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Old 02-08-2019, 07:03 AM
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I haven't really followed the 2080ti verses 1080ti out of the box performance
15% really ?

But yes price is a big turn off in it's self.
If i hadn't wasted 1200.us on a titan Xp maybe but that was my sucker award so there it is nvidia no more for a while.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
I haven't really followed the 2080ti verses 1080ti out of the box performance
15% really ?

But yes price is a big turn off in it's self.
If i hadn't wasted 1200.us on a titan Xp maybe but that was my sucker award so there it is nvidia no more for a while.
It's not the greatest performance/$ upgrade, unless one needs the absolute best RT/Tensor performance available. We're used to seeing +50% raster performance from each jump on the *80 Ti series for the same price, so this one was a huge letdown.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
I haven't really followed the 2080ti verses 1080ti out of the box performance
15% really ?

But yes price is a big turn off in it's self.
If i hadn't wasted 1200.us on a titan Xp maybe but that was my sucker award so there it is nvidia no more for a while.
I was off by a little bit. It's about +28% gain. Seems my posting of claiming 15% was based on the early launch day reviews I had seen and I myself had not checked up on the performance. Nvidia seem to of improved it some with drivers. See here: https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compar...-Ti/3918vs4027

Still though. The new cards cost $1300 - $1500 depending on where you buy them, new. Used may be a little different. Even if one was to sell their old 1080 Ti card during the upgrade, and did manage to score the average market price of around $550 for a used 1080 Ti that would still be nearly $1000 out of pocket for the new card. All for only +28% raster performance. Sure you get AI (Tensor) cores for DLSS and RTX cores for Ray Tracing. But so far (to the best of my knowledge at the time of posting this) only 2 games use RTX technology and only one of those two supports DLSS. So right now, $1000 for that.. is really kind of a not so brilliant way to be spending money. Nvidia is wanting an awful lot of money for very marginal gains this time around.

Buying an RTX 2080 Ti right now only makes sense if one is upgrading from say a GTX 900 Series, or other similar older card. Or if they have disposable income and really must have the absolutely fastest possible video card and they don't care what it costs.

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Hey all. I got a Titan XP (not Xp) in a custom loop , has anyone tried to flash one of those and what are the benefits? Last i remember flashing was my 980 which ran @ 1583MHz @ all time. Thanx.

 
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Myself, I'm getting a second 1080 Ti come this tax season, I can use drivers hacks to make pretty much any title work with SLI.

Waits for all the peeps to tell me SLI is dead and how terrible it is.

But I can't afford a 2080 Ti and have seen 1080 Ti's sold locally for as low as $600 CAD from people that have upgraded to a 2080 Ti. That I can afford and I'll get 60 FPS on every title on my 4K G-Sync screen

And I'm sure those benchmarks results are average FPS from the benchmarks built within those games.

Edit: But the 1080p results in that link a 1080 Ti is a much better deal. Not sure for like 1440p 144hz etc. Google time?

Second Edit: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/d...-features-7001
Did you end up getting a second 1080Ti and sorted out the SLI hassles?

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Did you end up getting a second 1080Ti and sorted out the SLI hassles?
I'm getting a second 1080 Ti Founder's Edition and a waterblock and backplate in 7-10 day when my tax refund comes through. Filed it online last Monday and have direct deposit.

If I can't find someone locally that'll let me test the card before I pay for it I'll Ebay it for the Ebay guarantee.

Most games you can use a modded version of Nvidia Inspector to import SLI profiles that make SLI work.

But games like Metro Exodus or DirectX 12 games are a problem I think.

I read Nvidia is asking game developers to NOT support SLI so they sell more 2080 Ti's.

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Hi,
Yeah did see micro center has some msi 2080ti sea hawks yes ek water block that is tempting but still 1400.us + tax.. :/

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you only have one 140 on your rad?
They have 3 fans on the front side of the radiator. Most people don't understand you also need 3 on the backside to get proper airflow -THROUGH- the radiator to cool the rest of your system as well.
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