RTX 3080 trumps 2080ti by a whopping margin

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  1. Tyranus07

    Tyranus07 Notebook Evangelist

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    Is your 2080Ti shunt modded? Power modifying a 2080 Ti releases it's true power
     
  2. JRE84

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    i'll be hoest under 25 is stutter for me 30 feels ok 60 feels great but i can live with 40-50
     
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    This 2080Ti is not shunt modded anymore. It was but I have desoldered the 8 Ohm resistors since water cooling it. I have a 380 watt Galax bios that I run. And on watercooling running about 40-42C it pulls very little power in most applications.

    I have owned (4) 2080Ti’s, and If you have a NON-A then you must shunt mod the GPU. Stacking 8 Ohm resistors on the card. “Very Easy”

    As for unleashing the power, for sure! The 2080Ti is so dang watered down! very much! Nvidia had no competition in 2018. And you can beat a RTX3070 by nearly 30% while having 11GB Vram. You’ll hang around stock RTX3080 FE performance levels while being drastically faster than a 6800XT in ray tracing titles. So the card is very competitive against anything even being 2 years old. The Raytracing performance is even just as good as Ampere.


    One thing pretty interesting about the 2080Ti is that you can Nvlink them. This isn’t your standard SLI and it actually works very well. The bandwidth capability between the (2) cards is double that of a standard RTX2080. It works pretty well in most modern games. But you’ll always have those odd ball titles that don’t work with it.

    I am looking forward to Cyberpunk 2077, and having the juice to run it! So I am very glad I watercooled my 2080Ti. If (2) cards scale decently in that game I may go that route as well.
     
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    Even 60 doesn't feel smooth to me any more especially on fps games.
     
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    Yeah I set my frame cap to 60FPS in rivatuner. And it feels pretty rough to me. I prefer 70+ minimum.

    But ideal would be 100+
     
  6. JRE84

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    good golf game

    steam code

    FW94W-Q3TAF-HYFKF
     
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    just like asus pro studiobook does, with a vapor chamber and liquid metal
     
  8. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    And how does that model actually run? I haven’t seen any reviews on the RTX 6000 version. Somehow I doubt such a thin and light unit can effectively dissipate 300W of heat, vapor chamber or not, given the physical constraints of the form factor when it comes to fin area.
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    [​IMG]

    With both the CPU and GPU loaded, we can see that the CPU is given about 35W to play with, while the GPU is given up to 200W of power. As such, thermals are maintained very well, with the CPU running at below 90°C at all times, while the GPU reaches up to 86°C

    https://pokde.net/review/asus-proart-studiobook-one-review
     
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    Looks like the GPU has a 200W power limit, and thermal throttles (Turing temp limit is 87C), thus is unable to maintain 200W for most of that combined load test.
     
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