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RTX Founder’s Edition vs Aftermarket

charlieb90

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I was looking for some advice on what to buy for my new build I’m waiting for the new
RTX 2080super at the end of the month. Should I wait for a ROG STRIX Card or just go with the founders edition card ?

Also any recommendations on what CPU to buy aswell only gonna be using the pc for strictly gaming at 1440p high FPS. Thanks
 

Oussebon

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Depends on performance in reviews, and of course pricing, so nobody can say re: an as-yet unreleased card. :)

My suspicion based on pretty much every GPU that's gone before it though is that a the premium GPUs PCS sell aren't even close to being worth the money.

An FE or a fairly plain 'reference' spec card from Palit or Zotac (PCS usually use Palit or Zotac) will give very similar performance for a much, much lower price. Which is money saved towards your future GPU upgrades.

I'd haven't checked current pricing but quite often the Asus 2080 they do is closer is price to a 2080 ti than a 2080, to the point that if you were buying an Asus 2080 you might as well just get a 2080 ti.

I was looking at the 2070 Super GPUs recently and noticed EVGA's top 2070 Super was about 640€. If I wanted "performance a bit like a 2080 for about £600" I'd buy a 2080 for about £600.. :/ Often the way with the top-range models of a particular GPU...
 
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