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Gigabyte Gaming OC 2080 Ti vs Asus ROG Strix 2080 Ti 011G?

Heya looking to buy either these specific graphic cards


Gigabyte Gaming OC 2080 Ti https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16814932064


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Asus ROG Strix 2080 Ti 011G https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16814126263


Any suggestions as to which one I should pick and why?
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Based on price right now, the Gigabyte is $170 cheaper, ....they all both have warranty in case something takes a crap, lol

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Performance wise, it all comes down to which one clocks higher while being relatively quiet.

I am under the impression that the Asus has the edge on cooling + better PCB (VRMs too). How this translates to performance is another story though and I would not expect any big differences but silicon lottery is at play here as well.

I would also check on the memory brand that each card comes with (i.e. Micron vs Samsung/you want this) given the failure rates early on with Micron memory.

Dig up some owner's threads to see how each card behaves in the real world.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Abaidor View Post
Performance wise, it all comes down to which one clocks higher while being relatively quiet.

I am under the impression that the Asus has the edge on cooling + better PCB (VRMs too). How this translates to performance is another story though and I would not expect any big differences but silicon lottery is at play here as well.

I would also check on the memory brand that each card comes with (i.e. Micron vs Samsung/you want this) given the failure rates early on with Micron memory.

Dig up some owner's threads to see how each card behaves in the real world.



these are all great factors to consider that really lay it out for me!


Thank you so much for your reply.


I have noticed that the asus 2080 ti i am using right now is flickering sometimes especially when alt tabbing between borderless windowed game in overwatch and civ 6 and when im alt tabbing to say google chrome or windows explorer.


I did not notice this on my gigabyte 2080 ti gaming series, is it because the asus has a micron memory?
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Did you also go through the specs of each card on the 2080Ti owners thread? The Asus has the non A GPU with non reference PCB and more mosfets....the Gigabyte has reference PCB with binned A GPU chip.


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Quote: Originally Posted by ezveedub View Post
Did you also go through the specs of each card on the 2080Ti owners thread? The Asus has the non A GPU with non reference PCB and more mosfets....the Gigabyte has reference PCB with binned A GPU chip.


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okay thanks for letting me know.


but does that make the asus better or the gigabyte better because of the A GPU or non A GPU and or more mosfets?
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okay thanks for letting me know.


but does that make the asus better or the gigabyte better because of the A GPU or non A GPU and or more mosfets?
The A GPU chipsets go for more $$ than non A and have overclocked settings higher out of the box mainly. The Gigabyte would be the better buy being binned GPU chipset and less money than the Asus. Having more mosfets won't be of any usefulness if the GPU wont OC well.

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The A GPU chipsets go for more $$ than non A and have overclocked settings higher out of the box mainly. The Gigabyte would be the better buy being binned GPU chipset and less money than the Asus. Having more mosfets won't be of any usefulness if the GPU wont OC well.



does the asus strix oc have A GPU?


That's the one I have
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Quote: Originally Posted by WoKeN View Post
does the asus strix oc have A GPU?





That's the one I have


Based on the data in that thread, yes




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Based on the data in that thread, yes




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heya just wanted to thank you for taking the time to reply with me.


I guess on paper this asus strix rog 2080 ti oc version should be really good, but i get a lot of stuttering around when i alt tab in between games like overwatch and civ 6 (haven't tested other games)


i have no stuttering on the gigabyte card, but it does get a bit hotter than the strix. idk, should i rma the strix?


is it because the asus strix has micron memory?
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