|Memory Speed||15500 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080|
|Card Description||NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2080|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
EVGA 08G-P4-3081-KR, GeForce RTX 2080 Super Black Gaming, 8GB GDDR6
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080|
|Graphics Ram Size||8 GB|
|GPU Clock Speed||1815 MHz|
|Video Output Interface||HDMI|
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- Real boost clock: 1815 MHz; Memory detail: 8192 MB GDDR6.
- Real-time ray tracing in games for cutting-edge, hyper-realistic graphics.
- Dual HDB fans offer higher performance cooling and much quieter acoustic noise.
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||J-Tech Digital, Inc||TuWerx||NexusPCs||Etechtopia (SN recorded)|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-Express x16||PCI Express||PCI-Express x16||PCI-Express x16||PCI-Express x16|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080||GeForce RTX 2080Ti||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060|
|Graphics Ram Size||8 GB||11 GB||8 GB||8 GB||12|
|Hardware Interface||PCI Express x8||PCI Express x8||PCI Express x8||PCI Express x8||PCI Express x16|
|Included Components||graphics card, manual||DUAL-RTX2080TI-O11G graphics card, warranty card, support DVD, Quick start guide||Graphics card; cables and connectors; quick setup guide||GRAPHIC CARD, USERS MANUAL||Video Card|
|Item Dimensions||10.62 x 1.54 x 4.38 inches||16 x 3.5 x 9.2 inches||12.9 x 5.5 x 2.2 inches||11.26 x 4.49 x 1.97 inches||7.94 x 1.54 x 4.33 inches|
|Memory Bus Width||256 bits||352 bits||256 bits||256 bits||192 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||15500 MHz||1635 MHz||15.5 GHz||15500 MHz||15000 MHz|
|Style||Graphic Card Only||RTX 2080 Ti 11G Dual-Fan OC Edition||—||Graphics Card||—|
The EVGA GeForce RTX K-series graphics cards are powered by the all-New NVIDIA Turing architecture to give you incredible New levels of gaming realism, speed, power efficiency, and immersion. With the EVGA GeForce RTX K-series gaming cards you get the best gaming experience with the next generation graphics performance, ice cold cooling, and advanced overclocking features with the all New EVGA Precision x1 software. The New NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs have reinvented graphics and set a New bar for performance. Powered by the New NVIDIA Turing GPU architecture and the revolutionary NVIDIA RTX platform, The New graphics cards bring together real-time Ray tracing, artificial intelligence, and programmable shading. This is not only a whole New way to experience games - this is the ultimate PC gaming experience.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2019
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To get the bad part out of the way, the number 1 biggest detractor of this card is the value, or lack there-of. Going for $700-$800 (do NOT pay any more than that or you're being Seriously Swindled), this card alone costs more than a fair amount of full builds. If you're looking for value, look more towards the 2060-2070 tiers, especially as the new NVIDIA lineup launches. But, if you've made it this far, I doubt you're here for value and more for performance.
Is this the most cost efficient card on the market? Absolutely not.
Is this the second strongest consumer card on the market, next to the 2080Ti? Yes absolutely, and it costs nearly half the price.
Does it make sense to buy this over a regular 2080? For me, it did, as they were retailing at the exact same price at time of purchase. A lot of negative reviews about the Super lineup talk about how they're not much of an improvement over the base lineup, and so not a great value. That is a moot point if they cost the same. This card flat out DOES perform better than the core 2080, so I would definitely spring for this one over the other.
So who is this for? Mostly enthusiasts or creators who need some serious performance but have a strict/out-of-pocket budget. As stated above, this card is nearly HALF the price of the 2080Ti.
Value discussion out of the way, we get to talk about all of the good things, and there are so many.
~#~ Product Review ~#~
First, I have to mention the packaging. EVGA always does a fantastic job with the packaging, both in terms of safe, tight packing practices and in terms of A+ presentation. The box is beautiful, the card is elegantly revealed as if you're opening a suitcase full of diamonds, and the packaging is all easily reusable in case you need to RMA or otherwise store the card.
The card itself is fairly hefty and large, make sure you've got room in the case for this one. That being said, I'm not getting any notable sag from it which is great. It looks nice, I love the exposed black PCB on the top side but I know some people are particular about having both sides covered.
Performance-wise, boy golly does this card perform. Paired with a 3950x, I scored just under 12,000 in 3DMark TimeSpy, easily breaching that 12,000 point with a very minor overclock via X1.
Boost clock is advertised at 1815 MHz, of course the real boost clocks you see will almost always be higher than that. My particular card generally sits at 1950MHz under load with stock settings, and it will go up to 1965MHz just from increasing the power ceiling. If you're a hardcore overclocker, this card may disappoint you as there isn't much wiggle room. If you're interested in overclocking and have little to no experience with it, this is actually a really nice entry card. Paired with Precision X1, this is an extremely stable card for some minor overclocking. I've gotten mine up to a stable 2.1 GHz, which is an absolutely insane speed for a GPU to be running, but ultimately isn't proportionally much higher than the non-OC'd clocks.
Finally, the only other possible detractor for this card has to be the fans. Not that they're bad, they actually perform quite well. If you're worried about temps and only having 2 fans, don't be. With a proper fan curve and no overclock, my card sits around 72 Celsius max at a sustained full load. If you're crazy about keeping a super low noise profile, then this is not the card for you. They do make quite a bit of noise at higher speeds, but it's not any louder than say a personal floor fan.
Note that by default, these GPU fans run in a sort of eco-mode where they don't turn on at all until you hit 50 Celsius. If you value low temps over noise, I highly recommend that you download Precision X1, EVGA's overclocking software, to set custom fan curves. I use a fairly aggressive curve (40% at 40C) -> (90% at 70C) and my card sits between 45-60C (VSync on) for most games.
All in all, if you find yourself needing a fantastic GPU and also find yourself holding $700-$800 (or hopefully less once the 3000 series drops), then this is definitely for you. If you're just trying to play games and look at some nice graphics, but don't necessarily need the absolute max performance at all times, I really couldn't recommend the $200-$300 increase in price for this card over the 2070 Super.
On the AMD card I had problems with nearly every game I played at some point, whether it was crashing or issues after a patch. My sound over HDMI through my receiver skipped and popped ever since I upgraded from my old 1070, and no software update ever addressed it. My BIOS screens were impossible to manage on the 40" 4K TV I use for a monitor; I had to plug in another old monitor just to see my BIOS screens, and I'd get nothing at all on screen after a reboot until Windows had booted to the login screen. I'd get occasional green screens out of nowhere and have to power down, sometimes in the middle of a game, and sometimes I'd get a green screen coming out of sleep mode and have to power down.
Every single problem I had with the AMD card disappeared with the install of this 2080 Super. Every game has worked perfectly, I have more features to mess with like the RTX implementation, the card is quieter (much, much quieter), drivers are easy and painless to install and manage, my sound has worked perfectly, my BIOS and boot screens are accessible like they should be without plugging in another screen, and I haven't had a video-related crash since I installed it.
Performance is fantastic, I play everything in 4k and most games I don't have to tweak anything performance-wise unless I want to. It was a significant improvement over the 5700 XT even in general performance, which is why I went with this card rather than a 2070 Super (even for all the problems, spending that much on a performance sidegrade seemed hard to justify). The card might not be the best bang for your buck, since you're spending a premium for the 2080S, but I'd say it's worth the extra money over a 2070S if you're planning on playing in 4k resolutions. I really don't have any complaints other than the price, although if I were shopping now rather than the few months ago when I bought mine I'd likely wait to see about the 3000 series coming later in 2020.
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If upgrading from 1070Ti, more cooling will be required. Separate app by EVGA was needed in order to adjust fan speed on the graphics card.
Packaging was superb. It shipped in a normal brown box but was contained with foam to prevent movement in a nice black branded box.