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Nvidia RTX 2080 ti card failers

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The 2080ti cards have been failing and dying, be aware of this issue if you are thinking of buying one.



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Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! w00tAlien

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Considering the performance of the previous cards, there's not a tremendous reason to move into the 20xx series at this point, especially considering the iRay support delay. 1080ti and 980ti are plenty good enough.
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finally, I'll stay with my 1070 for few years BigGrin

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Given that my Titan outperforms them in iClone by a factor of 3x, I'll just stay with it.



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