Three's Company Too ... or Furley's 2080 TI roundup

Subject: Graphics Cards | October 11, 2018 - 07:03 PM |
Tagged: gigabyte, GAMING OC 11G, duke, MSI TRIO, rtx 2080ti

Three custom RTX 2080 Ti cards and a single Founders Edition is not a huge roundup but it is early days yet and well worth a look.  As more third party cards arrive we will see larger sample sizes but for now take a look at the performance deltas between the FE, Gigabyte GAMING OC 11G, MSI DUKE and the MSI TRIO.  There are noticeable differences, but not in every scenario; check out the full review to see which card best matches your preference in games or synthetic benchmarks over at The Guru of 3D.

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"In this article, we look at the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, and in specific the GAMING OC 11G edition. Armed with tensor and raytracing processors this model comes slightly tweaked in the clock frequency."

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October 12, 2018 | 02:19 AM - Posted by collie

Oh shit son, that title's an OLD AS DUCK reference. Thanks for reminding me of my age.

October 13, 2018 | 08:19 PM - Posted by ThoseTimesThingsWentSkywardInUnwantedWays (not verified)

Yes and like the Times of that 3's TV show this SKU represents a Nvidia period of Stagflation where performance stagnates relative to the price inflation that busts right on through the rafters and heads on up into interstellar space!

Oh those wonder years of Stagination + Inflation that became stagflation and this SKU brings back all of those memories rather nicely.

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