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Should I sell my 2080 or wait

49 minutes ago, BTGbullseye said:

Seriously, you really refuse to even consider that AMD could do better than Nvidia at anything?

Well if the past predict the future...

The HD7970 and r9 290x were great but it's been a while since then..

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Im not selling, honestly, Im buying another 2080ti once the new cards come out. I payed for my 2080ti new and ive seen some EVGA 2080ti FTW3 Ultra OC down to $700, Im waiting for them to drop more then I have 2 of them in SLI

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59 minutes ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

Well if the past predict the future...

The HD7970 and r9 290x were great but it's been a while since then..

Amd can’t beat intel gaming performance and they can’t beat Nvidia 

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39 minutes ago, WoodyWoo said:

Im not selling, honestly, Im buying another 2080ti once the new cards come out. I payed for my 2080ti new and ive seen some EVGA 2080ti FTW3 Ultra OC down to $700, Im waiting for them to drop more then I have 2 of them in SLI

NVLink/SLI is dead

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57 minutes ago, Jedibrysen said:

NVLink/SLI is dead

dont care, I love it, I dont care if it doesnt increase performance, Its the one thing ive always had consistent until the RTX cards and im not letting go.

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44 minutes ago, WoodyWoo said:

dont care, I love it, I dont care if it doesnt increase performance, Its the one thing ive always had consistent until the RTX cards and im not letting go.

Well, the only cards you can NVLink are the 3090's so....

 

Edit: forgot about your other comment. You are going to SLI 2080ti's. My bad.

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2 hours ago, Jedibrysen said:

Amd can’t beat intel gaming performance and they can’t beat Nvidia 

They most definitely can, they just haven't yet. They've beaten Intel in every other category however.

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1 hour ago, BTGbullseye said:

They most definitely can, they just haven't yet. They've beaten Intel in every other category however.

Most people care more about single thread

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Just now, Jedibrysen said:

Most people care more about single thread

Only in games, and only if it's actually worth it in a price to performance comparison. (that does include the price of the motherboard as well as the CPU for that comparison)

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