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Gigabyte Launches its GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Aorus WaterForce Xtreme AIO

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Nov 27, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    rl66 Ancient Guru

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    "WaterForce" sound like a product for clogged toilets :D

    Exept that it look nice even if there is too much RVB for me.
     
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  3. Laci

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    The retail price is 1499€ in Germany :)
     
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    asturur Master Guru

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    If those suggested retail prices do not go back to 699 ranges gamers are stuck with mid range hardware frkm now on
     

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    Let's hope, they fixed the noisy pump... my 1080ti WF Extreme sounds like a fishtank (which seems to be a quite common issue) - but the performance is really nice (2GHz Boost @66°C with CPU-exhaust-air)
     
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    So it's called WaterForce or Waterorce? Title has Force, but article has orce written twice.
     
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    My next card. Should I stack 2 radiator together with 4 fans total? Another asetek cools the cpu already.
     
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    I owned a Waterforce 980 ti. Awesome card, but it retailed for what $700, 1080ti Waterforce was $850 and I thought that was absurb. Now a 2080ti WF is $1500. Anyone that defends this trash needs to have their PC spontaneously ignite into a fireball.
     
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    Agreed, these prices are getting to high for a normal consumer/gamer. I won't even consider buying a 1000+ EUR card, a few years ago you could get a high end gaming PC for that money.
     
  10. tunejunky

    tunejunky Master Guru

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    never mind the price, this is the best looking card gigabyte has put out.
     

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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Too expensive, you pay for AIO although a normal waterblock can get you down to single slot designs with a real custom loop, and you pay for a huge heavy card who's main RGB gimmick (shown on first and second image) that most users will never actually see inside their PC (because it's looking down). I don't get those RGB waterblocks...

    I know they need the height for the pump, but honestly, it could be more sexy for the price of a month's wage in many cases ;)
     
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    No what I was expecting as far as the aesthetics are concerned.

    I would have preferred a more mechanical look.
     
  13. LesserHellspawn

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    I like that thing. But to have two I'd have to find me a new case that can have two 240mm and one 280mm radiatior. My current case could do two 280mm, one 140mm and one 120mm.
     
  14. samhain1969

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    Second that! The cooling solution should also work well... That price though!
     
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