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ASUS ROG Strix Gaming RTX 2080 is very good card?

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If someone asks if a strix card is good, the answer is usually yes


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Performance, yes. Light sync, maybe if you want the Aura platform. Do I like the price tag? Not the one it has atm. Will I buy one if I am buying a 2080 (or constructing a part list)? No, unless RGB is important (I treat it as gimmick I'd get rid off).


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If I could find it for the same price as a similar performing model from another brand then I would perhaps get it but usually the strix is much more expensive. That being said the 2080ti strix is actually really well priced at a store near me and I would definitely buy one if I was in the market for a 2080ti. That being said I already have a 2080ti so not going to buy another one. 

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Personally I'm avoiding anything with "ROG" on it... ASUS took a sad path of overpricing stuff for the brand... I'd still go EVGA because of better warranty and so on.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

 ROG Strix Gaming RTX 2080    is not  very good in  these  things?

  • Excellent dual-BIOS functionality.
  • Quiet BIOS
  • Overclocked 
  • Extras features including fan headers, RGB header and RGB power switch.?
  • Very low GPU temperature in Performance mode?
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10 minutes ago, benjaminr said:

 ROG Strix Gaming RTX 2080    is not  very good in  these  things?

  • Excellent dual-BIOS functionality.
  • Quiet BIOS
  • Overclocked 
  • Extras features including fan headers, RGB header and RGB power switch.?
  • Very low GPU temperature in Performance mode?

I mean, these are just things Asus advertises on their site. Excellent dual BIOS? Maybe. Depends on how you use it. Quiet BIOS? Well, it's there alright. Overclocked? You bet. Extra features? Yep, those are there too. Very low temperature? Maybe, that probably varies quite a bit 


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Just now, fasauceome said:

I mean, these are just things Asus advertises on their site. Excellent dual BIOS? Maybe. Depends on how you use it. Quiet BIOS? Well, it's there alright. Overclocked? You bet. Extra features? Yep, those are there too. Very low temperature? Maybe, that probably varies quite a bit 

you mean that all  rtx  2080  are  the same>??

 

asus,,  evga msi  and etc?

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you mean that all  rtx  2080  are  the same>??

 

asus,,  evga msi  and etc?

No. They are different.


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Asus makes solid products and support, but lot of those Rog Strix and features are just advertising and trying to justify higher price.  Creative Labs used to do that with their high end sound cards, and lot of the features were not necessary.

 

2080 is a solid card and monster no matter what version you get.  I really don't see it necessary getting the OC edition for $$ value over the standard.  Just research the specs and up against the Founder Edition speeds to compare each.   


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6 minutes ago, benjaminr said:

what  you mean? they are different?

 

you mean that atrix is not very  good against msi trio and ftw  2080 or palit?

Strix is good.


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28 minutes ago, benjaminr said:

you mean that all  rtx  2080  are  the same>??

 

asus,,  evga msi  and etc?

They all have the exact same core supplied by Nvidia, but they may have different clocks, if the manufacturer decides to overclock the card, different memory manufacturer, PCB, power delivery (number of PCI-E power connectors), coolers, price, design, warranty etc.


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Just now, jj9987 said:

They all have the exact same core supplied by Nvidia, but they may have different clocks, if the manufacturer decides to overclock the card, different memory manufacturer, PCB, power delivery (number of PCI-E power connectors), coolers, price, design, warranty etc.

in all these  things   overclock , memory manufacturer, PCB, power delivery (number of PCI-E power connectors), cooler, fans and oc  the asus astrix is good?

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Just now, benjaminr said:

in all these  things   overclock , memory manufacturer, PCB, power delivery (number of PCI-E power connectors), cooler, fans and oc  the asus astrix is good?

It's good, but it's also pricey. In addition, ASUS warranty is just okay compared to, for example, EVGA, whose customer support is remarkable.


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Just now, jj9987 said:

It's good, but it's also pricey. In addition, ASUS warranty is just okay compared to, for example, EVGA, whose customer support is remarkable.

you mean that asus astrix  rtx  2080 is  good in  overclock , memory manufacturer, PCB, power delivery (number of PCI-E power connectors), cooler, fans and oc  ??

 

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1 hour ago, benjaminr said:

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It depends on how much "extra" you are paying for it, a base model right now cost 650 or 700usd, now the strix is about 3-5% faster at max oc, the strix is 150usd more, add another 200usd and you can get the 2080 ti black (20% faster).

 

https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-2281-KR

 

The strix is good, but is it worth the premium? not even close, especially when even nvidia admits that the RTX cards (except the 2080 ti) isn't selling well.


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You seem just like me. Paranoid about tiny details that don't really matter. No offense. 2080 - 2080Ti are high end cards. The main things that matter when dealings with products like these are: Buying from a reputable reseller,  how good is the RMA/Costumer service and price. The order of priority vary from person to person. The rest is rest.


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Can't go wrong with ASUS.  They're OC software and GPUs are great.  LED color can be hit or miss (or at least it was on their 10 series)


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9 minutes ago, benjaminr said:

do you believe  that a lot of people have  bought rtx  2080 AND  RTX   2080ti?

Nope. RTX 2080 has a 0.3% market share on the steam hardware survey. For context, 1070ti has a 1.2% market share, has 1080 has a 2.8% market share. 2080ti has sold so few units it doesn't even show up. For context there 1080ti has a marketshare of 1.6%, there are fewer people using 2080ti than there are people using 980m's. There are fewer people using 980ti than there are people using GT 440's. I didn't even now the GT 440 existed until literally right just now!

 

So no they  haven't sold very well.



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1 minute ago, Zeitec said:

So no they  haven't sold very well.

You believe their performance was underwhelming for the price or maybe the release fiasco of them dying early turned people off?


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4 minutes ago, Zeitec said:

Nope. RTX 2080 has a 0.3% market share on the steam hardware survey. For context, 1070ti has a 1.2% market share, has 1080 has a 2.8% market share. 2080ti has sold so few units it doesn't even show up. For context there 1080ti has a marketshare of 1.6%, there are fewer people using 2080ti than there are people using 980m's. There are fewer people using 980ti than there are people using GT 440's. I didn't even now the GT 440 existed until literally right just now!

 

So no they  haven't sold very well.

You do realize cards like 1080 and 1070 Ti have been on market for much longer period of time than 2080/2080 Ti, right?

@benjaminr it is impossible to say how many cards Nvidia sold until they (or retailers) release sale numbers. And get a dictionary instead of asking same question 25 times 


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