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Is it good? - Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3080

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As someone who has 3 Asus turbos, they are loud and will only get louder.

It's designed to run at like 83C all the time.

Skip it if you can.

Hello, there are finally some 3080's appearing in the Swiss market.

One of them the Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3080. Appart from some information on ASUS website i couldnt find any benchmark, thermals and noise.

Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3080 - 10GB

Do any of you guys have any info? Is it a good idea to use it in a case with great airflow, according Asus its made for restricted airflow. Will this be a handicap?

 

Thanks

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2 minutes ago, sevenup said:

Hello, there are finally some 3080's appearing in the Swiss market.

One of them the Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3080. Appart from some information on ASUS website i couldnt find any benchmark, thermals and noise.

Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3080 - 10GB

Do any of you guys have any info? Is it a good idea to use it in a case with great airflow, according Asus its made for restricted airflow. Will this be a handicap?

 

Thanks

It is for cases with restricted airflow because after it cools components it blows the air out of the I/O, it will be louder than a regular card too. If you have good exhaust fans I would recommend a regular cooler and not a blower-style.

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A 320W blower card is never a good idea. Not even for airflow restricted case, those are no good for high power air-cooled GPUs in general

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300W gpu + blower cooler = not a great time, imo

 

though this card may be built different so... look for reviews online?

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14 minutes ago, sevenup said:

Hello, there are finally some 3080's appearing in the Swiss market.

One of them the Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3080. Appart from some information on ASUS website i couldnt find any benchmark, thermals and noise.

Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3080 - 10GB

Do any of you guys have any info? Is it a good idea to use it in a case with great airflow, according Asus its made for restricted airflow. Will this be a handicap?

 

Thanks

my gf gave me her old 3060 , she bought a 3080 , and im getting low to acceptable noise levels , not too loud tho , its only loud under a load higher than %80 , there might be some coil whine coming from it but thats normal , but yes overall bench=cant rlly tell , thermals=70-72c , noise is around 20-30 db , this is from what i know

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2 minutes ago, LTT_fanboy said:

my gf gave me her old 3060 , she bought a 3080 , and im getting low to acceptable noise levels , not too loud tho , its only loud under a load higher than %80 , there might be some coil whine coming from it but thats normal , but yes overall bench=cant rlly tell , thermals=70-72c , noise is around 20-30 db , this is from what i know

Is your blower-style though? Or does it have regular fans?
Edit: This is a video I watched on the different types of coolers 

 

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As someone who has 3 Asus turbos, they are loud and will only get louder.

It's designed to run at like 83C all the time.

Skip it if you can.

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blower style card avoid if you can.

 

i mean think about it, it has an enclosure and 1 fan, itll be hot as hell and just keep getting hotter probably.

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1 hour ago, Jurrunio said:

A 320W blower card is never a good idea. Not even for airflow restricted case, those are no good for high power air-cooled GPUs in general

Nvidia actually cancelled the production of all blower style RTX 3090s after Asus and MSI both revealed their cooler designs. They have that power I guess. 

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1 minute ago, Nathanpete said:

Nvidia actually cancelled the production of all blower style RTX 3090s after Asus and MSI both revealed their cooler designs. They have that power I guess. 

Eh guess that means companies that think 3 or even 3.5 slot graphics cards are fine did not evolve the blowers to that thickness.

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1 hour ago, sevenup said:

i couldnt find any benchmark, thermals and noise

  • Slow (if thermal throttling)
  • Hot
  • Loud

 

skip if you can 🙂

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1 hour ago, Cool_Evlo said:

Is your blower-style though?

mine is blower style , kinda like a quadro or titan. my gf's new 3080 has fans , but the blower gets hot (under 80-100% load)

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Lian Li pc-o11dw 

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stock cooling fans
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Stay away, my 1060 turbo ran at 80c full load and only gets hotter recently.

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