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I might go Asus this time, the strix does look good but I plan to water cool. Has ekwb ever made blocks that for Asus cards?

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Does anyone know if the Strix is dual slot or 2.5 slots? And, what its length is? thumb.gif



https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-GTX1080-O8G-GAMING/specifications/
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EVGA SC ACX 3.0. the cheapest of all GTX 1080 cards so far.

2088MHz. 57C max during Unigine Heaven. Much better than reference thumb.gif

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PCGH showed custom prices for GTX 1080 cards in europe. The GTX 1080 Founders Edition is 789€ (900$)

Custom coolers could be tarting at 665€ (744$). That is the "599$MSRP" from Nvidia. So basically not happening.

GTX 1070 Founders Edition is 500€ (560$) in europe.

I paid less for my GTX 680 (490€) on release date than the GTX 1070 costs. Let that sink in.



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But there is a Phoenix GTX 1080 with 1x6pin + 1x8pin for 719€.
That is still 229€ more than I paid for my GTX 680 on release. A 46% increase.
Show me that 6+8 pin STRIX for 619$.

That card is 800€ (900$) in europe.


Don't start with VAT. 1 € = 1.12 $ and the 19% VAT don't make 619$ to 900$
EUR/USD was like 1.40+ back then and now is 1.11 ie 25% weaker... http://finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=EURUSD%3DX+Interactive#{"range":"5y","allowChartStacking":true}

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EVGA SC ACX 3.0. the cheapest of all GTX 1080 cards so far.

2088MHz. 57C max during Unigine Heaven. Much better than reference thumb.gif



I'd love to order one, except every site that would have them is either crashed or doesn't have them listed. pm me a link and I'll hand EVGA my money.

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asked before and got no answer
saw eVGA releasing CLASSIFIED pictures on Twitter and stuff

eVGA ever launched a CLASSIFIED at the same time as FTW or SC Edition?
or at least that means CLASSIFIED will be released very soon? thinking.gif
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don't think it has anything to do with strix specifically, but with the chip and boost 3.0. we'll probably see similar behavior across all custom cards next week when reviews are up.

 

Probably true, I was just momentarily optimistic that ASUS had been the first to find a way around the consistent downclocking. I think you're right though that it will be an issue present on the rest of the AIB ranges.


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lol we're still going on a witch hunt? Alright well I won't bother quoting all the posts but I"ll just leave the following two below:
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It's good to see AIBs will be releasing custom boards at <$699 and I have no issues admitting I was wrong about this part. thumb.gif Which means the F(EKM)E is now redundant more than ever lol.

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Also what makes you think a $599 1080 is somehow going to be better than the FE? If I had to guess, I would break it down as follows:

- $599 1080s will use the reference board but an even worse cooler than the reference blower, so it's going to overclock even less than the FE
- between $599 and $699 you'll see AIB cards with custom coolers but still on a reference board. Thermals will be much better and power limits might be increased, giving slightly better overclocking
- $699+ you'll see the true custom AIBs with better coolers and a custom PCB
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Does anyone know if the Strix is dual slot or 2.5 slots? And, what its length is? thumb.gif
it's HUGE.

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