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MSI - GeForce RTX 2080 8 GB GAMING X TRIO Video Card

( 4.5 Average / 8 Ratings )




Part #

(or) G2080GXT




PCI-Express x16


GeForce RTX 2080

Memory Size

8 GB

Memory Type


Core Clock

1.515 GHz

Boost Clock

1.86 GHz


215 W



SLI Support


CrossFire Support



327 mm / 12.874"

Supports G-Sync








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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


D3nsity_ 13 points 6 months ago
from completed build First time build!

WOW! I've never owned anything like this so I'm probably biased and the only dedicated GPU I've owned to compare it to is an RX550. But in direct comparison to that my RX 550 idled at about 38-42C and the RTX 2080 idles at 37-40C. Idk how you can pack that much more power into a card and come up with a cooling solution better than the rx 550 being only 35W card lol. Hottest I ever got the rx 550 was 72C when gaming and the hottest I've gotten the GTX 2080 is 69C. I'm more of a quality over frames person when it comes to the single player experience but now getting to experience both is just next level.

wolfemen1026 23 points 5 months ago
from completed build My Beast

Really nice card. The temps on it are absolutely amazing. Mine usually idles at 30 celsius and the highest i’ve had it get to was 70 celsius because I was gaming all day. It is a great card and the only frame drops I ever got was on un-optimized games.

virb115 11 points 4 months ago

Monster.. by size, weight and performance. Also running very cool and quiet. The price was very good compared to other options, plus I got a bunch of gifts with it. Overall the best performance you can get for this price and good looking GPU, but the weight of it is just intimidating.. The support bracket doesn't support anything and you will get the sacked GPU over time for sure :)

MRTKO78 13 points 2 months ago
from completed build "The Death Star"

Quite the upgrade from my Gtx 1080 This thing is huge. Driver issues and software conflicts cause screen to wig out. Had BSOD a few times eventually got it worked out tho. For the cost of this thing the bugs should have been ironed out a little better. But overall a monster card.

lostredneck 11 points 2 months ago
from completed build I thought I knew what I was doing

It works like a 2080 should, but it is HEAVY. if you are going to mount it horizontally in your system use some sort of brace to hold this thing up.

Docvlad 5 points 1 month ago
from completed build Carbon

Good card, looks nice but one thing which is quite annoying for a silent build I tried to do is the fact that you can hear a decent whisper when the fans turn up, which I think is the air being pushed through the rad on the card. Idk if other cards do that aswell, I just know that I will watercool the next one.

yoyoseby 6 points 9 days ago
from completed build Nemesis Mach 6

Went for the MSI for the rgp compatibility, after all every rtx 2080 are almost identical in performance. I've used MSI afterburner and overclocked this beauty with +140 core clock and + 700 memory clock tested in heaven for 8 hours, this being the max it can go without crashing, but decided to keep it to 120 core and 600 memory due to some instability issues in some games....like origins for example. Had to build a lego support for all that weight.