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The Turing RTX 2080 Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Aug 21, 2018.

  1. Kaapstad

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  2. opethdisciple

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    What are you 2080 owners upgrading from?
     
  3. LambChop

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    GTX980
     
  4. Shaz12

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    GTX 970
     
  5. opethdisciple

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    OK then. That's a warranted upgrade. I'm on a 1080...
     
  6. Sc00p007

    Hitman

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    more testing, and maybe the first thermal step down happens at 34? FTW3 bios.
     
  7. DarrenM343

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    1070 Ti.
     
  8. AthlonXP1800

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    MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X
     
  9. Olly

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    1080 Strix. Went from 1080p to 3440x1440 so needed some umphf
     
  10. Kaapstad

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  11. Kaapstad

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  12. Kaapstad

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  13. Chargrilled

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    Not logged in for a few weeks, so a bit delayed, but here's the Timespy run. This is with Afterburner putting +40 Mhz core and +125 Mhz memory (+50 doesn't actually increase the core clock more than +40 does and can cause an isolated crash in Timespy for some reason):
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  14. mysticsniper

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    An much needed upgrade from my old 980GTX which served me well.

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  15. Kaapstad

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    Welcome and on TROH.:)


    The Roll of Honour.


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    Date 18/12/2018, Make Gigabyte Gaming OC, mysticsniper, Link
    Date 28/11/2018, Make MSI Gaming X Trio, AthlonXP1800, Link
    Date 13/11/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, OCPete, Link
    Date 08/11/2018, Make Zotac Amp Edition, Chargrilled, Link
    Date 05/11/2018, Make MSI Duke, Gripen90, Link
    Date 22/10/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, Liamz51, Link
    Date 22/10/2018, Make Zotac Amp Edition, darudeuk, Link
    Date 21/10/2018, Make EVGA XC Ultra, ubersonic, Link
    Date 13/10/2018, Make MSI Ventus, BeefCambridge, Link
    Date 02/10/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, DarrenM343, Link
    Date 02/10/2018, Make EVGA XC Ultra, Graddfilen, Link
    Date 01/10/2018, Make MSI Gaming X Trio, razorpakk, Link
    Date 23/09/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, Rup, Link
    Date 21/09/2018, Make Asus Dual, fishtank, Link
    Date 22/09/2018, Make Zotac Amp Edition, M1keMK, Link
    Date 22/09/2018, Make MSI Gaming X Trio, Unrivaledx21, Link
    Date 21/09/2018, Make Asus Dual, MasterOC, Link
    Date 21/09/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, sillyeagle, Link
    Date 20/09/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, jjgreenwood, Link
    Date 20/09/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, Simon Belmont, Link
    Date 20/09/2018, Make NVidia Founders Edition, jrodga2k5, Link


    To get on the Roll of Honour all you have to do is post a pic with your user name on it of your RTX 2080.

     
  16. sillyeagle

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    Have any of the three fan or three slot cards proven to be faster than the Founders Edition?

    I just took a quick look around and it seems the FE is still the fastest 2080 on the forum.
     
  17. Legend

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    When it comes raw performance numbers there isn't much to separate any of the cards by more than a few percent. The reason to choose a card will be one or more of the following: price, aesthetics, noise levels, desired temps (all are well within range though, case config dependent), and/or brand loyalty. There is no card that can be chosen because it performs significantly faster.

    The FE is a fine choice. Personally though, it's always on fan and awkwardness for cleaning put me off (getting to those fans is a nightmare, given how many screws they've put in the damn thing!). If watercooling, it's a fine choice, although I'd lean towards the cheaper EVGA Black Edition for that purpose.
     
  18. clubb699

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    Anyone using the 2080 black edition ? If so what fps are you getting on games at full ultra such as Bfv at 4k only any other top titles please feel free to say thanks.
     
  19. trawetSluaP

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    I've got my card set-up in my system now, will a picture of it installed with my name be OK?
     
  20. Kaapstad

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    Yes.:)