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2080ti FE what is "rev. A"

Go to solution Solved by Adkatka,

that means that this product will not have any revisions (or maybe im wrong)

Anyways all manufactures are different, and the use their revision methots

Even if there is a higher revision 2080ti, then it is probably gonna be an upgraded design.

There should be no Perfomance difference

Hello, i'm using folding@home and the software detect mu GPU as "GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Rev. A"

So i'm wondering what this "Rev. A" means, and what are the differencies with other revision if there is

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GPU : 2080ti FE

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that means that this product will not have any revisions (or maybe im wrong)

Anyways all manufactures are different, and the use their revision methots

Even if there is a higher revision 2080ti, then it is probably gonna be an upgraded design.

There should be no Perfomance difference

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Secondary Laptop: Celeron 3205u, Nvidia 820m, 8 GB 1600MHz DDR3L, Brunch Chrome OS r86

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ok thanks for your answer, this is what i was think cause their is nothing talking about it on the net but i wanted to be sure ;)

Config:

CPU : i5 9600k

RAM : Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 2x 8GB  DDR4 3000Mhz CL15

Motherboard : TUF Z390 Plus Gaming

GPU : 2080ti FE

Case: NZXT Phantom 410

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30 minutes ago, Adkatka said:

There should be no Perfomance difference

there is

 

i have one

 

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i have to be honest i'm not entirely sure what the Rev.A stands for, perhaps it was an initial version of the die, i can't say and i haven't found much in the way of information about it either.

I do know that my Rev.A outperforms a regular 2080Ti in folding by a considerable margin though

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R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // X570 Aorus Ultra // 32GB Predator 3200MHz // 3090 FTW3 Ultra // Meshify S2 White/Black (Foam Filter Delete)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 5900x)

 

Folding Station - Polaris.

i7-4790k 4.8GHz // Z97X-UD5H // 32GB Dominator Platinum 2133MHz // 2080Ti Lightning Z // Define R6 (Front Panel Mod/Delete)

 

TV / LAN / VR machine - The Hiss.

R5 3600 4.25GHz All-Core // B450i Aorus Pro Wifi // 16GB Predator RGB 3200MHz // Vega64 Silver (Air) // Phanteks Evolv ITX (Front Panel Mod)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // B550i/X570i Aorus Pro Wifi // RTX 3080 XC3 Hybrid or 3080 Aero)

 

Laptop / Mobile Workstation

i7-8750H // Asus FX705GM // 32GB 2400MHz // 1060 6GB

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Partner's Bastard Box - Sundae.

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2080 ti GPUs are either A or non A. The non As have a 280 watt power limit so they run at lower mhz and are not overclocked by the board partners. By contrast my EVGA FTW3 Ultra has a power limit of 373 watts. 

 

A good example is the EVGA Black with a boost clock of 1545mhz.

 

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3 minutes ago, yaboistar said:

there is

 

i have one

 

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weird why people don't talk about it.

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Secondary Laptop: Celeron 3205u, Nvidia 820m, 8 GB 1600MHz DDR3L, Brunch Chrome OS r86

Hmmm Laptop: Pentium M 1.6GHz, iGPU, 2 GB 800MHz DDR2, Windows 7 SP1

 

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19 minutes ago, HugoBoss100 said:

nothing talking about it on the net but i wanted to be sure ;)

Um...what? OCN RTX 2080 Ti owners club has a section noting the difference between the A and non-A cards.

 

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Sauce: https://www.overclock.net/threads/official-nvidia-rtx-2080-ti-owners-club.1706276/

 

A cards are not necessary binned as all GPUs end up in the same 2100MHz ballpark when overclocked.

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I just like how Nvidia keep releasing a completely same r.A card  with the same price and same name, but with better specs. And annoying default 2080ti users by that

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12 minutes ago, Adkatka said:

I just like how Nvidia keep releasing a completely same r.A card  with the same price and same name, but with better specs. And annoying default 2080ti users by that

They were released at the same time.

 

The FE was $1199 and the reference cards were $999. There's slide during the presentation that shows the reference cards advertised right below the FE cards. Not that tech outlets cared about it though. Most non-A cards are blowers or low end AIB cards.

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1 hour ago, DildorTheDecent said:

Um...what? OCN RTX 2080 Ti owners club has a section noting the difference between the A and non-A cards.

 

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Sauce: https://www.overclock.net/threads/official-nvidia-rtx-2080-ti-owners-club.1706276/

 

A cards are not necessary binned as all GPUs end up in the same 2100MHz ballpark when overclocked.

this is information i was not aware of, thankyou. the ln2 mode on my 2080ti is about to get... modified.

get money, acquire catgirls, fold proteins

 

systems:

Spoiler

Main - Zenith.
R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // X570 Aorus Ultra // 32GB Predator 3200MHz // 3090 FTW3 Ultra // Meshify S2 White/Black (Foam Filter Delete)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 5900x)

 

Folding Station - Polaris.

i7-4790k 4.8GHz // Z97X-UD5H // 32GB Dominator Platinum 2133MHz // 2080Ti Lightning Z // Define R6 (Front Panel Mod/Delete)

 

TV / LAN / VR machine - The Hiss.

R5 3600 4.25GHz All-Core // B450i Aorus Pro Wifi // 16GB Predator RGB 3200MHz // Vega64 Silver (Air) // Phanteks Evolv ITX (Front Panel Mod)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // B550i/X570i Aorus Pro Wifi // RTX 3080 XC3 Hybrid or 3080 Aero)

 

Laptop / Mobile Workstation

i7-8750H // Asus FX705GM // 32GB 2400MHz // 1060 6GB

Spoiler

Partner's Bastard Box - Sundae.

i5-8600K // Asus Prime Z370-M Plus // 16GB Vengeance LPX 3200MHz // 1080Ti FE // Meshify C Mini (Foam Filter Delete)

 

 

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My Asus Strix OC RTX 2080 (not a 2080 ti) also gets ID'd as "Rev. A" in folding@home as I recall.

 

Never knew whether that meant an initial batch of the chip before they changed something to prevent the "space invaders" bug (although I thought that was memory-related now that I recall) or if it meant a higher-binned "A" chip to put in factory overclocked cards. 

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