Asus ROG STRIX RTX2080 OC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 8GB PCI-E w/ Dual HDMI, Dual DP, USB-C

MX73486 ROG STRIX RTX2080 OC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 8GB PCI-E w/ Dual HDMI, Dual DP, USB-C
MX73486 ROG STRIX RTX2080 OC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 8GB PCI-E w/ Dual HDMI, Dual DP, USB-C MX73486 ROG STRIX RTX2080 OC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 8GB PCI-E w/ Dual HDMI, Dual DP, USB-C MX73486 ROG STRIX RTX2080 OC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 8GB PCI-E w/ Dual HDMI, Dual DP, USB-C

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Great Performance, Cool and Quiet

Submitted on Wednesday, January 30, 2019
By Ed
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

At stock, cool as a cucumber. Beefy Cooler Boost Clock Overclocking

Weaknesses of the product

Big card Price/Performance

Additional Comments

I went from a 1080ti, to a Vega 64 and finally to this card. I use the CHG70 27" monitor @ 2,560 x 1,440. Freesync/Gsync works with this card, but only the standard engine, not on ultimate (too much flickering). Gaming at stock in BFV was stable, ultra settings, 100~140 fps and 60 degrees. Overclock of +100 on core and +700 on memory, with no change to fan curve (performance setting), temps were around 67 degrees, for an extra 10-20 fps. At it's current price, it's comparable to when the 1080ti's were retailing at, however, performance is around the same. So no real huge generational jump, just addition of the Ray Tracing and Tensor cores. BFV tested at 1440p with ultra ray tracing was about 50 fps, low ray tracing was about 70 fps. Looked gorgeous, when this technology evolves we're in for a treat. Card is big, it's pretty much a triple slot. But the redesigned heat sink works well.

Not on Fire Yet!

Submitted on Friday, December 14, 2018
By Liam
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

- Only used for 2 weeks but hasn't burst into flames or died, so I've got that going for me - Asus software is decent, but not as good as EVGA or MSI IMO - Very cool and quiet, much more so than my EVGA 1080 - Can ramp outer fans separately from middle fan if you're into that - Very bright LEDs - 2x fan headers and RGB header on the card?? That's pretty cool

Weaknesses of the product

- Zero accessories. Literally just the CD and manual in every language you can imagine. - LED software is a little buggy but usable - Fewer outputs than the reference card for some reason - 2.7 slot wide card; this card will cover 3 of your PCIe slots

Additional Comments

Very good, very large card. I don't think it would fit in any small form factor build.
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