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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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Hi,

MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 
would be a great choice then?
How LOUD is it (or what you have) when it renders a short video?
I can't find any advice on quiet cards that work great.
Was offered a new system with a Quadro card, so I could have it put into a fanless computer, but Reallusion sais it does not work.

Want so much to have a quiet system build. Money upto 5K no problem, just dont know what to choose so it's QUIET.
What I have now (1050 nvidia) is really loud (cheap computer) but I disconnected the fans both on motherboard as on videocard to quiet it down a bit.
No real long term plan, right?

Any advice welcome... thanks.

Evey
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Hi,

MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 
would be a great choice then?
How LOUD is it (or what you have) when it renders a short video?
I can't find any advice on quiet cards that work great.
Was offered a new system with a Quadro card, so I could have it put into a fanless computer, but Reallusion sais it does not work.
Want so much to have a quiet system build. Money upto 5K no problem, just dont know what to choose so it's QUIET.
What I have now (1050 nvidia) is really loud (cheap computer) but I disconnected the fans both on motherboard as on videocard to quiet it down a bit.
No real long term plan, right?

Any advice welcome... thanks.

Evey



1st do not unplug fans! you can/will burn out chips! not to mention cause a fire if you have any lint in your system..
Fans are there for a reason to cool your system! it is better to keep a computer as cool as possible!:



1070 1080 ti are great cards but for the money id go with an RTX card since 5k no problem..
if you want a quieter system go liquid cooling..





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Hi, sorry to bother you again, but I'm having troubles finding out which graphics card to put into my new system.
I'm having a desktop built, because I need a very quiet machine. Hubby is a musician and the constant humming of an ordinairy system drives him up the walls. 
These are the cards I can chose from. Which work and which dont.

My current card is  a regular gtx1050. works fine.
The ones they are selling are fanless cards, and those are the type I need, with the noise problems. Simpel watercooling still will cause a lot of noise, at least, thats what I see from all the stats posted in reviews. Really spending money here, so I can't risk buying something quiet and finding out iClone doesn't work great on it. Making cute iClone vids is the whole point of buying the desktop.
Please help a lady out here.. THanks.

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I wouldn't get anything but at least a GTX (NOT RTX) 1080 for you (1080 Ti is best in that line).  GTX Titan is better, but either will need a fan because once you start getting a decent GPU they start throwing off a TON of heat.  No getting away from it.

But why should this be an issue for you?  The PC can be located almost anywhere -- if noise is a REAL issue just put it in a closet somewhere, like you would a server.  You can get cables and wireless abilities to move the keyboard, monitor and mouse ANYWHERE (even 30 feet away).  It doesn't even have to be in the same room.  Nowadays, since most PCs are diskless (no DVD/CD drives in the higher end ones and no real need for them) you don't particularly need access to it (you can run USB cables for such devices but USB is limited to 15 feet for complete reliability -- some folks have been able to use USB repeaters and gotten good results further, but I wouldn't count on it for critical things.  Then again, not sure what you have in mind for your system).



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I was thinking similar to what Kelleytoons said.

Many cards will adjust the fan speed based on the temperature, so the fan will be spinning very slowly (or not at all) when the GPU is under light load.  Same for the CPU and case fans.  So the system should only be "noisy" when being used intensely (heavy editing, and of course rendering).

You can also set your computer to hibernate when it's been idle for a while, in which case it effectively shuts off.  With a modern computer that has an SSD for Drive C:, it will wake up from hibernation very quickly.

Having said all that, you can find "noise data" for various cards, but you need to have some feel for what the numbers mean, since decibels are not a linear scale.  For example, scroll down to the bottom of this card-to-card comparison...  https://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/2139?vs=2149





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