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Gigabyte Nvidia 11GB RTX 2080 Ti WINDFORCE OC - $1,679 + Shipping @ MSY

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Hey, that's pretty good.

but not as good as the Inno deal from a week or so ago.

(N208TWF3OC-11GC)

Features

Powered by GeForce® RTX 2080 Ti
Integrated with 11GB GDDR6 352-bit memory interface
WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
RGB Fusion – 16.7M customizable color lighting
Metal Back Plate

Core Clock
1635 MHz in OC mode
1620 MHz in Gaming mode
(Reference Card: 1545 MHz)

SPECIFICATION

Graphics Processing
GeForce® RTX 2080 Ti

Core Clock
1635 MHz in OC mode
1620 MHz in Gaming mode
(Reference Card: 1545 MHz)

CUDA® Cores
4352

Memory Clock
14000 MHz

Memory Size
11 GB

Memory Type
GDDR6

Memory Bus
352 bit

Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)
616 GB/s

Card Bus
PCI-E 3.0 x 16

Digital max resolution
7680x4320@60Hz

Multi-view
4

Card size
286.5116.4540.24mm

PCB Form
ATX

DirectX
12

OpenGL
4.5

Recommended PSU
650W ( With Two 8-Pin EXTERNAL POWER CONNECTOR)

I/O
DisplayPort 1.4 x3, HDMI 2.0b x1,
USB Type-C ™ (support VirtualLinkTM) x1
SLI support
2-way NVIDIA NVLINKTM

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    Don’t buy rtx 2080 laptops which cost $4500, buy this and a container, plug into your tb3 and you have rtx 2080 ti! Beats rtx 2080 shitless.

    • +1 vote

      Not quite as far as I understand, when you actually play games versus synthetic 3D benchmarks the bandwidth restriction can actually cause the external 2080Ti to perform worse than an internal 2080 in a laptop. Looping back onto the laptop screen also causes additional input lag too, so you'd want to use an external monitor if you want an edge in multiplayer gaming.

      https://youtu.be/6RDQ0ATv3Dc

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    I’m not associated with msy. It is defaulted. I’d suggest the ozbargain web designer to uncheck it.

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    At this rate I think I can hold off till June maybe even Navi

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      There's always someone waiting for the competition (AMD), let's hope they finally deliver.

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        Yeah haha, I'm not an AMD fan boy more Nvidia if I had to pick. But yeah I'm in no hurry and the few RTX 2080 Ti dropping down in price around 1600 I think I can wait and pray Navi offers some competition, if not hopefully there's just been a continual drop in price on the RTX cards.

        Then again I did choose a Ryzen CPU in my new build (second build ever) so maybe Navi could tempt me.

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      BUt apparently they will only be mid and bottom performance range. The Radeon vii appears to be it, for a while yet.

  • +3 votes

    I played Commander Keen on this video card and finished the game in 23 seconds.

  • +1 vote

    15Mhz extra in OC mode hot damn

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    Damn that's a lot of coin for a card.

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    Meh, not worth buying a gpu considering it'd so expensive!! Seriously who got the coin to buy a gpu at 2 grand at launch? Nvidia just getting greedy and it's showing.

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      Considering the performance and the fact there is no competition the price is really where it should be.