Best option IMO, You have an EVGA card so get a EVGA hybrid kit, i would also get the evga powerlink so the GPU cables are out of the way as much...
that's a really good result, just install MSI after burner and add to the core clock bit by bit
I wonder if this is what @Gibbo is taking about in regards to the RMA...
@Gibbo can you explain what the advanced RMA is OCUK and Asus offer please
the new AMD 5700 is available for just over £300. They are all blower cards at the moment though
yeah but is it 1080p? 1440p?
what resolution mate?
great upgrade for 1440p
any info on when the pricing and pre orders will be announced @Gibbo ?
If £400 is max then Vega 64 like others have said, but I would spend the extra and get a 2080 when the Super cards come out it might drop the...
Yeah but just use normal thermal paste between the IHS and the cooler, its not worth the risk
Just get the delid mate, thermal grizley liquid metal and a tube of heat resistant silicon. Use nail polish or liquid electrical tape to cover...
I would delid just to drop temps. Its really easy on the 8700k/8086. You should lose between 15 - 20 degrees
EVGA FTW... literally lol
The warranty follows the product and not the person. The warranty is available for a time period of no more than 3* years from the EVGA shipping...
Thats his system.
Well that sucks, at least if you sell it on the MM you can offer support after
EVGA 2080ti FTW3 Ultra, great card, super fast RMA if you use the advanced RMA you should have a replacement within 2 working days (they do put a...
You are playing at 1440p so just get a 2080 rather than a Ti, you don't really need anymore for that resolution
true the 2080 is a great card for 1440p
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