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    Question 2080 (non-ti) ROG Strix OC users,is all ok?

    I'm tempted to buy this model but I see very few references.
    People with this GPU, does everything work as expected?
    Temperatures are good? Are good frequency levels without power limit problems?
    Does the GPU integrate with all Asus software without problems, RGB, fans?
    Thank you so much.

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    2080 launched just over a month ago, 2080Ti and 2070 are even more recent.
    It's still too early to get much feedback, reviews on google and comments on newegg/etc are basically your best sources of info right now.

    New GPU cards always initially have premium prices at launch, they never lower prices until after demand starts to trickle. New GPU cards also tend to be locked strictly within reference spec, Nvidia/AMD don't let the card makers offer faster-than-reference cards until they're done selling their first-wave stock.

    I don't think 2080 is really worth it for most people at this time, 1080Ti offers generally better and faster spec at comparable price. And of course your question demonstrates that there's still uncertainty about compatibility/support/etc. 2080 will be the better buy a few months down the road, after the first variety of factory-overclocked cards start appearing and after updates fix the first inevitable bugs.
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    Everything is as expected except price if that mean to you.


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    I think you are in luck! According to Techpowerup, out of all the RTX2080 cards, strix is the best in terms of temperature and noise.
    https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...dition/37.html

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    There are some users who are complaining about 2080 GPU. They were saying that they faced blue screen of death and High GPU temp. Even though it's a best hardware.
    Anyhow that what i have heard.
    Last edited by Shvachki; 11-05-2018 at 05:52 PM. Reason: spelling mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolguy906 View Post
    I think you are in luck! According to Techpowerup, out of all the RTX2080 cards, strix is the best in terms of temperature and noise.
    https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...dition/37.html

    I see RTX2080 is hot as well, at least on other forums people talk.
    But we can't any more complains on temperature with such monster, real temperature is when you enable fan on 100% and open case panel.
    In every other situation you have negative factors who influence on temperatures and manufacturer didn't plan them during production.
    I still need to test my Poseidon but for now I must say that I'm absolutely amazed with fan noise. I still need to check how they position on noise graph
    because anyway I will use liquid but my window is open I hear noises from streets, and in such condition I could game on 100% fan speed without disturbing.
    With closed window and night 80% without problems.

    Strix you talk about only could be better because it's fins only and ASUS recommend strix for AIR, Poseidon for Liquid.
    Now I expect to ASUS spoil me enjoying with RTX2080Ti Poseidon I never could afford .... Hahahaaaa... At least I hope their design will not be so cool as mine.

    But if they launch some full cover waterblock with just fans installed for testing GPU, model 100% for watercooling than I will cry officialy, in public.
    I joke, I never could cry about something I can't afford. I could be sad but not so much.


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