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    Default RTX 2080Ti Showoff :)

    Bought from Thailand for 40,530 THB = 105,378 BDT

    Easily boosts to 1850Mhz. and fluid Shadow of Tomb Raider gameplay. very happy with the performance

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    Sweeeet

    Would love to see the rest of ur build
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    That is such a good looking card!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    Sweeeet

    Would love to see the rest of ur build
    rest of the build is very old. core i75820k coupled with 16gb ram and a 4k gsync monitor. dont get enough time to enjoy games anymore
    btw in every benchmark my cpu is shown running at clock speed. but it is running at 4 GHz seen by msi afterburner/AIDA64. can anyone please explain what's the reason? @Fox Mulder

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    That is such a good looking card!
    thanks.
    i am impressed by its auto boosting capacity. easily goes above 1900MHz but doesnt stay there. 1850MHz is the typical boost freq with temp of 65 degree. that's a great feature imo. but yes the price/ performance ratio is terrible. sad truth is from now on pc gaming is going to be more expensive than ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    rest of the build is very old. core i75820k coupled with 16gb ram and a 4k gsync monitor. dont get enough time to enjoy games anymore
    btw in every benchmark my cpu is shown running at clock speed. but it is running at 4 GHz seen by msi afterburner/AIDA64. can anyone please explain what's the reason? @Fox Mulder

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    thanks.
    i am impressed by its auto boosting capacity. easily goes above 1900MHz but doesnt stay there. 1850MHz is the typical boost freq with temp of 65 degree. that's a great feature imo. but yes the price/ performance ratio is terrible. sad truth is from now on pc gaming is going to be more expensive than ever.
    Yeah PC gaming has taken a turn in a weird direction. IMO the GPUs today costs waaaaay too much. I always used to buy GPUs within ~15k which used to net me a mid end card, and now all you get is something very low end with that money or even none at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Yeah PC gaming has taken a turn in a weird direction. IMO the GPUs today costs waaaaay too much. I always used to buy GPUs within ~15k which used to net me a mid end card, and now all you get is something very low end with that money or even none at all.
    i dont understand this, one would expect as time passes price to perf ratio should improve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    i dont understand this, one would expect as time passes price to perf ratio should improve
    Performance definitely has improved but look at the prices. To even get something decent you have to shell out 30k at the minimum.

    In the past there were cards like HD4850, HD5850, GTX460, GTX660 - these were mid end cards, could run games sacrificing a bit of quality. But the point is that you could've gotten these cards within the 15k mark. Though I do agree that the requirements have gone a lot higher for newer cards, esp since 120Hz+ monitors are a lot more common and with resolutions pushing upto 4k.

    Sorry for the off-topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    i dont understand this, one would expect as time passes price to perf ratio should improve
    It did, you simply can't look at just GPU classes anymore. We used to need $500 GPUs to max out games at 1080p, not you can do that with $300 or lower priced GPUs.

    Can't expect everything to get cheaper all round, a single bump in resolution exponentially increases GPU requirements.

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    Won't be silky smooth in SoTR once RTX patch comes up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    Won't be silky smooth in SoTR once RTX patch comes up.
    Most 2080 or 2080TI users will turn off RTX anyway not in just sotr but in any game to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    rest of the build is very old. core i75820k coupled with 16gb ram and a 4k gsync monitor. dont get enough time to enjoy games anymore
    btw in every benchmark my cpu is shown running at clock speed. but it is running at 4 GHz seen by msi afterburner/AIDA64. can anyone please explain what's the reason? @Fox Mulder
    My guess is that the cores are Turbo boosting. You probably have Multi Core Enhancement enabled in the BIOS along with XMP, because those two were two of the hottest features at the time.

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