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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-27-2019, 05:53 PM - Thread Starter
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Forgot to mention that I think the link you provided was for the base, non 'A' chip Strix. It's why I linked both Bios's above. Look for the O in the sku's

Base version Strix is:ROG-STRIX-RTX2080-8G-GAMING (non A) $1379
Strix Gaming OC is: ROG-STRIX RTX2080-O8G-GAMING (A) $1449
Advanced is: ROG-STRIX RTX2080-A8G-GAMING
So if it’s 300w it’s a A chip?








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Or do they have to have 2 8pin powers?
Is there a list of A chip 2080 cards ?








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There's not a great deal to go on except that lesser quality chips are not allowed to be factory overclocked according to many reports. 'A' chips are generally 10-15% more expensive. Pins and power limits are good indications only. The Specs table in this threads original post is a good guide. Techpowerup keeps a fairly decent repository of GPU specs and of course there's always Google.
It's a bit of a minefield to be frank. To add to the confusion I've read from reliable sources that NVidia is offering three performance brackets to their partners. Standard chips, which can barely be OCed at all, some with medium potential and some that are especially great for OCing.
It ultimately comes down to research and doing what youv'e done. ie. asking the community.
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There's not a great deal to go on except that lesser quality chips are not allowed to be factory overclocked according to many reports. 'A' chips are generally 10-15% more expensive. Pins and power limits are good indications only. The Specs table in this threads original post is a good guide. Techpowerup keeps a fairly decent repository of GPU specs and of course there's always Google.
It's a bit of a minefield to be frank. To add to the confusion I've read from reliable sources that NVidia is offering three performance brackets to their partners. Standard chips, which can barely be OCed at all, some with medium potential and some that are especially great for OCing.
It ultimately comes down to research and doing what youv'e done. ie. asking the community.
No worries I’ll keep looking, I have another day to decide, might go the dual oc if I can’t find any more info








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So from what I can find the dual oc is a A chip and the base strix is not . The strix adv and Oc are A chips
https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page..._review,5.html
I have found this card which says it’s the strix OC going to confirm tomorrow as the code doesn’t look right
https://www.msy.com.au/viconline/nvi...-vga-card.html








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