Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Preview

Turing Founders Edition - Built To Overclock - NV OC Scanner

Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Preview

Turing Founders Edition - Built To Overclock - NV OC Scanner  

A lot has changed since Pascal, Nvidia's Founders Edition graphics cards can no longer be considered as "premium reference" offerings, delivering baseline performance and loud blower-style coolers. 

With Turing, Nvidia has challenged their AIB partners by moving past their reference specifications, offering their Founders Edition models with factory overclocks and a cooling system with dual axial fans. Nvidia's AIB partners can now ship graphics hardware that offers less performance than Founders Edition models. 

Nvidia maintains the standard dual-slot form factor of their Founders Edition offerings by introducing the world's largest vapour chamber GPU cooler that the industry has ever seen, allowing Nvidia's RTX 20 series Founders Edition cards to run both cool and quiet, which again challenges their AIB partners to manufacture better custom options. 
 

Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Preview  

When compared to Nvidia's 10-series models, Nvidia's RTX 20-series Founders Editon models run at lower temperatures and with reduced fan noise, making their latest Founders Edition models both cooler running and quieter when inside gaming systems. This is despite the increase silicon/die sizes that are offered by Turing, making this thermal feat all the more impressive. 


Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Preview  

Nvidia has stated that their RTX Founders Edition graphics cards are "Built to Overclock", with Nvidia offering increased performance headroom thanks to the cleaner power delivery that is available with Turing. 

Turing can now access higher power levels with less variability, allowing the architecture to make better use of increased power limits. Sadly, Nvidia has not given us a ballpark figure for Turing's overclocking potential. You will have to wait for our full review before you can see how well Turing overclocks. 

Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Preview  

Last, but by no means least, we have Nvidia's new OC Scanner utility, which is designed to quickly overclock and test Turing graphics cards to offer increased performance levels with minimal hassle. 

Nvidia has told us that this utility takes around 20 minutes to run and will automatically overclock your Turing-powered graphics card. Nvidia has already given this software to their AIB partners for integration into their individual overclocking utilities, including MSI Afterburner, EVGA Precision X1 and ASUS GPU Tweak. We will see how this tool compared with manual overclocking in our full review. 

Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Preview  

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14-09-2018, 09:29:50

Wraith
First!!

I'll take the 2080Ti off your hands for strategic gaming (cough blender) purposes.

I have to say I do love the fresh styling and I agree it does remind me of our favourite graphics card design with the XFX Double Dissipation. Game performance numbers coming soon, I'm excited!!Quote

14-09-2018, 10:16:02

hellboy99
Only 1 x HDMI???Quote

14-09-2018, 10:22:08

Wraith
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Originally Posted by hellboy99 View Post
Only 1 x HDMI???
Well Display Port is going to be the VESA standard eventually so it's no real surprise, on the up side you can get DP to HDMI adapters pretty cheap.Quote

14-09-2018, 10:53:53

Dicehunter
Looks great, Still gonna wait until July/August next year though, I'll pick a 2080 Ti up at less than half the price Quote

14-09-2018, 15:30:28

Eddie long
Gamer Nexus have tear down of 2080ti posted very interestingQuote
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