Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Review
Published: 19th September 2018 | Source: nVidia | Price: £749 and £1099 Respectively |
With the built-in overclocking with which all GPUs are equipped these days being so refined, the temperature graph is becoming less meaningful. Cards just eke every bit of performance from any thermal headroom they can find, thus most cards end up around the 80°C mark. It's more helpful for cards with massive flaws that get too hot, or cards with liquid cooling that stay frosty. Most air-cooled stuff just sits in this middle ground, and the two Turing cards are no exception.