Workunit batch: ADRIA_BanditGPCR_APJ_b1
| -------------- RTX 3080 Ti ------------- | ----- RTX 2080 Ti ------ | power | boost | | speed | power | GPU | boost | | GPU | limit | clock | runtime | incr. | incr. | temp | clock | runtime | temp | 350W | 1815MHz | 17.347s | 32.0% | 36%* | 71°C | | | | 300W | 1710MHz | 17.961s | 27.5% | 20% | 67°C | 1860MHz | not yet | 71°C | 250W | 1575MHz | 19.176s | 19.4% | 0% | 63°C | 1800MHz | 22.900s | 68°C |* the actual power draw was "only" 340W, so the increase is only 36%, not 40% to be fair
The base for the speed increase calcualtion is the RTX 2080 Ti @ 250W.
The RTX 3080 Ti founders edition has remarkably good cooling, provided that you will use only one in a single PC.
I will to put the GTX 1080 Ti into the comparison, but I decided to postpone it after this expired certificate issue is solved.
I have a feeling that the improvement of the RTX 3080 Ti over the RTX 2080 Ti is much less than the improvement of the RTX 2080 Ti over the GTX 1080 Ti, or is it just the bonus system of folding@home playing with my mind?
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I leave my 3080Ti set to 300W. It's a nice balance between power and performance in my opinion.
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