeon E5-2696 V3 @2.30 GHz 18 Core
Z10PE- D16 WS
65 Gb Memory
The power supply is Corsair Ax 1200 W.
I used two original PCI 16 Cable from Corsair and I Bought a third one which also same PCI Cable. is this can affect,
did you notice any issue with power from my GPU-Z software result?


 
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Thank you Dear for your reply
is there any benchmark software you can suggest to test my card? so I can share it with you to compare if the card works properly?
 
is there any benchmark software you can suggest to test my card? so I can share it with you to compare if the card works properly?
3D Mark Time Spy. It should be freely available and is more or less a standard benchmark.

Do not use 3D Mark's database to compare, as you'll be comparing against people who overclocked the snot out of their cards. Use the score from a website that reviewed the RTX 3070 Ti.
 

alexbirdie

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unigine heaven, unigine superposition, 3dmark firestrike ( and benchmarks in some games, f.i. in tombraider-shadows there is a build in benchmark, cyberpunk do have one, for cs:go a benchmark-map can be downloaded and so on.

But because you do have complete other hardware than me, we cannot compare the results. it would not make any sense.

Load down and use hwinfo, and after the benchmark you will see max-values of your CPU, GPU, VRM concerning voltage, temperatures, clockrates, fanspeeds, boost-clocks etc.

edit: after above tests you can goolge for 3070ti-tests and compare boost-clocks, powerusage etc. with your's.
 

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