The RTX 2080 Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by JoonyDoom, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Gripen90

    Gripen90 Master Guru

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    Pretty happy with the Duke. Was a tight fit in the case and had to wiggle it in, but it fits ;) (case officially support max 310mm cards, and the Duke is 314mm).
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  2. d5aqoep

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    Good card or Bad card?

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  3. SerotoNiN

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    That site translates like sh**
    Using the above members graph so we aren't all posting ours. How do we know which card we have?
     
  4. SerotoNiN

    SerotoNiN Ancient Guru

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    IE87 seems legit.
     

  5. JoonyDoom

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    Battlefield V 1440p runs choppy with DX12. RTX ON single player really isn't playable. Multiplayer the 2080 RTX ON just crashes on me. However DX11 on 2080 is most excellent buttery smooth. Throwing the RTX ON switch to the on position was like powering up Frankenstein but he still is not alive.
     
  6. SerotoNiN

    SerotoNiN Ancient Guru

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    Give it 6 months to a year. They'll degrade the quality ...I mean, optimize the hell out of it.
     
  7. mykledw

    mykledw Maha Guru

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    Here is mine [​IMG]

    wondering why mine is somewhat different than SerotoNiN's when it comes to the basics
     
  8. doza

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    i tried BFV with rtx2080 duke and fps drop is there, but i dont see eny reflections, with rtx, with rtx off im back to 90-100fps ultra....
     
  9. pharma

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    Well, there are enough youtube videos out there that show the reflections. Just look at a few and go to the same locations where you see reflections in the videos.
     
  10. doza

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    with rtx on/off there are no reflections, only fps drop
     

  11. fr33k

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    i see reflections with rtx on, you have to be in an area of reflections to actually see them such as the B flag on rotterdam inside the building.
     
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  13. Barry J

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    Friend wants my 1080ti so he can Sli I said buy me a MSI RTX 2080 GAMING X TRIO 8GB and you have a deal almost fell over when he said ok he paid Scan they deliver my new 2080 Friday figure it is about the same just NEW
     
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    Happy New Year!!
     
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  15. Barry J

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    Happy New year I have just read my email conformation a free keyboard

    MSI GeForce RTX 2080 GAMING X TRIO 8GB Graphics Card + MSI VIGOR GK70 RGB LED Mechanical Cherry MX Red Gaming Keyboard £779.99

    And battlefield V

    Think I got an awesome deal for my 1080ti
     
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  16. Barry J

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    Nooooooo Scan delay due to Christmas orders my new free/swap 2080 not arriving today but they have upgraded my delivery to before 10:30 Monday and I have tracking details for DPD
     
  17. Barry J

    Barry J Ancient Guru

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    Installed RTX2080 Gaming X Trio in my Pc what a beast
    I am overclocked to 2085 core 16000 mem max temp after 40mins battlefield V 52c
    I have my fan profile set to 40% @40c and ramp up to 100% @ 90c
    also ran Future mark stress test it passed 99.4% core rock solid at 2085

    Will start comparing it against my old 1080ti
    I lost 300points in time spy bench against 1080ti@ 2060core
     
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  18. bobmitch

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    Try backing down the memory overclock 250 at a time. I have always been able to beat my 1080 TI, but margin went up the less I overclocked my memory. Just a thought
     
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  19. SerotoNiN

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    Sold my 1080 ti for a 2080 RTX. I don't see any changes other than the name of the card glowing out of my case window. Frames are 1-5 fps better or worse. Negligible. Having the RTX option is nice I supposed. Though I found it useless in BFV. As drivers mature (maybe even by now) I figure the 2080 would eventually ever so slightly take the lead from the 1080 ti. But honestly, they're both monsters.
     
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  20. eddward

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    What is your Time Spy score ?
    I have the same card.
    Regarding stable clocks, just give it a time. 2085 was pretty stable for me for several days, I can even pass benchmarks with 2100-2115, but rock solid appears to be 2070 or maybe 2055 to have safe margin...
    Also I do not have good memory. Around 15400 is maximum, and for 24/7 I'm keeping 15200.
    Here is my score - https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/31536695
     

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