Looks like best buy has pricing up for ROG Strix 3090. No idea if the pricing is final but it looks to be. ROG Strix is $1799 Yikes... No idea if its the OC version
I am not buying an FE its either Strix, Trio, or FTW3 for me. I do not want to spend $1800 on a card. Anyone here have/had a 2080 TI Strix ? I know they were one the most expensive cards is the extra cost justified ?I have a feeling that one will need a bit of luck to score a 3090 FE at launch. Most people will probably end up having to buy the $1600+ AIB variants.
I was thinking the opposite, you would think NVIDIA themselves would have a "decent" amount of stock, but who knows.I have a feeling that one will need a bit of luck to score a 3090 FE at launch. Most people will probably end up having to buy the $1600+ AIB variants.
MSI Gaming X Trio listed at $1901 on BH Photo Video. I'll take that ROG Strix at $1799 plz.Looks like best buy has pricing up for ROG Strix 3090. No idea if the pricing is final but it looks to be. ROG Strix is $1799 Yikes... No idea if its the OC version
Do we have official pricing for both? The 2080 Ti STRIX was cheaper than the 2080 Ti FTW3...This is insane, what features does the Strix have that set it up and above the other AIB's other than a pretty and effective cooler and bios switch?
FTW3 has thermistors on the PCB (iCX3 sensors), dual bios, a similar heat-sink, similar build quality but will likely be priced at nor more than $1700 which works out to around 1600 after the 5% associate code discount.
Genuinely curious as to why Strix is so expensive and sought after compared to FTW3.
I'm putting my 3090 under a full water block, the question is, who will have a block out first, Strix or FTW3?Do we have official pricing for both? The 2080 Ti STRIX was cheaper than the 2080 Ti FTW3...
Asus also seems to have consistently had the best coolers as well. Personally, I think water cooling is absolutely mandatory for high end GPUs. But if you're going to use the stock air cooler, the STRIX is a no-brainer. Just look at how ridiculously loud the 2080 Ti FTW3 was compared to the STRIX:
The RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra is EVGA's flagship RTX 2080 Ti. It comes with a large triple-slot triple-fan cooler that delivers amazing temperatures. Power limits have also been increased, and the VRM is stronger than ever with 16-phases for the GPU and three phases for the GDDR6 memory.www.techpowerup.com
If I "had" to use the stock air cooler, I'd pay an extra $100+ for the STRIX just based on noise.
Yea there were some massive overbuilt 3x8pin 2080 Ti models that had only 330W power limit, whopping 10W more than FEWe don't have any info on this yet, and there's no correlation between number of power phases and bios power limit restrictions. All these cards have overbuilt power delivery for air or water.
If I had to bet, you'll need to do a custom xoc bios flash onto a card like the kingpin for absolute maximum power headroom. I am guessing that all the cards by default will be pretty close together.
Thats nuts if that is the final price of the trio. I think B&H have that price as a place holder. I had a 2080 ti trio last gen and it had the lowest price between the strix and FTW. I preordered the 2080 ti trio and got it on day one for 1249.99.I just can’t believe msi would price it that high.MSI Gaming X Trio listed at $1901 on BH Photo Video. I'll take that ROG Strix at $1799 plz.
Yes if Strix is really going to be $1800 FTW3 will be around $1600 after the 5% associate code is applied at checkout.STRIX, but I heard it's overpriced, so I would suggest waiting for the FTW3.