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Old 29-09-18, 11:50 AM
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One of the biggest retailers here in the Netherlands doesn't even have the strix on pre order but the dual is 1400 euro's.





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Old 29-09-18, 01:39 PM
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Asus definitely !!!

NVidia no, they are undercutting the Strix by £400 with the FE cards lol.

It is not often you can recommend buying direct from NVidia and get value for money, if £1099 can be considered value.

They're both just testing the waters to see who is stupid enough to be ok with a 60% price increase with a 27% gen on gen performance increase which in itself is pretty average
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Old 30-09-18, 06:07 AM
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£1500 ? Hahahahahahahaha, Asus and Nvidia have finally done it, They've lost their marbles.
Being the voice of reason , which is going to get me shot . Just watched Buildzoids board overview of the strix 2080ti and you can see where some of that cost comes from.
the power stages are completely overkill and using higher end components .
still doesn't justifies the price IMHO but there are costs with doing this
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Old 30-09-18, 12:15 PM
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Being the voice of reason , which is going to get me shot . Just watched Buildzoids board overview of the strix 2080ti and you can see where some of that cost comes from.
the power stages are completely overkill and using higher end components .
still doesn't justifies the price IMHO but there are costs with doing this
Yet it is still voltage locked to the cahoonies. It's kinda like putting a Ferrari engine in a mini, then restricting it to 70 mph.
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Old 30-09-18, 12:53 PM
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Yet it is still voltage locked to the cahoonies. It's kinda like putting a Ferrari engine in a mini, then restricting it to 70 mph.
Never seen an engine wearing a skirt.
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Old 30-09-18, 01:47 PM
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Then you've clearly not looked hard enough

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Old 31-10-18, 02:46 PM
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save some monies

He agrees GO MSI save some monies "GPU PCB Breakdown: ASUS RTX 2080 Strix"
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