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Morgan MLGman

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About Morgan MLGman

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    I'm Morgan Freeman and I am a true Illuminati NoScope Master

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    Systems Engineer


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
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    ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Extreme
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    Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB 3600MHz DDR4
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    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic
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    ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB, Samsung 850EVO 120GB, ADATA SP550 240GB, Kingston UV400 240GB, WD Red 2TB, WD Blue 1TB
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    Corsair RM850x White
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    AORUS AD27QD, DELL U2711
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    Corsair H150i Pro RGB
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    Logitech G710+ with Cherry MX Brown switches
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    Steelseries Rival 600
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    Logitech G Pro X Headset
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    Windows 10 Professional 64-bit
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    Acer Nitro 5 (R5 2500U/RX 560X)
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    OnePlus 7 Pro & iPhone XR
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  1. So I discovered an interesting thing regarding the recent RTX 3080 Capacitor fiasco and the ASUS TUF model.

    In the original investigation regarding the various capacitor configurations, the author noted that the ASUS TUF one (which I coincidentally ordered) won't have issues because it has six MLCC groups that look like this:

    But, most retailers have the pictures of the card that have regular capacitors, like the picture here (taken from Newegg):

    Which clearly shows 6 regular, large capacitors. This is the same for retailers in my country.

    Now ASUS on their website has a picture, that's already refreshed with the MLCCs:

    Which means they caught the problem early, and actually changed those capacitors on their GPUs after they sent out GPU pictures to their distribution chain.

    I got lucky with my choice, because there shouldn't be an issue with the TUF card because of that. But I feel for people who ordered worse models or already received them and have those crashes.

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    2. Den-Fi


      Hang on, let me double check. I thought it was jay's initial cap video, but now I remember that I also watched buildziod's.

    3. i_build_nanosuits


      i think the image is a 3d render of the card, it's not a real product (IMO) but i do think you're right ASUS caught it early and fixed it and so did MSI:



    4. Morgan MLGman

      Morgan MLGman

      Good that some AIBs managed to catch it before actually selling those cards, as even reviewers got the updated version.

      MSI seems to be correcting the errors as well, however the model that HW Unboxed got for review was the older one