I don't know much about 2080Ti stock clocks but your 2010 Core Clock seems aggressive?
I am coming from Rog Strict 3080 though and in my case with my preferred quiet fan profile it settles out to about 1920 mHz Core during heavy load.
With the undervolt/overclock applied my card uses...
I recommend doing it this way:
run game for a while and see what your GPU clock settles at (this will be your desired undervolt frequency)
For me this is 1920mHz on my 3080
Open that Voltage/Frequency curve and find that frequency.
Find desired Voltage and click the dot, and click 'l' on...
Even on larger 16:9 monitors centering the buttons is easier to reach/more efficient than the current bottom left.
Windows 11 has features from cancelled 10X, which was supposed to be a direct Chrome OS competitor. So this makes sense.
The NIS discord is useless. Their refreshes are practically after stock is gone. go to this Discord for the real chances https://discord.gg/59mEXr
Tons of folks here (in the discord) have gotten cards - myself included.
The marketing for 3090 has been "8k60". We're already seeing that a 3080 isn't that much faster than 2080ti at low resolutions. I wonder if 8k is the only use case that makes sense for a 3090, or if it really is only 19% faster than a 3080.
In my experience with Samsung Pay and places that support it, the transaction speed is significantly quicker than using the chip on my card. That's why I use it. I do my fingerprint to activate the card while they are still ringing me up, they click total, I put phone on pad and it beeps...
I've been using IPT a lot less since they changed their bonus point algo. It used to be use upload credit to get rid of something you haven't seeded enough or zap it with 50 bonus points. It was almost always more worth it to zap it with bonus points if you had even a halfway decent ratio...