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Does Asus still Offer an 2-Slot 2080 Ti???

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Posted · Original PosterOP

im know with what i want to do i need masive cores and gpu horse power with driving a 4k hdr10 display. but i decided to do a SFF build in the SilverStone SG13. so im limited to a dual slot GPU. so  im wondering if Asus offers one there 2080 Ti's in a dual option like that.

 

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11 minutes ago, FutaGrlAlicePA said:

im know with what i want to do i need masive cores and gpu horse power with driving a 4k hdr10 display. but i decided to do a SFF build in the SilverStone SG13. so im limited to a dual slot GPU. so  im wondering if Asus offers one there 2080 Ti's in a dual option like that.

 

Thanks in Advanced:

AlicePA

I asked a question about rtx 2070 supers as that fits my budget better and I was given a link to a page in which the different 2070 equivalents are but the EVGA kingpin is a 2080 TI dual slot card with a price from them at $1800 plus shipping.

 

 

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1 minute ago, NZgamer said:

All 2080Ti's are dual slot....

Atleast 2 slots, sometimes 3


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The EVGA black is 2 slot last I remember, if not there are others.


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if you pic a random card of any series and manufacturer, there is a better than average chance that the card will be a 2 slot card than a 3 slot card.

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48 minutes ago, FutaGrlAlicePA said:

im wondering if Asus offers one there 2080 Ti's in a dual option like that.

You realize the brand is completely irrelevant, right?


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My EVGA 2080 ti XC is a dual slot.

I bought it so it can be card #1 if I decide to SLI.

 

When shopping for a 2 slot card look for ones that are set to 1635 mhz or higher on the boost clock and have from 124 to 130% on the power limit. 

Avoid anything with less.

 

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3 hours ago, scuff gang said:

Atleast 2 slots, sometimes 3

 

3 hours ago, NZgamer said:

Nevermind, I just realised I was wrong

 


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3 hours ago, Harpo said:

My EVGA XC Ultra is triple slot, and I believe many others are too.

 

3 hours ago, NZgamer said:

Nevermind, I just realised I was wrong

 


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reason for the thick sizes are cooling fans.. go for watercooled, then ALL are sudenly 2 slot. 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

yeah cooling solutions can get crazy sometimes. i was considering evga or full on pure nvidia refrence card. but sounds like a evga dual slot like a ftw3 or something gong to be my best options.

 

its my case thats requiering a dual slot since im using a SilverStone Sugo SG13. supports a mini dtx mobo and dual slot grapics. i got a sg13 pink for cristmass from my aunt. other cases i was considering s the bitfenix portal with window or hull hog option was the rog hellios case. but woerking with what i got an id go hybrid gpu except im gettihng ENERMAX: AQUAFUSION WHITE 120 to cool the ryzen9 3950x. but have a 4k hdr10 display im powering and everyone says the 2080 super isnt quiye powerfull enough so looking at the 2080 Ti's.


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2 minutes ago, FutaGrlAlicePA said:

but have a 4k hdr10 display im powering and everyone says the 2080 super isnt quiye powerfull enough so looking at the 2080 Ti's.

If you want to max out AAA titles the 2080 TI also isn't powerful enough. Personally I wouldn't buy anything above the 5700XT, as the price/performance is just horrible at everything above it, but at least the 2080 TI have the bragging rights of being the fastest consumer GPU.

 

Check how the card will perform in the games you want before making a decision(youtube, benchmarks, calculating the performance basing on GPUs you own and things like that), it will probably make you have a better idea on what to expect.

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