In the case of PC games, players on the GPU battlefield are only AMD and Nvidia. Over the years, both companies have taken their heads, giving a GPU power plant with every new generation of GPU. While AMD will not release any new products this year, Nvidia has been quite prevented from launching the new RTX series of GPU. The RTX 2080Ti is an animal of a GPU and has been in work for quite some time now. Unfortunately, the highly rated GPU has caused a lot of problems for its new owners. In addition to annoying shutdowns, the GPUs have been magically dying. Finally, Nvidia has heard her audience’s scream and has answered.
Nvidia acknowledges the error lies in RTX 2018Ti
After nearly a week of users complaining that their GPU is not working, Nvidia has finally responded and acknowledged that their GPU problem. Nvidia took to their GeForce Forums to divide the problem and said that:
“Limited early-breaking interruptions caused the problems that some customers have experienced with the RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition … We are ready to help all customers with problems. Visit www.nvidia.com / support to chat live with NVIDIA’s technical support team (or send an email to us) and we will take care of it. “
Initially Nvidia was reluctant to mention anything about an error with GPU. But even in its statement does not make it clear. While indirectly due to it, it’s not true what goes wrong with their $ 1200 GPU. Aside from the fact that the cards slipped through its quality assurance testing, we are not sure what causes some of the RTX 2080Ti GPUs to stop working. Well, if you thought this was isolated for reference models only, you could not be further from the truth. Reports on the aftermarket RTX 20180Ti have even failed with a certain GPU that actually catches fire while it is being used.
It ensures that Nvidia is likely to help all its customers, but it is also quite scary while believing that a GPU priced at over $ 1000 could just stop working. What are your thoughts about the RTX 2080Ti? Share us in the comments box below!