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RTX 2080 Ti reaches the 3000 MHz barrier

RTX 2080 Ti reaches the 3000 MHz barrier

It’s been a little while since the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti came out and set many records under LN2. The TeclLab team, composed of Ronaldo (rbuass) and Jacson Schenckel, overclocked a GALAX GeForce RTX 2080 Ti HOF OCLab Edition and managed to reach the 3000 MHz frequency! As a reminder, the basic boost frequency on the HOF model is 1680 MHz. Such frequencies are of course only available under liquid nitrogen with temperatures close to -196 °C.

The rest of the configuration consisted of a Core i9-10900K processor running at 5.3 GHz, Samsung B-Die DDR4 memory at 4.2 GHz and an ASUS ROG Apex XII motherboard. I also got a copy of this motherboard that I will tell you about very soon.

RTX 2080 Ti à 3000 MHz

Despite such a frequency, the world record at GPUPI has not fallen and remains the priority of KingPiN with a score of 2 seconds and 559 ms. The card used for the KingPiN record was not an RTX 2080 Ti but a Titan model. Our colleagues from TechLab still took the second place with a score of 2 seconds 646 ms and thus the best score for this model of card. The arrival of the Ampere graphics cards will also bring a lot of new records in the coming weeks.

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