NVIDIA Announces the GeForce RTX 20 Series | RTX 2080 Ti 2080 2070 | Discussion

Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by DiGiTaL MoNkEY, Aug 21, 2018.

  1. bondibro

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    What score on time spy you get?

    Mine is 13.9k
     
  2. c4dderly

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    I don't have a 2080ti yet, but my 1080ti gets 10,184 GC stock.
     
  3. kill_a_wat

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    How common are 2080 Ti's that can push past 2100Mhz core clock? From what I've noticed not too many are able to do that? Also cooling these cards seem to play a smaller role than with the 1080Ti..? It seems important to be able to have the option to flash the bios
     
  4. kot0005

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    yes higher power seems to give em atleast 50-100mhz
     
  5. bondibro

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    Mine boosts to 2040 atm
     
  6. Scum

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    raising the power limit over 111% doesn't help my overclocks at least not on this z370 system
    seems my limits are
    core clock 2,100 MHz
    Memory bus clock 2,051 MHz
     
  7. kot0005

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    will you be moving it to a X system ?
     
  8. Scum

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    Yes, need another card :)
     
  9. Scum

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    Where are all the strix cards ????
     
  10. c4dderly

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  11. dzajroo

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    They are in stock pretty much everywhere, but nobody wants them :)
     
  12. kot0005

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    Just wait for FTW3 and KINGPIN

    And get us ocau users from Stock !
     
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  13. kot0005

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  14. c4dderly

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    Yes, latest is they have no idea when stock will arrive.
     
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  16. dzajroo

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    By the looks of it, they will be released end of November but next year :lol::lol::lol:. Also they actually set the clock speeds for the FTW3 finally which is same as the MSI model 1755mhz/14000Mhz
     
  17. kot0005

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  18. kot0005

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    aaaand its sold out lfmao...
     
  19. shadow85

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    Is it still cheaper to import these cards from US?

    I remember for the last 3-4 generations of cards, GTX 780 Ti, GTX 980 Ti, GTX 1080 Ti I always purchased them from either amazon (US) or newegg (US) and it always ended up saving me a few $100 by the time it landed to my door.

    I was hoping to do the same with the GTX 2080 Ti, but there seems to be some new tax/laws inplace or something.
     
  20. maxrig

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    Nope, 10% GST on all items from overseas from now on.
     

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