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    GPU Base Clock Frequency
    2.21 gigahertz
    GPU Boost Clock Frequency
    2.51 gigahertz
    DisplayPort Ports
    3 x DisplayPort
    HDMI Ports
    1 x HDMI
    Maximum Resolution
    8K (4320p)
    Maximum Number of Displays Supported
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NVIDIA - GeForce RTX 4080 16GB GDDR6X Graphics Card - Titanium/Black

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Big Card Big Price

    The card is enormous, heavy, and power hungry. I have it paired with a 13700k and I think my 850 watt power supply is the bare minimum to keep those two fed. Also, it comes with an adapter but make sure your power supply has three 8 pin PCIe connectors or a Gen 5 connector. Also, in regards to its weight, probably either mount it vertically if your case allows or get something to prevent sag. The blower style fans are pretty quiet and keep the card cool in my Lian Li Lancool 216. Performance over my EVGA 3080 (RIP EVGA) is significant in both games and video rendering. The biggest con is the price. I needed a second machine with some guts to it but I probably could have compromised. By buying it, I'm validating NVIDIA's bonkers new pricing scheme. Hopefully extra competition will knock some sense into them.

    Posted by Adrian

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Power efficient and good cooling.

    Despite the price I got this. I was actually waiting for the Noctua version but it's almost the same price as the 4090! Comes in a dedicated and sealed shipping box. No way it could be tampered with without that seal being broken. That box was shipped direct from the factory to a ware house then shipped to a BestBuy store that you pickup from. In that box will be a heavy duty and pristine 4080 box. I went with the 4080 because I also do a lot of AI work and needed the 16GB of VRAM. My 4080 fans don't even go on when playing Overwatch 2 at 1440p at max settings. Ambient temp is 22C and card is at 41C. Core i7-10700 System with 2 27" 1440p monitors pull 250watts per my UPS when on Overwatch 2 at max settings. Then again I set my 4 case fans at max when gaming. If the ambient temp is low enough I can keep the fans at low. My pictures show it with a EZDIY-FAB 12VHPWR 12+4 Pin Angle Connector Power Adapter (the reverse version) and it hovers over the heatsinks and gives good clearance. RE: GPU sag Since the FE is a shorter card than 3 fan cards I didn't notice any noticeable sag but I put a cheap bracket and support just in case. Who couldn't use a little support?

    Posted by PoppinPinelli

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Plenty powerful for 4K 120hz

    My goal was to build a PC for 4K gaming at 120FPS for my LG C2 OLED display. At first I considered getting the RTX 4090, but I figured it would be overkill. I decided to save $400 and get the RTX4080, and wow.. this thing does not disappoint. The Founder's Edition is super clean, and best of all it has a shorter cooler than the third-party cards. I believe it comes in at 304mm long, which worked well in my Fractal-Design North case with a front-mount AIO. I get that this card has a lot of hate behind it at this price point, but every card is overpriced right now, and this card eats up any game I throw at it, so I can't really complain. Cyberpunk 2077 in Overdrive mode runs great at 60FPS with FG and DLSS Balanced mode. And I can always scale down to push native 4k 120fps, but overdrive is like candy. Everything else either hits 120fps in native 4K, or hits 120fps with help from DLSS Quality/Balanced and FG when needed. Would buy again.

    Posted by Kets