Palit RTX 2080 Super Game Rock Review

Resident Evil 2

Palit RTX 2080 Super Game Rock Review

Resident Evil 2

If you’ve been gaming as long as we have then you’ll remember how good the original was, but you’ll also know how dodgy a lot of remakes can be. Fortunately the Zombie OG has only been refined to a sheen, fixing a lot of the early game issues whilst looking sumptuous with everything to the max.

Palit RTX 2080 Super Game Rock Resident Evil 2 Remake  

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22-08-2019, 10:15:13

Dicehunter
That is 1 phat card with a capital PH Quote

22-08-2019, 12:58:51

g0ggles1994
T h i c cQuote

22-08-2019, 13:04:41

NeverBackDown
To skinny needs an extra 2 slots tbhQuote

23-08-2019, 08:48:58

demonking
Nice review. Silicon lottery aside, the only reason I could justify a more expensive card would be looks. And at nearly 20% cheaper than the strix super OC I think I could either live with that logo or cover it up.

Nothing wrong with Palit, had a few over the years and tbh Nvidia are so strict on their production criteria and QA that you'd be hard to find a badly made Nvidia card these days.Quote

23-08-2019, 16:35:27

Tolemac
If I was on the lookout for a new card I would just buy the Jetstream version and flash the bios as I did with my 1080Quote
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