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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 09:43:57 (permalink)
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Don't leave that thing unattended! 


This is an extremely isolated case. There are numerous forum members who run their PCs almost all day long and/or use folding at home which uses nearly 100 percent of the GPU.

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 09:45:09 (permalink)
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I have been following the threads closely. It was reported on Hardforum. I currently own both the EVGA XC and a Asus Turbo Dual fan 2080 TI so it has been of interest to me. On both my cards, I have measured the temps from the backplate  to be in the 105-112F range in those affected areas while the GPU area has been around the 122F range which is reported to be 55C by precision x1 and gpu-z.

How have you been measuring the Back Plate and the Affected Areas?
Also 44°C is nothing for the Black Plate if was lower say 20°C then then the Black Plate is not doing it's job.

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 10:02:35 (permalink)
Hey evga..just send out some thermal pads like you did the 1080sc fiasco...problem solved. lmao.
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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 10:59:20 (permalink)
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Hey evga..just send out some thermal pads like you did the 1080sc fiasco...problem solved. lmao.


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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 11:58:02 (permalink)
been running my 2 EVGA 2080 Ti for over 4 weeks Folding 24x7 --- No issues with mine

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 12:01:41 (permalink)
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https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/nvidia-acknowledges-issues-with-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-fe.html



(excerpt from link above)
 
"The company claims that the problems at hand are due to 'limited test escapes' which is indicating bad or defective parts on the PCB. Nvidia writes that the problems with the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition are based on early product batches, denoting 'early boards'. That also indicates that the problem (whatever the cause is) was solved with the current batches."

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 13:09:02 (permalink)
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the asus's origin of failure is not in the same location.


It’s within an inch and at the same location on the card. That is pretty close for two completely different brand boards.



the source is the white point, the black points are just plastic smoke.
 
Different locations.

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 13:26:14 (permalink)
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the source is the white point, the black points are just plastic smoke.
 
Different locations.




 
Fair enough on the white being the source and smoke being black...  but not sure I follow that they are different locations.  
 
I marked the white spot versus the two 4 pin fan headers (fuschia) and the two 8 pin power connectors (blue) with the burn being in red.  How are these different locations though? They are the same location on both cards.
 
P.s. First time having my computer up to look at it versus a tiny phone screen.  Definitely the same location. 
 

 

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 13:27:30 (permalink)
Ah, yeah sorry, matter of perspective on the cards being from different angles.

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 13:34:35 (permalink)
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Ah, yeah sorry, matter of perspective on the cards being from different angles.


Ah, got it, that makes sense.  I figured that may have been the reason, after looking closer. :-) 
 
I just edited my other post.  Looking at it on a PC versus a phone is a huge difference as well.  

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 13:35:43 (permalink)
Loose solder ball seems the most plausible reason.

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/15 14:57:04 (permalink)
I could definitely see that.  
 
I did notice that both PCB's have different markings on them.  That would lead me to believe that they were fabricating in two different factories, which would reduce other possibilities.  Hopefully these are extremely limited cases and are unique to these users.  

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/16 00:07:40 (permalink)
Learn how to manage your temps with Precision x1, even if it still in beta...definitively not for kids this device!! RIP human brain
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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/16 01:30:34 (permalink)
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Learn how to manage your temps with Precision x1, even if it still in beta...definitively not for kids this device!! RIP human brain



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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/16 04:09:31 (permalink)
But have you used benchmark like furmark?
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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/16 11:06:10 (permalink)
Would be funny if it was the RGB controller letting the smoke out of those components
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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/17 11:51:19 (permalink)
Here is Buildzoid's "RTX 2080 Ti FE PCB Analysis" video, you can get a look at what is in the area of the blow out
 

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/17 12:04:25 (permalink)
crunching and surfing  my virgin 11G-P4-2383-KR
 
RTX 2080 Ti XC ULTRA  backplate reads with IR therm the burned area 38c and rest 32c  
 
looks EVGA had ran this card for never had the new smell of PCB out of the box, I guess their having issues with reference PCB vendor for was a delay in shipping to weed out the bad ones. 
glad they made sure for I run 7/24 or would be another Fire liability like Pacific Gas & Electric over California's Fire disaster 2018 or  was it EK water block kit
 
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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/19 13:01:30 (permalink)
May very well be current overflow from a chip getting too hot and destroying itself, and taking everything along with it in a dead short. The burned area is I believe part of the power supply circuitry for RAM.
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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/19 13:05:11 (permalink)
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May very well be current overflow from a chip getting too hot and destroying itself, and taking everything along with it in a dead short. The burned area is I believe part of the power supply circuitry for RAM.




its not.

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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2018/11/19 13:39:58 (permalink)
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its not.



Closer inspection reveals that true. The NCP45491 Shunt monitor (U50) isn't as close as I thought on the other side of the board. Appears to just be a blown inductor.


Quad5Ny
There was probably a loose solder ball (or other metal) and that shorted out L64 and also L65 blew.
Pic's of a good PCB here: 



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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2019/03/26 01:52:05 (permalink)
This just happened to me on the same spot and it looks like the same thing. Isolated or not, DO NOT leave your computer running at your house while your away (i have the RTX 2080ti black edition). I owned an evga 780 for 4 years and always left my computer running while i was gone. I never had issues. I left this computer by itself before but thank god it decided to burn while i was home. Just be cautious. Also on a note, EVGA costumer service is handling it fine. It just sucks because i cant play for a while and i dont like typing on my phone.
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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2019/03/26 12:20:02 (permalink)
do you have pictures. I'm having another problem differently where GPUz is stating that VRel and VOp in the sensor log and every few hours my screen shuts off.


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Re: EVGA 2080ti "burned" 2019/08/07 03:57:02 (permalink)
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This just happened to me on the same spot and it looks like the same thing. Isolated or not, DO NOT leave your computer running at your house while your away (i have the RTX 2080ti black edition). I owned an evga 780 for 4 years and always left my computer running to while i was gone. I never had issues. I left this computer by itself before but thank god it decided to burn while i was home. Just be cautious. Also on a note, EVGA costumer service is handling it fine. It just sucks because i cant play for a while and i dont like typing on my phone.

 
I had Evga rtx 2060 xc ultra and then got rtx 2080ti. I've been used to it: I always leave my PC running while I'm away. Thanks for the warning. I will keep an eye on it now.
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