Have a Gigabyte Gaming OC RTX 3080 playing at 1080p, switching to 1440p next week. Undervolted in MSI Afterburner to 0.925mV and keeps a steady 1995Mhz in my games when pushed. As an example currently, my core load is floating between 60-73% usage in Horizon Zero Dawn and keeps a steady 1995Mhz core clock with temps never going above 65C at 1080p. Power limit is at 100 and the memory clock has not been touched. My question is, will I see worse core performance when I switch to 1440p, and if so, what is holding my GPU back from getting better performance? Would I try to increase voltage, should I try increasing memory clock, lower temps, etc? Just wondering what I should try to increase and push the clock further for better fps since I hear adding more voltage can be worse for the card and decrease performance.