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RTX 2070 vs GTX 1080

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2 hours ago, subrooz said:

appreciate the personal input, im leaning towards the 1080 it seems

My first card with blower fan was Zotac GTX 560

ZOTAC GTX 560 SE Photo

It was terrible, in games it was sitting on 83-85° & was very loud like a jet plane. Eventually I gave it to my friend where it even went to 90-95° and then died as far as I remember correctly.
Another blower fan card which I had was reference GTX 780 TI
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It was another "Stove". In games it was sitting on 85° at first, but later it also got worse degrees reaching more than 90° & throttling was starting. I applied new thermal paste to it, but it didn't help (also did same to that GTX 560 and didn't help it too). I had to setup fan for faster RPM to let it at least get back to 85-87°, but again it was still so loud like another jet plane. If I wanted to play at night with lower sound as others were sleeping, it was impossible & giving me more irritation. Eventually, I sold it with very cheap price & warned it's future owner of temperature issues and gave him advice as well to use fan curve to avoid overheating. After that, I added more money on the top of that money and bought Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1, which has 3 fans. It's coolest and most silent card I have ever had. And one thing I know for sure - will never ever buy card with blower fan!

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hey yall i made a post similar to this not to long ago but now that its out id like some opinions,

 

In my area, the new ASUS Turbo RTX 2070 is only $50 extra than the average GTX 1080. 

 

The other RTX 2070's are over $200 more than the ASUS Turbo edition, and I'm def not even considering those retarded price tags, but I was wondering if this one seems like a decent deal considering i was originally going for a GTX 1080 anyways.

From what I've seen the ASUS Turbo RTX 2070 looks somewhat decent, but what do yall think? 

 

((I also want to point out incase anyone suggests that the GTX 1080TI's are still insanely high here, and even the used ones are high, so that option is out of reach.))

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depends on what 1080 you can get. Not a fan of buying features (not performance) you can't use right now because who knows when will that happen, so as long as the 1080s arent terrible I'd prefer those.

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personally i would spend 100$ extra for a similar model of the 2070 compared to a 1080.

If it's more than that i'd say skip and get a decent 1080.

 

EDIT: don't be misslead though the turbo asus is a blower card and it's trash as trash can be...this will be running hot and loud under any circumstances...personally i wouldn't consider this one as i would want something better for cooling and noise.

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I would probably get the 2070 if its only 50$ more. the blower style cards kinda cheap out on cooling though and run louder and a bit hotter than dual fan cards 

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1 hour ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

EDIT: don't be misslead though the turbo asus is a blower card and it's trash as trash can be...this will be running hot and loud under any circumstances...personally i wouldn't consider this one as i would want something better for cooling and noise.

i saw guru 3d do a review on the Turbo RTX 2070 and they mentioned on the website that the cooling was average at best, temps would reach around 75 degrees whilst gaming and it made a little bit of noise, so thats why im a little torn. It sounds like they've improved the cooling abit compared to the previous turbo cards, but still not enough for peace of mind

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I would go with GTX 1080, because that Asus has blower fan which is loud and hot (can tell from my experience - had 2 cards with that style of cooling and they both were horrible. Currently have 3 fans card and it's very silent and cool [never goes beyond 65° in games]).

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18 minutes ago, J.b091 said:

I would go with GTX 1080, because that Asus has blower fan which is loud and hot (can tell from my experience - had 2 cards with that style of cooling and they both were horrible. Currently have 3 fans card and it's very silent and cool [never goes beyond 65° in games]).

appreciate the personal input, im leaning towards the 1080 it seems

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2 hours ago, subrooz said:

appreciate the personal input, im leaning towards the 1080 it seems

My first card with blower fan was Zotac GTX 560

ZOTAC GTX 560 SE Photo

It was terrible, in games it was sitting on 83-85° & was very loud like a jet plane. Eventually I gave it to my friend where it even went to 90-95° and then died as far as I remember correctly.
Another blower fan card which I had was reference GTX 780 TI
Image result for gtx 780 ti

It was another "Stove". In games it was sitting on 85° at first, but later it also got worse degrees reaching more than 90° & throttling was starting. I applied new thermal paste to it, but it didn't help (also did same to that GTX 560 and didn't help it too). I had to setup fan for faster RPM to let it at least get back to 85-87°, but again it was still so loud like another jet plane. If I wanted to play at night with lower sound as others were sleeping, it was impossible & giving me more irritation. Eventually, I sold it with very cheap price & warned it's future owner of temperature issues and gave him advice as well to use fan curve to avoid overheating. After that, I added more money on the top of that money and bought Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1, which has 3 fans. It's coolest and most silent card I have ever had. And one thing I know for sure - will never ever buy card with blower fan!

Image result for gtx 1070 g1

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IMHO I personally would go for the 1080. Paying 50 bucks extra just because of features that's not implemented yet is bullshit and nVidia/retailers asking for absurd prices is biggest bullturd ever. I was waiting for the 2080Ti and instead of that, I got a 1080Ti, Gigabyte Auros 1080Ti and very cool and silent. Gaming on 1440p will result the temps in being lower. For me it has been not more than 62C but that depends on the game of course. 2080Ti: 1400 fucking euros... Aorus 1080Ti: 680 euros.

 

And even if Asus improved their blower shit, I still woulnd't go for a blower. You gotta keep that expensive shit cool and silent!

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Thanks yall, i'm sold on the 1080 it looks like haha, the blower sounds too much of a hassle and not worth.

 

It's seriously depressing how the RTX 2070 on average is $1100 here in Australia, and our GTX 1080TI's are around $1100 as well (yet it run better than the 2070 lol)

 

Seriously fuck nvidia, their pricing is all over the place, but unfortunately they're the only ones making decent cards lol so we pretty much got no choice

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29 minutes ago, subrooz said:

Thanks yall, i'm sold on the 1080 it looks like haha, the blower sounds too much of a hassle and not worth.

 

It's seriously depressing how the RTX 2070 on average is $1100 here in Australia, and our GTX 1080TI's are around $1100 as well (yet it run better than the 2070 lol)

 

Seriously fuck nvidia, their pricing is all over the place, but unfortunately they're the only ones making decent cards lol so we pretty much got no choice

It looks like the prices are completely out of balance! WTF?? 2070 being slower than 1080Ti and still equally priced?? Wow, even the aliens won't wanna conquer the planet Earth because humanity has become mentally ill retarded. Here in Netherlands prices are very shit too and asking 959 euros for a fucking 2070! I think their brain surgery failed big time.

 

If only AMD gets their shit together and actually tackle the high-end segment. I also doubt it's nVidia. When mining became very popular, retailers cranked the prices through next galaxies and it stood that way for more than a year. Since then the greed got infected like the pest and we got pested by the pest.

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1 minute ago, CTR640 said:

It looks like the prices are completely out of balance! WTF?? 2070 being slower than 1080Ti and still equally priced?? Wow, even the aliens won't wanna conquer the planet Earth because humanity has become mentally ill retarded. Here in Netherlands prices are very shit too and asking 959 euros for a fucking 2070! I think their brain surgery failed big time.

 

If only AMD gets their shit together and actually tackle the high-end segment. I also doubt it's nVidia. When mining became very popular, retailers cranked the prices through next galaxies and it stood that way for more than a year. Since then the greed got infected like the pest and we got pested by the pest.

So true bro! It's actually so insane how much these retailers are fucking with us, the prices up in the Netherlands sounds just as bad as well holy shit.

And you're def right, we need competition from AMD asap, otherwise Nvidia is going to continue monopolizing the GPU scene, and that's going to be shitty for us consumers.

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17 minutes ago, subrooz said:

So true bro! It's actually so insane how much these retailers are fucking with us, the prices up in the Netherlands sounds just as bad as well holy shit.

And you're def right, we need competition from AMD asap, otherwise Nvidia is going to continue monopolizing the GPU scene, and that's going to be shitty for us consumers.

2080Ti is here 1400 euros and above on some webstores. That's literally my entire PC I build in 2014 with i7 4770, GTX780, 16GB RAM WITH Windows7 OEM. Can you imagine?? If only consoles comes with official support for keyboard and mouse, then I can finally move over to console to play the damn exlusives with keyboard and mouse. For modding I use the PC like GTA modding. Imagine if consoles would get official support for every mouse and keyboard! nVidia would lose! Also Intel would lose too. I really don't understand why the consoles never supports them officially.

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