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Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 Ti WINDFORCE 11G Fan  £965.82 Amazon
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Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 Ti WINDFORCE 11G Fan £965.82 Amazon

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Posted 10th MayEdited by:"smuddybuddy20"
Still an overpriced card, don't get me wrong, but looks like a sound deal for a decent RTX 2080 Ti. Building a new ITX case shortly, I'm strictly limited to a 2-slot card and the Gigabyte Windforce looks like it could be amongst the best for its slot width.

A massive warning to anyone that purchased this. I just received my card. Both the box and backplate state it's the correct model but what arrived was an RTX 2070. The 1x8-pin + 1x6pin connectors are the first giveaway and my PC confirmed it when I installed. Talking with Amazon now.
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For that price I would expect it to be a 5D card, do my laundry and get my kids from school!
It’s sad to say but this is a hot deal for anyone wanting a 2080Ti.
It's a good price for that card but it's way to overpriced for what it is
Brave to post the deal......
And pray for samsung memory:)
Wow. Just wow...
It's like seeing a borderline £1000 price tag for an iPhone XS being passed off as a "deal"
I blame bitcoin miners
While it's a lot of money, there are a few points to bear in mind.
1. This is a non OC chip. A locked 300 die which does not allow mods to the PCB, meaning no higher power limits or out of the box GPU boost. On the flip side, the OC binned chips, 300A allow for AIB manufacturers to do factory overclock and unlocked power limits.
That is not to say the non A chips cannot overclock, they still can, but since the power limits are stuck at 113% iirc, the OC potential stops there. A chips on the other hand can allow flashing of other BIOS to allow higher power limits and therefore allow better OC. Your OC limit is still thermal dependent. This means no matter A chip or not, if you live in a volcano, your OC is limited through chip temps.
2. AMD Navi cards are being announced at the end of the month. While leaks suggest no competition to the 2080 Ti, it does not mean Nvidia will not be pressured to lower RTX cards to combat AMDs offerings. AMD leaks suggest competition to mid range cards, like 2060 and 2070 cards. The snowball effect of that suggests RTX reductions from those 2 cards, and consequently the 2080 Ti.
Edited by: "Triumerate" 10th May
My Issue is that I have 1080ti .... I can not justify buying a 2080ti...I am this year in the wait till the next release of cards club.

Just another six months to wait !
terrible no good very bad cooler

the fans always fail - especially the first fan

the shroud is a very poor design and gigabyte has known about this since the 970 and still hasn't fixed
Just.Wondering10/05/2019 14:31

My Issue is that I have 1080ti .... I can not justify buying a 2080ti...I …My Issue is that I have 1080ti .... I can not justify buying a 2080ti...I am this year in the wait till the next release of cards club.Just another six months to wait !


Same boat here. I've been running a used 1080Ti for a year that I paid £450 for. After previously going from 970, to 1070, to 1080 to 1080Ti (jumping on deals as prices came down and selling the old cards for profit/same price I bought them for originally), I can't see myself upgrading from the 1080Ti for another 2-3 years. I might consider a CPU/motherboard/RAM upgrade next instead...
Scottc12310/05/2019 17:34

Same boat here. I've been running a used 1080Ti for a year that I paid …Same boat here. I've been running a used 1080Ti for a year that I paid £450 for. After previously going from 970, to 1070, to 1080 to 1080Ti (jumping on deals as prices came down and selling the old cards for profit/same price I bought them for originally), I can't see myself upgrading from the 1080Ti for another 2-3 years. I might consider a CPU/motherboard/RAM upgrade next instead...


Same here, I buy and sell used PC parts for a living, I do play at 4k,but even a 2080ti will not fully give me peace of mind no hassle 60fps settings without some tweaking... But I am looking for a cheap used 2080ti ideally an EVGA for the hassle free 2nd user warranty ,but I would not pay current retail new prices.
Overpriced by £500.

Its a graphics card ffs.
Scottc12310/05/2019 17:34

Same boat here. I've been running a used 1080Ti for a year that I paid …Same boat here. I've been running a used 1080Ti for a year that I paid £450 for. After previously going from 970, to 1070, to 1080 to 1080Ti (jumping on deals as prices came down and selling the old cards for profit/same price I bought them for originally), I can't see myself upgrading from the 1080Ti for another 2-3 years. I might consider a CPU/motherboard/RAM upgrade next instead...


Much the same here. 2 x w/c 980ti and the next is CPU/motherboard RAM. Expensive leap from LGA 2011. The 2080Ti is an after thought. I went from 3 x 570 to 2 x 980 next likely 1080Ti then another later. No way a £1000 ish outlay for a card. Thumbs up for the deal tho'.
Spartan17611/05/2019 02:09

Much the same here. 2 x w/c 980ti and the next is CPU/motherboard RAM. …Much the same here. 2 x w/c 980ti and the next is CPU/motherboard RAM. Expensive leap from LGA 2011. The 2080Ti is an after thought. I went from 3 x 570 to 2 x 980 next likely 1080Ti then another later. No way a £1000 ish outlay for a card. Thumbs up for the deal tho'.


I thought SLI was dead?
A massive warning to anyone that purchased this. I just received my card. Both the box and backplate state it's the correct model but what arrived was an RTX 2070. The 1x8-pin + 1x6pin connectors are the first giveaway and my PC confirmed it when I installed. Talking with Amazon now.
Edited by: "smuddybuddy20" 13th May
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