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  • GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GAMING Z TRIO (11GB)
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  • GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GAMING Z TRIO (11GB)
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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GAMING Z TRIO (11GB)

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User Dimi L

Well obviously no one should buy these 2080Ti now that the new 3080 offers >40% more power at the 799.- price point.
These 2080Ti are bound to fall in the 500.- price range while the rest of the 2000 line up will follow the trend until they're exhausted from shelves.
I would even wait a bit before getting a 3080 to see what the answer of AMD will be (launches in October).

21.09.2020
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User Darkskyfire

Exactly, and since there have been many reports of all the RTX 3080 crashing worldwide I would also wait and see what AMD will launch and what nVidia's response is going to be to all this.

28.09.2020
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User strajk-

Wrong, not all RTX 3080 are crashing, only the ones that cheaped out on the capacitors responsible for filtering out the voltage, meaning they used only SP-Caps instead of MLCC.
Nvidia send out a wrong specification sheet to their partners saying they could use whatever for those, and everyone in exception for ASUS and EVGA cheaped out on those components, using 6 SP-Caps, and this is causing the crashing.
The Founders Edition cards also do not crash since those use 4x SP-Caps + 2x MLCC, ASUS uses 6x MLCC, EVGA fixed it at the very last minute before shipping and have 5x SP-Caps + 1x MLCC.

In the end both nvidia (frong specs) and scum partners are at fault (for wanting to cheap out on a premium product to increase margins).

So please don't make misinformed suggestions by slandering a whole product line, do your research next time before doing so, although I do agree that waiting for AMD is a wise move since the whole product lineup will update their prices again to match the competition.

Here is a video explaining the capacitor debacle:
youtube.com/watch?v=7YQ7rNg...

And here an article if you don't feel like watching a video:
igorslab.de/was-wirklich-hi...

28.09.2020
User Darkskyfire

Thanks for the correction, I'll do better research next time. Ouch the downvote, but understandable.

29.09.2020
User Anonymous

Actually the cards are already pushed to the limit and the overclocking headroom is very small, paired with the aggressive boosting clocks the cards had powerspikes over 550W ofc this could not go well.

Buying any card above the FE MSRP is a rip off.

07.10.2020
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