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. Shags

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    Each to their own - I was worried about spending $1100 to upgrade from my 1080ti - after playing with it for a week - i couldn't be happier with the upgrade.
     
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  3. im late

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    there is a rtx2080ti just listed in Perth gumtree pc components.
     
  4. kot0005

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    eww

    when ur drop[ping 2k , just buy it from a one of the bigger retailers lol!!

    Also Nvidia has lots of FE's in stock for $200 cheaper.
     
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  5. Scum

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    thats 2020 model, RTX 2880 Ti :lol:
     
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    Ouch dark...lol
     
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  10. Inconceivable

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    In what may be a surprise to nobody, PLE has no 2080 ti's in stock... but they're selling a $10k prebuilt with 2 of them in it
     
  11. mesaoz

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    So?
     
  12. kot0005

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    My card runs at 2070 - 85mhz and 110% power limit for everyday usage and under 45c during gaming. I hope it wont die.
     
  13. Inconceivable

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    Put yourselves in the shoes of someone who has a card on backorder, I guess. While PLE has every right to make people who put in backorders wait while they have $10k systems nobody in their right mind would pay for, it doesn't mean that's a nice thing for them to do.
     
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    I read somewhere if you have stability issues due to the GDDR6 you can underclock by about 50Mhz and that should keep it running... but it's still disgraceful if people are paying for a card that can't even run at stock speed.
     
  15. mesaoz

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    ... Early adopters teething problems and why waiting a month (and not pre ordering things) is always a good idea.
     
  16. @sia@home

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    I just installed my EVGA XC Gaming 2080Ti I'm pretty impressed with its performance with 70% power limit set and that is relative to a watercooled msi gaming x 1080ti @ 2.1GHz

    Stock thermal performance is not great on the XC gaming.

    MSI Gaming X Trio 2080 had excellent thermal performance but no power limit to do anything with.

    I wouldn't be surprised if a portion of the RMA posts are just people making up stories.
     
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    why would I underclock ?? If it isnt guna run at minimum spec its going back..
     
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    The power limit on mine is over 109% (it's shown as high as 119%), and I hit 2050 MHz without crashing. RAM was at +1000 as well. It seems like the limit on most cards is around 2100MHz so it doesn't seem like increasing the power limit will actually do much for mine.
     
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    What would be the point of that?
     

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