Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by DiGiTaL MoNkEY, Aug 21, 2018.
And I agreed with you ???
WELL, THAT'S OKAY THEN!!!!
I MIGHT NEED MORE CAFFEINE!!!!!
(I still want to buy a 2080Ti cos I'm a sucker)
i WANT to buy one... but I'm not going to...
It's so much harder to resist when it's tax deductible
Someone donate me BF5 so I can test in on my PG27UQ using the 2080Ti with Raytracing and HDR. I am not buying the game lol. EA can get rekt. I actually refunded BFV after playing it for a bit using origin access premier. IT had literally no content and felt just like BF1.
lol $3500 spent on monitor, $2000 spent on GPU.
refunds $90 game.
nice job Kot
LOOK OUT!! THEY'RE ESCAPING !!
Got pirated Windows too? Coz, like, Microsoft sucks so it's OK?
well that's pretty fucking inconvenient, how on earth nvidia have botched this so badly is beyond me.
they had total market dominance and this is what they did, release a card no-one in their right mind wants to pay for (I'm not even sorry that is just too much dosh for a GPU - and no i'm no cheapskate i paid $1300 for a 1080Ti) and it's failing because of this shit.
What amazes me is that there's all this, asking prices are actually still climbing, and yet there are still folk anxious to get their hands on the things. The things people will do to be cutting edge, hey huh?
Has there been reports on the 2070s as well?
I haven't had any issues with Microsoft its a fully non oem copy lol.
well no wonder u dont see flooded complaints on EVGA or Gigabyte forums about dead 2080Ti's...its just Nvidia's forums with dead FE's.
I dunno about the legitimacy of that EVGA card bursting into flames. He might have shorted it or shunt modded it. But who knows. If more keep popping up then its prob legit.
I have a very hard to get Titan XP watercooled and guaranteed not to catch fire. It can be all yours for the low low price of $2200*
It's a crazy rip-off by the vendors. Even buying directly in the US, cost you still 2,000 AUD + postage. I wonder what will happen, when nVidia itself actually starts selling the Ti Founder Edition at the advertised price of 1,199 USD = 1600 AUD.
Seems to be legit. Otherwise, why would nVidia admit that some of the "early" Ti Founder Editions boards had faulty components.
I think he means the incident with the EVGA card catching fire. As in effecting them also and just not FE cards.
Already now it seems to be legit. Otherwise, why would nVidia admit that some of the "early" Ti Founder Editions boards had faulty components.
ok, I see. It might be an EVGA issue, and not related to the other problems with the 2080 TI Founder Edition that nVidia admitted.
as someone who bought a 1080ti after the review embargo was lifted im very pleased with the RTX performance in BF5
seems i wasn't the only one
Well Nvidia just admitted it
how do you check if you have an early batch of FE?