About RTX 2080 ti and RTX 2080


#1

Just saw them available in my country by resellers:

Prices:

PALIT RTX 2080 Ti 11GB GamingPro OC 1335 Euro / 1539 USD in Stock
ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 8GB Dual OC 953 Euro / 1099 USD in Stock
ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Dual OC 1417 Euro / 1633 USD awaiting

vs the older one

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB AORUS 815 Euro / 940 USD

In my opinion the new gpu’s are pretty expensive and i personally didn’t await such a big gap to the 1080ti’s.

Anybody tested mining allready with these? Results? Anybody bought one of these allready?


#2

I saw some benchmarks On Ethereum the TI does 58 MH overclocked and the 2080 does 42 MH overclocked. It is only about 10% faster for twice the price. I imagine an ETH pill would only raise it another 10%. They did better on equihash (who cares) and Lyra2v2 though, but still not fast enough to justify the cost. I imagine when the 1080s and 1080TIs sell out the prices will go down. Used 1080’s and 1080ti’s went up about 20% after the benchmarks came out.


#3

I saw a picture too somewhere and the most gains was with rvn, and it was 26-28 Mh (which is 20-30% increase).

Maybe rtx + acron fpga would have some drastic gains?

I wouldn’t invest in new gpu @ this stage…


#4

They have a higher Hashrate with lower power use.
But wouldn’t buy them for mining, 1080 and 1080 Ti you want now. ( if you still mining GPU ) price difference is to big, I could buy 2 3 month old 1080 ti for the same price as 1 2080.
They are too late Ii guess hehehe no 2080 rig for me :stuck_out_tongue:


#5

seems ALL GPU mining is not able to cover electricity cost already…


#6

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