|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 Type||GDDR6|
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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.
- 3 year warranty & EVGA top notch technical support.
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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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HOWEVER, if you don't have $1300 to spend on a high quality 2080TI, this is your best bet.
I upgraded from a 1070TI and BOY let me tell you the difference is massive. I'm actually surprised if I drop below 144fps, even at ultra, in games like R6 Siege, Mordhau, Grand Theft Auto V, etc. You don't need me to tell you how strong the 2080 series is.
The RGB is slick and pretty, and makes my old 1070TI look like it's from the '90s, if that makes any sense. It's hard to describe, but I suppose I'd say that the delivery and presentation of it is rather modern.
As far as cons go, there's a few to go over; there's a little tacked-on bit at the end of the lighting plate that looks cheap, the improvement over the 2080 isn't very much, and the overclock room is microscopic.
First, let's address that plate. They obviously re-used the plate from the 2080 and made no attempt to hide it. In my 3rd picture you can clearly see the only distinguishing feature between this and a 2080 is an afterthought.
Second, this isn't a very large upgrade from the 2080. It's better, yes, but only by about 15% performance-wise. The 2080TI is still stronger and despite being the same price as a regular 2080, people are still buttmad about Nvidia dropping this card so soon after the launch of the 20 series cards, which effectively made the regular 2080 redundant. The 2070 super is cheaper and is almost as strong as the 2080. What's more is that the 1080TI is still one of the best cards out there and outside of ray-tracing there's still no reason to upgrade to a 20 series card. The performance upgrade is minimal.
Finally, the overclock potential is non-existent. You can get a few gains but not much. If overclocking is what you want, the 2080TI is still your best bet.
So is it worth buying? Depends. If you've got a noticeably less powerful card, this one's for you. If you want ray-tracing, this one's for you. If you want a major improvement over the 2080/1080TI, wait until it goes on sale or until AMD forces Nvidia to release a more powerful graphics card. Although if we're honest, that last one might not be for awhile.
That said, the 2080 super is a very capable card. As any number of professional reviews will support, these cards are the second strongest GPUs you can buy right now. If you're updating from a 1070 or lower, you will probably be blown away
I read all the reviews saying that the RTX 2080 Super was not a justifiable increase over the 2080! These comments don't speak to the quality of the card, only the value! Non of the comments attack the quality of the card, just the negativity of the value! The 2080 is a strong card, the Super enhances this card! It is enough for what I need.
This GPU is great! From day one I notice how quiet it is compared to my GTX 970! It also runs cooler than my 970!
I game because I love graphics, I can actually see the difference in the two cards. Even with my i7 920 CPU it runs great! I built my system, this is where I choose to start my rebuild! I have no complaints!
I gave it 4 stars, actually 4.5 stars, because it's new! This can easily be 5stars!
So I had to uninstall the card, then found after careful examination that the fan was rubbing on a little wire. So I had to take a little q-tip and nudge the wire clear so the fan wouldn't rub. All is well now the card is super fast. 3 out of 5 star just because of the extra removal and maintenance I had to do. This could be done at the factory EVGA.
10/15 Updated to 4 star because of no further issues, this card performs.
Originally ordered in August 2019:
It's only been a couple of weeks since I've purchased this, and I still may need some time to say with 100% certainty if it's great or if it's garbage.
But so far, it has been pretty awesome. I've been running the few games I play at ultra, and everything looks great. No FPS issues, no more bottlenecks. If this card continues to run as well as it's running right now, I will be very happy.
Top reviews from other countries
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.