It seems like the 2080Tis are hotter than the 1080Tis...
I have my ROG Strix 1080Ti OC overclocked to the max possible (2085/6100) and the temperature never exceeds 38C with a room temperature of 20C (can't stand more) and no more than 40-41C with a room temp of 26C in the summer.
This is with a Phanteks block which is not the absolute best performer (2-3 degrees higher) but its quality is amazing. I am using an External MO-RA3 radiator with 9X Corsair ML140 Pros spinning at 500rpm pulling air from the coldest brick wall int the room.
I have not tested a 2080Ti and don't plan to do so anytime soon since I am not playing many games but that might change since my son is eyballing my 1080Ti so......
Silent Scone@ASUS wrote:
The 2080Ti is a huge die, and with 300W+ of heat to dissipate some elevation is to be expected. The real test, however, is when running some of the RTX development tools. Thankfully gamers have no need to run these, though.
Thanks for the link
Now if you guys are done mud slinging passing off things none of us know for fact, and I do mean NONE here is the C&P from the corrspomdance where I was asking about blocks for the strix, specifically the EK and my statement was Barrow looks like an EK knock off. Please stop reading things that are not there and making assumptions. I’ll leave it at*this
I didn’t just dream stuff up and I’m going back to the person and calling them out and see what they have to say, like I said, if any of it is a lie they told it.