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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 SEA HAWK X - Liquid Cooling £599.99 at Amazon Prime / £604.48 Non Prime
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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 SEA HAWK X - Liquid Cooling £599.99 at Amazon Prime / £604.48 Non Prime

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Treating myself to a ludicrously overpowered gaming PC as a form of stress relief and this is the cheapest RTX 2080 I've seen so far.

It arrived today and I can confirm it does come with liquid cooling...if you feel the need to put your very expensive piece of delicate electronics in close proximity to water.

Anyway hope this helps someone.
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You could get a 2080 Super for a few £££ more.
Why do HUKD insist on trying to mislead people?

Clearly hasn't been £800 for a good good while, it's £60 off, not £200 off
umirza8522/11/2019 14:56

You could get a 2080 Super for a few £££ more.



This. Avoid this and get that people.
umirza8522/11/2019 14:56

You could get a 2080 Super for a few £££ more.


Link please?
tarotbarnes22/11/2019 15:10

Link please?


There's one thats even been posted on HUKD yesterday.
voicon22/11/2019 15:17

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-geforce-rtx-2080-super-ventus-xs-oc-8gb-gddr6-graphics-card-3337184


Thanks.
According to 3Dmark the super is a 6% increase in performance so I guess a 6% increase in price tallies.
ando22/11/2019 14:57

Why do HUKD insist on trying to mislead people?Clearly hasn't been £800 …Why do HUKD insist on trying to mislead people?Clearly hasn't been £800 for a good good while, it's £60 off, not £200 off


...I wasn't trying to mislead anyone: that's the RRP on the page?
tarotbarnes22/11/2019 15:34

...I wasn't trying to mislead anyone: that's the RRP on the page?


Not you, it's HUKD linking the supposed "was price"
Would rather go with this one than super. This one can sustain higher oc due to good cooling while being really quiet. I would trade 3-4% perf for lower temps and noise.
jordantr22/11/2019 16:10

Would rather go with this one than super. This one can sustain higher oc …Would rather go with this one than super. This one can sustain higher oc due to good cooling while being really quiet. I would trade 3-4% perf for lower temps and noise.



120mm aio isn't really great for such a card, my 1080 Ti has a 120 AIO and the 3 fan cooler models are just better overall. The super will also be worth a bit more come resale so really the better option to go for.
Edited by: "3anana" 22nd Nov 2019
Liquid cooling 2019 hahaha
3anana22/11/2019 16:38

120mm aio isn't really great for such a card, my 1080 Ti has a 120 AIO and …120mm aio isn't really great for such a card, my 1080 Ti has a 120 AIO and the 3 fan cooler models are just better overall. The super will also be worth a bit more come resale so really the better option to go for.


Well I had gigabyte gtx 1080 aio. It wasn't going over 60. Ant it was just radiator. This one got extra fan on the card, which helps even more.
ando22/11/2019 14:57

Why do HUKD insist on trying to mislead people?Clearly hasn't been £800 …Why do HUKD insist on trying to mislead people?Clearly hasn't been £800 for a good good while, it's £60 off, not £200 off


Well instead of berrating someone else's post.. If you could post your findings. That'd be great. If not? then "clearly" you don't seem to fathom how this site works. "HUKD" isn't some evil corporation.. It's a bunch of people helping each other save a few quid.
neur0naut23/11/2019 04:38

Well instead of berrating someone else's post.. If you could post your …Well instead of berrating someone else's post.. If you could post your findings. That'd be great. If not? then "clearly" you don't seem to fathom how this site works. "HUKD" isn't some evil corporation.. It's a bunch of people helping each other save a few quid.


I don't realise how hukd works? Over 100 deals posted and I dont understand?

I think its you who doesn't understand, every deal posted possibly generates money for Hukd, via referral links or affiliation

Do you think this site is ran for the goodness of the people who visit it?
ando23/11/2019 06:48

I don't realise how hukd works? Over 100 deals posted and I dont …I don't realise how hukd works? Over 100 deals posted and I dont understand?I think its you who doesn't understand, every deal posted possibly generates money for Hukd, via referral links or affiliationDo you think this site is ran for the goodness of the people who visit it?


Either way. The overheads for keeping the severs databases of HUKD running are likely only covered by this "possibly" generated money. The fact remains that a service is still being provided and your comment doesn't help anyone so far as posting deals go. That's all.
neur0naut23/11/2019 08:16

Either way. The overheads for keeping the severs databases of HUKD running …Either way. The overheads for keeping the severs databases of HUKD running are likely only covered by this "possibly" generated money. The fact remains that a service is still being provided and your comment doesn't help anyone so far as posting deals go. That's all.


So as long as the site keeps running it doesn't matter that some people are possibly being deceived into thinking this for instance was 800 and its now 600?
Edited by: "ando" 23rd Nov 2019
ando23/11/2019 08:32

So as long as the site keeps running it doesn't matter that some people …So as long as the site keeps running it doesn't matter that some people are possinly being deceived into thinking this for instance wss 800 and its now 600?


It's a buyers market. The choice is theirs. If not being able to discern if a price is better than RRP or not. Then so be it. Do you believe every high street shop claiming something is on sale to be an actual saving? The prices are marked. That's not a deception. You use the word "possibly" quite a bit.
neur0naut23/11/2019 09:50

It's a buyers market. The choice is theirs. If not being able to discern …It's a buyers market. The choice is theirs. If not being able to discern if a price is better than RRP or not. Then so be it. Do you believe every high street shop claiming something is on sale to be an actual saving? The prices are marked. That's not a deception. You use the word "possibly" quite a bit.


But isn't that the purpose of this site to save money?

I agree that if you buy something you should research your purchase to some degree before hand, but people should be able to trust the site, not second guess pricing.

Commenting on words I use now? Think that's where I leave the conversation, made my point.

Childish
jordantr22/11/2019 16:10

Would rather go with this one than super. This one can sustain higher oc …Would rather go with this one than super. This one can sustain higher oc due to good cooling while being really quiet. I would trade 3-4% perf for lower temps and noise.


you couldn't be more wrong.
this card is extremely loud. you can't disconnect fan that is cooling radiator and the blower fan that is cooling ram and vrm.
whenever card gets above 40degress the blower fan is getting noticeable. its poorly designed card.

gigabyte aio solution for rtx is miles better than this obsolete on msi.

had this for two weeks. sold and never looked back.
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