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post #11 of 464 (permalink) Old 12-20-2018, 06:29 AM
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Yes, not that great cooling capacity like custom Ti's but more shiny.
Clocks were quite similar @ BFV though (1890 vs. 1920 MHz) but with a 21 °C delta .

Maybe the maximum PT is also raised a bit, for example to 340W.
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The Nvidia cooler isn't great and J2C comparing to the Asus (better cooling) or chilled water cooled (much better cooling) isn't really apples to apples.
FE to Titan.. hrmm.. maybe. The Nvidia cooler will hold the more cores back. I'm looking forward to water to water.

The Titan RTX has a high power limit (than the normal 2080 ti), but i think most of us with the 2080 TIs already flashed to 280w.

So, what I'd like to see (and will test this weekend) is 2080 ti (280w bios) on water vs titan RTX on water.
Tbf on air vs on water for turing isn't exactly game changing. I never owned the FE model of the 2080ti but I have had every other variant. With the higher temp tolerance before clock drops squeezing out an extra 50mhz isnt going to make much of a difference.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Zurv View Post
The Nvidia cooler isn't great and J2C comparing to the Asus (better cooling) or chilled water cooled (much better cooling) isn't really apples to apples.
FE to Titan.. hrmm.. maybe. The Nvidia cooler will hold the more cores back. I'm looking forward to water to water.

The Titan RTX has a high power limit (than the normal 2080 ti), but i think most of us with the 2080 TIs already flashed to 280w.

So, what I'd like to see (and will test this weekend) is 2080 ti (280w bios) on water vs titan RTX on water.

should rather test 380w bios 2080Ti max OC on water vs max OC titan on water

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should rather test 380w bios 2080Ti max OC on water vs max OC titan on water
oops.. yes.. 380w..
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Checking in. 2 on the FEd ex truck. I might try block on one tonight. I still have my 2 ek vector 2080Ti blocks even tho I said I wouldn’t right away. Lol might not be able to help myself.



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Checking in. 2 on the FEd ex truck. I might try block on one tonight. I still have my 2 ek vector 2080Ti blocks even tho I said I wouldn’t right away. Lol might not be able to help myself.
You can do it!! Hell, take them right out of the box and put the waterblocks on them. testing? feh!
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You can do it!! Hell, take them right out of the box and put the waterblocks on them. testing? feh!
That's what I did with my Titan V's.... out of box -> soldering bench for power mods -> PC bench for water block installation.

This will be much the same

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I tested right now the 2080 ti ftw3 vs my brand new Titan RTX under the same conditions at around 2000 MHz with no vram oc on air in BF5 all maxed out at 4k res. with dx12 and raytracing enabled.
With the newest driver the Titan is around 4 to 8 fps faster than the 2080 ti.
So the strange result of jay's youtube test where the 280 ti was faster was indeed a driver issue. The Titan is def. faster. In BF5 at 4k maxed out scenes in the single player with a lot of reflections fps go down to 40.
Btw my Titan RTX utilizes Samsung vram.
Power limit can be raised in AB up to 114% only
Max power draw was around 320 watt.
This card needs a powermod and has to get watercooled.
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