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post #6401 of 7653 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 11:48 AM
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Even though the time for exchange went out a long time ago, my dealer offered me an exchange to a Inno3D black with AIO which i believe is a "A" chip. Hexus gave it a splendid review. Man, Gigabyte have really messed up their 2080 lineup this time. The fan issue is on all cards and new bios doesn't seem to help. They are also extremely conservative with their windforce bios, at least on the Ti. Their support on the issue is non-existent as well.

I do not recommend Gigabyte this generation.

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Quote: Originally Posted by toncij View Post
Is there a confirmed card with Samsung memory aside from the MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z?
Both of my Founders Edition 2080 Ti cards (2x) have Samsung memory. Originally I had cards with Micron memory but had to RMA both cards and the replacements arrived with Samsung chips.
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Aorus cards also have Samsung VRAM but their overall cooling solution is poor.

Any news on a higher PL BIOS for the Lightning Z? MSI seems to hide their heads in sand.

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You can always try the old metro profiles with AFR. Rocking the logitech G502, no regrets.
(...cut...).

Thanks Coldmud - I shall visit the 'gamer isle' for a change and get me some nice mice / meow The 'Orca with Rucksack' build is getting close to completion, and as posted before, it's not a dedicated gamer but has to do some productivity work, well, at work also. It is also going to be located in an area (eventually wall mounted) where there are biz visitors, so I still have to do some work re. RGB and other fine-tuning of the final 'look', but I like the theme, and it is locked in now.

I spent A LOT of time on the 2950X CPU...it's a good one, running 16c/32t at 1.32v all day long, never seeing 60 C or higher. Also spent EVEN MORE time of the 32GB quad channel DDR4 setup...running very tight timings on this Samsung B-Die kit at 3400MHz (nominal of the kit is 3866)...might even go to 3466 but only if I can keep the tight timings and pass extended memtests.

Per your earlier post, I ran some TimeSpy/Ex for basic setup (now up to 2130 for both cards)...getting up to 99% GPU utilization w/NVLink/SLI..still have a few MHz to go but I am running into the PL now - still on stock Bios which is decent enough (other than that RGB )
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Just paid for my new PC build

9900k / 32 GB 3200 MHZ / Z390 Aorus Master / Palit 2080 TI GamingPro OC
I'm moving from a GT73 VR GTX 1080 Laptop with a 6820HK to this as I am currently living in a residence for a while instead of traveling alot like before

Was it wise to move to PC atm
I am reading people cry alot about RTX and how **** DLSS/Ray Tracing is and how it's really inefficient to buy any atm
Should I have waited ?

Like I know people are crying about the 1200$ price tags on the 2080 ti but this is not an nvidia thing
This is a TECH thing like even ******* mobile phones are 1500$+ now (iPhone XS MAX & S10+)
and I dont think this is an RTX thing as well , I think even next years cards are gonna cost as much as well as AMD cards
Who would have thought AMD would release a 600$ card that competes with nvidia mid-high end card 1 year ago ?

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Nvidia is so ridiculous.


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Quote: Originally Posted by skingun View Post
Both of my Founders Edition 2080 Ti cards (2x) have Samsung memory. Originally I had cards with Micron memory but had to RMA both cards and the replacements arrived with Samsung chips.
Same here.
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How do you tell which manufacturer you have for your VRAM?

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How do you tell which manufacturer you have for your VRAM?
Gpuz, under memory type.
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