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    MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    Yeh this is making my purchase of a Vega 64 a few weeks ago seem very sensible. When you look at the cost to upgrade being just over £300 (sold old card) Vs the 2080 at around £650 total cost with merely a 20-25% performance advantage for that at the resolutions I play at...

    For once I don't feel like I've been conned by the market!

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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    Similar position for me to the above. Upgraded from a 1070 to an MSI 1080 TI Gaming X (bought at a decent price in a one day sale). Got a good price for my old card, so cost to upgrade was only around £300, The 2080 TI are good cards, but the price makes my eyes water. Also pointless if you don't game at 4k really as well (which I don't...QHD).
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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    No difference i think in power consumption. Nvidia you took it too far now with the power. 363?

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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    I just don't see the 4K performance of these cards as anything special, at all.

    If you look at the benchmarks in current games the 2080Ti only has about a 10-15fps overhead when maintaining a locked 60fps.

    If that's all the overhead they've got in current games then I cant see them having much hope of maintaining a 60fps lock in games going in to 2019 & 2020.

    Not much of a lifespan for a £1200 investment.

    If you're going to spend that much on a card you'd be FAR more sensible to wait until the 7nm cards drop this time next year, they will have a genuine generational uplift in performance and last far longer than these stop-gap Turing cards.

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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    I just don't see the 4K performance of these cards as anything special, at all.

    If you look at the benchmarks in current games the 2080Ti only has about a 10-15fps overhead when maintaining a locked 60fps.

    If that's all the overhead they've got in current games then I cant see them having much hope of maintaining a 60fps lock in games going in to 2019 & 2020.

    Not much of a lifespan for a £1200 investment.

    If you're going to spend that much on a card you'd be FAR more sensible to wait until the 7nm cards drop this time next year, they will have a genuine generational uplift in performance and last far longer than these stop-gap Turing cards.
    Yup. 1080Tis are an absolute steal at the current price. Hell I paid £720 (was supposed to be 700, cheeky buggers tacked on 20 quid simply for holding it for an hour. Aria, you've got some massive stones) and it's still a steal.

    Sure I can't max out every setting, but considering how little difference those top whack settings make, especially at 4K, I'll take a 1080Ti for literally half the price of a 2080Ti.

    That still genuinely makes me laugh too. Doubling the cost for a measly 40%. You know that South Park thing about Comcast, and them ripping you off, and you not being able to do anything, while they stand there rubbing their nips ? Yeah, Nvidia definitely did a "hold my beer" on that.

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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    Yup. 1080Tis are an absolute steal at the current price. Hell I paid £720 (was supposed to be 700, cheeky buggers tacked on 20 quid simply for holding it for an hour. Aria, you've got some massive stones) and it's still a steal.

    Sure I can't max out every setting, but considering how little difference those top whack settings make, especially at 4K, I'll take a 1080Ti for literally half the price of a 2080Ti.

    That still genuinely makes me laugh too. Doubling the cost for a measly 40%. You know that South Park thing about Comcast, and them ripping you off, and you not being able to do anything, while they stand there rubbing their nips ? Yeah, Nvidia definitely did a "hold my beer" on that.
    Aye, There's a 1080Ti on pre-order for £580 which is exactly the same value proposition (based on aggregated real world benches and the price I paid for my card) as the Vega64. Basically if you have the cash now and seeing how little the new features are going to be used, you'd be mad to not bite their hand off. The only reasons I'd not get a Ti are the seriously ageing GPU which might come back to bite you in terms of how long Nvidia will be doing driver updates (not that AMD drivers are any better - I had a right blast from the past installing them) and the recent behaviour of Nvidia towards their customers. I suspect Vega may get support for a little longer than the 1080 series given the age but the number of issues I've had with AMD drivers in my brief ownership is incredible. Never had a problem with Nvidia's aside from their "experience" program which wouldn't get out of my face.

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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    I am looking at the charts compared to previous generation and I am not impressed at all... it is not like the wheel has been re-invented yet.. proper 4K is still a myth.

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    Re: MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Duke 11G OC

    ouch very expensive

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