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    2080 Ti Strix OC problems.

    I've was recently switching cases and noticed that both of my strix cards are weeping oil. On both cards there's oil residue around the fans on shroud of the card. Has anyone noticed anything like that on their cards?

    Also, it seems like one of the fans started failing and started vibrating more than the others. Dealing with support is going to be so much fun.

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    That's the lubricating fluid. Those fans are done. RMA.
    I'd like to deploy my troops in her country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panzlock View Post
    That's the lubricating fluid. Those fans are done. RMA.
    Damn, that sucks to hear. Especially after such a short period of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axiumone View Post
    I've was recently switching cases and noticed that both of my strix cards are weeping oil. On both cards there's oil residue around the fans on shroud of the card. Has anyone noticed anything like that on their cards?

    Also, it seems like one of the fans started failing and started vibrating more than the others. Dealing with support is going to be so much fun.

    We’re sorry to hear your cards are leaking oil. Have you already initiated a RMA with support? Send me a PM or email at cl-justin@asus.com with your contact info and serial number so we can expedite the RMA process. We’d like to further analyze your units to avoid these types of issues in the future.
    Last edited by cljustin; 03-29-2019 at 04:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axiumone View Post
    I've was recently switching cases and noticed that both of my strix cards are weeping oil. On both cards there's oil residue around the fans on shroud of the card. Has anyone noticed anything like that on their cards?

    Also, it seems like one of the fans started failing and started vibrating more than the others. Dealing with support is going to be so much fun.
    I recently faced the same problem with my new 2080 Ti strix oc which I got from an RMA. It started squirting oil everywhere in my case and I noticed it on the side TG panel first. Sent it in for another RMA. The oil seems to be coming from the fan bearing.

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