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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 04-28-2019, 03:51 PM
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This has been proven to be untrue. Check the 2080ti thread for more details.
I'm going by that huge thread over at nVidia forums, multiple threads I should say. My first 2080 arrived DOA too and it had Micron memory. Green crap all over the screen plus it wouldn't switch to higher power state. Micron either overclock better than Samsung, way worse or dies. Their QC always sucked ass.
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I'm going by that huge thread over at nVidia forums, multiple threads I should say. My first 2080 arrived DOA too and it had Micron memory. Green crap all over the screen plus it wouldn't switch to higher power state. Micron either overclock better than Samsung, way worse or dies. Their QC always sucked ass.
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I've personally seen 4 dead rtx cards since launch. 2 2080s and 2 2080tis. With that said I've had about 15 2080s and 35-40 2080tis.
What did you do with all those cards?

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What did you do with all those cards?
Sold most of them. I still have 5 atm. Looking to get rid 2.
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I am on my 3rd 2080 Ti XC Ultra. Bought first one like Oct 30th and it lasted a few months before artifacting. EVGA sent a new card, it was nearly DOA. As soon as a 3D load was rendered it would artifact and cause system crash. Not sure how that one got past QA.....

3rd one is good so far. First two OC scanner was in the +40's and the 3rd one +86. Nvidia must have sent them some **** tier GPU's at first.

Its been solid so far. All 3 have been Micron.
holy crap that's bad luck, I wonder about rtx 2070 failure rates, what % of people have 2070 vs 2080? Can't say there's any reporting on 2070 failures.

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Well, I’ve been running a EVGA RTX2080 XC Ultra Gaming on air for testing on some benchmarks and some games...ran it overclocked to 2100 on benchmarks...not too sure on memory clock...but it’s been fine...can get it to artifact when ran higher, but that goes away under lesser OC or stock settings and runs fine so far. It does have Micron memory chips.


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