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PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3080|
|Boost Clock||OC mode: 1890 MHz |
Gaming mode: 1860 MHz
|Effective Memory Clock||19 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||850W|
|Power Connector||3 x 8-Pin|
|Features||NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors: The building blocks for the world's fastest, most efficient GPU, the all-new Ampere SM brings 2X the FP32 throughput and improved power efficiency. |
2nd Generation RT Cores: Experience 2X the throughput of 1st gen RT Cores, plus concurrent RT and shading for a whole new level of ray tracing performance.
3rd Generation Tensor Cores: Get up to 2X the throughput with structural sparsity and advanced AI algorithms such as DLSS. Now with support for up to 8K resolution, these cores deliver a massive boost in game performance and all-new AI capabilities.
Axial-tech Fan Design has been tuned up with more fan blades and a reversed rotational direction for the center fan.
2.9-slot design expands cooling surface area compared to last gen for more thermal headroom than ever before.
Super Alloy Power II includes premium alloy chokes, solid polymer capacitors, and an array of high-current power stages.
|Max GPU Length||319 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.53" x 5.51"|
1 x ROG Velcro Hook & Loop
1 x ROG ruler
1 x Collection card
1 x Speedsetup manual
|Date First Available||January 11, 2022|
Pros: Powerful 12gb Vram Lighting
Cons: Cost for performance Fans can whine when gaming on super high graphics Hard to install/uninstall due to size
Overall Review: I still would have bought it, I had a EVGA 2070S, haven't seen too much of a difference in terms of performance other than more fps. The EVGA 2070S was quieter, near silent. Under normal performance the 3080 is quiet, under high load it can be a bit louder but still quiet.
Pros: Hard to express how nice the card looks in your hands. Very neat design, if large. I have always liked the ASUS Strix cards. Nvidia has discounted all of their top end cards. Woo Hoo! Out of the box, this card ran a 12,073 in Superposition Benchmark in 1080p Extreme and averaging about 90 Fpm. Stayed cool at 70 degrees C, and 1930 Mhz GPU and 9501 on Memory speed. I did not hear any coil whine when the card was maxed out. Card is very solid with no sag. With current discounts and 12 Gb of RAM, not sure I would opt for the 3080 Ti. Shipping was fast and free via UPS. It's a Winner.
Cons: You really do need to see if this card will fit in your case. Really. You also need to have a well ventilated case, as when this card is pulling 350 to 400 watts, it does give off a LOT of heat. Not sure I can stay with an air cooled CPU anymore. Also, this is a low hash-rate card, so if you plan to mine, this is not the card. Using the Fractal Design R6 Case.
Overall Review: Very happy with this card and purchase. With the pricing and availability crisis finally over for this "cycle", it is not a bad time to finally make a purchase if you need or want a new card. Pricing may yet come down further, but it also may not. As for this ASUS RTX 3080 12 Gb video card, I have no complaints. UPDATE on 09/03/22. Just to make everyone aware, this bad boy really can draw some power. Running up the Power envelop to overclock resulted in my Computer dropping games, and other anomalies. Set back to stock power draw and no issues. There is nothing wrong with my Seasonic 850 Watt Titanium Power supply and nothing wrong with the Strix Video card, but if you are going to overclock this Video card you many need to consider a 1000 Watt power supply. Mine is an AMD system, but if you are running a recent "hot" Intel system with this Video Card, I do not think 850 Watts will cut it.
Pros: it's very nice looking and has great performances. I'm a fan !
Cons: -my card has a really bad hot plastic smell that fills my room within 10 min of me playing. the smell is almost like a chemical or a hot plastic melting... very unplesant. I feel like i have to cover my face to even play. -backplate feels cheap -my temps are really high, exemples : 70-75 to even 78 degrees celcius when playing spider man or smaller games. my case has a lot of airflow and the card still manage to get that hot
Overall Review: I am dissapointed because I always know that asus makes the best products but this one is just hard for me. I asked for an exchange. hopefully the new one won't have those problems
Dear Valued Customer, I'm sorry to hear about your issue with the graphics card overheating and the plastic smells. This is not the kind of experience we want our customers to have. Have you tried to reseat the graphics card? I'm happy to assist you, feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com and provide this link for reference. I'll do my best to provide a quick resolution to your case. Your feedback is important as it helps with improvements to ASUS Support channels. Thank you for choosing ASUS! Best Regards, Jamalie, ASUS Customer Loyalty US Support
Pros: -fast, 1860 clocks right out the box -runs pretty cool, getting 65ish under full load -12gbs of vram. perfect
Cons: -back plate is embarrassing for a top of the line specialty card. msi mid grade cards have better build quality than this "premium" card. the lack of support for a card this size is odd. -coil whine is deafening under full load.
Overall Review: This card rips through any game on 1440p ultra. Does pretty well in 4k also, If the blasting buzzing of the coil whine isn't an issue then ide say this card a perfect addition to a 1440p/4k build. Price isn't half bad either consider all things.
Overall Review: Upgraded from a GTX 1080, and it was well worth the money. I don't know about others, but my card didn't have a coil whine issue. It does tend to get pretty warm though, as this card cranks out heat like crazy, but I didn't notice any performance hits. Beautiful card, totally recommended.
Pros: Quiet Temps are great
Cons: Slightly heavy
Overall Review: I was debating between this model and the 10GB version but I'm glad I went this route anyway. The installation went by pretty fast once I got over my fear of dropping it and there's been no issues since. Hoping I didn't just jinx myself there. Performance wise, I don't really notice a sound beyond the tempered glass and my temps in game stay between the 40s-60s. Settings are capped at the highest without any performance drop so I'm quite satisfied with my purchase.
Pros: This gpu is amazingly fast for a 3080. It's actually faster than some lower end 3080ti's. It's aesthetically nice as well - looks great vertically mounted. Runs cooler than I expected based on another 3080 that I have. Fans are extremely quiet since they're not running fast.
Overall Review: I was lucky enough to be selected my first try on the shuffle. Was certainly hoping to get this card and it has proven to be every bit as good as the reviews online. It's a little larger than other 3080s out there and is very power hungry, but that power isn't wasted in the form of heat like some others. I've got the card paired up with MSI Afterburner which is working like a charm together. Tried the Asus but went with Afterburner mostly because I've used it for years and feel more comfortable with it. As said earlier this gpu runs cooler than the MSI 3080 despite having changed the thermal pads and running an aggressive fan curve on the old one. The Asus hasn't gone to 60c even while benchmarking it or during hrs of heavy gaming. In all fairness though it is mounted in a Corsair 5000d Airflow case with 10 fans. If you're a fan of rgb lighting this one isn't real bright but it's subtle enough that it isn't distracting. Even with the prices being what they are right now, I was pleased with the shuffle price of the 3080 and the 3080ti model, but was chosen for the 3080 only. The 3090 is not for me at the price it is but if you can and want to afford it don't hesitate, you'll be happy with it!
Pros: works like a charm can now push AAA graphics to a new level 2k easy with high fps
Cons: the price... its kinda bulky too so you need a big case for it to fit
Overall Review: Very good performance overall but its expensive
Pros: Its a slight upgrade from my 2070 Super. Huge upgrade on paper, but in actual use the performance is roughly 50-70% better for 2X the power draw. Ran just fine on my Supernova 850G3.
Cons: Hot and Loud. Fans rattle. I may be returning this. It either sounds like a rattling hair dryer or it cooks up to 85C then starts getting loud and rattling. This heatsink/fan setup is seriously disappointing. It seems like ASUS would have fixed this issue by now, since it has been reported since 2021. It also put my UPS into Overcurrent warning mode. I have run 2 systems off the UPS in the past. r5 5900x+ 2070 super and OC 2700x + rx580 without issue. This GPU sucks more power by itself than a whole other system. Raytracing performance is also quite weak compared to the reviews, unless you want to drop to DLSS performance and deal with all teh aliasing and artifacts.
Overall Review: I cannot recommend this product unless you want mediochre raytracing and dont mind still using DLSS and huge amounts of electricity.
Overall Review: Had the Msi gaming z trio 10gb but returned it as it was making a really loud grinding noise. Looked on newegg and found this one for 1079. Best gpu Ive ever owned. Scoring 19000 on timespy and doesnt get above 65. Heard people complaining about coil whine but I hear nothing. Fans can get kind of loud when on full load but keeps the card cool so I think its an even trade. Love this card.