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Asus tuf rtx 3080 OC

10 minutes ago, Yoshi Moshi said:

Also are you saying the 3080 Asus TUF OC crashes for your to desktop??

I checked my 3090 Asus TUF (non OC) and it all the smaller capacitors, not a single larger one.

Crash issue has now been proven to be present on all cards including MLCC capacitor cards. Certain cards with all SP-CAPs may not help the issue but it’s now been replicated across the board. It’s suspected to be a driver issue at this point.

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anyone have issues with Asus tuf rtx 3080 OC heard about 3000 series cards and power delivery. please only comment if you actually have a card. 

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28 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

anyone have issues with Asus tuf rtx 3080 OC heard about 3000 series cards and power delivery. please only comment if you actually have a card. 

The TUF 3080 is one of the few cards to actually go beyond spec and improve it. One of the best cards right now.


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6 minutes ago, svmlegacy said:

The TUF 3080 is one of the few cards to actually go beyond spec and improve it. One of the best cards right now.

ive heard the same from content creator, i just wanna see some reviews/ people opinion from people who were not given the card for free and are using it on a consistant basis. especially since im gonna spend $1130 canadian on this bloody thing

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Every single card is having crash issues right now so it’s not 100% down to the capacitor choice. If you want to play it safe, just WAIT. There are a lot of issues being figured out right now and you are not safe buying any card.

 

 


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2 minutes ago, FaxedForward said:

Every single card is having crash issues right now so it’s not 100% down to the capacitor choice. If you want to play it safe, just WAIT. There are a lot of issues being figured out right now and you are not safe buying any card.

 

 

ok i will wait

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Like most people posting here, it doesn't seem to be all about the caps.

A fix for about everyone is downclocking the boost clock by 50mhz and reducing power to 95%, this gives no "real" performance impact.

 

You can wait to see it fixed, or wait for AMD.

However the real reason you should wait is 1130CAD is a lot isn't the MRSP more like 899CAD?

I don't think it's worth an extra 150$ above MRSP, so I'd wait for more stable prices in your region

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12 minutes ago, Exeon said:

Like most people posting here, it doesn't seem to be all about the caps.

A fix for about everyone is downclocking the boost clock by 50mhz and reducing power to 95%, this gives no "real" performance impact.

 

You can wait to see it fixed, or wait for AMD.

However the real reason you should wait is 1130CAD is a lot isn't the MRSP more like 899CAD?

I don't think it's worth an extra 150$ above MRSP, so I'd wait for more stable prices in your region

the msrp is 899 plus tax. third party cards are usually 50-100 more the asus tuf non oc is 949 and the oc version is 999 plus tax. i wont use amd so doesnt matter what they come out with. i will however wait to see what others come up with and wait for more comments

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same thing with the non OC version for the 3090, every capacitor is the good one not the bad one.

It's also THE ONLY non-reference PCB design card (besides the FE) that you can pick up for MSRP (non-OC version) that will have a water block

It's also one of the higher stock cards, so it's a good option

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The main reason to wait for AMD is because when their newest Radeon is competitive, Nvidia usually cuts prices or releases an upgraded version to steal their thunder. If the 6900XT is priced as well as the rumors suggest I would not be surprised if Nvidia immediately cuts $100+ from MSRP on the 3080.


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Just now, FaxedForward said:

The main reason to wait for AMD is because when their newest Radeon is competitive, Nvidia usually cuts prices or releases an upgraded version to steal their thunder. If the 6900XT is priced as well as the rumors suggest I would not be surprised if Nvidia immediately cuts $100+ from MSRP on the 380.

or releases the cards with double VRAM, because the rumored value option from AMD will have 16 GB, which even the 3080 10 GB doesn't come close to in terms of VRAM. But what do you know the value option from Nvidia, 3070 16 GB version will have the same amount of VRAM

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2 minutes ago, Yoshi Moshi said:

or releases the cards with double VRAM, because the rumored value option from AMD will have 16 GB, which even the 3080 10 GB doesn't come close to in terms of VRAM. But what do you know the value option from Nvidia, 3070 16 GB version will have the same amount of VRAM

but just the same with intel vs amd more cores or more vram doesnt equate to better performance in all cases especially for the tasks i need it for which is gaming all the other tasks i can do on a 10 year old pc. i cant see nvidia dropping the price anymore tbh i think they came out the gate with as low as they want to go. also i cant see nvidia releasing a 3070 with 16gb of ram that would be more than a 3080 and could potentially outperform a 3080 which they would not do period. also there is always something new coming out there is always a battle to be the best. i dont mind spending the money but if i am gonna then i want a quality product that doesnt go back to desktop during gameplay

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all the leaks that look legit, show the 3070 with 16 GB

You want to play 4k ultra on the latest games with ray tracing, there's a game coming out in a few weeks, just 7 weeks after the launch of the card, whose recommended specs from the developer require 11 GB of VRAM to play 4k ultra, meaning the only gaming cards are the RTX 2080 Ti and the RTX 3090, at last for now. So the RTX 3080 10 GB won't be able to play all games maxed out at 4k in a little more than a month. It's already outdated, and a clear need for more VRAM. Does it need 20 GB, no, but it needs more. See example below.WDLPCSpecs_RTX-v9_Blue-960.jpg.512e9fd0d3d51ea84f9f5543d71ab8c8.jpg

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11 minutes ago, Yoshi Moshi said:

Also are you saying the 3080 Asus TUF OC crashes for your to desktop??

I checked my 3090 Asus TUF (non OC) and it all the smaller capacitors, not a single larger one.

that is what im asking? is people that own the card having issues. i want to buy one when it comes back in stock. also i dont do 4k gaming. right now i have a 1080p 60 hz 4 ms monitor which is samsung lc32f391fwnxza which is a 32 inch curved monitor. i will be going dual monitor setup and my gaming monitor will be a samsung oddssey g7 32 inch model which is much better than this one

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10 minutes ago, Yoshi Moshi said:

Also are you saying the 3080 Asus TUF OC crashes for your to desktop??

I checked my 3090 Asus TUF (non OC) and it all the smaller capacitors, not a single larger one.

Crash issue has now been proven to be present on all cards including MLCC capacitor cards. Certain cards with all SP-CAPs may not help the issue but it’s now been replicated across the board. It’s suspected to be a driver issue at this point.


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2 minutes ago, FaxedForward said:

Crash issue has now been proven to be present on all cards including MLCC capacitor cards. Certain cards with all SP-CAPs may not help the issue but it’s now been replicated across the board. It’s suspected to be a driver issue at this point.

thank you. which is why i said earlier i will wait for more updates on the matter. see if things change so i dont have to down clock the overclock. lol or what ever people are calling it. 

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Oh ok, well from what I've seen from the card on youtube is that it has the smaller capacitors so you should be fine

 

I can confirm from my 3090 non OC which is in my system now, has all of the smaller caps

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2 minutes ago, Yoshi Moshi said:

Oh ok, well from what I've seen from the card on youtube is that it has the smaller capacitors so you should be fine

 

I can confirm from my 3090 non OC which is in my system now, has all of the smaller caps

and once again i asked people who own the card. if you dont own the card then why are you responding. you literally gave absoutly zero valuable input to the question that was asked

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1 minute ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

thank you. which is why i said earlier i will wait for more updates on the matter. see if things change so i dont have to down clock the overclock. lol or what ever people are calling it. 

the cards with mlcc still clocks higher but yes all cards crash, hoping it's a driver issue and not an architectural issue, either way i'm wating for better bins and 6 mlcc cards.


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1 minute ago, xg32 said:

the cards with mlcc still clocks higher but yes all cards crash, hoping it's a driver issue and not an architectural issue, either way i'm wating for better bins and 6 mlcc cards.

do you own the asus card?

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Just now, truckerlenny1990 said:

do you own the asus card?

no they all crash, not buying anything til it's fixed.


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Yeah at this point the best thing to do is just be patient. EVGA has said that 3080 production volume (and thus card stock) should stabilize in October so it’s a good assumption that the rest of the companies like ASUS will also have more stock then.

 

The double benefit of waiting is that the issues should be worked out AND you should be able to buy at actual MSRP as more cards will be available.

 

Here is a video of the ASUS TUF 3080 with the MLCC (small) capacitors crashing just like the rest of the cards if you don’t believe it.

 

 


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1 minute ago, xg32 said:

no they all crash, not buying anything til it's fixed.

please reread the original post

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28 minutes ago, Yoshi Moshi said:

all the leaks that look legit, show the 3070 with 16 GB

You want to play 4k ultra on the latest games with ray tracing, there's a game coming out in a few weeks, just 7 weeks after the launch of the card, whose recommended specs from the developer require 11 GB of VRAM to play 4k ultra, meaning the only gaming cards are the RTX 2080 Ti and the RTX 3090, at last for now. So the RTX 3080 10 GB won't be able to play all games maxed out at 4k in a little more than a month. It's already outdated, and a clear need for more VRAM. Does it need 20 GB, no, but it needs more. See example below.

 

The example, (which I cut) isn't really a reference to show what the game really needs, benchmarks are different, does the development team feel these are recommended for 60, or 144fp? you simply cannot know.

If you look at each card I feel like they just copy/pasted the actual VRAM from the recommended card, since it matches every card.

 

 

42 minutes ago, FaxedForward said:

The main reason to wait for AMD is because when their newest Radeon is competitive, Nvidia usually cuts prices or releases an upgraded version to steal their thunder. If the 6900XT is priced as well as the rumors suggest I would not be surprised if Nvidia immediately cuts $100+ from MSRP on the 3080.

This could be a reason to wait, but it could also have the opposite result, if AMD can't match the 3080 you will see a massive flood of even more demand for the 3080, it won't change MSRP, it will change the market price though.

 

Looking back at the 1000 and 2000 series AMD was nowhere near the high end, NVIDIA could ask any price and people still bought the 2080TI

The 2080TI albeit having an MRSP at 999$ was sold for anywhere between 1200-1400$/€

 

5 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

and once again i asked people who own the card. if you dont own the card then why are you responding

 

It's going to be tough finding anyone who own's the card seeing how there isn't stock anywhere.

I ordered one, though it's the non-OC version, the OC was nearly 100$ more for me, so not worth it.

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1 minute ago, FaxedForward said:

Yeah at this point the best thing to do is just be patient. EVGA has said that 3080 production volume (and thus card stock) should stabilize in October so it’s a good assumption that the rest of the companies like ASUS will also have more stock then.

 

The double benefit of waiting is that the issues should be worked out AND you should be able to buy at actual MSRP as more cards will be available.

 

Here is a video of the ASUS TUF 3080 with the good capacitors crashing just like the rest of the cards if you don’t believe it.

 

 

its not about whether i believe you or not. my original ask was for only people who own the card to respond. 

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