All reviews of this model suggest that they have get all stock boost clocks around 2010-2040mhz+ without touching anything, and with manual overclocking getting around 2150-2200mhz range.
Kiriakos-GR wrote:Thats not exatly true, there are plenty of videos of this model which shows those numbers i mentioned on stock & oc. Also 2000mhz isnt any limit, as i said earlier my friend got cheaper asus tuf model which runs much faster than this strix i got. So basicly its all down to luck, which in all honesty it shouldnt be. If you buy top tier model, it should be guaranteed by binning that it is faster than the cheaper models. Or do you think its ok that asus mid range card (TUF) is boosting like 50-65mhz higher with out of box settings and outperforming this top of the shelf strix.
RTX3000 faced an issue caused by NVIDIA design, all GPU failed to clock above 2000 MHz, and even had issues at default clock speed.
NVIDIA forced to deal with this issue by drivers tweak ..
Reviews? They lied so to not add salt in their relations with the VGA providers.
You better post your complains at NVIDIA forums.