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Should I

1:. Get the cheapest 2080ti on the market(EVGA BLACK) and water it with a 120 radiator and NZXT Kraken G12

2:. Get a better 2080ti with better fan cooling solution but with a more expensive price (like ROG STRIX)

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In terms of performance/cooling, 1 is better, but ensure that the G12 supports that specific card you want to buy.

In both cases, you do not need to take into account your case - where can you fit a 120 radiator or if the card length (in case of STRIX for example) is not too much for the case.

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9 minutes ago, jj9987 said:

In terms of performance/cooling, 1 is better, but ensure that the G12 supports that specific card you want to buy.

In both cases, you do not need to take into account your case - where can you fit a 120 radiator or if the card length (in case of STRIX for example) is not too much for the case.

It says the clearance for gpu is Graphics card: 410mm / 16.1", but I see 12 " x 5.13 " x 2.13 " Inch
30.47 x 13.04 x5.41 Centimeter in the gpu page. How do I tell if my case fit? What does the number from my case mean?

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31 minutes ago, RJ56Hours said:

It says the clearance for gpu is Graphics card: 410mm / 16.1", but I see 12 " x 5.13 " x 2.13 " Inch
30.47 x 13.04 x5.41 Centimeter in the gpu page. How do I tell if my case fit? What does the number from my case mean?

410mm = 41cm (that's length) 

And the card has length 30.47cm so it will fit easily

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11 hours ago, RJ56Hours said:

Should I

1:. Get the cheapest 2080ti on the market(EVGA BLACK) and water it with a 120 radiator and NZXT Kraken G12

2:. Get a better 2080ti with better fan cooling solution but with a more expensive price (like ROG STRIX)

1, but just make sure you keep those VRM's cooled.

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11 hours ago, RJ56Hours said:

Should I

1:. Get the cheapest 2080ti on the market(EVGA BLACK) and water it with a 120 radiator and NZXT Kraken G12

2:. Get a better 2080ti with better fan cooling solution but with a more expensive price (like ROG STRIX)

 

Get 2080 ti black edition.

 

Don't waste money putting a water cooler on it.

 

I bought a black edition and overclocked it in the range of 1850-1950 MHz out of the box with temps sitting around 75C

 

Threw a hybrid cooler on it and while the temps sit around 55 C under full load, it's pretty much maxing out the power limit at ~1900-2000 MHz.

 

So really you have two options towards the 2080 ti

 

1. Buy black edition.  Run it at 50% fan speed, OC it to pretty good levels and spend $1000 USD

2. Buy a higher end card that can flash the highest power limit BIOS onto it and put it under water and maybe get 2100 MHz for an extra 5% performance.  This will cost you around $1400 USD.

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On 2/24/2019 at 3:20 PM, sgloux3470 said:

 

Get 2080 ti black edition.

 

Don't waste money putting a water cooler on it.

 

I bought a black edition and overclocked it in the range of 1850-1950 MHz out of the box with temps sitting around 75C

 

Threw a hybrid cooler on it and while the temps sit around 55 C under full load, it's pretty much maxing out the power limit at ~1900-2000 MHz.

 

So really you have two options towards the 2080 ti

 

1. Buy black edition.  Run it at 50% fan speed, OC it to pretty good levels and spend $1000 USD

2. Buy a higher end card that can flash the highest power limit BIOS onto it and put it under water and maybe get 2100 MHz for an extra 5% performance.  This will cost you around $1400 USD.

I'm planning on doing an upgrade build and was a bit surprised to find the Black edition 2080ti to be so much less than others. I've had a EVGA 980 for a few years and have had no issues with it, so I'm wondering why is it so much cheaper than the other cards? Just clock speeds? 

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On 2/24/2019 at 5:20 PM, sgloux3470 said:

 

Get 2080 ti black edition.

 

Don't waste money putting a water cooler on it.

 

I bought a black edition and overclocked it in the range of 1850-1950 MHz out of the box with temps sitting around 75C

 

Threw a hybrid cooler on it and while the temps sit around 55 C under full load, it's pretty much maxing out the power limit at ~1900-2000 MHz.

 

So really you have two options towards the 2080 ti

 

1. Buy black edition.  Run it at 50% fan speed, OC it to pretty good levels and spend $1000 USD

2. Buy a higher end card that can flash the highest power limit BIOS onto it and put it under water and maybe get 2100 MHz for an extra 5% performance.  This will cost you around $1400 USD.

 

The high end cards will do a lot more than that out of the box.

 

My FTW3 Ultra 2080Ti boosts to 2025 with no OC.

 

And will do over 2100 easy OCed and 1300+ on memory.

 

That's on air and the standard BIOS so I am not even pushing it yet, haven't switched it to the OC BIOS yet.

 

 

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My EVGA 2080 ti XC is too noisy.

My EVGA FTW3 Ultra is not.

 

To be honest the XC is too noisy because I have it clocked up to match the FTW3 Ultra.

When the FTW3 is at 67c in a bench the XC is at 85c with 87% on the fans.

I am over 2100 on both cards but the XC is screaming.  

 

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1 hour ago, jones177 said:

My EVGA 2080 ti XC is too noisy.

My EVGA FTW3 Ultra is not.

 

To be honest the XC is too noisy because I have it clocked up to match the FTW3 Ultra.

When the FTW3 is at 67c in a bench the XC is at 85c with 87% on the fans.

I am over 2100 on both cards but the XC is screaming.  

 

 

Case cooling maybe?

 

My FTW3 Ultra doesn't get over 65C even OCed….

 

And even 70C isn't even remotely hot.

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It is an old 2011 vintage Haf 922 case and it was hot in the room overclocking the 2 PCs. Playing games it runs around 49c to 59c depending on the graphic insanity.  

I will get rid of the case when I update the CPU and that may be soon because of the underwhelming performance of my i7 8700k.  

 

The XC didn't down clock even at 85c.

It runs Assassin's Creed Odyssey at 4k with Ultra settings well over 60fps at 80c with fans at 82%. If I put the power target to 100% instead of 130 and remove the overclock the game averages 54fps at 70c with the fans at 60%. It is quite and the game runs smooth but I don't like being below 60fps.

 

Now that I have the FTW3 Ultra the XC will be used for 4k testing and to play games that don't like ultrawide.  It won't be stressed much in the future and it will be the first to go when next gen comes out.

 

 

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I like how cool the 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra runs in games, stays in the 50's and only gets into the 60's when OCed and stressing it benchmarking.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Ankerson said:

I like how cool the 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra runs in games, stays in the 50's and only gets into the 60's when OCed and stressing it benchmarking.

 

 

Not getting one in the first place was a mistake on my part. The XC has proved itself a good overclocker but without proper cooling it is a pain. 

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Just now, jones177 said:

Not getting one in the first place was a mistake on my part. The XC has proved itself a good overclocker but without proper cooling it is a pain. 

 

For me the FTW3 was a no brainer, I like the FTW cards.

 

Have a FTW3 1080Ti and FTW2 1080 also.

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Just now, Ankerson said:

 

For me the FTW3 was a no brainer, I like the FTW cards.

 

Have a FTW3 1080Ti and FTW2 1080 also.

My 1080 tis were Superclock 2s and my 1080 was a superclock. They really never got too noizy. I should have taken the hint EVGA gave when the introduced 3 slot cards. 

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7 minutes ago, jones177 said:

My 1080 tis were Superclock 2s and my 1080 was a superclock. They really never got too noizy. I should have taken the hint EVGA gave when the introduced 3 slot cards. 

 

That and the power draw of the cards is really up there.

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On 2/24/2019 at 5:18 AM, RJ56Hours said:

Should I

1:. Get the cheapest 2080ti on the market(EVGA BLACK) and water it with a 120 radiator and NZXT Kraken G12

2:. Get a better 2080ti with better fan cooling solution but with a more expensive price (like ROG STRIX)

The most versatile is getting the BE at $999 and getting a G12 (are those compatible without modding?) and buying a $100 or less AIO.  This way you can switch back and forth between water and air if need be.  However the clocks are lower than a XC or XC Ultra.  Or you can buy EVGA's own AIO kit for $170  

 

My personal favorite and my recommendation would be the XC Ultra 11G-P4-2383-KR.  It has a massive heat sink on it and does require 3 slots and at $1250 it isn't a bargain but it stays under 70 degrees with ease and is at that sweet spot at stock 1650Mhz.  I got mine through EVGA's Ebay site for $1150 shipped when Ebay had there site wide 15% off (capped at $100). 

 

 

 

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On 2/24/2019 at 5:20 PM, sgloux3470 said:

 

Get 2080 ti black edition.

 

Don't waste money putting a water cooler on it.

 

I bought a black edition and overclocked it in the range of 1850-1950 MHz out of the box with temps sitting around 75C

 

Threw a hybrid cooler on it and while the temps sit around 55 C under full load, it's pretty much maxing out the power limit at ~1900-2000 MHz.

 

So really you have two options towards the 2080 ti

 

1. Buy black edition.  Run it at 50% fan speed, OC it to pretty good levels and spend $1000 USD

2. Buy a higher end card that can flash the highest power limit BIOS onto it and put it under water and maybe get 2100 MHz for an extra 5% performance.  This will cost you around $1400 USD.

Basically nailed it

BE will be 5-8 degrees warmer compared to a XC Ultra

XC Ultra is about 5% faster when both cards are OC

BE IMO is louder, so if getting bellow 60 degrees and eliminating as much noise as possible then go AIO

 

I use this word lightly but the BE at $1K is really the best RTX 2080 Ti value, especially if the card ships somewhere that doesn't collect tax.  Also it is the only EVGA RTX 2080 Ti card that is constantly out of stock at this point

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