NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080


RTX 2080 Specs



Release Date

September 20, 2018

3D Mark


Power Usage

212 W

Video Memory

8 GB

What is the MSRP of the RTX 2080?

The MSRP of the RTX 2080 is $699. However, the retail prices may vary due to demand and supply fluctuations.

About the RTX 2080

The RTX 2080 is a high-end graphics card by NVIDIA, released in September 2018. It is based on the Turing architecture and supports ray tracing and AI technologies. It has 8 GB of GDDR6 memory, 2944 CUDA cores, and a boost clock of 1710 MHz. It is designed for gaming, creative, and streaming applications. It is one of the first graphics cards to support DirectX 12 Ultimate, a new standard for next-generation graphics.

RTX 2080 FPS on Popular Games (1080p)





Counter-Strike: Global Offensive


Grand Theft Auto V


PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds




The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt



See how others feel about the RTX 3080 from around the web.

J. Lenglet


Verified Purchase

Good card. Best I could find at budget.

Works well. Tad expensive for what it is. Replaced my 1060 and renders way faster. As in minutes not hours. I dont play games. Business use, graphic work and some video editing. Cards are expensive now. Oddly, the onboard fans dont kick in until 60 degrees but seem to cool the chip fast so .... works.



Verified Purchase

Still a good card!

I was able to get this card for not much more than the cost of a 2070 Super, but a bit less than most 2080 Super's I saw going around at the time. It will be on display, vertically in my case, and I really disliked the look of how reflective the 20x0 Super cards are on the "bottom." It still performs ABOUT the same as a 2070 Super, so pretty relevant for today's titles of course. A 2070 Super is technically a better deal, being just a few frames lower, or in some cases higher, than this card for a little bit less but I was okay with the price difference for a certain aesthetic.

J. Smith


Verified Purchase

Great card, but loud fans

This card is amazing. It can handle any game I throw at it at max settings and high resolution. The ray tracing feature is also very impressive, although it does lower the frame rate a bit. The only downside is that the fans are very loud. They spin up to 100% whenever I launch a game, and they sound like a jet engine. I tried adjusting the fan curve with MSI Afterburner, but it didn’t help much. The card still gets very hot and noisy. I wish MSI would make a better cooling system for this card, or at least make the fans quieter. Other than that, I’m very happy with this card and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a powerful gaming experience.