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RTX 2080ti owners : Are you worried?

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With all those cards crapping out...getting BSOD...locked at low clockspeed etc.

Are you worried about your cards going faulty on you?

I want to have a pulse of what's going on inside users minds...

thanks for your imput!

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As with every other issue spread on the internet it has been blown way out of proportion.

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3 minutes ago, Enderman said:

As with every other issue spread on the internet it has been blown way out of proportion.

oooo i would disagree on that...there is an increasingly alarming number of users reporting major issues all over reddit, youtube, facebook etc.

 

Even gamersnexus has a fuc'd up 2080ti

 

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Just now, i_build_nanosuits said:

oooo i would disagree on that...there is an increasingly alarming number of users reporting major issues all over reddit, youtube, facebook etc.

thats a horrible way to find out reliability. People don't talk about their working gpus, only the broken ones. 

 

Do you have good numbers on this?

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1 minute ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

oooo i would disagree on that...there is an increasingly alarming number of users reporting major issues all over reddit, youtube, facebook etc.

from GN on this, their industry contacts hasn't seen out of the ordinary number of RMA requests.

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@Electronics Wizardy @Enderman

 

Don't need to look really far...youtube is full of these videos now:

 

Space invader RTX mode enabled:

 

 

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5 minutes ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

oooo i would disagree on that...there is an increasingly alarming number of users reporting major issues all over reddit, youtube, facebook etc.

 

Even gamersnexus has a fuc'd up 2080ti

Yeah, what do you expect when hundreds of thousands of people buy literally ALL the stock that's available before the cards were even released...

More cards = more failures/issues.

As with literally every other product on the market.

Of course youtubers are going to make 10 videos each on it because that's what pays the bills.

 

3 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

from GN on this, their industry contacts hasn't seen out of the ordinary number of RMA requests.

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2 minutes ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

Don't need to look really far...youtube is full of these videos now:

 

Space invader RTX mode enabled:

just cause there is a youtube video or a few doesn't mean its common.

 

Do you have good numbers on this? Youtube videos are a horrible sample.

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ALRIGHT so people who do not own RTX 2080ti AREN'T worried about it...fine.

Now, as the title said,...actuall people who paid stupid amount of money for this, are you worried?

cause that's the point of this thread.

 

1 minute ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

just cause there is a youtube video or a few doesn't mean its common.

 

Do you have good numbers on this? Youtube videos are a horrible sample.

Not the point of this thread.thanks!

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17 minutes ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

@Electronics Wizardy @Enderman

 

Don't need to look really far...youtube is full of these videos now:

 

Space invader RTX mode enabled:

It's almost as if you have forgotten what happens pretty much every other GPU release...?

Plenty of issues almost every release.

 

A lot of them are from people who's OS hasn't been clean installed in a long time and has some strange behaviour with the new hardware, sometimes a person doesn't clean install the GPU drivers properly, sometimes the drivers themselves have problems with certain hardware configurations (which is what the GN BSOD video you mentioned is about).

 

Do you not remember when the 900 series was getting black screens and sometimes corrupting the OS? That was a driver issue and was eventually patched.

Same thing happening right now, it is mainly multi-monitor configurations causing problems.

 

 

The only real issue with the cards that I've heard about is VRM (or was it vram?) running too hot and causing artifacting and failures on certain GPUs that don't have the heatsink contacting specific places. Remind you of anything? amd 200 series maybe?

 

Other than that, it's just the regular amount of software issues that eventually get fixed by a clean install of the GPU drivers/OS or by an eventual driver update from nvidia.

 

 

Typical viral "huge issue!11!1!" spread on the internet.

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1 hour ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

ALRIGHT so people who do not own RTX 2080ti AREN'T worried about it...fine.

Now, as the title said,...actuall people who paid stupid amount of money for this, are you worried?

cause that's the point of this thread.

 

Not the point of this thread.thanks!

nope. i got mine for cheap. if space invaders show up i'm just gonna rma, ask for an upgrade to ftw, and that'll be that, ill just sit on a 1060 or 970 for a few more weeks playing less intensive backlogs. 

 

tech jesus has confirmed that the RTX cards does not like gsync on some monitors and does not like duo monitors while gaming. I'm hoping the space invaders are 1 bad batch, and it's only on reference pcb.

 

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Have yet to see any user from LTT having bad card but my local forum had 2 faulty 2080 Ti and one 2080. 

Both Ti's is FE and 2080 is MSI Duke.

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So far, my Palit card is working as expected, with boost clock at up to 2010MHz....even if my card were to go belly up, I'm covered with 3 years of warranty

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I have to add, instead of editing on original post, my second monitor flashes once every 2 minutes or so probably due to the duo monitor thing, no issue with gaming at all so far, idles 50C with fans off, doesnt hit 70 on load (nvm just noticed the fan curve was at 100% approaching 70C)

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I'm not worried.  It seems to be affecting mostly FE cards and similar,  I have not seen hardly any custom PCB cards having issues.  The card is a monster.

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3 hours ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

With all those cards crapping out...getting BSOD...locked at low clockspeed etc.

Are you worried about your cards going faulty on you?

I want to have a pulse of what's going on inside users minds...

thanks for your imput!

Hmm you want to know what's in my mind about the rtx 2080ti......

Here *opens up skull*

Die, die, die you damn 2080tis that's all you do!!!! When I get you back from Steve you're going to be sold off after nvidia fixes you

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4 hours ago, Enderman said:

It's almost as if you have forgotten what happens pretty much every other GPU release...?

Plenty of issues almost every release.

 

A lot of them are from people who's OS hasn't been clean installed in a long time and has some strange behaviour with the new hardware, sometimes a person doesn't clean install the GPU drivers properly, sometimes the drivers themselves have problems with certain hardware configurations (which is what the GN BSOD video you mentioned is about).

 

Do you not remember when the 900 series was getting black screens and sometimes corrupting the OS? That was a driver issue and was eventually patched.

Same thing happening right now, it is mainly multi-monitor configurations causing problems.

 

 

The only real issue with the cards that I've heard about is VRM (or was it vram?) running too hot and causing artifacting and failures on certain GPUs that don't have the heatsink contacting specific places. Remind you of anything? amd 200 series maybe?

 

Other than that, it's just the regular amount of software issues that eventually get fixed by a clean install of the GPU drivers/OS or by an eventual driver update from nvidia.

 

 

Typical viral "huge issue!11!1!" spread on the internet.

This does seems like a huge issue compared to the 900 series, cards getting artifacts just after short use, clocks freezing,failing VRM's, a $1,000+ gpu not working with an $800+ Gsync monitor? Thats a really rough launch on top of people pre-ordering these 2080Ti's to only have their orders delayed. Its disappointing that the 1080Ti's are being discontinued since those work out of the box.

 

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26 minutes ago, Blademaster91 said:

This does seems like a huge issue compared to the 900 series, cards getting artifacts just after short use, clocks freezing,failing VRM's, a $1,000+ gpu not working with an $800+ Gsync monitor? Thats a really rough launch on top of people pre-ordering these 2080Ti's to only have their orders delayed. Its disappointing that the 1080Ti's are being discontinued since those work out of the box.

 

Clearly you were not around when the 900 series launched...

People made a massive deal about a slow .5GB of vram.

Eventually the internet forgets about it, they just like jumping on the drama.

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15 minutes ago, Enderman said:

Clearly you were not around when the 900 series launched...

People made a massive deal about a slow .5GB of vram.

Eventually the internet forgets about it, they just like jumping on the drama.

 

43 minutes ago, Blademaster91 said:

This does seems like a huge issue compared to the 900 series, cards getting artifacts just after short use, clocks freezing,failing VRM's, a $1,000+ gpu not working with an $800+ Gsync monitor? Thats a really rough launch on top of people pre-ordering these 2080Ti's to only have their orders delayed. Its disappointing that the 1080Ti's are being discontinued since those work out of the box.

 

i'd say the 970 felt worse, coilwhine on alot of them, (i did not return mine with coil whine, great overclocker) 3.5gb ram, and they'd have more people buying the 970 compared to the 2080 ti, naturally more complaints, the ONLY issue with the RTX series is the space invaders showing up (ram), if nvidia did confirm the issue they'd likely have to deal with samsung as people would stay away from micron cards. The issue can very well be solved already with tighter binning on the gddr6. It could be limited to one batch of cards, fingers crossed. 

 

PS i can't believe the most recent driver is nearly a month old WTF nvidia.

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I am worried by the fact people are actually paying 1200 dollars for a consumer GPU. If this becomes the standard for high end cards I'm done.

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Nope! mine already died :D 

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8 hours ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

Don't need to look really far...youtube is full of these videos now:

That's people people are profiting on the drama, this is normal... YouTube follows trends that people are into so they can cash in that sweet ad money.

 

I'm not one bit worried as my card has been working 100% fine with no signals of any issue for almost a month now.

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It's the G-Sync dysplay causing issues, essentially drivers aren't optimised for it (IRONY), and we're getting BSODs related to driver issues. I turned G-Sync off and high refresh and boom, no more BSODs.

 

I e-mailed Steve from GamersNexus and he thanked me for the input. I'll still checking for other things that may cause BSODs and stuff however.

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1st Loop: 4x 480mm XE CoolStream radiators and 1x 240mm XE Coolstream radiator with 1x Revo D5 RGB pump and 1x Rajintek Antila D5 Evo RGB pump for CPU only cooling with 2x Koolance QDC3, red coolant.

2nd Loop: 4x 480mm XE CoolStream radiators and 1x 240mm XE Coolstream radiator with 1x Revo D5 RGB pump and 1x Rajintek Antila D5 Evo RGB pump for CPU only cooling with 2x Koolance QDC3, purple coolant.

Total: 4x pumps and 10x radiators.

Keyboard: Razer BlackWidow V3 RGB - Green switches.

Sound: Logitech Z680 5.1 THX Certified 505W Speakers.

Mouse: Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless with charging dock.

Piano: Yamaha P155.

Phone: Oppo Find X2 Pro.

Camera: Logitech C922.

VR: Oculus Rift S.

External SSD: 256GB Overclocking OS.

Laptop: Lenovo Legion 7

R7 5800H, RTX 3080 165W 16GB GDDR6 +170 core +1000 memory, 2x32GB DDR4 3200Mhz CL22, 165Hz display 2560x1600 HDR 500nit G-SYNC + FreeSync, 4x 1TB 510 Seagate Firecuda NVMe(2x in Inateck Active enclosure), 2x 1TB Crucial P5 NVMe SSDs (2x in Inateck Active enclosure) (6TB total), 750GB portable SSDs, AX210 WiFi, with Tobii facial locking security camera, and 3x External 240GB SSDs, and 6x Electriq 1080P IPS USB-C 15'8 inch portable displays (only 2 in use).

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1 hour ago, TheNaitsyrk said:

It's the G-Sync dysplay causing issues, essentially drivers aren't optimised for it (IRONY), and we're getting BSODs related to driver issues. I turned G-Sync off and high refresh and boom, no more BSODs.

 

I e-mailed Steve from GamersNexus and he thanked me for the input. I'll still checking for other things that may cause BSODs and stuff however.

Well my card is also with Steve and mine is even better then yours 

It died in my display system just displaying Battlefield 1

I just hope Steve can find the problem then I'm going to RMA it. 

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Budget 1080p System (RGB) https://pcpartpicker.com/list/7v2Lmq - (this build comes with two free games with the RX 570) 

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4 hours ago, xg32 said:

 

i'd say the 970 felt worse, coilwhine on alot of them, (i did not return mine with coil whine, great overclocker) 3.5gb ram, and they'd have more people buying the 970 compared to the 2080 ti, naturally more complaints, the ONLY issue with the RTX series is the space invaders showing up (ram), if nvidia did confirm the issue they'd likely have to deal with samsung as people would stay away from micron cards. The issue can very well be solved already with tighter binning on the gddr6. It could be limited to one batch of cards, fingers crossed. 

 

PS i can't believe the most recent driver is nearly a month old WTF nvidia.

I had a Gigabyte gtx 970 with some annoying coil whine, but it worked fine for the 2 years i had mine. Nvidia needs to get a driver update out to fix the gsync bug, i'd be kinda annoyed if a $1,200 card weren't optimized for it.  Although if the VRAM issue is down to the gddr6 and not a bug in the gpu I couldn't really blame Nvidia since gddr6 is new and could just be an early batch of ram.

4 hours ago, Enderman said:

Clearly you were not around when the 900 series launched...

People made a massive deal about a slow .5GB of vram.

Eventually the internet forgets about it, they just like jumping on the drama.

That gtx 970 argument i was around for, IIRC it was kinda over blown for most use cases of it as a 1080P card the .5GB of VRAM didn't get used or at least not very often.

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