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Does the 2070 have the same issue as the 2080 Ti?

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Just a quick question... I have a EVGA 1050 Ti 4GB at the moment and i've been wanting to upgrade since just before the 20 series was released and i was hoping to get the 2080 Ti but now apparently the 2080 Ti has been dying on people and catching on fire so now im hesitant to buy it but now im considering the 2070 and i wanted to know if the 2070 possibly has the same problem? Thanks! ?

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It was specifically FE 2080ti's from what I hear. If you're that worried about it just get a non FE 2070. 


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doesn't look like the 2070 is affected by the exact problem the 2080 ti has. but there can always be new issues that come up with early adopting.

 

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47 minutes ago, Gibly said:

Just a quick question... I have a EVGA 1050 Ti 4GB at the moment and i've been wanting to upgrade since just before the 20 series was released and i was hoping to get the 2080 Ti but now apparently the 2080 Ti has been dying on people and catching on fire so now im hesitant to buy it but now im considering the 2070 and i wanted to know if the 2070 possibly has the same problem? Thanks! ?

i've heard some funny stories about the 2070 too, just avoid the FE if you are worried, or google them, there simply isn't enough buyers on the 2070 or 2080 to know for sure. I'm seeing price drops on the 2080, sales for those 2 cards are just so bad atm, make sure you get a good deal :)

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3 hours ago, Zeitec said:

It was specifically FE 2080ti's from what I hear. If you're that worried about it just get a non FE 2070. 

No dying or fire yet but there are some bsod, some with driver problems, even Nvidia has come out an admitted that they screwed up and they are trying to fix it. 

I had gotten a dead rtx 2080ti I sent it back and still waiting for my rma unit. I'd wait a little while before I get a rtx unit, but if you're going for a 2070 why not get a GTX 1080 the price and performance is about the same. 

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7 hours ago, Galion said:

No dying or fire yet but there are some bsod, some with driver problems, even Nvidia has come out an admitted that they screwed up and they are trying to fix it. 

I had gotten a dead rtx 2080ti I sent it back and still waiting for my rma unit. I'd wait a little while before I get a rtx unit, but if you're going for a 2070 why not get a GTX 1080 the price and performance is about the same. 

2070 will be supported for longer, will support DLSS, and is about 5-10% faster on average. 


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1 hour ago, Zeitec said:

2070 will be supported for longer, will support DLSS, and is about 5-10% faster on average. 

Plus in my case, 2070 costs considerably less than 1080.

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1 hour ago, Snakesrc said:

Plus in my case, 2070 costs considerably less than 1080.

I got my Gigabyte 2070 for about $20-30 less than an equivalent Gigabyte 1080.

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4 hours ago, Snakesrc said:

Plus in my case, 2070 costs considerably less than 1080.

 

3 hours ago, mlitttler89 said:

I got my Gigabyte 2070 for about $20-30 less than an equivalent Gigabyte 1080.

I see, well let's hope Nvidia doesn't screw up the 2070 as well then. I remember Steve from GN saying Nvidia is fixing the drivers so should be ok. Good luck

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