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Msi GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti

Leak pics on msi geforce rtx 2080ti and 2080. The cards uses a triple fan cooler and a new design.

 

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I think you mean 2080...

EDIT: It was fixed

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Also that backplate is sexy af besides the giant logo

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Just to mention. 

 

The original post doesn't exactly fit Tech News guidelines. 

 

You need to add a quote from a reputable source and a link to said source while having your own opinions added. 

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>2080 Ti on the box.

 

But holy shit this is sexy!

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These are extremely easy to fabricate, nVidia would never in a million years release the 2080 Ti along side the 2080, every single one in here knows how nVidia always milks their costumers for the first 10~ish months at least before releasing the Ti variant that every one wants.

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2 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

These are extremely easy to fabricate, nVidia would never in a million years release the 2080 Ti along side the 2080, every single one in here knows how nVidia always milks their costumers for the first 10~ish months at least before releasing the Ti variant that every one wants.

But...but...WCCFTECH SAID SO!

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2 minutes ago, AluminiumTech said:

@NumLock21 Typo in title

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5 minutes ago, D13H4RD2L1V3 said:

Just to mention. 

 

The original post doesn't exactly fit Tech News guidelines. 

 

You need to add a quote from a reputable source and a link to said source while having your own opinions added. 

There is nothing to quote. It's just some pics. I like to post thing in a neutral point of view so it's why i don't post opinions most of the time. And this is the only source.

 

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27 minutes ago, NumLock21 said:

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While this is suspect for being very similar to the 1080ti version

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It's different enough that it's legitimacy is plausible. Specifically the Shroud design and the box art. Text is relatively easy to photoshop, but all that requires more skill. Though, dont AIB partner versions of the cards come out weeks after the Founders edition?

 

Also, anyone else notice the lack of DVI? It makes sense to some degree, but a bit surprising nonetheless

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26 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

These are extremely easy to fabricate, nVidia would never in a million years release the 2080 Ti along side the 2080, every single one in here knows how nVidia always milks their costumers for the first 10~ish months at least before releasing the Ti variant that every one wants.

:D

 

Ducking auto correct. 

 

But yeah, 2080ti on launch is very unlikely and that is likely just someone messing with us but that cooler design is likely what we will see and I hope it's true because it's awesome. 

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11 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

While this is suspect for being very similar to the 1080ti version

 

It's different enough that it's legitimacy is plausible. Specifically the Shroud design and the box art. Text is relatively easy to photoshop, but all that requires more skill. Though, dont AIB partner versions of the cards come out weeks after the Founders edition?

 

Also, anyone else notice the lack of DVI? It makes sense to some degree, but a bit surprising nonetheless

The RTX 2080 Ti picture is just a 3D render anyway, so could be anything, the 1080 Ti is an actual product picture.

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3 minutes ago, leadeater said:

The RTX 2080 Ti picture is just a 3D render anyway, so could be anything, the 1080 Ti is an actual product picture.

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4 minutes ago, leadeater said:

The RTX 2080 Ti picture is just a 3D render anyway, so could be anything, the 1080 Ti is an actual product picture.

Wait, there's a 1080ti with this design? 

Aww... Heck.. 

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don't need it, you hear me nvidia, I don't need it, im perfectly happy with my card, there is no reason for me to want this product, I have no need for it, no need for your gigarays and you tips, no games to utilize them anyways so I don't........noooooooo a 2080ti? I want it...why do I want it?

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4 hours ago, Princess Cadence said:

These are extremely easy to fabricate, nVidia would never in a million years release the 2080 Ti along side the 2080, every single one in here knows how nVidia always milks their costumers for the first 10~ish months at least before releasing the Ti variant that every one wants.

What he said.

 

It is extremely easy to photoshop a name onto a picture of a box. I call BS

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4 hours ago, leadeater said:

The RTX 2080 Ti picture is just a 3D render anyway, so could be anything, the 1080 Ti is an actual product picture.

Inb4 the "new" GRTX 2030. Which is just the same Fermi-era low end POS that is never allowed to die.

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10 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

While this is suspect for being very similar to the 1080ti version

 

It's different enough that it's legitimacy is plausible. Specifically the Shroud design and the box art. Text is relatively easy to photoshop, but all that requires more skill. Though, dont AIB partner versions of the cards come out weeks after the Founders edition?

 

Also, anyone else notice the lack of DVI? It makes sense to some degree, but a bit surprising nonetheless

Also, the image looks someone used a blur or light smear tool over the whole darn thing.

 

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I don't think I'm going to jump on the hype train just yet. Someone tag me when the 'leaked images' no longer look like they've been pulled from PC Building Simulator.
 

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It'd be interesting if they released those two cards at the same time. Makes you wonder if they have something even better hidden up their sleeve for their gap year, or perhaps a massive change in their next series of cards. 

On 8/17/2018 at 6:31 AM, Princess Cadence said:

These are extremely easy to fabricate, nVidia would never in a million years release the 2080 Ti along side the 2080, every single one in here knows how nVidia always milks their costumers for the first 10~ish months at least before releasing the Ti variant that every one wants.

Ahhh I dno. Anything is possible. A lot of people would have said they wouldn't be going away from the GTX nomenclature *shrug*

On 8/17/2018 at 11:27 AM, maartendc said:

What he said.

 

It is extremely easy to photoshop a name onto a picture of a box. I call BS

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