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2018/11/30 15:51:07 (permalink)
Died yesterday. No previous signs or so. Memory was Micron. RMA proccess initiated. I am so disappointed. My first EVGA card that failed, ever. I own EVGA cards since it came to existence. Who is to blame? Nvidia for bad quality control? Or both (since EVGA should apply quality control as well)? Sorry for letting off steam on you guys...
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/11/30 16:09:33 (permalink)
    Man, sorry to hear that - a huge bummer for sure. Hate seeing these posts.
    How long did you have it?
     
    Hopefully EVGA will get you sorted promptly.

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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/11/30 16:31:58 (permalink)
    intellitour
    Died yesterday. No previous signs or so. Memory was Micron. RMA proccess initiated. I am so disappointed. My first EVGA card that failed, ever. I own EVGA cards since it came to existence. Who is to blame? Nvidia for bad quality control? Or both (since EVGA should apply quality control as well)? Sorry for letting off steam on you guys...


    What does Micron Memory have to do with the Card Failing.
    It is almost as if users are RMA'ing their cards hopes of getting a card with the Samsung Memory.
    What Troubleshooting have you performed?
     
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    Coincidence or not, after installing this driver my RTX 2080 Ti died. 

    What actions have you done since you are saying that the Driver Killed your Card.
    Did you uninstall the NVIDIA Drivers and Software and maybe run DDU in Safe Mode and install the older version of the Diver.
    post edited by bcavnaugh - 2018/11/30 16:40:37



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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/11/30 17:42:58 (permalink)
    My card has micron memory....as Micron has always been rock solid when I've used them I'm not worried about it..
     
    and even if it does 'die', I'll likely test other components like memory, psu and motherboard ...If I haven't changed the TIM at that point I might even try that ...
     
    then I'll simply RMA the card. I can't be sauced to worry about these things....I'm in my mid 50s and I have better things to worry about than "I CAN'T PLAY DOOM TONIGHT?? RABBLE RABBLE!"
     

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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 14:15:55 (permalink)
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 14:50:57 (permalink)
    One of mine died Saturday as well. Spent 4 hours trying to figure out what the issue was with my PC because I run SLI 2080Ti's and it failed in a weird way. It did not seem like a faulty GPU at all, but after pulling my PC apart and testing one card at a time I finally got the space invaders artifact after 20 min of Time Spy Extreme stress testing. Called EVGA customer service on a Saturday and the agent got me an RMA immediately. I have to say the customer service team is amazing!!! 

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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 15:33:18 (permalink)
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    One of mine died Saturday as well. Spent 4 hours trying to figure out what the issue was with my PC because I run SLI 2080Ti's and it failed in a weird way. It did not seem like a faulty GPU at all, but after pulling my PC apart and testing one card at a time I finally got the space invaders artifact after 20 min of Time Spy Extreme stress testing. Called EVGA customer service on a Saturday and the agent got me an RMA immediately. I have to say the customer service team is amazing!!! 


    Make sure you Check that this is an SLI Setup when you RMA.



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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 15:37:46 (permalink)
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    One of mine died Saturday as well. Spent 4 hours trying to figure out what the issue was with my PC because I run SLI 2080Ti's and it failed in a weird way. It did not seem like a faulty GPU at all, but after pulling my PC apart and testing one card at a time I finally got the space invaders artifact after 20 min of Time Spy Extreme stress testing. Called EVGA customer service on a Saturday and the agent got me an RMA immediately. I have to say the customer service team is amazing!!! 


    Make sure you Check that this is an SLI Setup when you RMA.




    I did check that box, I was curious why they even asked that though? Why does it matter? 

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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 15:57:03 (permalink)
    Heard from somewhere with people looking into the issue with the 2080ti that it may be something stupid with why these are all failing. Hinting power? Power regulation or something.

    Not anything to do with memory... as a guy had 2 cards die in a row and they both had different memory chips.

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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 16:05:20 (permalink)
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    One of mine died Saturday as well. Spent 4 hours trying to figure out what the issue was with my PC because I run SLI 2080Ti's and it failed in a weird way. It did not seem like a faulty GPU at all, but after pulling my PC apart and testing one card at a time I finally got the space invaders artifact after 20 min of Time Spy Extreme stress testing. Called EVGA customer service on a Saturday and the agent got me an RMA immediately. I have to say the customer service team is amazing!!! 


    Make sure you Check that this is an SLI Setup when you RMA.




    I did check that box, I was curious why they even asked that though? Why does it matter? 


    Because if they send you a new card and it is not of the same model they would replace both of your Cards.
    Say you have 2 GTX 1080 SC Ti in SLI and they had no more GTX 1080 Ti Cards they would then Send you Two GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Cards
    Or even two RTX 2020 Graphics Cards with a Special Deal on the New Bridge
     
    post edited by bcavnaugh - 2018/12/02 16:08:32



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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 17:41:57 (permalink)
    Great info!! Thank you for that, I never would have considered that might happen. 

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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/02 23:30:17 (permalink)
    I bought an evga geforce rtx 2080 ti ftw3 and now I’m worried about what it’s worth because it’s a very big marriage
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/03 00:11:23 (permalink)
    You are luck that you have EVGA card if something bad happen.
    But you know that reason is probably higher number of dying RTX graphic cards.
    NVIDIA explain that.
    Anyway they will need to replace and pay all loss.
     
    Micron is good memory. I have Micron on ASUS GTX1080Ti Poseidon, Micron is on TITAN XP, Quadro, Tesla.


     
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/03 00:25:21 (permalink)
    I already had problems with 1080 ftw and it was replaced with a new one, now it costs evga 1080ti, already half a year and everything is fine
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/04 11:56:53 (permalink)
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    Died yesterday. No previous signs or so. Memory was Micron. RMA proccess initiated. I am so disappointed. My first EVGA card that failed, ever. I own EVGA cards since it came to existence. Who is to blame? Nvidia for bad quality control? Or both (since EVGA should apply quality control as well)? Sorry for letting off steam on you guys...


    What does Micron Memory have to do with the Card Failing.
    It is almost as if users are RMA'ing their cards hopes of getting a card with the Samsung Memory.
    What Troubleshooting have you performed?
     

    intellitour
    Coincidence or not, after installing this driver my RTX 2080 Ti died. 

    What actions have you done since you are saying that the Driver Killed your Card.
    Did you uninstall the NVIDIA Drivers and Software and maybe run DDU in Safe Mode and install the older version of the Diver.




     
    Micron memory has nothing to do with it. I've mentioned that due to the number of other reports on RTX card failing with Micron memories. Have you ever seen any report of a dead RTX with Samsung memories? I did not.
     
    After the driver install, the card started to behave oddly. Naturally, the first thing that came to my mind was to DDU and install the previous version. Unfortunately, doing so did no good. The card kept misbehaving. I've tried several driver versions (feeding a clueless hope that the failure was the driver's blame) and nothing I could do did help. I even tested the card on another PC, with fresh driver installs. All the same. The card is dead. Period. 
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/04 12:21:47 (permalink)
    Interesting that of both of my 2080Ti XC Ultras....the card with the Micron memory is the one that died. My Samsung memory card has been flawless. 

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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/04 16:19:10 (permalink)
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    Interesting that of both of my 2080Ti XC Ultras....the card with the Micron memory is the one that died. My Samsung memory card has been flawless. 


    Can you post an Image Showing the Memory?
    And now your Second Card died?
     
    You are saying the Both your NEW Cards From EVGA (EVGA 2080Ti XC Ultra) have Samsung memory?
    post edited by bcavnaugh - 2018/12/04 16:21:32



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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 06:32:33 (permalink)
    There's clearly a quality issue with these 2080 Ti's .... Nvidia should fess up since they obviously know very well what the underlying cause is. Just saying...
     
    Time to admit that you screwed up Nvidia, it happens to us all. My opinion of Nvidia is rapidly diving the more that I learn about this issue (and I do work in the computer business). 
     
    Based on my own experience (2 cards now) the cards behave perfectly normally until you stress them out (eg. Battlefield V on a 4K screen). Perhaps they are hoping that most users will never do this and they can avoid a recall situation.
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 08:30:49 (permalink)
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    There's clearly a quality issue with these 2080 Ti's .... Nvidia should fess up since they obviously know very well what the underlying cause is. Just saying...
     
    Time to admit that you screwed up Nvidia, it happens to us all. My opinion of Nvidia is rapidly diving the more that I learn about this issue (and I do work in the computer business). 
     
    Based on my own experience (2 cards now) the cards behave perfectly normally until you stress them out (eg. Battlefield V on a 4K screen). Perhaps they are hoping that most users will never do this and they can avoid a recall situation.




    I had a Founder Edition 2080 Ti and I stressed the hell out of it for a month. The card was working flawless. That being said I returned it 30 days later because of all the quality issues being reported. Too many red flags to ignore.
     
    The good news is that EVGA and NVIDIA customer services is Top Notch.
    post edited by jgonz - 2018/12/06 11:45:07
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 10:38:15 (permalink)
    Curious, did that include 4K resolution? Did you also run Battlefield V ?
     
    Anyway, it's good to hear that at least some of them ARE working... so far my failure rate for 2 cards is 100% so you will understand why I'm nervous about forking out $$$$ for card #3.
     
    BUT.. I'm in a very difficult position.. I need to find a good video card for 4K gaming on an ultra-wide monitor with decent frame rates (and not costing the earth).
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 11:18:42 (permalink)
    Fun Fact: Samsung Memory reportedly has lower oc cabability than micron...
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 11:21:57 (permalink)
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    Died yesterday. No previous signs or so. Memory was Micron. RMA proccess initiated. I am so disappointed. My first EVGA card that failed, ever. I own EVGA cards since it came to existence. Who is to blame? Nvidia for bad quality control? Or both (since EVGA should apply quality control as well)? Sorry for letting off steam on you guys...


    What does Micron Memory have to do with the Card Failing.
    It is almost as if users are RMA'ing their cards hopes of getting a card with the Samsung Memory.
    What Troubleshooting have you performed?
     
     
    intellitour
    Coincidence or not, after installing this driver my RTX 2080 Ti died. 

    What actions have you done since you are saying that the Driver Killed your Card.
    Did you uninstall the NVIDIA Drivers and Software and maybe run DDU in Safe Mode and install the older version of the Diver.




     
    Micron memory has nothing to do with it. I've mentioned that due to the number of other reports on RTX card failing with Micron memories. Have you ever seen any report of a dead RTX with Samsung memories? I did not.
     
    After the driver install, the card started to behave oddly. Naturally, the first thing that came to my mind was to DDU and install the previous version. Unfortunately, doing so did no good. The card kept misbehaving. I've tried several driver versions (feeding a clueless hope that the failure was the driver's blame) and nothing I could do did help. I even tested the card on another PC, with fresh driver installs. All the same. The card is dead. Period. 


     Can you specify "missbehaving" ? Missbehaving doesn't necessarily mean dead... But you do you.
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 11:55:19 (permalink)
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    Fun Fact: Samsung Memory reportedly has lower oc cabability than micron...


    Interesting.


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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 21:19:50 (permalink)
    How would you understand if the memory id Micron or Samsung?
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    Re: I've joined the statistics... RTX 2080 Ti dead (11G-P4-2382-KR) 2018/12/06 22:44:34 (permalink)
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    How would you understand if the memory id Micron or Samsung?


    GPU-Z can tell you what your card has.
     


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