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Old December 3, 2018, 09:50 AM
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i mean which are the positives and the negatives for these 3 gpus as quality and fans and cooler;;


astrix 2080 rtx ti

Evga Ftw3 2080 ti
msi rtx trio 2080 ti;;;


which to buy from these 3;;
You've had several people chime in already. Do some research yourself and check reviews of each, compare clocks, temps and ultimately prices. They're all fine cards produced by reputable partners and they'll all perform within single digit percentage of each other.

You're coming across as either lazy or trolling. If you've compared models already and want specific questions addressed, write them, otherwise no one's going to give you any other information than what's already been written.
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Old December 3, 2018, 11:56 AM
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my friend I am not a troll I just asking which from these 3 cards have better temperatures,, better overclocking clocks;; and also which has better cooler quality

this I mean my friend
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my friend I am not a troll I just asking which from these 3 cards have better temperatures,, better overclocking clocks;; and also which has better cooler quality

this I mean my friend
I've got the best advice for you, "NONE"

How in gods name can you justify paying over $2000 CDN for a GPU that is only 30% faster than a 1080ti.

Get a used 1080ti and save the money for next gen GPU's
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Old December 5, 2018, 12:46 AM
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Do you need additional expansion cards like sound card, video capture, or more network ports? If no, I would take which ever has the thickest heatsink as the 2080TI has proven to be a hot card. I believe on of those cards is 2.75 slot thick so it would block off another PCI-E slot on the mother board. No way it would fit in an ITX case since most only allow 2 slot in thickness.
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I've got the best advice for you, "NONE"

How in gods name can you justify paying over $2000 CDN for a GPU that is only 30% faster than a 1080ti.

Get a used 1080ti and save the money for next gen GPU's
better eye candy, realistic glare over the 1080 Ti is what I see better spectrum of lighting depth

and 3 slot wide :(
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Old December 5, 2018, 11:55 AM
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I've really only ever bought EVGA cards, so that's what would get my vote. Their warranty/support is generally easy to deal with.
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Old December 5, 2018, 12:09 PM
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Choose from the cards that have RMA services in Canada.
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