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    G20 Upgraded with ASUS RTX 2080 Turbo

    Might be helpful so I share it here. I replaced my GTX 1080ti FE 2-weeks ago with Asus RTX 2080 Turbo, it works perfectly with 180+230w bricks, no jumper switch needed.

    In my country this Asus card is really overpriced, it`s around $1200 USD for ASUS RTX 2080 Turbo and $1700 USD for 2080 Ti Turbo, planned to buy the Ti before but I am not sure RTX 2080 Ti will be 100% stable in my G20ci, so I decided to get the non Ti .
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    Tear it Down to replace the thermal Paste
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    It`s Binned A chip inside, although this turbo is non OC version.
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    Manage to OCed this card manualy(not with oc scanner) +200mhz Core and +1000mhz Mem for benchmark test (but for daily used I only used +200mhz core and +500mhz Mem)
    3Dmark Timespy Extreme Score: (10% higher score than Oced GTX 1080Ti)
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/30311798
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    The Conclusion is, the GPU of ASUS ROG G20(that comes with 2 bricks 180+230w) can be upgrade to RTX 2080, but You need to buy the Blower Cooling version like Asus RTX 2080 Turbo, non blower cooling won`t be able to run well with G20. How about Founder Edition RTX 2080? it won`t work, I mean it can run but your GPU and system surely overheated.
    Last edited by spartan_hoplite; 03-02-2019 at 11:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan_hoplite View Post
    Might be helpful so I share it here. I replaced my GTX 1080ti FE 2-weeks ago with Asus RTX 2080 Turbo, it works perfectly with 180+230w bricks, no jumper switch needed.

    In my country this Asus card is really overpriced, it`s around $1200 USD for ASUS RTX 2080 Turbo and $1700 USD for 2080 Ti Turbo, planned to buy the Ti before but I am not sure RTX 2080 Ti will be 100% stable in my G20ci, so I decided to get the non Ti .
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    Manage to OCed this card manualy(not with oc scanner) +200mhz Core and +1000mhz Mem for benchmark test (but for daily used I only used +200mhz core and +500mhz Mem)
    3Dmark Timespy Extreme Score: (10% higher score than Oced GTX 1080Ti)
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/30311798
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    The Conclusion is, the GPU of ASUS ROG G20(that comes with 2 bricks 180+230w) can be upgrade to RTX 2080, but You need to buy the Blower Cooling version like Asus RTX 2080 Turbo, non blower cooling won`t be able to run well with G20. How about Founder Edition RTX 2080? it won`t work, I mean it can run but your GPU and system surely overheated.
    wow .. i didnt think the 180 + 230 bricks can ran 1080ti and 2080 too .. they need 250w right ?

    i bought evga 1070 ti blower .. 180 w
    https://www.newegg.com/global/sa-en/...-386-_-Product

    my pc Asus G20AJ-US009S

    ram : 8gb

    cpu : i7 4790

    Gpu : gtx 760


    i hope the new 1070ti work fine

    and thanks for all info

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    This is very cool.
    From first moment I liked ASUS RTX2080/Ti Turbo.


    Damn you beat my Graphic score... I will back with watercooling, and 30MHz higher boost.
    GTX1080Ti need 250W, GTX1080 below 200W, arround 180W I think and RTX2080 I'm not sure, something between I believe.
    Is it hot that small power supply brick?

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    I never asked for such things, but some guys who bought previous generation of GPU got few serial numbers for 3DMark Advanced.
    If someone not need serial and don't know what to do maybe want to share with me, I want to legalize my score.
    I could only Basic, Extreme is not valid because no serial.

    Example if someone both 3 graphic cards for 3Way SLI and serial is in every box.
    Last edited by Vlada011; 11-23-2018 at 12:26 PM.


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    Only my main score would be higher, this with CPU clock on default frequency from testing of Poseidon.
    I wanted to test GPU only properly and for that I need default clock of CPU and memory.
    But anyway your GPU Score is 500 points higher.
    No doubt RTX2080 Turbo stronger than GTX1080Ti Poseidon... hmmm. But with +200MHz and +500MHz Memory.
    That explain everything.

    I must be honest... I wish one RTX Turbo.
    But not only because card, I want to open her, install new thermal pads, new paste, install Heatkiller IV block than to check what BIOS Tools offer me. Maybe there is a some option to customers re-design BIOS to work on same way as Founders Edition, higher base and boost clock without OC in software.

    I believe customers will be happy to know A version graphic processor is inside.
    Last edited by Vlada011; 11-23-2018 at 12:36 PM.


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    ROG Enthusiast Array spartan_hoplite PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by megren21 View Post
    wow .. i didnt think the 180 + 230 bricks can ran 1080ti and 2080 too .. they need 250w right ?

    i bought evga 1070 ti blower .. 180 w
    https://www.newegg.com/global/sa-en/...-386-_-Product

    my pc Asus G20AJ-US009S

    ram : 8gb

    cpu : i7 4790

    Gpu : gtx 760


    i hope the new 1070ti work fine

    and thanks for all info
    G20CB and G20Ci can ran GTX 1080 Ti by switching the mobo jumper, G20Aj cannot, but GTX1070ti will work fine for G20Aj.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlada011 View Post
    This is very cool.
    From first moment I liked ASUS RTX2080/Ti Turbo.


    Damn you beat my Graphic score... I will back with watercooling, and 30MHz higher boost.
    GTX1080Ti need 250W, GTX1080 below 200W, arround 180W I think and RTX2080 I'm not sure, something between I believe.
    Is it hot that small power supply brick?

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    RTX2080 is 10% stronger in Time Spy, check your graphic score, not the total score, your total score can par with my system because you have a faster CPU.
    RTX2080 max TDP is 215watt, the bricks(180+230watt) can handle it perfectly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vlada011 View Post
    I never asked for such things, but some guys who bought previous generation of GPU got few serial numbers for 3DMark Advanced.
    If someone not need serial and don't know what to do maybe want to share with me, I want to legalize my score.
    I could only Basic, Extreme is not valid because no serial.

    Example if someone both 3 graphic cards for 3Way SLI and serial is in every box.
    I have extra serials of 3dmarks advance, i can send you by pm.

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    Is the 2080 not a step down from the 1080Ti?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    Is the 2080 not a step down from the 1080Ti?
    nope, RTX 2080 is slightly faster than gtx 1080ti and draw a lower power consumption.

    here one of the review from guru3d:

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    Samples missing on that graph.
    Ive seen it showing the 2080 lagging a bit with about the only advantage being lower power consumption with a good bit of comparisons saying this card is not worth the upgrade unless the need to have the newest card is overwhelming.
    It loses out by a little here
    https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compar...-Ti/4026vs3918

    My scores are lacking a bit. Fresh driver install and no OC

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    Kudos on Jamming that card in your case!! I almost went that route some time ago. Nice small towers.
    Last edited by JustinThyme; 11-25-2018 at 04:12 PM.

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    How much off a difference did changing out the TIM make? Do you have before/after temperatures?

    I'm curious to see what your temps are.

    Currently running a 1080TI, as a new 2080 costs over 2x the cost of a used 1080TI.

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