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Old 16-09-20, 01:00 PM
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Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders Edition Review

The new Nvidia Ampere architecture is here, and we begin with the RTX 3080, promising better performance than the RTX 2080 Ti, for a significantly lower price.



Read our Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders Edition Review

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Old 16-09-20, 01:18 PM
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A question.

What sort of overclock does the 2080Ti you are using have?

Edit. Sorry I see it's not overclocked.
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Old 16-09-20, 01:48 PM
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A question.

What sort of overclock does the 2080Ti you are using have?
I would think its stock. Would expect it to be labelled OC if anything. Those are some impressive numbers. Lets hope I maintain my good deal 3090 now
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Old 16-09-20, 01:49 PM
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Shadow of tomb raider benchmark 4k

In shadow of tomb raider 4k max ray tracing no dlss, why does 3080 oc have double the framerate of 3080 non oc? Typo?
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It's about what I expected, Not very impressive to be honest considering the 2 year gap since the last big Nvidia launch.
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It's about what I expected, Not very impressive to be honest considering the 2 year gap since the last big Nvidia launch.
20-30 percent, exactly as predicted.

Noticed last night that 2080Ti prices on Ebay have shot up by £150 or more.

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I would think its stock. Would expect it to be labelled OC if anything. Those are some impressive numbers. Lets hope I maintain my good deal 3090 now
I will have to wait and do some guessing then with regards to how much it beats my card/s by. I don't know what the Aorus can do yet but I know my KP is fast.

https://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=93280

If I look at that for example.



And then I compare it to what I get? well I get a min of about 130 FPS. And I mean, a total min, with it usually around 150 or higher, and as high as 180 in parts.

I am beginning to wonder if these "2080Ti at 320w" calculations are quite accurate tbh.

Put it this way, I'm glad I panic bought that 2080Ti for £490 with a block on. I sold my old block for £45 (well, new one that didn't fit) so theoretically it owes me £450 with a Barrow block on.

Checked Ebay last night. Decent air 2080Ti are now £700 and above. Then you go to Nvidia....

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Thing is though, people are not impressed and they are entitled to that. But I always like to compare apples to apples so the 3080 over the 2080, the numbers look good.

now if the 3090 was only 30% more than the 2080ti then yeah I would be very dissapointed. But I honestly think the numbers we see hear right now, for the price point of under £700 (going by my 8000kr price) is actually not bad at all.

And we often see drivers mature allowing improvements. AMD need to get their cards out asap before buyers continue onwards with Nvidia. The time is ticking now
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As per normal ttl is the first review I watch, tbh there is very little to say other than that adaptor still stinks as ttl said add some lenght and it'd be fine.

I think if the £649 holds on the 3080 it's a decent deal, but will you be able to get one tomoz that i have doubts over they are going to sell so fast and tbh and i don't blame people.

I will wait for AMD but i don't expect a better deal than Nvidia's tbh so if you got the cash sure buy one no real reason not too either of the teams cards are going to be decent but Nvidia are here now and little timmy will scream if he don't get one
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