[SOLVED] Rtx 2070 super asus

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So guys i have an asus evo dual fan rtx 2070 super card.My clock speed is usually around 1890 in games and rarely goes to 1920.Why is the gpu clock droping what could be the issue and also is this a good clock for the 2070s?
 

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Im running an old system with i7 4790 an ecsh81 h3 m3 mobo ddr 3 ram 1600 mhz which im planning to upgrade to a ryzen 3700x with ddr4 ram.Could these be the limiting factors?in games like control mostly at 99 gpu usage with 1890 or 1920 mhz games like black ops 4 gpu at around 50-60 % with cpu at 80%.my friend told me that his clock was at similar mhz like 1920 or something.my psu also is a thermaltake 630 se smart which i will be upgrading to a 750 rmx crossair.I also checked gpu z and my default clock is 1605 and boost is 1770mhz.
Yes the cpu is your limit factor especially if you play at 1080p resolution. When i switched from Ryzen 5 1600 recently to Ryzen 7 3700X with my RTX 2080 it was like getting a new computer even at 1440p resolution i play i saw a performance increase 20-30 Fps in every game and especially in csgo it was more than 150fps more. i7 4790 have relative single core performance with 1600 and 2070 super with 2080 so i believe this is your case. I totally recommend the Ryzen 7 3700X.
 

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OC Mode - GPU Boost Clock : 1845 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1635 MHz
Gaming Mode (Default) - GPU Boost Clock : 1815 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1605 MHz
https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/DUAL-RTX2070S-O8G-EVO/specifications/

This is from your graphics card website. Your card is running more than the advertised boost clock and probably will do more if you can keep it cooler. I dont see anything wrong with your clocks. If you answear is why it goes from 1890 to 1920 mhz then back then its usually because of the tempratures and it throttles a bit you you are still achieving better clocks than the advertised.
 
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Thnx for the help.I think this is not my card tho cause it doesnt say oc on mine so i guess the clocks should be lower.Ill try ocing it for some better performance propably.
 

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Yeah that's GPU Boost 4.0 working for ya.

With Pascal and Turing GPUs, the best way to think about their behavior is to take the rated clock speeds with a grain of salt. The cards will boost as far as they can before they start hitting thermal, power, or some other limit. Which they are designed to do, so if you start hitting a limiter, it's fine, because the card is designed to provide as much performance as possible.
 
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I have a 2070 super founders and it does literally the same thing at stock clocks and power limit. Sits at 1920mhz for a bit then drops to 1890mhz. That's just how GPU boost 3.0 works, increase fan speeds or just increase the core clock multiplier a bit and it will likely stay at 1920mhz or higher.

I have never seen a GPU boost 3.0 card that did not exceed it's advertised boost clocks, thats totally normal.

EDIT: Too used to saying GPU boost 3.0 lol. Meant 4.0.
 
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Ok thnx for the help guys would u have any suggestions about how much i could overclock my gpu and remain stable?I mean memory and core clocks and such.With no oc the card stays around 60c with a custom fan curve.Could it also be the power limit thats limiting my clock speed? cause the temps seem pretty good for me.And also one last thing a friend of mine with a gaming z rtx 2070 is getting very similar frames with me and sometimes a bit higher is this normal because he has a higher clock speed custom card?
 
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Ok thnx for the help guys would u have any suggestions about how much i could overclock my gpu and remain stable?I mean memory and core clocks and such.With no oc the card stays around 60c with a custom fan curve.Could it also be the power limit thats limiting my clock speed? cause the temps seem pretty good for me.And also one last thing a friend of mine with a gaming z rtx 2070 is getting very similar frames with me and sometimes a bit higher is this normal because he has a higher clock speed custom card?
No a 2070 super should outperform a regular 2070 by quite a bit regardless of what model you have, its more on par with the 2080. What CPU are you running? What is GPU usage in game?
 

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No a 2070 super should outperform a regular 2070 by quite a bit regardless of what model you have, its more on par with the 2080. What CPU are you running? What is GPU usage in game?
Im running an old system with i7 4790 an ecsh81 h3 m3 mobo ddr 3 ram 1600 mhz which im planning to upgrade to a ryzen 3700x with ddr4 ram.Could these be the limiting factors?in games like control mostly at 99 gpu usage with 1890 or 1920 mhz games like black ops 4 gpu at around 50-60 % with cpu at 80%.my friend told me that his clock was at similar mhz like 1920 or something.my psu also is a thermaltake 630 se smart which i will be upgrading to a 750 rmx crossair.I also checked gpu z and my default clock is 1605 and boost is 1770mhz.
 
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Im running an old system with i7 4790 an ecsh81 h3 m3 mobo ddr 3 ram 1600 mhz which im planning to upgrade to a ryzen 3700x with ddr4 ram.Could these be the limiting factors?in games like control mostly at 99 gpu usage with 1890 or 1920 mhz games like black ops 4 gpu at around 50-60 % with cpu at 80%.my friend told me that his clock was at similar mhz like 1920 or something.my psu also is a thermaltake 630 se smart which i will be upgrading to a 750 rmx crossair.I also checked gpu z and my default clock is 1605 and boost is 1770mhz.
Yes the cpu is your limit factor especially if you play at 1080p resolution. When i switched from Ryzen 5 1600 recently to Ryzen 7 3700X with my RTX 2080 it was like getting a new computer even at 1440p resolution i play i saw a performance increase 20-30 Fps in every game and especially in csgo it was more than 150fps more. i7 4790 have relative single core performance with 1600 and 2070 super with 2080 so i believe this is your case. I totally recommend the Ryzen 7 3700X.
 

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Yes the cpu is your limit factor especially if you play at 1080p resolution. When i switched from Ryzen 5 1600 recently to Ryzen 7 3700X with my RTX 2080 it was like getting a new computer even at 1440p resolution i play i saw a performance increase 20-30 Fps in every game and especially in csgo it was more than 150fps more. i7 4790 have relative single core performance with 1600 and 2070 super with 2080 so i believe this is your case. I totally recommend the Ryzen 7 3700X.
Ok thnx for the help man i hope this is the issue and its fixed when the 3700x arrives.also should i keep the cpu with the stock cooler or is not possible?
 

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Ok thnx for the help man i hope this is the issue and its fixed when the 3700x arrives.also should i keep the cpu with the stock cooler or is not possible?
Depends on the motherboard and the case airflow mostly. So far i have tested MSI (B450 Tomahawk) and Gigabyte (AX370 gaming K5) motherboards with 3rd gen Ryzen i can say that the Gigabyte ones are better. I saw a ~75C with Ryzen 5 3600 with MSI at 1.36V and ~4Ghz all cores with Noctua NHu12s. With Gigabyte the 3700X run with ~1.1V at 4Ghz 60C full load with MSI Frozr L cooler. The coolers i believe perform identical. The 3700X have a decent cooler with RGB i believe the best is to give it a try and if you are not satisfied you can change it later. Anyway there is no room for overclock for Ryzen 3000.
 

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Depends on the motherboard and the case airflow mostly. So far i have tested MSI (B450 Tomahawk) and Gigabyte (AX370 gaming K5) motherboards with 3rd gen Ryzen i can say that the Gigabyte ones are better. I saw a ~75C with Ryzen 5 3600 with MSI at 1.36V and ~4Ghz all cores with Noctua NHu12s. With Gigabyte the 3700X run with ~1.1V at 4Ghz 60C full load with MSI Frozr L cooler. The coolers i believe perform identical. The 3700X have a decent cooler with RGB i believe the best is to give it a try and if you are not satisfied you can change it later. Anyway there is no room for overclock for Ryzen 3000.
oh ok i see my mobo will be the x570 gigabyte aorus elite shouldi also enable the pbo option or just leave everything on default?
 

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oh ok i see my mobo will be the x570 gigabyte aorus elite shouldi also enable the pbo option or just leave everything on default?
Nice its one of the best X570 around 200$ price point X570's. I personally enabled it i cant say i saw a mindblowing difference in performance just a bit more points in cinebench. I saw a bit higher voltages when the cpu load had low usage but still the temps was around the same. You can enable it and see if the performance change based on temprature and voltages is worth it to keep it enabled. If yes then sure.
 
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