3080 Ti Owner's thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Witcher29, Jun 2, 2021.

  1. IceVip

    IceVip Master Guru

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    Thanks, I've a 3080 and a 3080 Ti now. Kinda regret buying the 3080 Ti because of the heat output. 3080 Eagle OC was doing around 68-70c. This one is 82-83c. And louder on top of everything.. Its kinda funny because
    I got the 3080 in december, brand new for 800 euro. And this one a week ago for 1770 euro. If yall got a moneytree in the backyard, i recommend the buy. Totally worth it obviously.
     
  2. Mda400

    Mda400 Master Guru

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    The cooler on the 3080 TI FE is the same as the 3080 FE, yet the power draw is similar to the 3090 FE.

    Nvidia probably got the card to be produced a bit cheaper by not providing the bigger cooler found on the 3090 FE. The 3090's larger cooler was also due to having gddr6x on the back of the PCB that needed to be cooled as well, which the 3080 Ti does not have.

    But ultimately as others have been saying it was up to you as a consumer to know this.
     
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  3. bobnewels

    bobnewels Master Guru

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  4. chungdy51

    chungdy51 New Member

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    Mine ran well with 69c-70c avg temp (Room temp 29c) under 4 hours of Cyberpunk (Ultra + 1440p)

    Be sure to replace your stock casing fans to aftermarket as they produce more power (Stock-1200rpm vs AM-2500rpm)
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  5. Witcher29

    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    People say there 3080 or 3080 ti runs @ between 68 and 70c temp are either using a custom fan profile or they have a tornedo of airflow in there case, wich makes allot of noise.
     
  6. southamptonfc

    southamptonfc Ancient Guru

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    I just got the Gigabyte Vision OC. It's a decent card, manages to keep temperatures under control at a reasonable noise level.

    I've been tweaking. Undervolting appears to be the way to go. I've achieved slightly better FPS this way vs. a standard overclock.

    Unless you have a 3x8pin card, the only thing you can really do is optimise the power use of the card for lower TDP and maybe a couple of extra FPS.

    My card runs between 1905 and 1950mhz @ 900mv using ~350W
     
  7. DannyD

    DannyD Ancient Guru

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    350w and this is with an undervolt?
    I saved almost 100w on my undervolt.
     
  8. southamptonfc

    southamptonfc Ancient Guru

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    Well, I also wanted max. performance. Turns out that I can't have both. I got a crash in RDR2 after an hour. I've now put back a basic +120 core overclock and things are OK. I still get between 1905 and 1950mhz but it uses a bit more power.
     
  9. southamptonfc

    southamptonfc Ancient Guru

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    Man, that's poor from MSI. I'm sorry to hear that, I thought they produced good designs. I assumed you must have a bad card but I saw a review of their top model, Suprim that also saw temps of 82C.

    My Gigabyte Vision sits at about 70C (31C ambient). It's not silent by any means but not overly loud.
     
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  10. IceVip

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    Before buying it I kind of knew. I tried to find youtube videos with RTSS on screen while playing to see what clocks/temps people get with the gaming x trio.

    Stumbled upon some russian who was running his card at 83-84c. It wasn't even overclocked. I thought something may be off and said to my self it probably wont be that bad, so I went ahead and got it.

    Little did i know.. turned out to run exactly the same. Can't really blame it on anything else either. I'm with a Phantom Evolv X, 3x140mm intake, 1x140mm exhaust, a 360mm radiator on top which acts as exhaust.

    The airflow is a damn beast if anything, So I'd really suggest people stray away from this particular model.
     

  11. southamptonfc

    southamptonfc Ancient Guru

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    Does anybody know how the voltage slider in Afterburner affects the 3080ti?

    It seems to have given me some more stability and allowed me to clock a bit higher. It has allowed me to go from +110 to +135 clocks. Have played several hours and so far so good. The card sits between 1920 and 1960 playing RDR2.
     

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