Fast, quiet, looks great. I had a 3080 before this and it sounded like a jet whenever I played a game. Half the time Im playing a game now the fans actually turn off.
I just build a PC recently with absolutely zero prior knowledge in hardware. Growing up playing PC games on a laptop with integrated graphics was no fun, so now that I have zero limitations Im overwhelmed. Great performance no matter the game youre running. LHR affects nothing for a day-to-day consumer, so dont let that make you feel like youre missing out. Cannot go wrong tossing one of these bad boys in your PC.
So far so good only been a few weeks but its working. oh but I can say this if you dont know alot about gpu's and you're wanting to use it for xplane DO NOT GO AMD buy nvida! It's just not compatible
Very fast and capable card when coming from an older GTX card. My monitor is only 1080P but capable of 240hz refresh rate. With G-Sync on and settings at max in World of Warships there were no glitches what-so-ever. Just smooth great graphics.
- 2K gaming at HIGH on most any game will push 100+FPS - 4K gaming at HIGH can do 60 FPS on cyberpunk - 1080p gaming on three monitors at one at 100+ FPS - Looks great and no RGB to worry about (had a ROG Stryx 3060 OC that the RGB always got messed up on)
Fits and looks great, runs quite, and it blows away the RX 5700 XT which it replaced.
Amazing performance per watt compared to the first generation RDNA cards. Very light (722 grams), so it does not sag like my old RX 580 that weighed over 1.1kg. Undervolting is super easy to configure in the driver compared to my RX 580. Instead of having to manually dial in five different voltages for five different clock speeds it's just a percentage slider.
Works As Advertised
RGB letters Immediately improved my pc Very reasonable price even with the bundle Quiet fans
The card arrived with only a slight shipping delay. It was nicely packaged and came with everything I needed for a quick and easy install. I got it all set up and decided to benchmark it using Passmark. I was astounded at the Passmark 3D graphics mark of 21395. Take that everyone who blew a lot more cash on an RTX3060 or a Radeon 6800.
-Good performance at 1080p -Quiet and cool even while under load
-good temps -fast and powerful -good price to performance
-much needed upgrade from Rx 580
- cool *basically never reaches 70°C under load on the quiet vbios* - quiet - no coil whine on my unit - runs games easily *2k and 4k+*
-Good Lord it's a mighty fast graphics card. -Overall, it's a nice looking card. Not derivative of others. -Solid build quality in both feel and looks. -Massive heat sink that works. On close inspection you can see full contact from thermal pads. -Good packaging (for the most part). -Overclocking boosts performance massively. Even the one click in ASRock Tweak. I haven't spent any time fine tuning but I got it to 2800 just to see. It'll pob hit 3000.
Super fast compared to my 1050ti that it replaced
At 1309.99 MSRP the MSI GAMING X TRIO 4080 produces minimal coil whine, superior temperatures, and excellent overclocking potential. I'm unable to compare with the competition, but for price/performance do not be upsold on some other "OC"/"SUPRIM" variant without considering the jump to a 4090. MSI has a winning formula with this cooling system - this is the card to beat.
Seems to do what I need. Ran cyberpunk no issues. Mainly used for farming simulator and I can max it out for the most part. The game not the card
- Runs cool, with overclock or not - High frames - Easy install - No issues with drivers