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The best after market RTX 3080?

1- EVGA FTW3 ULTRA

2 - GIGABYTE AORUS

 

In your opinion wich one do think is the best in Noise, Performance, Aesthetics. 

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6 minutes ago, Big-Boy said:

1- EVGA FTW3 ULTRA

2 - GIGABYTE AORUS

 

In your opinion wich one do think is the best in Noise, Performance, Aesthetics. 

That would be the ASUS TUF 100%. Best all-round card and very reliable (info from review). 

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5 minutes ago, Sebikovec said:

very reliable (info from review). 

we don't know anything about long term reliability at this point.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

we don't know anything about long term reliability at this point.

 

 

Well, i didnt say that its the most reliable out of all of them. I just said that its apparently very reliable (info from review)

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2 minutes ago, Sebikovec said:

Well, i didnt say that its the most reliable out of all of them. I just said that its apparently very reliable (info from review)

and what I'm saying is their claim is BS. we can't know that.

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3 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

and what I'm saying is their claim is BS. we can't know that.

Okay man, sorry. Jesus. I didn't know this was reddit.

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22 minutes ago, Sebikovec said:

Okay man, sorry. Jesus. I didn't know this was reddit.

Well, uh, doesn't really matter where you are, disseminating "information" not based in fact, but presenting it as such is not great. Especially here, a forum generally designed to help people who are not informed and can't discern the BS from truth on their own. 

 

To answer OP's question, they're both expensive models, and generally will perform great. As others have mentioned, models like the Asus TUF are also great, and generally cheaper. However, they're potentially unavailable right now. 

 

If you're trying to buy now, I'd honestly just get whatever is cheapest and available. Do a quick google to make sure it's not fundamentally flawed, and if not, pull the trigger. If you want to buy in a few months, then you can more carefully consider your options (in which case you'd hopefully be able to consider more than just the 2 models you listed)

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I don't have a problem...

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8 hours ago, tarfeef101 said:

Well, uh, doesn't really matter where you are, disseminating "information" not based in fact, but presenting it as such is not great. Especially here, a forum generally designed to help people who are not informed and can't discern the BS from truth on their own. 

 

To answer OP's question, they're both expensive models, and generally will perform great. As others have mentioned, models like the Asus TUF are also great, and generally cheaper. However, they're potentially unavailable right now. 

 

If you're trying to buy now, I'd honestly just get whatever is cheapest and available. Do a quick google to make sure it's not fundamentally flawed, and if not, pull the trigger. If you want to buy in a few months, then you can more carefully consider your options (in which case you'd hopefully be able to consider more than just the 2 models you listed)

Alright, its not that big of a deal. I apologize if that'll help.

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best looking tho...  Vulcan OC (is up there with the top cards too) 

 

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not even a contest...  this is a RGB LED backplate we're talking here! That's besides the most beautiful OLED screen to check yo temps ~

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10 hours ago, GDRRiley said:

and what I'm saying is their claim is BS. we can't know that.

I believe this stems from the whole initial "cap drama"... what they mean is "it doesn't break down immediately = reliable" 

 

 

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