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tinytomlogan 22-08-19 12:56 PM

Palit RTX 2080 Super Game Rock Review
 
https://overclock3d.net/gfx/articles...120759726l.JPG

The Palit Game Rock series has quietly been impressing for many generations. Let us find out of the new RTX 2080 Super GPU continues this trend.


Palit RTX 2080 Super Game Rock Review

Dicehunter 22-08-19 02:15 PM

That is 1 phat card with a capital PH ^_^

g0ggles1994 22-08-19 04:58 PM

T h i c c

NeverBackDown 22-08-19 05:04 PM

To skinny needs an extra 2 slots tbh

demonking 23-08-19 12:48 PM

Nice review. Silicon lottery aside, the only reason I could justify a more expensive card would be looks. And at nearly 20% cheaper than the strix super OC I think I could either live with that logo or cover it up.

Nothing wrong with Palit, had a few over the years and tbh Nvidia are so strict on their production criteria and QA that you'd be hard to find a badly made Nvidia card these days.

Tolemac 23-08-19 08:35 PM

If I was on the lookout for a new card I would just buy the Jetstream version and flash the bios as I did with my 1080

p1987 24-08-19 01:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by demonking (Post 1010130)
Nice review. Silicon lottery aside, the only reason I could justify a more expensive card would be looks. And at nearly 20% cheaper than the strix super OC I think I could either live with that logo or cover it up.

Nothing wrong with Palit, had a few over the years and tbh Nvidia are so strict on their production criteria and QA that you'd be hard to find a badly made Nvidia card these days.

I agree with the Nvidia restrictions. I believe the cheapness comes down to the quality of the manufacturing process. Plait may have less manufacturing restrictions that say Asus for example. There is a higher possibility that Plait cards would have 'defects' so to say, than Asus :).

Only what I believe though :)

Dawelio 25-08-19 11:46 AM

Once again, what is up with these names? Now ”Game Rock”? Sounds like a rip off to ”Guitar Hero”, which the top text on the actual card actually looks like a rip off on the font used as well. Makes it look very childish and like a kids toy.

Avet 25-08-19 12:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dawelio (Post 1010176)
Once again, what is up with these names? Now ”Game Rock”? Sounds like a rip off to ”Guitar Hero”, which the top text on the actual card actually looks like a rip off on the font used as well. Makes it look very childish and like a kids toy.

Gainward is more oriented to the Chinese market. Things function in a different way there.

tolagarf 26-08-19 08:32 AM

Is this a custom PCB being used?


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