Congrats. Cant wait to hear results. If its COOL and silent? Or if it need some undervolt?
If I remember correctly, last time among the single fan ITX GPUs, MSI has the largest fan diameter thus better cooling performance (or able to run at lower RPM to get the same result with other models such as Gigabyte ones).
Look forward to your test @Revenant . Btw how much did you buy it for again?
The price is unfortunate but about par for course, glad you were at least able to get one. Performance of the 3060 Ti is supposed to be on par with a 2080 Super, I have been using one of those for about 1 1/2 years now and it is very decent performer at 1440p but 4k would probably be pushing it.Arm, leg, second mtg. I did this all for you!
The price is unfortunate but about par for course, glad you were at least able to get one. Performance of the 3060 Ti is supposed to be on par with a 2080 Super, I have been using one of those for about 1 1/2 years now and it is very decent performer at 1440p but 4k would probably be pushing it.
Nice! If it makes you feel better, the US retail for the card was supposed to be $650. So it's not even 100% markup.welp just ordered the ti card from newegg as well, we’ll see how it goes! Excited to be part of this generation next up is replacing my ryzen 5 1600…
Paying a markup definitely isn’t ideal but i fully expected it because of the current market (and form factor). To be honest i was extremely surprised to see it on newegg. I’ve been checking daily since january and stopped a couple weeks ago…came here to verify it was real lolNice! If it makes you feel better, the US retail for the card was supposed to be $650. So it's not even 100% markup.
Also, if I may, the 5600X is about the perfect match for the CCD MI-6 unless your crazy like me.
Ok…3060ti Aero ITX is installed. I had to remove the rubber protectors from the rear of the GPU side to fit it in the case. Thank you to Firewolfy for making sure those easily popped out.
I upgraded the cable to the Ghost S1 PCIE 4.0 cable. It fits, however it only works in PCIE 3.0 for me. Setting it to 4.0 locked the card to 420MHz. However, having the cable there did allow me to forgo the headaches of the the 3.0 cable issues.
Furmark puts it at 75C, 42dba from 2.5 feet away, and 1785 to 1815 MHz.
The fan is clearly a more aggressive curve than the 1070 Aero , and higher pitch. But it can be tuned.
I played an hour of BF1 and the card played just as well as my old overclocked 2080FE at 3440x1440 Ultra settings. Maybe a little faster actually. Sound wise it definitely ramped up though. I could barely hear it through the headphones and measured 46 dba. Temp was 79C. I even ran a +125 core OC for a bit, but the core still stabilized at about 1825 MHz.
Timespy was 11200 points before tuning.
Stock power is 200 watts.
Basically, a 2080 for the MI-6 for the price of a 2080ti at launch....
EDIT: Photos are posting sideways and I don't know why....
Edit 2: At +150 on the core and +600 on the memory I'm getting almost 12,000 in 3D Mark Timespy. This is pretty much where my overclocked 2080FE and 9900K landed before.
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Thanks for the initial info. If you don't mind me asking:
- What's the ambient temperature?
- Was this done with side case panel on or off?
- Not related, but what PCIE 3.0 riser issue did you encounter?