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I know this question is getting asked a lot probably but I'm pretty sure it differs from Build and usage.

 

First and foremost my Specs atm:

System Specs

- i7 8700k

- Asus Maximus X Hero

- GTX 1070

- 16gb 3200mhz

- Corsair 750W

 

Monitors:

Acer XF240H

BenQ GL2450HM

 

so I want to exchange my BenQ for a 4k Monitor to play "Eyecandy" games on it and watch vids and stuff, while the Acer is the one for Competitive Games and the rest. I had tried QHD but I got dissapointed so badly by it (IPS and TN).

Now I'm thinking whether to get a 2080 ti or 2080. The main reason is the Asus Rog Strix OC for example costs roughly around 820€ in Germany an the ti´s go for ~1300 and more (Strix costs 1450€). I can live with lowering settings on 4k if that improves framerate to 60 fps. I'm just looking for a few opinions here. Any help is appreciated!

CPU: i7 8700k 4.7Ghz 1.25v  Mainboard: ASUS Rog Maximus X Hero RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32GB LPX DDR4-3200 CL16 GPU: EVGA 2080 FTW3 [2115/8000] Power: Corsair RM750x CPU-Cooler: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 Storage: EVO Plus 1TB; EVO PLUS 2TB; 3x MX500 1TB; 1x MX500 2TB Case: Fractal Design Meshify C Audio: Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro Limited Edition w/ JDS Labs Atom AMP & Topping E30 DAC; Blue Yeti Mic  Monitors:LG 27GL850-B, LG 27UD58P-B, BenQ GL2450 Peripherals: Glorious GMMK Full-Size w/ Tealios V2; Logitech G PRO X Superlight

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For Rendering, AI programming? 2080Ti
Gaming? None of them, get 1080Ti ( atleast way more stable than RTX series ). Not sure if its for every RTX card, but i've heard that they die very fast, for some people it died after a week, for others few months etc.

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18 minutes ago, XRagingInferno said:

I know this question is getting asked a lot probably but I'm pretty sure it differs from Build and usage.

 

First and foremost my Specs atm:

System Specs

- i7 8700k

- Asus Maximus X Hero

- GTX 1070

- 16gb 3200mhz

- Corsair 750W

 

Monitors:

Acer XF240H

BenQ GL2450HM

 

so I want to exchange my BenQ for a 4k Monitor to play "Eyecandy" games on it and watch vids and stuff, while the Acer is the one for Competitive Games and the rest. I had tried QHD but I got dissapointed so badly by it (IPS and TN).

Now I'm thinking whether to get a 2080 ti or 2080. The main reason is the Asus Rog Strix OC for example costs roughly around 820€ in Germany an the ti´s go for ~1300 and more (Strix costs 1450€). I can live with lowering settings on 4k if that improves framerate to 60 fps. I'm just looking for a few opinions here. Any help is appreciated!

A 2080 should do you just fine. It´s a bit faster than a 1080 Ti. But if you have the money, go for a Ti version. Just like I did ?

12 minutes ago, Exaco said:

For Rendering, AI programming? 2080Ti
Gaming? None of them, get 1080Ti ( atleast way more stable than RTX series ). Not sure if its for every RTX card, but i've heard that they die very fast, for some people it died after a week, for others few months etc.

1080 Ti´s are almost impossible to find new. If a retailer has one it´s more expensive than a 2080. And used prices are high, too.

And about the dying cards, those were only one batch of reference PCB´s which have long bin sold.

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2080ti, because with RTX you go big or nothing.

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3 hours ago, racer243l said:

A 2080 should do you just fine. It´s a bit faster than a 1080 Ti. But if you have the money, go for a Ti version. Just like I did ?

The Problem I got is just the price tag. The 2080 starts to drop and the 2070 also became better. I should've instead ask if 2080 ti's gonna have some major drops aswell perhaps, but nobody can answer that for sure. It just sucks.

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3 hours ago, XRagingInferno said:

I know this question is getting asked a lot probably but I'm pretty sure it differs from Build and usage.

 

First and foremost my Specs atm:

System Specs

- i7 8700k

- Asus Maximus X Hero

- GTX 1070

- 16gb 3200mhz

- Corsair 750W

 

Monitors:

Acer XF240H

BenQ GL2450HM

 

so I want to exchange my BenQ for a 4k Monitor to play "Eyecandy" games on it and watch vids and stuff, while the Acer is the one for Competitive Games and the rest. I had tried QHD but I got dissapointed so badly by it (IPS and TN).

Now I'm thinking whether to get a 2080 ti or 2080. The main reason is the Asus Rog Strix OC for example costs roughly around 820€ in Germany an the ti´s go for ~1300 and more (Strix costs 1450€). I can live with lowering settings on 4k if that improves framerate to 60 fps. I'm just looking for a few opinions here. Any help is appreciated!

You are asking between 2080 and 2080 ti, which is mostly just a question of money. You have the cash ? get the best 2080 ti

 

you don't ? Then steal it !

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1 hour ago, XRagingInferno said:

The Problem I got is just the price tag. The 2080 starts to drop and the 2070 also became better. I should've instead ask if 2080 ti's gonna have some major drops aswell perhaps, but nobody can answer that for sure. It just sucks.

When they will finally come in stock and available in large numbers, prices sure will drop. But that might take a while. I don´t see the top tier cards like Strix, FTW3 or Trio get below 1.300 € within the next six months if not a whole year.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5950X PBO GPU: Asus Strix RTX 3090 OC Mobo: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master RAM: 32GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3600Mhz CL17

CPU Cooler: Corsair H150i Capillex Storage: Samsung 980 Pro and 970 Evo 1TB Samsung 860 EVO 1TB Crucial MX300 525GB WD Black 2TB PSU: Corsair HX1000 Case: Corsair 500D SE RGB 6x LL120

 

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1 hour ago, racer243l said:

When they will finally come in stock and available in large numbers, prices sure will drop. But that might take a while. I don´t see the top tier cards like Strix, FTW3 or Trio get below 1.300 € within the next six months if not a whole year.

Well I'm pretty dead set on a 2080 now anyways. I'm confident that with lowering settings (High instead of Ultra) I will enjoy 4k and have a good experience. Thanks for the help anyways.

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If you have money to blow you could just wait for the new titan, there is rumors of a GTX 11 series coming out, so you might just want to wait for that 

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1 minute ago, Emanbaird said:

If you have money to blow you could just wait for the new titan

Nobody even rich people should pay (msrp) 56% more expensively for 10% more performance compared to the 2080 Ti

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4 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Nobody even rich people should pay (msrp) 56% more expensively for 10% more performance compared to the 2080 Ti

Thats the logical way of thinking and its true but saying that. Some rich people its not about the money its about having the best of the best and bragging rights even if its a total waste of money lol.

 

Matter of fact there is quite a few people in this forum which fall under that definition lol. Im not one of them :)

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On 12/22/2018 at 8:19 PM, Princess Cadence said:

Nobody even rich people should pay (msrp) 56% more expensively for 10% more performance compared to the 2080 Ti

just throwing this in here because it's literally a fact IMO:

 

People buy Apple phones to have LESS performance for 50% more expensively over xiaomi ?


I guess some people would buy a Titan because it is named Titan and it is indeed expensive- just because of that. Not because they need any performance.


I mean there is people who wear Rolex or Diamon Rings - it's literally not about what's needed or better- just what you can show off or tell about oooor "it must be good cause it is expensive"

I've literally learned that when selling software as well- be cheap and you ARE cheap ^^

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