ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC

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Current Price $1,199.99 July 24, 2023
Highest Price $1,199.99 July 24, 2023
Lowest Price $1,199.99 July 24, 2023
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ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC Description

Powerful Graphics Performance

The ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC Edition Graphics Card is a potent gaming powerhouse. It features an 8-pin power connector, 16GB of GDDR6X memory and a PCI-E 4.0 interface for fast, efficient loading and response times. Its second-generation Ray Tracing cores are clocked at 1800MHz, and the GPU itself can handle DirectX® 12, Vulkan API, OpenGL® 4.6, and CUDA® 7.2 for advanced gaming experiences. A dual fan cooling system helps in keeping the card’s temperatures low, allowing you to truly game in total comfort. With its NVIDIA Ampere architecture and Turing architecture, the card is the ideal choice for gamers who are serious about their gaming.

Visual Fidelity & Upgrades

Aside from sheer power, the ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC Edition Graphics Card also features incredible visual fidelity. With its Triple Axial Fans, the card utilizes a blade-to-blade design to deliver higher air pressures for heavy loads. In addition, its Pivot-Firm technology helps reduce turbulence by combining two blades into one fan, doubling the pressure for improved cooling and acoustics. Its 10-phase power delivery system utilises premium components to ensure amazing performance. Thanks to the ASUS Aura Sync RGB technology, your card looks as good as is plays. You can control and adjust the RGB lighting using the intuitive ASUS software for a more personalized experience.

Ultimate Gaming Experience

The ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC Edition Graphics Card caters to the most serious gamers. It features overclocked modes, allowing you to get the most out of the card. It also utilises the ASUS MaxContact Technology, a unique design feature that is meant to provide a better contact with the GPU with up to 2 times the efficacy. This enables a maximum heat transfer, allowing for better cooling and GPU performance in intense gaming. With its generous memory capacity and overclocking capabilities, the card is a must-have for all gamers who want to get the best out of their gaming experience.

Features & Benefits

The ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC Edition Graphics Card is the perfect choice for gamers looking to take their gaming experience to the next level. It utilises the latest technologies to deliver unparalleled performance and visuals, while its overclocking capabilities allow you to get even more out of the card. With its intuitive software and customizable RGB lighting effects, you can make the card truly yours.

Features:
– 8-pin power connector
– 16GB of GDDR6X memory
– Second-generation Ray Tracing cores
– PCI-E 4.0 interface
– Triple Axial Fans
– Pivot-Firm technology
– 10-phase power delivery system
– ASUS Aura Sync RGB technology
– NVIDIA Ampere and Turing architectures
– Overclocked modes
– ASUS MaxContact Technology
– Intuitive software
– Customizable RGB lighting effects

ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC Specification

Max Screen Resolution

‎7680 x 4320

Memory Speed

‎4000

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080

Chipset Brand

‎NVIDIA

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎16 MB

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎Gaming GeForce RTX 4080 16GB GDDR6X OC Edition Graphic Card

Item model number

‎TUF-RTX4080-O16G-GAMING

Item Weight

‎4.18 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎13.07 x 5.9 x 2.85 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎13.07 x 5.9 x 2.85 inches

Manufacturer

‎ASUS

Date First Available

‎November 16, 2022

ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX® 4080 OC Reviews (10)

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Card is good but was getting bad hotspot temps, where the core was 67c and hotspot was 92c. Took the card apart and found the thermal paste job was bad from asus. Re pasted with thermal grizzly and hotspot is under 70c. Gaming this runs most games at 4k with no issues.

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  2. Slider

    It does everything. I tried a Merc 7900xt on VR was terrible, blurry and terrible FPS. This card for VR, plugged it in and everything worked 100% with 100FPS and super sharp in ACC. Love this card for VR.

    BUT if you don’t play VR just get the Merc 7900xt Black Edition, it for sure can give this card a run for its money once overclocked. Just look at Jaytwocents channel on how to OC the 7900xt.

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  3. Sr sherry

    Todo muy bien no llego muy dañada leves rapones en la caja. Asegúrense de que su gabinete sea gordo por que si esta delgado el cable pcie va a topar con el cristal templado yo tengo un nzxt h9 y tuve ese leve problema lo solucione con un adaptador y listo tenia una 3060ti y y encerio jugar warzone que es lo unico que e probado a mas de 200hz esta muy chido tengo 2 monitor un 1440p a 165hz y otro de 240hz en 1080p solo e probado el de 240hz y todo en ultra esta super chido vas volando literal

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  4. Amazon Customer

    Tutto perfetto

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  5. jb512

    So you’re considering upgrading your GPU. There’s plenty of options around, but gosh darn, those prices are steep! Is a modern GPU really worth the expense?

    Well, it depends…

    If you’re the average computer user and like to watch movies or do some social media posting, with occasional email and web browsing, then no. This GPU is severely overkill. It would be overpriced and you would never utilize the immense list of features and capabilities it offers. Could be more beneficial investing in an Intel GPU if you really want to upgrade your setup and stay ahead of the obsolescence avalanche.

    If you’re a gamer, however – or perhaps a video editor, or 3D CGI creator, or Videographer content creator, then this GPU, the ASUS TUF Gaming RTX4080 16GB might be a good fit for you. Yes, it’s expensive, but it’s a powerful and vastly capable card. As someone who does photo/video/audio restoration and conversion, this GPU runs major circles around my previous GPU (and RTX2060). I can render photo enhancements almost instantly, and render videos in a fraction of the time (especially using nVidia’s increasingly popular AV1 codec – exclusive to the 4000 series RTX GPUs).

    And gaming? Fuggedaboudit…… I can max out every setting in Cyberpunk 2077 @ 4K resolution and this thing eats it up like candy – even in the most graphically demanding areas of the game – and still gets at least 90-100+fps. Same with every other game I’ve thrown at it so far (not a small list of RTX games, either). Game after game after game, and this GPU never balks. It just powers through each one with flying colors.

    So why not get the RTX4070? None of the 4070 models really push the limits like the 4080. Are they not worth it? By no means – the 4070 cards are also capable GPUs in their own right. They just don’t do quite enough, in my opinion, to justify the cost.

    What about the RTX4090? Quite simply because they don’t produce enough power over the 4080 to justify their cost, either. And they suck significantly more power than the 4080 – without significant differences in capabilities.

    Simply put, the RTX 4080 – specifically the ASUS TUF Gaming 16GB GPU hits ALL the sweet spots for me. It’s just the finest GPU I’ve ever had the pleasure of owning and using. And if you’re a content creator like me, your revenue should easily justify the cost of this beast GPU, considering the amount of time you’ll same rendering material.

    Do I recommend this GPU? 100%. Buy one before they’re all gone – and the prices spike again.
    (Also, I do not work for nor am I sponsored by any company. This is my own personal, honest opinion on this product, as a small business owner and content creator.) Hope the info helps! Happy shopping!

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  6. Daniel

    I’ve tested this GPU well with Blender, benchmarks and some games as well. Despite leaving it rendering large projects and long-running benchmarks (and games too), it doesn’t seem to go above 65-66 degrees C, even on the hot day that I’ve tested it on. The oversized cooler is a bit inconvenient as it covers a few other PCIe connectors, but it wasn’t an issue for me with an ATX motherboard and a WiFi NIC on the final PCIe connector.

    It’s a bit of a shame that the GPU Tweak III software doesn’t work on Linux, but there are alternatives for its more important features. The amount of GPU memory has not been an issue with anything I’ve tested, even rendering in extremely high resolutions and the ray-tracing boost in performance makes work in Blender possible in the live render view.

    It was definitely possible to make the heatsink thinner without increasing the maximum reached temperature by much. Sound-wise, the fans only start spinning at ~50 degrees C and are very quiet.

    As an added note, when the GPU is connected to power (PSU is providing it power and connected to the wall, even when the PC is off), there is a red light on the GPU which initially seemed like some sort of error indicator, but there’s nothing in its manual suggesting that and since the GPU is performing well, I can only guess it is a power indicator. I’m not certain why it was required, but if it bugs you, it’s possible to cover that LED with a non-conductive material that blocks light and is not particularly affected by nearby high temperatures (40-50 degrees C).

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  7. Amazon Customer

    No se asusten si les enciende el led rojo, es debido al adaptador 3×8 pin que incluye la grafica, sin embargo no es un dato de alarma, solo cerciorarse de que este bien conectado el adaptador !
    Fue algo que me incomodo al inicio sin embargo al investigar un poco, me entere que era por el adaptador y hasta ahora todo bien,
    P.D. si tienes fuente atx 3.0 no hay de que preocuparse ese led rojo no encendera ya que trae el conectot 12vhpwr nativo

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  8. Diego Mendoza

    The media could not be loaded.

     fit in my old corsair huge case + a nearly 10 years old 750W PSU, so far so good, and I feel lucky that my card does not have coil whine.
    Even when full load, it seldom go beyond 60c.

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  9. Mark Mayberry

    I built my first pc this year and I went all out (for what I can) with a
    Asus rog z790-i
    Intel 13900k
    64gb ddr5
    500gb boot drive m.2
    2tb m.2 nvme
    Corsair 200 case
    Samsung 49″ Odyssey 240hz
    Asus 280mm AIO
    2 Asus Rog 140 case fans
    And the system was crowns with an Intel A770 when if first came out. Over time it has gotten better and really can’t complain about it.

    But I wanted to know if Nvidia was better. And if going from 60hz @ 99% to 240hz @ 99% is worth the extra $1000 to you, then go for it. But to me it’s not a perfect seamless upgrade 😕. I’ve fresh installed the latest drivers and I’m still getting weird glitches with reds and blues separating showing the same object in games. It’s almost like the old 3d glasses screens. And the pc has crashed. I’m hoping it’s a temp problem with going to the bigger card. As the aio is much hotter than it used to get (the 13900k is temp limited to 90°c) it’s in a new case as well. But it’s open side right now as I wait for the 180 pcie 5.0 power adapter. And the 360mm aio

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  10. Lloyd E. Fitchen

    I mean really quiet and huge, that can be a problem as it is twice as fat as a normal rtx380 so a
    vertical riser would almost certainly be a issue with many cases. I used a Tower case.

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