ASUS ROG Strix Gaming RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Review

Final Fantasy XV

ASUS ROG Strix Gaming RTX 2080 and RTX 2080Ti Preview

Final Fantasy XV

The Final Fantasy XV demo perfectly shows off the benefits to be found from the DLSS available on the latest nVidia cards thanks to their Tensor Cores. Unquestionably you'd want to run in DLSS mode as it has the best image quality and the best performance.

ASUS ROG Strix Gaming RTX 2080 and RTX 2080Ti Review  

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26-09-2018, 11:05:16

Decan
Good review, as always.
Can't help by wonder why you didn't included the Strix 1080Ti OC in these tests?
And i'm still going to wait on more tests before even considering placing an order.Quote

26-09-2018, 11:33:54

WillSK
I like the ASUS kit but Tom you're spot on. The premium on this thing is ridiculous especially when compared to the MSI for example.

The other thing that's mad is that for that price they couldn't even braid or blackout the connector cables that dangle out the side of the cooler.

Poor show ASUS, poor show indeed!Quote

26-09-2018, 12:25:25

Greenback
Considering they use automatic assembly now you'd think the price would decrease if there's less wages to pay.

They're £200 more than MSI trio and not enough ahead in performance to justify that and the MSI cards look just as good now, I've always admited I'm an Asus fanboy but if I was looking at selling 1 of my testicles or both to get 1 of these i'd go MSI and a good sized M.2 to go with itQuote

26-09-2018, 12:56:02

kdawgmaster
So it could be as much as 2.5K in canada. Awesome, seriously whats up with GPU pricing now.Quote

26-09-2018, 13:37:30

Eddie long
I have got to agree with the Guv on the pricing on these . I know i'm a bit of and Asus fan ,and it looks like they have done a pretty good job on these with performance , but for me 1500 of my hard earned pounds is just too much to swallowQuote
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