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Inno3D N20802-08D6X-1180633 GeForce RTX 2080 X2 OC 8192 MB GDDR6 - Black £530.83 @ Amazon
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Inno3D N20802-08D6X-1180633 GeForce RTX 2080 X2 OC 8192 MB GDDR6 - Black £530.83 @ Amazon

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Posted 10th Feb

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Average price is £683.14 so a very good saving. I have this exact same card and it’s a great, slightly smaller than average 2080.
7 in stock at Amazon.
Runs slightly less than 70c while playing multiplayer BFV ( I find BF titles really push hardware when it comes to multiplayer) in Ultra, 4K,60fps. I have a 2.67 K/D ratio in BFV before you mention 60fps isn’t good enough for MP games

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BobbyUK10/02/2020 15:12

U can get a 2080 super for £620 tho.


So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money you mean?
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U can get a 2080 super for £620 tho.
Have these cards generally come down after the ridiculously expensive price last year?
BobbyUK10/02/2020 15:12

U can get a 2080 super for £620 tho.


So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money you mean?
chapchap10/02/2020 15:14

So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money you mean?


True but it's already over priced, all RTX cards are.
BobbyUK10/02/2020 15:16

True but it's already over priced, all RTX cards are.


Called no competition in the high end market and can charge what they like
BobbyUK10/02/2020 15:16

True but it's already over priced, all RTX cards are.



That is true but this is 530 quid m8- the cheapest RTX 2080 around by far. I was waiting for months for AMD to release something high end but no luck Love my new Ryzen PC though so at least competition in the CPU market.
chapchap10/02/2020 15:14

So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money you mean?


If you are looking at it that way just get a 2070 super as are around £450 for basically the same performance as a 2080 non-super. 2080 are pointless these days unless you get a really good deal.
rp712210/02/2020 15:47

If you are looking at it that way just get a 2070 super as are around £450 …If you are looking at it that way just get a 2070 super as are around £450 for basically the same performance as a 2080 non-super. 2080 are pointless these days unless you get a really good deal.


2070 Super is a good option that is true. Not as fast as the 2080 though unless you overclock the 2070 Super- but then you can OC the 2080 too. Plus less CUDA,Tensor RT cores etc in the 2070.
Great "price" even if it is indeed overly priced in general due to AMD not able to catch up.
I am pretty much locked into nVidia right now due to NVENC encoding alone... come on AMD
chapchap10/02/2020 15:58

2070 Super is a good option that is true. Not as fast as the 2080 though …2070 Super is a good option that is true. Not as fast as the 2080 though unless you overclock the 2070 Super- but then you can OC the 2080 too. Plus less CUDA,Tensor RT cores etc in the 2070.


Think the point he was making is if you're ruling out the RTX 2080 super for 5-10% more performance for 18% more money, why not apply the same logic to the 2070 super vs the vanilla 2080? Quick check of some averages suggests performance difference between 5% @ 1080p, 7%@ 1440p and 8% at 4k, yet costs (taking £430 as a 'good' price you can often pick up a 2070 super for) ~ 19% more.

Personally, if I took the plunge for a vanilla 2080 instead of forking out an extra £90 for the super version I know I'd have buyers remorse. But at this stage I'm going to wait and see what the 3000 series looks like before upgrading.

Good find anyway
Edited by: "jim23k" 10th Feb
jim23k10/02/2020 17:45

Think the point he was making is if you're ruling out the RTX 2080 super …Think the point he was making is if you're ruling out the RTX 2080 super for 5-10% more performance for 18% more money, why not apply the same logic to the 2070 super vs the vanilla 2080? Quick check of some averages suggests performance difference between 5% @ 1080p, 7%@ 1440p and 8% at 4k, yet costs (taking £430 as a 'good' price you can often pick up a 2070 super for) ~ 19% more.Personally, if I took the plunge for a vanilla 2080 instead of forking out an extra £90 for the super version I know I'd have buyers remorse. But at this stage I'm going to wait and see what the 3000 series looks like before upgrading.Good find anyway



I wasn’t ruling it out so not sure your point?
chapchap10/02/2020 18:08

I wasn’t ruling it out so not sure your point?


Well, you implied it with "So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money you mean?"
jim23k10/02/2020 18:13

Well, you implied it with "So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money …Well, you implied it with "So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money you mean?"


Sorry for any confusion but that isn’t ruling anything out.
Guys chill, OP has a 2.67 kd in Battlefield, he has divine authority to determine any disputes.
jimbo00110/02/2020 18:56

Guys chill, OP has a 2.67 kd in Battlefield, he has divine authority to …Guys chill, OP has a 2.67 kd in Battlefield, he has divine authority to determine any disputes.


No disputes here m8. And no humour in your comment either
chapchap10/02/2020 18:59

No disputes here m8. And no humour in your comment either


You lie.
Not even the super.
jim23k10/02/2020 17:45

Think the point he was making is if you're ruling out the RTX 2080 super …Think the point he was making is if you're ruling out the RTX 2080 super for 5-10% more performance for 18% more money, why not apply the same logic to the 2070 super vs the vanilla 2080? Quick check of some averages suggests performance difference between 5% @ 1080p, 7%@ 1440p and 8% at 4k, yet costs (taking £430 as a 'good' price you can often pick up a 2070 super for) ~ 19% more.Personally, if I took the plunge for a vanilla 2080 instead of forking out an extra £90 for the super version I know I'd have buyers remorse. But at this stage I'm going to wait and see what the 3000 series looks like before upgrading.Good find anyway



Buying any current RTX card at this time in the cycle will give you buyers remorse.
chapchap10/02/2020 15:58

2070 Super is a good option that is true. Not as fast as the 2080 though …2070 Super is a good option that is true. Not as fast as the 2080 though unless you overclock the 2070 Super- but then you can OC the 2080 too. Plus less CUDA,Tensor RT cores etc in the 2070.


Overclock??? Lol its 2020 mate... cards boost to their limits on their own. A 2070 is literally a 2080 you couldnt tell the difference.
Weehamish11/02/2020 06:50

Overclock??? Lol its 2020 mate... cards boost to their limits on their …Overclock??? Lol its 2020 mate... cards boost to their limits on their own. A 2070 is literally a 2080 you couldnt tell the difference.


Lol - I hope for your sake you are joking.
theskillster10/02/2020 15:13

Have these cards generally come down after the ridiculously expensive …Have these cards generally come down after the ridiculously expensive price last year?


Yes because the next round of cards is round the corner, expecting announcements next month on march 5th from AMD and 23rd for Nvidia
Weehamish11/02/2020 06:50

Overclock??? Lol its 2020 mate... cards boost to their limits on their …Overclock??? Lol its 2020 mate... cards boost to their limits on their own. A 2070 is literally a 2080 you couldnt tell the difference.


You can say the same about the whole line up. 5% difference between 2060 and 2060 super, 5% between 2060 super and 2070, 5% between 2070 and 2070 super etc etc
chapchap11/02/2020 09:19

Lol - I hope for your sake you are joking.


LOL... you let me know how your +0.2fps does vrs factory boosting
Weehamish11/02/2020 12:41

LOL... you let me know how your +0.2fps does vrs factory boosting


Hahahahaha. Hope you are trying to tell a joke and not serious.
chapchap11/02/2020 13:54

Hahahahaha. Hope you are trying to tell a joke and not serious.


You do know there's 1000s of professional benchmarks online yes? Go look how much better a manually overlocked 2070 performs vrs the default built in boost. It's literally nothing. And no liquid nitrogen doesn't count. Do you even own a PC? Enjoy your +0.2fps like i said
Weehamish11/02/2020 13:57

You do know there's 1000s of professional benchmarks online yes? Go look …You do know there's 1000s of professional benchmarks online yes? Go look how much better a manually overlocked 2070 performs vrs the default built in boost. It's literally nothing. And no liquid nitrogen doesn't count. Do you even own a PC? Enjoy your +0.2fps like i said


Please stop! hahahha The way you play the ignorant loser is hilarious.

Fingers crossed you are joking.
chapchap10/02/2020 15:14

So 5-10% more performance for 18% more money you mean?


I think if you're already buying a 2080 the whole price performance thing is out of the window dude.

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12% more performance than an XT for an extra £180 quid or 50% more money (sale Nitro is £350 vs this sale 2080 at £530)
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