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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB GAMING X TRIO - £647.93 @ CCL Ebay
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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB GAMING X TRIO - £647.93 @ CCL Ebay

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Posted 4th Feb

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This card is £698.88 on sale with many retailers, but if you use the code PAMPER14 on the eBay listing linked it reduces it to £647.93. Which is just over a £50 saving. I just thought this was worth posting as It is a good deal for a beast of a card like that.




MSI GEFORCE RTX 2080 SUPER GAMING X TRIO TURING GRAPHICS CARD

RTX 2080 SUPER GAMING X TRIO

FEATURES

TORX FAN 3.0
Award-winning fan design combining two different fin designs for cool & quiet gaming.

TRI-FROZR THERMAL DESIGN
Using three of the award-winning TORX Fans 3.0, Tri-Frozr is the pinnacle of air cooling.

CUSTOM PCB
An optimized PCB design with enhanced power delivery provides a solid base for high performance gaming.

ZERO FROZR
Eliminates fan noise by stopping the fans in low-load situations so you can focus on your game.

RGB MYSTIC LIGHT
Customise colours and LED effects with exclusive MSI software and synchronize the look & feel with other components.

MASTERY OF AERODYNAMICS
Using groundbreaking aerodynamic techniques, the heatsink is optimized for efficient heat dissipation.

OC PERFORMANCE
MSI OC graphics cards are equipped with higher clock speeds out of the box for increased performance.

MSI AFTERBURNER
The ultimate overclocking software with advanced control options and real-time hardware monitor.

SPECIFICATIONS

Model Name - GeForce® RTX 2080 SUPERTM GAMING X TRIO

Graphics Processing Unit - NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2080 SUPER

Interface - PCI Express x16 3.0

Cores - 3072 Units

Core Clock - Boost: 1845 MHz

Memory Speed - 15.5 Gpbs

Memory - 8GDDR6

Memory Bus - 256-bit

Output - DisplayPort x 3 / HDMI 2.0b x 1 / Type-C x1

HDCP Support - 2.2

Power consumption - 250 W

Power connectors - 8-pin x 2

Recommended PSU - 650 W

Card Dimension(mm) - 328 x 140 x 56.5

Weight (Card / Package) - 1531g / 2345g

DirectX Version Support - 12 API

OpenGL Version Support - 4.5

Multi-GPU Technology - NVIDIA® NVLINKTM (SLI-Ready), 2-way

Maximum Displays - 5

VR Ready - Yes

G-SYNCTM technology - Yes

Adaptive Vertical Sync - Yes

Digital Maximum Resolution - 7680 x 4320

CONNECTIONS

DisplayPort

HDMI

USB Type-C
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Think i'd rather overclock a 2070 super / 5700xt and pocket the £200-£250. The 2080 super is just not a good buy imho.
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This better be the ti for this price
Qq12121204/02/2020 16:39

This better be the ti for this price


It's not far behind by few %. Most sensible buy at the moment would be 2070s or rx5700 xt.
Think i'd rather overclock a 2070 super / 5700xt and pocket the £200-£250. The 2080 super is just not a good buy imho.
jordantr04/02/2020 17:15

It's not far behind by few %. Most sensible buy at the moment would be …It's not far behind by few %. Most sensible buy at the moment would be 2070s or rx5700 xt.


Completely agree, I have a 2080 super and I don't really need that performance. Imo maxing out games is foolish, they look great on high itself. Plus I play esports 70% of the time so I don't really need it (someone pls buy my zotac 2080 super for £550
jordantr04/02/2020 17:15

It's not far behind by few %. Most sensible buy at the moment would be …It's not far behind by few %. Most sensible buy at the moment would be 2070s or rx5700 xt.


The used 1080ti market is pretty good as well, can bag one for 450 ish atm
jordantr04/02/2020 17:15

It's not far behind by few %. Most sensible buy at the moment would be …It's not far behind by few %. Most sensible buy at the moment would be 2070s or rx5700 xt.


I don't see a market for a 2080 when the 2070 and 5700 xt are better price for performance.

Don't start me on the ti...
gowf04/02/2020 18:29

The used 1080ti market is pretty good as well, can bag one for 450 ish atm


Every day I would go with new rx5700 xt instead 1080ti. Ecual performance, but the gpu is new, less heat if we are talking about aib and amd drivers will give some extra performance. In fact it already game nearly 10% after release.
jordantr04/02/2020 19:10

Every day I would go with new rx5700 xt instead 1080ti. Ecual performance, …Every day I would go with new rx5700 xt instead 1080ti. Ecual performance, but the gpu is new, less heat if we are talking about aib and amd drivers will give some extra performance. In fact it already game nearly 10% after release.


So many reports of poor AMD driver quality - crashes, BSODs, etc. - is what's stopping me. £50 more for a 2070 Super that gives me no headaches for 3-4 years might be worth it.
Parallax04/02/2020 19:18

So many reports of poor AMD driver quality - crashes, BSODs, etc. - is …So many reports of poor AMD driver quality - crashes, BSODs, etc. - is what's stopping me. £50 more for a 2070 Super that gives me no headaches for 3-4 years might be worth it.


I do own rx5700 xt. Haven't experienced neither of them. As stable as my previous gtx 1070. Had some stuttering problems at first on csgo but it has gone since I uninstalled msi afterburner.
jordantr04/02/2020 19:27

I do own rx5700 xt. Haven't experienced neither of them. As stable as my …I do own rx5700 xt. Haven't experienced neither of them. As stable as my previous gtx 1070. Had some stuttering problems at first on csgo but it has gone since I uninstalled msi afterburner.


Yes, many people have zero issues. But then a fair number - even considering people come to the internet to complain rather than praise - have a ton of problems. And there are a lot more posts from people trying to resolve driver problems with AMD than there are about Nvidia 20x0 devices, despite a lot more of the latter being sold. So I'm glad yours works for you, but the cost/benefit ratio isn't there for me yet.
Parallax04/02/2020 19:45

Yes, many people have zero issues. But then a fair number - even …Yes, many people have zero issues. But then a fair number - even considering people come to the internet to complain rather than praise - have a ton of problems. And there are a lot more posts from people trying to resolve driver problems with AMD than there are about Nvidia 20x0 devices, despite a lot more of the latter being sold. So I'm glad yours works for you, but the cost/benefit ratio isn't there for me yet.


I was between them two, went with amd since really wanted to give them a chance. I'm glad I did. Another factor was I own aw2518hf monitor, even though it works with gsync just fine I wanted to run a native freesync. However I don't notice the difference from gsync compatible, both works fine. Ray tracing is still in its infancy, didn't bother with this for now. My two cents.
gowf04/02/2020 18:29

The used 1080ti market is pretty good as well, can bag one for 450 ish atm


gtx 1080ti is a good buy now if RTX is not of interest which it should not be until Nvidias next gen cards come out later this year.
jordantr04/02/2020 19:27

I do own rx5700 xt. Haven't experienced neither of them. As stable as my …I do own rx5700 xt. Haven't experienced neither of them. As stable as my previous gtx 1070. Had some stuttering problems at first on csgo but it has gone since I uninstalled msi afterburner.


AMD have become very good at making Drivers better. They had to it was costing them to much in lost sales.
Jacinto_Fernandes04/02/2020 17:58

Completely agree, I have a 2080 super and I don't really need that …Completely agree, I have a 2080 super and I don't really need that performance. Imo maxing out games is foolish, they look great on high itself. Plus I play esports 70% of the time so I don't really need it (someone pls buy my zotac 2080 super for £550


But the 2070 Super are price ranged at £550, how much did you buy it for?
BobbyUK05/02/2020 10:24

But the 2070 Super are price ranged at £550, how much did you buy it for?


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ZaGaZ05/02/2020 12:11

Swap you for my 1080


+ cash, why not? Offer me
BobbyUK05/02/2020 16:56

What u gonna get once u get rid of it?


Would be looking for trades but probably a high end 5700 and Flash it.
BobbyUK05/02/2020 18:00

Ahh, which brand would you recommend for the 5700xt?


You can flash any 5700 to XT but has to be the same make and model. If you want to do this get a solid model like the Saphire nitros or red devil's
sagman7604/02/2020 17:18

Think i'd rather overclock a 2070 super / 5700xt and pocket the …Think i'd rather overclock a 2070 super / 5700xt and pocket the £200-£250. The 2080 super is just not a good buy imho.


Each to their own, you get what you pay for.
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