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Comment reply on Forum Topic "Trying to Decide Between Cases"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Can confrim by checking the H210 page: https://sta3-nzxtcorporation.netdna-ssl.com/uploads/download/attachment/760/H210i_H210-manual-ver3-041919.pdf From manual it suggests while a pair of 140mm fans would fit, they would not out the box with a 280mm radiator also, only 240mm rad and fans. With that said, this person has managed to fit an X62 in there: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/8mtgXL and this thread suggest you can mess with things to get it to fit: https://www.reddit.com/r/NZXT/comments/cobcig/will_the_kraken_x62_280mm_fit_the_new_h210h210i/

The Evolv ITX is slightly larger in all dimensions and does have more radiator support. I suppose it comes down to which one you prefer aesthetically to an extent IMO.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "MSI RTX 2070 Super with 2 or 3 fans?"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Generally speaking, the Tri X larger cooler means its slightly cooler and quieter with the stock fan profile out the box. Not the the extent that it will matter massively to performance, a couple of MHz and few db quieter. Aside from that the larger cooler does have some more RGB bling etc. Guru 3D has reviews of both models, check the temp and noise section. Performance will be largely similar:

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Custom case, Motherboard Fan Amperage"

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

Motherboard or Manual does not specifically list the specs on the Fan headers. Normally its 1A for most headers. You should be fine running a few fans off each header but unlikely you need to, enough headers in all I expect:

  • 1 x CPU fan header
  • 1 x water cooling CPU fan header
  • 3 x system fan headers
  • 2 x system fan/water cooling pump headers

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Lighting question."

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Yes you can run fusion software to manage the Gigabyte stuff then Corsair iCUE for the corsair stuff.

May not help you, but Corsair can now sync with ASUS gear with an update. I have my Corsair peripherals running in sync with my ASUS motherboards now and RGB connected to the motherboard. Mention this as you say the GB is on the way and if you really want everything in sync, swapping it for the ASUS ones may be an option.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Do all psu come with 2x6 pin PCIe"

  • 1 month ago
  • 3 points

Easiest way if to simply check manufacture page. Here is the page: https://www.bequiet.com/en/powersupply/1694 it shows you get a pair of PCIe 6+2 cables (so just branch off the extra 2 pins on each if you have a pair of 6 pins)

Comment reply on Froggiestone's Completed Build: Anti-rgb; Streacom da2

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

Lovely build and great looking setup. Nice

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Why is 4.2ghz weaker than 3.9ghz?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 4 points

Its not just about clock speed, the architecture as a whole needs to be looked at. Factors such as IPC which in itself can vary depending on the workload and application. Its why its useful to look at benchmarks and reviews looking at the picture as a whole. Clockspeed is mostly a useful comparison when looking at and comparing the same architecture.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "OLED TV as monitor"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

You can of course use one as a monitor, in fact I have my HTPC hooked up to a LG C9 which has G-Sync and to be honest the combination is damm amazing for gaming.

However the above is for sitting on the couch, up close, slightly different as the current smallest OLEDs are 55", there will be some 48" ones coming out like LG's CX model shown at CES and some from other brands (they all buy LG panels then put there own spin on it), so even then sitting up close to a desk may be difficult at that sort of size. I can see in your completed build list your using a 23.8" panel, so moving up to 48" will be a massive jump. over 300% increase in area.

I would also be wary slightly of screen burn in, for most gaming not much of an issue as things are always shifting, but would be slightly hesitant using one for hours upon hours and having static content showing on the screen with OLEDs at the moment. But meh some people on the internet have mixed comments, some have had burn in using OLED as a monitor, others have been fine after years and there are now OLED laptops so.........

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Kraken Z Series: There's a dang LCD screen on it"

  • 2 months ago
  • 3 points

To be honest, ASUS has had one out for a while in terms of AIO block with screen on it in the form of the Asus ROG Ryujin which you could customise. But still new options are always good.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Help me find my dream mobo"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

Yes, there are some PCIe ones on market with wifi 6.

So will make things easier, grab a solid mATX board and wifi 6 card and shove it in to the spare slot on the board, job done. Much easier then trying to get a Type E module on mATX.

There are even a couple of z390 boards with Wi-Fi 6, but those are ATX, no mATX with built in wi-fi 6 AFAIK.

Comment reply on decidence's Completed Build: Lian Li Metal

  • 2 months ago
  • 3 points

Lovely job, love brass tubes myself so really dig this monochrome look.

A very clean build. Nice one

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Help me find my dream mobo"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

Yes that is a big change in requirements as your down to half a dozen boards available in that format period.

Only Refreshed board I can think of is the EVGA Z370 micro ATX. That has a single M.2 drive and Single M.2 Key E adaptor. Could then get a M.2 adaptor and plug it into the second x 16 PCIe slot for additional M.2 drives but would need to update the BIOS.

As above though, what do you need the Type E adaptor for? Seems your limiting yourself severely needing a Type E and then also mATX. Normally its usually used for Bluetooth and wi-fi modules but those are easily negated.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Help me find my dream mobo"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

Off the top of my head, AsRock z390 Pro4 has a pair of M.2 slots that provide Gen 3 x 4 lanes and a M.2 Socket (key E) https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/Z390%20Pro4/index.asp#Specification

The Z390 FTW by evga also has a pair of M.2 slots (abit one is 80mm which is okay as most are that length) then a M.2 Socket (Key E) https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=123-CS-E397-KR

I imagine may be a number of z390 boards which also have a Key E to allow you to plug in a wireless card, but would need to check manually. Out of curiosity, what is the Key E device you have?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Cube case with 360mm radiator support"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

There is the Lian-Li PC-011 Dynamic which is very popular, good price and good functionality which is a cube like design. Corsair has the Crystal Series 680x around and the Air 540 which is a bit more subtle. Thermaltake also do a bunch.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "I am advancing in my vehicular skill"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

I learnt in manual and had manual for a few years after that.

Here in the UK, Manual is actually the predominant transmission. It is changing though, but most people who learnt to drive when I did, it was all manual.

It is also beneficial in the UK to learn manual, even if your going to buy automatic. Learning in a manual will allow you to drive both a Manual and Automatic car, while learning in a Automatic will restrict you to automatic. So here even in the recent 2017 / 2018 period less the 10% of learners did so in automatic. As an overall %, less then 3% of the people who hold a driving license in the UK is only automatic, everyone else will have at least learnt on a manual, so most people in UK will know how to drive stick, just less people buying manual cars when they do pass.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "What case should I use for my Water cooling?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Sounds like your after an open air case? Some other examples I can think of is the In Win D frame (the v2.0 is expensive, there is a mini which can usually be had second hand, can take it apart so could spray paint it to fit a theme) , Singularity spectre (this one is expensive) Antec Torque are all similar in nature to ones you listed.

Thermaltake did also show off a Distrocase 350p at computex which looks like a ripoff of the spectre but will come in much cheaper (well $600 vs singularity's price). Could be an option if you could wait.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Help me find my dream mobo"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

What CPU do you have exactly? LGA1151 has two revisions in effect, one supporting 1xx and 2xx chipsets (Skylake and Kabylake CPUs) and other revision supporting 3xx chipsets (Coffelake and Coffelake refresh) CPUs. Will let people understand what motherboards may work.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "What is your personal favorite motherboard, and why?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

May be bias, but love the Rampage VI extreme, love the silver / black combination, looks gorgeous, but with RGB the silver bits become translucent. Think the newer rampages step back aesthetically Sigh but much better in important areas.

My old X99 E-WS I also liked, a very classy looking board and thanks to having a solid VRM, heatsink and OC socket, meant it OC'd as well as the Rampage.

Absolutely drawling over the x570 Aqua at the moment also.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "wc tubing routing suggestions."

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Here is a list of all builds on this site with that combo, quick scan shows some with custom loops: https://pcpartpicker.com/builds/by_part/jGYLrH#e=1988,2008,2001,1892

Comment reply on Forum Topic "EVGA Dark 299 and NZXT Cooling vs what this guy says about my build"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

I am confused, are you referring to wanting opinions on the text in the quote mark which is what the buyer is suggesting?

"So a few important notes: you’re going to want to use a Corsair AIO (h150) and Corsair fans. NZXT’s quality just isn’t there. The cases are awesome but they don’t do fans well, at least not yet.

Corsair H150 is a solid AIO, but there is a premium to it. Similarly it depends on what platform your looking at cooling. Corsair's fan's, once again there are so many of them in various flavours, RGB etc that the price changes dramatically, will need to be more specific. They have some solid SKU's but there are other manufactures which personally I prefer, but the corsair stuff does provide a appeal in terms of aesthetics.

The motherboards from Evga just Aren’t quite there. We would go with an ASUS hero or even better the gigabyte Aorus master. It’s actually the highest quality z390 board AND not even the most expensive! Gigabyte really got their operation in gear and did an amazing job on the 390 series and X570 series.

You mention EVGA Dark X299 in title, yet the ASUS Hero is a mainstream board, sounds like your comparing various platforms? With that said, X299 Dark is actually a very solid board for X299. It was designed for overclocking in mind and this can be seen in area's such as there RAM topology, but with that said, the revised X299 boards that are being launched with 10xxx are also more capable.

On the mainstream side, ASUS is a solid option with there Hero, but I would agree, Gigabyte last few gens has really improved, they offer very solid options on z390 and X570.

Rest of it, while overkill, is a great list. The 1600W psu is overkill unless you want 3+ gpus. Get a 1000W and you’ll have more than enough power even with 2 gpus

Not wrong there, 1600w is overkill for 99% of users. Even 1000w is pretty overkill for most unless your going to pick up a pair of power hungry GPU's and CPU.

Most users will be fine on a quality 650w PSU for most the part, which will handle most mainstream CPU and high end GPU combinations fine with some overhead.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "I need help with my phanteks evolv shift!!!"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

I assume you mean be able to put fans on the front panel? One up top and one in the compartment below. If so, you should be fine I expect. I have a Strix GPU in which is is slightly thinner, but not by much but there is still couple of cm play between the bracket the GPU is held in and the fans. Abit this is in the Shift X, but AFAIK that only changes dimension height wise.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Corsair AX1600i 1600W or Super Flower LEADEX Titanium 1600W Power Supply"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Use the AX1600i myself, solid quality PSU and had no issues with it, very quiet in use, even pulling 1000w+ under load. The superflower is also a quality unit, guess it will be dependent on price and also if you actually need such a PSU?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Where Do I find CPU/Mobo chipset version??"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

If you have CPU-Z already, just go to the mainboard section.

It will list the chipset and southbridge. It will be the southbridge field most people likely refer to when talking about chipset in this instance and it will show, x570, X299, z370 etc. I assume that is what your talking about.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ASUS Aura Sync"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

ASUS aura will work for things like the GPU etc.

With that said, while you can still install ASUS Aura, However, do be aware, I can see RGB headers on the board, they will NOT usually work with ASUS Aura, so if the fans you mentioned will be connected up to those RGB header's, AURA sync will not work usually. Those headers will likely need ASROCK's polychrome Sync software. It also likely I expect the polychrome software will also be able to manage the RGB on the memory these days: https://www.asrock.com/microsite/PolychromeRGB/

GPU though if ASUS is unlikely to sync with polychrome so may end up with a situation you need polychrome to support the RGB header functionality and AURA for the GPU with memory being okay with either.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Phanteks ETHNOO 719 Build: EVGA Dark. EVGA 2080 Ti, etc"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Your monitor in the list is different to one in your comments, you list has a Ultrawide 1080p monitor in the list.

You don't need a 1.6KW PSU for that build, not even half of that (800w) will have issues with your list.

You have 850 Pros in your list which are overpriced, but tbh in your other thread a number of these odd parts were addressed: https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/339592-cooling-and-storage-for-a-simple-non-cutom-loop-build-in-a-huge-phateks-case your burning money.

Would not bother modifying the GPU to accept an AIO in the short term. That cooler your paying a premium for is a pretty good solution to keep it cool and quiet out the box, your wasting money if its simply a placeholder: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/evga-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-xc-ultra/37.html

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Recommend power supply for 2080 super sli"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Yes it was, see second post. You can see GPU alone can do around 260w out the box and a little bit more peak at times I expect. OC it further and will likely go up a shade. So yes, less then 320w but still a decent amount with a pair of GPU's that CPU and all the other bits with all under a simultaneous load. Given minimal cost increase to 1200w in grand scheme of things, would just opt for that if your sticking to ASUS.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Recommend power supply for 2080 super sli"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Ahhh yeah your righ good spot, but here is another example of just 2080S Power consumption using just under 260w out the box: https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_rtx_2080_super_gaming_x_trio_review,6.html

add couple more watts for Strix would not surprise me to see 280w peek at times. OC and notch it further will still by drinking the power so personally in grand scheme of things and price would pick the bigger PSU.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Recommend power supply for 2080 super sli"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

850 watts is pushing it. You can see from a review for the card (abit OC rather then advanced): https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/9186/asus-geforce-rtx-2080-super-rog-strix-oc-review/index10.html it can push 320 watts or so out the box. I assume your workload will be capable of loading the cards heavily and equally therefore would not be surprised to see you notching close to 650 watts or so. Add in the CPU under load and other components and you may be close to the limit.

Given the price your paying for the system and the fact there is a 1200w unit of the same PSU your looking at for around $60 more: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/DnBTwP/asus-1200-w-80-platinum-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-rog-thor-1200p which is trivial and around a 1.5 % increase relative to your overall system cost, I would just grab that as I assume you want to stick with ASUS for aesthetics and that is the only tier above 850w ASUS do.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Elder Scrolls VI"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Quiet the opposite IMO. Sooooo much content for the price. Single player, dungeons, trials etc. For a price to hour ratio it is by far the highest value game I have played. I have poured in about 2500 hours over 2 and a bit years or so at a cost of around £275 including ESO + subscription during that time. In comparison a triple AAA game with great single player like witcher 3 + expansions is around £60 or so and will last around 150 or so hours doing everything.

Compared to when it launched, the game has massively been improved and overhauled.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Connecting speakers and amp"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

The wire will of course be covered, your buying something like this: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-16-Gauge-Audio-Stereo-Speaker/dp/B006LW0WDQ/ref=sr_1_6?keywords=speaker+wire&qid=1579194296&sr=8-6 or similar which comes in a jacket already.

At the ends you strip the wire, only need to strip the length of wire you will be hooking up to the binding posts or putting through a banana plug / spade. Should be no need for heatshrink.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Connecting speakers and amp"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

You will just need speaker cable. You will just need to strip the ends off each side and go into the binding post on the Amp side and speaker side.

With that said, you can also pick up something like Bannana plugs or spades which makes things cleaner and I use on my speaker cable runs rather then bare wire.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "ARGB Connections?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

It depends on the fan's.

If the fan's just have a normal Addressable header then yes, can connect to your addressable RGB header fine.

Some other's however can be somewhat more propitiatory however such as corsairs LLs or NZXT HUE 2 fans etc.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Can I put one GPU on any PCIe 4.0 x16 slot?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Yes you can.

Do keep in mind however, the second slot is PCIe 4.0 x 8 and the third slot down is only x4. so don't be surprised for most GPU's if you see if as PCIe 3.0 x 8 (PCIe 4.0 for those few that support it) being shown in something like GPU-Z

Not much of an issue however as even PCIe 4.0 x 8 (well Gen 3.0 x 8) is fine for most GPU's only a very small impact with even a 2080Ti.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Elder Scrolls VI"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Yup, looking forward to it very much! But to be honest, its so far out at the moment anyways I expect, not really on my immediate radar

Do I expect absolute polish or perfection, nope. But Had an absolute blast with Skyrim and Oblivion at launch and more so once mods etc come out.

Hopefully there are some lessons learnt from 76, I suppose starfield will show if Bethesda have chnaged ship. Though to be honest, for me only 76 has really fallen down, very much enjoyed most ES (and Elder scrolls online) and fallout games.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "GPU Water Cooling - Yay or Nay"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

From a performance perspective, no not really worth it. A half decent air cooler, such as the one already on the card will allow you to extract a fair bit of performance. Under water, sure you will be able to usually maintain a few steps higher under water then air, but not the the extent the 14% increase in price (assuming $700 card and $100 AIO modification) will be realised.

With that said, its kind of moot, you mention you already have the card, so play around with it now. Its pretty impossible with the protections built in to break a card tweaking via MSI AB etc.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "New to watercooling, need some help getting info for a GPU block"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

part originates from China and is not in the US at all.

Pretty much most components including GPUs are produced in China, Taiwan et al.

My question is will just any 2080ti waterblock work

No, different 2080Ti's have different PCB's so need to find the one specific for your model. The PCB and components on said PCB shift around so the water block will be milled accordingly. Usually the most popular models will get water blocks made to help ensure some ROI. Unfortunately that is largely a OEM model AFAIK and hard to buy one aftermarket, similarly not seen any PCB pics so not sure what is being used. Cursory glance at EK's configurator https://www.ekwb.com/configurator/ does not even list that model.

Would need to check on universal block's compatibility, but suspect the core would be okay of course, but need to make sure you properly cool the VRM section. More so on a 2080Ti given power consumption and what I suspect will be a less robust power delivery (so more heat for each component vs a more robust solution)

Comment reply on Forum Topic "My New PC boots up slow, anyone know why?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Indeed its normal for High end platform. With more memory channels and usually feature set it means performing more checks on start up, even with the fastest of NVME drives.

Can in some instances shave a few seconds by looking at and skipping some memory training settings in the BIOS, but would not bother.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Game Soundtracks"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points
  • Elder Scroll series - So many in Oblivion, Skyrim and ESO I have heard
  • Halo - so many songs in the series that give me goosebumps
  • Assasin Creed Series - Some real amazing songs in the series, in particular in Origins and Odyssey
  • Metal Gear Solid Phantom Pain - 4 also had some good songs, but far longer ago.
  • Mass effect, mostly in game, but they really nail playing the right tune to elicit the correct emotion
  • Witcher 3 - Not right up there, but there is some real nice tunes that I love listening too such as Ard Skelliga or Wind in the Caroberta Woods.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Dream Job"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

Pilot at a commercial airline. Do have a Private Pilot License, so do fly small craft, though not so much recently, but would have liked to take it further in hindsight.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "2020 PC Parts"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Not PC part, but general interest to see how consoles pan out this gen

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Why doesn't my mobo support the i7-9700k?"

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

While it the same socket, there is a divide. Mainstream Skylake (6xxx, so 6700k for example)) and Mainstream Kabylake (7xxx, 7700k for example) only work on z170 and z270 (and the associated locked motherboard).

Mainstream Coffee lake (8xxx, so 8700k) and CL refresh, so your 9700k requires z370 or newer, so basically, z370 or z390 board for your 9700k.

It is frustrating, but effectively on your motherboard you listed (strix z270-E) the 7700k is the best CPU you can get.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "DVD or Blu-ray"

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Yes a Blu-Ray writer will also be able to write both DVD's and CD's fine. If you go to optical drives then filter on Blu-Ray writer and DVD-Writer you will get a list of all the options: https://pcpartpicker.com/products/optical-drive/#xcx=0&t=1,3&sort=price

With that said, the Blu-ray writers are more expensive and generally, they have slightly lower speeds in some areas as you can see (look at the numbers in DVD write section), If still unsure, click on a player and scroll down specs listed on left hand side, PCPP does nice job of listing relevant speeds such as DVD+RW Speed, DVD-RW Speed etc.

largely will make minimal difference unless your sitting there and burning DVD after DVD or something and even then. This Blu-Ray writer: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/z2dqqs/lg-optical-drive-wh14ns40 has enough solid review and rating overall. Is also cheapest listed on site

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Using mystic light for a MSI GPU on a ASUS motherboard"

  • 3 months ago
  • 2 points

Are you connecting the RGB strips, fans etc to headers on the ASUS motherboard? If so, then no, Mystic will not actually recognise RGB items connected to those headers on the ASUS board, just confirmed this downloading Mystic on my various ASUS boards and somewhat expected behaviour.

Mystic will recognise other peripherals though such as the MSI GPU.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Rgb and Argb question."

  • 3 months ago
  • 2 points

No, you can use populate the headers at the same time fine. What the person or comment you likely saw was referring to that you cannot use a normal RGB strip on a ARGB header and vice versa.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Getting RAM to advertised speeds"

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

As others said a matter of enabling XMP (may see it as DCOP) in the BIOS.

Do note, DDR stands for double Data Rate. So the 1133 MT/s your seeing in iCUE should be doubled so the actual speed your getting is 2266 MT/s. Similarly when you enable XMP / DCOP in the BIOS, do not be surprised to see iCUE showing half of 3200, so 1600.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Asus ROG STRIX Z390-I Gaming Question"

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

Yup, as kschendel said. you can also check the actual manuals themselves, Most board manufactures including ASUS upload there manuals which detail all your answers.

Both are via the chipset. Both will allow SATA and NVME to work. However is one caveat in that SATA port 2 will be disabled if your using M2 Slot 1 in SATA mode (Not NVME)

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Asus ROG STRIX Z390-I Gaming Question"

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

No it will not, both the M.2 slots on the board are via the chipset.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "How can you tell if GPU is OC version or non-OC version?"

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

For your card there should be a simple way, you should have a small sticker on the rear like the third picture on this review of the card shows: https://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/asus_rog_strix_rtx_2080_ti_oc_review,8.html

The OC's model name on the sticker will be RTX2080Ti-O11G

Basically that O before the 11G will denote it being the OC version.

The method for using GPU-Z is as below.

On the main page, it will have a row labelled Default clock, it will match the out the box clock speeds listed for the 2080Ti OC strix. Added image here to show what I mean: https://imgur.com/w35946p (though this is for a 1080Ti still applies)

For that 2080Ti OC Strix, the card will show base clock of 1350 MHz and boost of 1650 Mhz as default.

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