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    2080 ti

    So... anyone felt the uncontrollable urge to buy one?

    (not me as i have a slight classic car obsessiona nd need new motorbike kit etc.... )

    I'm curious though to hear what it can do. Presumably a worth upgrade if yu have twin 4k VR or some such magical wonder !


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    Re: 2080 ti

    I don't have it, but having looked into my chosen
    and serious benchmarks and tech channels, it got besides no working RTX in games yet good value.
    Performance gain of the FE edition against the 1080 ti ~25%. Good overclocking when cooled good or with a good cooler on it. Is it worth a 70% higher price tag? Well you decide...

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    Re: 2080 ti

    Quote Originally Posted by Tibsun View Post
    Is it worth a 70% higher price tag? Well you decide...
    Me ?! "Decide"?

    I can't possbily decide!

    Im not in the market right now either.

    Just curious on whoever goes for it......


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    Re: 2080 ti

    Doesn't seem to be worth it just yet. Unless you seriously have a desire to play a game with RTX (and that's pretty much just the new Battlefield at this point) there isn't really a point.

    Later on once the price drops a bit and maybe more games start using RTX I'm sure lots of people will get this card. But it's just coming out, no need to go for one right away when the 1080 still does the job for a high-end card.

    Not that it matter for me, I can't afford any of those and currently don't even have a flight sim setup where I'm at!

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    Re: 2080 ti

    I bought a new Rig some month ago , with a 1080TI , I aimed for next generation VR. And it seems like this one is the right one for it. But what if it isn't ?
    I learned the expensive way that it is no point equipping your rig for next generation anything, it will probably not be enough.
    So if I bought a new GPU , I wait for the reason to buy it, and then see if there is a 3080TI coming at the same time. If you not going VR a 2010 is a utter waste of money, if you aim for next gen VR
    2080ti might be a utter waste of money

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    Re: 2080 ti

    Very true...

    Also only worth doing if the rest of your rig is top end too.

    No point putting a turbo charger on a peddle car.


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    Re: 2080 ti

    "No point putting a turbo charger on a peddle car. "

    Now you destroyed a dream ...

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    Re: 2080 ti

    I normally grab the TI's when they are released but not this one, at least for a while. Also my 1080ti is hardly ever creaking at the seams, we need big moves forward in cpu's.

    The reviews are not very complimentary on the performance increase and it is arguably the worst bang for buck ever with a new architecture release. Ray tracing isn't even a thing right now, but expect that's where the cards will shine.



    Also super expensive over here. The online shops here have them at almost a 50% premium to what my 1080ti cost. My 1080ti and 980ti it was like maybe 10-15% premium if I remember correctly.

    Would love one, but think I will hang on till next year.
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    Re: 2080 ti

    That's pretty much where I'm at with it too.

    Normally the next ti..... yep.... save up and get one...

    But......

    The 1080ti isn't struggling. At all.

    And im not running dual 4k... so....

    Maybe when the next gen VR headsets come along.

    Right now im sitting tight.


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    Re: 2080 ti

    I don't get the criticism on the price, every new Nvidia release starts around the $1000 mark, what I am afraid of is that due to the mining craze, retailers will think they can keep prices artificially high
    (Current cards STILL aren't dropping in value)
    I've been eyeing developments so I can replace my 970 for the next logical evolution (1070/1070TI) of that card, but I'm not paying twice the price of that, nor will I do so for the next logical evolution after that
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    Re: 2080 ti

    Although the 2080 ti is for sure a good video card for the moment I will stick with my 1080ti...
    Frau Mölders said ( or better said she ordered ) that it's " not yet " the right time for another 1000+ euros investment on a new NVidia video card...
    ... except in case that I do want to move immediately to play my flight sims on the house's landing...
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    Re: 2080 ti

    does anyone know if there are there new nvidia drivers released and do they work with older cards , I have a 1060

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    Re: 2080 ti

    Quote Originally Posted by JackMaXX View Post
    does anyone know if there are there new nvidia drivers released and do they work with older cards , I have a 1060
    only just seen this post

    Id suggest you install geforce experience. And let it get your drivers automatically



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    Re: 2080 ti

    If you owned a GTX1000 series. A Free-Sync monitor would be the next logical hardware upgrade. I can't afford another Nvidia (G-Sync monitor) product, for now.


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    Re: 2080 ti

    Quote Originally Posted by Kwings714 View Post
    If you owned a GTX1000 series. A Free-Sync monitor would be the next logical hardware upgrade. I can't afford another Nvidia (G-Sync monitor) product, for now.


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    Gsync is really good. As long as you enable fast sync in the nvidia control panel.

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    Re: 2080 ti

    Ordered....

    Purely as a prequel for a VR headset update some time in August... still undecided about the HP Reverb (big resolution at 90hz) and the Valve index (less resolution at 120-144hz)

    and then no doubt the whole cycle will continue to roll on... new chip./.. new mother board and chip

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    new cybornetic implant for imortality

    DAMN!...

    Stupid thing is broken.







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    Re: 2080 ti

    Succumbed to temptation hehe

    Enjoy and let us know your thoughts.
    For VR or 4K I think the performance difference will be notable.

    I'm running 1440p so still good this side and also still on the fence with VR, Probably due to my location as it just costs so much to get it here.

    The temptation grows though and the biggest hurdle for me is deciding on which one I would want to buy.
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    Re: 2080 ti

    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_Highseas View Post
    Me ?! "Decide"?

    I can't possbily decide!

    Im not in the market right now either.

    Just curious on whoever goes for it......
    heehehe!


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    Re: 2080 ti

    Hi all,

    For those of you looking at something way cheaper, I've been really happy with my GTX 1660 (finally installed it last night). Finally have a computer that's not running everything on medium-low.

    I've heard it does pretty decent with VR, but that's a big expense for another time. It did require a new PSU though with the new PCIE+ connector.

    -Z

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    Re: 2080 ti

    Well, price is still too hot for my taste/wallet
    €479 for the cheapest 2070, that's still €100 more than I paid for my 970, and I bought that one on release
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    Re: 2080 ti

    Quote Originally Posted by 69th_Zeb View Post
    Hi all,

    For those of you looking at something way cheaper, I've been really happy with my GTX 1660 (finally installed it last night). Finally have a computer that's not running everything on medium-low.

    I've heard it does pretty decent with VR, but that's a big expense for another time. It did require a new PSU though with the new PCIE+ connector.

    -Z

    *edit: I managed BOS and Cliffs maxed out on 1080p just fine. And it runs the new Substance Painter! yepee.
    Splurged for a new GPU last friday, got myself a 1660 super, prices for the RTX cards are still unacceptable

    Pushing it through its paces with MSI Afterburner, seems to hold rather steady at 2070mhz on the core and 7900mhz on the memory on CloD (all settings on High)
    but stressing it on Kombustor it resets the GPU on those settings, so I'm gonna need to throttle back a bit

    As for VR (which is the reason for the upgrade) I'm noticing an improvement in the imagequality, hoping I can push some more fps out as well
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