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Hi.

 

Im pretty sure, that this thread will be moved. But since Im not sure, where to, so I just post it here.

 

Has anybody experienced problems with an RTX 2080 Super? Especially with V-Sync?

 

I bought one (Zotac Twin Fan) but sent it back today.

 

Problem was, that I had recurring black screens. I did not find out exactly why, but my assumption (that I was only able to verify 3 out of 4 times) is, that V-Sync was the culprit. Without it I think (not 100% sure though) I had no black-screens, but with V-Sync turned on I had maye 2 black screen in 1 hour of flying...

 

Since the fps with the RTX 2080S were in the 60-90ies, V-sync wasnt needed anyway, but it was a setting I failed to uncheck, when coming from my older 1660Ti, where I have 40-70fps with very slightly reduced settings (actually only 2x instead of 4x MSAA and ultra instead of extreme visib range).

Since I was not 100% sure, that the card was not faulty, I sent it back. But now Im not sure, if going to a RTX2080Super (or older RTX2080) from another manufacturer will also create the same situation.

 

Actually I bought this videocard to support my future VR-set, but since Im not sure about what set to buy right now anyway (Reverb? Index? Cosmos?) I now tend to postpone the whole VR-situation until next year, when Nvidia releases new hardware; also since my 1660Ti actually supports my 1440p-monitor quite well and the use of the much more powerful RTX2080 did not give a gain in the flying-experience.

 

Answers from any RTX-card-users would be welcome.


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Never seen this with a 2080ti either.

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Have a regular RTX 2080, have Vsync on in game using 165Hz capable Gsync monitor at 144Hz, no issues.

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Hi.

 

Im pretty sure, that this thread will be moved. But since Im not sure, where to, so I just post it here.

 

Has anybody experienced problems with an RTX 2080 Super? Especially with V-Sync?

 

I bought one (Zotac Twin Fan) but sent it back today.

 

Problem was, that I had recurring black screens. I did not find out exactly why, but my assumption (that I was only able to verify 3 out of 4 times) is, that V-Sync was the culprit. Without it I think (not 100% sure though) I had no black-screens, but with V-Sync turned on I had maye 2 black screen in 1 hour of flying...

 

Since the fps with the RTX 2080S were in the 60-90ies, V-sync wasnt needed anyway, but it was a setting I failed to uncheck, when coming from my older 1660Ti, where I have 40-70fps with very slightly reduced settings (actually only 2x instead of 4x MSAA and ultra instead of extreme visib range).

Since I was not 100% sure, that the card was not faulty, I sent it back. But now Im not sure, if going to a RTX2080Super (or older RTX2080) from another manufacturer will also create the same situation.

 

Actually I bought this videocard to support my future VR-set, but since Im not sure about what set to buy right now anyway (Reverb? Index? Cosmos?) I now tend to postpone the whole VR-situation until next year, when Nvidia releases new hardware; also since my 1660Ti actually supports my 1440p-monitor quite well and the use of the much more powerful RTX2080 did not give a gain in the flying-experience.

 

Answers from any RTX-card-users would be welcome.

 

Hi

 

Did you get to the bottom of this? I'm having a very similar problem with a 2080 Super (Zotac twin fan). See my thread:

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=249041

 

I've raised a support ticket but all I've been told from support so far is that they are seeing a number of crashes with the 2080 Super. That's not hugely helpful as if I RMA and get the same then I'm back to square one!

 

Thanks

 

Chris

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Hi

 

Did you get to the bottom of this? I'm having a very similar problem with a 2080 Super (Zotac twin fan). See my thread:

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=249041

 

I've raised a support ticket but all I've been told from support so far is that they are seeing a number of crashes with the 2080 Super. That's not hugely helpful as if I RMA and get the same then I'm back to square one!

 

Thanks

 

Chris

 

Sorry for my late answer. I did not find no solution and gave back the card. I now have a 2070Super from Gigabyte and have no problems.

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RTX 2080 Super and VR Problems

 

Hi.

 

Im pretty sure, that this thread will be moved. But since Im not sure, where to, so I just post it here.

 

Has anybody experienced problems with an RTX 2080 Super? Especially with V-Sync?

 

I bought one (Zotac Twin Fan) but sent it back today.

 

Problem was, that I had recurring black screens. I did not find out exactly why, but my assumption (that I was only able to verify 3 out of 4 times) is, that V-Sync was the culprit. Without it I think (not 100% sure though) I had no black-screens, but with V-Sync turned on I had maye 2 black screen in 1 hour of flying...

 

Since the fps with the RTX 2080S were in the 60-90ies, V-sync wasnt needed anyway, but it was a setting I failed to uncheck, when coming from my older 1660Ti, where I have 40-70fps with very slightly reduced settings (actually only 2x instead of 4x MSAA and ultra instead of extreme visib range).

Since I was not 100% sure, that the card was not faulty, I sent it back. But now Im not sure, if going to a RTX2080Super (or older RTX2080) from another manufacturer will also create the same situation.

 

Actually I bought this videocard to support my future VR-set, but since Im not sure about what set to buy right now anyway (Reverb? Index? Cosmos?) I now tend to postpone the whole VR-situation until next year, when Nvidia releases new hardware; also since my 1660Ti actually supports my 1440p-monitor quite well and the use of the much more powerful RTX2080 did not give a gain in the flying-experience.

 

Answers from any RTX-card-users would be welcome.

 

 

I have a RTX 2080 Super with a brand new i7 9700KF 3.6Ghz, 32G DDR4 3000Mhz, Water Cooled Running W10 on an SSD with fully updated drivers for everything, With the Oculus Rift S and Thrustmaster Warthog and have been getting an insane amount of crashes and freezes when playing DCS in VR. I contacted Eagle Dynamics and they gave me a list things to try to no avail, the last thing they recommended trying was replacing the 650W power supply to an 850W.

I have dropped all graphical settings to medium with a Pixel Density of 1.5 and am still getting image freezing in VR. I’m not sure on the frame rate but it doesn’t look great.

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