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Posted · Original PosterOP

hi guys i have an rtx 2080 OC 8gb , i opened my case just to see which model i have but unfortunately on it there wasn't any logos , is there a method on how to view my model FOR EXAMPLE Gigabyte or asus

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On 7/1/2019 at 7:59 PM, Brend2123 said:

hi guys i have an rtx 2080 OC 8gb , i opened my case just to see which model i have but unfortunately on it there wasn't any logos , is there a method on how to view my model FOR EXAMPLE Gigabyte or asus

Can you post a photo of the card? If it's a prebuilt then it's probably just an OEM card or reference Nvidia card.
Download GPU-Z and run that and see if it gives you a Subvendor.


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It could be a reference card from Nvidia. You can check this with GPU-Z


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as above, hit it with gpuz. it'd be interesting for there to be no vendor ID at all.


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Prebuilt machine? Maybe just OEM card


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Image result for rtx 2080 aero

does it look like this? Aero cards that have their branding removed are super common for OEM machines.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
37 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

Image result for rtx 2080 aero

does it look like this? Aero cards that have their branding removed are super common for OEM machines.

this is my gpu  it look preety similar , take a look 
 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Spotty said:

Can you post a photo of the card? If it's a prebuilt then it's probably just an OEM card or reference Nvidia card.
Download GPU-Z and run that and see if it gives you a Subvendor.

 

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2 minutes ago, Brend2123 said:

 

That's an OEM card. It's basically an MSI Aero card without any branding.

 

Super common for Dell machines to have them.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
53 minutes ago, adwinrahmadi said:

If you had a new Alienware basically you're good to go, they made their PCs with OEM parts which are no doubtful

Yes you are probably right but when i see high temperatures i kinda worry 

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32 minutes ago, Brend2123 said:

Yes you are probably right but when i see high temperatures i kinda worry 

In general OEM products are oftenly have standard quality so don't expect them much.. but it doesn't impact of performance so no worries whatsoever, normally GPU are safe while reaching 80c.

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