Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by DiGiTaL MoNkEY, Aug 21, 2018.
xc2 ultra icx is $1900 now... same as fe.
OK..so I got a new RTX 2080 recently...(vanilla 2080 Gigabyte Windforce)...everything seems to be going OK apart from some random stuttering occasionally. Im playing a few different games like Squad / Project Cars 2 and Assetto Corsa Competizione...and occasionally the game just grinds to a stuttery mess...from 144 fps down to 20 - 25 and becomes a slideshow for about 10 - 15 seconds then comes good again. I have checked Afterburner and the temps do not go over 70 on the vid card..so im not sure whats going on?
Have you checked CPU usage or anything?
if its happening on a variety of different games try https://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/empty-standby-memory-fix-game-stuttering-windows-10/
Better way to do the empty standby list
Mwave has the HOF https://www.mwave.com.au/product/galax-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-hof-11gb-video-card-ac20570
is the Gigabyte AORUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Extreme, better? 1770 vs 1755 boost.
I'm interested to see how the upcoming 2080 Ti Kingpin fares - the price on these special edition 2080 Ti models though are insane
its not worth $700 over the founders edition
And how about this Limited Edition (only 500 units) from ASUS
Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Black Ops 4 Edition - only a trifling $2699
Titan RTX is twice as fast as a 2080Ti at machine learning.
as per my many posts on this topic, and unreported by ANY reviewers, 2080Ti can only do half rate FP16 w/FP32 Accumulate. Whereas ANANDTECH just reported the Titan can do full speed FP16 w/FP32 Accumulate.
So at least thats one thing that makes Titan RTX good value relative to the 2080Ti. games its obviously terrible value.
I'm a big fan of the Galax HoF cards, but $2,600 is a biiiiiiiiiiiiit too much!
Yeah, but they're in stock now! https://www.pccasegear.com/products...-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-black-ops-4-edition-11gb
well i guess they must think they can improve performance a fair bit...
I’m happy with my 2070 going a 2080 was a bit to much and a ti just stupid for a 1080p gamer. I hope the 2060 does fix pricing but I guess nVidia need to pay for rnd of the tech so I doubt pricing will change till the next series a lot
I am surprised there is no 5GB model like GTX 1060 5GB, 4GB model seems such like OEM only or it could a 2060 with 256 bit bus width
Yeah but you would think they'd amortise it over the several year life of the product. At $2k for a 2080ti I think they're taking the piss.
2060 better hit a killer pricepoint. Solid 1440p card?
Making bank while there's no competition at the performance tier. Assuming there will be competition at that tier in the medium term - otherwise you might as well bend over lads.
hmmm maybe, i mean the 2070 is a great 1440P card. can the 1060 do 1440P ultra OK?
and are we getting an 1160, or 2060, or both?