ASUS TUF Gaming NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 16GB GDDR6X, HDMI 2.1a, DisplayPort 1.4a)

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  • Powered by NVIDIA DLSS3, ultra-efficient Ada Lovelace arch, and full ray tracing
  • 4th Generation Tensor Cores: Up to 4x performance with DLSS 3 vs. brute-force rendering
  • 3rd Generation RT Cores: Up to 2x ray tracing performance
  • OC mode: 2640 MHz (OC mode)/ 2610 MHz (Default mode)
  • Axial-tech fans scaled up for 23% more airflow
  • Dual Ball Fan Bearings last up to twice as long as conventional designs
  • Military-grade Capacitors rated for 20K hours at 105C make the GPU power rail more durable
  • Metal Exoskeleton adds structural rigidity and vents to increase heat dissipation
  • Auto-Extreme precision automated manufacturing for higher reliability
  • GPU Tweak III software provides intuitive performance tweaking, thermal controls, and system monitoring
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ASUS TUF Gaming NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 16GB GDDR6X, HDMI 2.1a, DisplayPort 1.4a)
ASUS TUF Gaming NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 16GB GDDR6X, HDMI 2.1a, DisplayPort 1.4a)

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Specification: ASUS TUF Gaming NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 16GB GDDR6X, HDMI 2.1a, DisplayPort 1.4a)

Max Screen Resolution

‎7680 x 4320 Pixels

Memory Speed

‎2640 MHz

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA RTX 4080 SUPER

Chipset Brand

‎NVIDIA

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎16 GB

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎TUF-RTX4080S-O16G-GAMING

Item model number

‎TUF-RTX4080S-O16G-GAMING

Item Weight

‎6.58 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎17.01 x 10.55 x 4.13 inches

Color

‎RTX4080, OC, Black

Manufacturer

‎ASUS

Date First Available

‎January 31, 2024

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for ASUS TUF Gaming NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 16GB GDDR6X, HDMI 2.1a, DisplayPort 1.4a)

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  1. Bryan D.

    After having a Gigabyte RTX 3070TI that I overpaid for when it first came out the price tag of a 4080 started to not sound so bad and I’m 100% happy with my decision to upgrade.

    As a guy who cares about tech and graphics but isn’t going to sacrifice a limb to get the next best new thing this card has been absolutely fantastic so far. I’ve had it for about a month now and its been getting a workout playing Cyberpunk 2077 and Diablo 4 in 2k.

    Pros:

    Performance. Cyberpunk 2077 with ray tracing overdrive. Need I say more? This card will and should take the vast majority of any games you can throw at it right now maxing out nearly everything even in 4k. If you need more 4090 is always an option but for the price I struggle to think you will find much this card can’t do at the moment.

    Fantastic build quality. This card feels so much better in your hand than my previous gigabyte 3070TI. ASUS TUF continues to impress me in this regard.

    Easy install as long as you have the space. You will want to be sure to check your case these 40 series cards are massive.

    Super quiet. I experienced no issues with wine or fan noise from this card even under heavy load its rare I hear it.

    Great cooling. Card was designed with cooling in mind. Unfortunately, it’s bigger because of that but the reality is this card just doesn’t get hot. At idle mine sits around 30C when under intense load it will sometimes get up in the 60C range, but I have yet to see it get much higher.

    Cons:

    Size won’t work for everyone’s case. Check it first. I have a Corsair Airflow 4000d and it fits with about .5 inch between the front fans.

    Pricing is still out of reach for many people. Would be nice to see these cards become more accessible for the average gamer again.

    New cards are power hungry. You will want to use a PSU calculator and be sure your PC is set. There are several solid ones to find with a quick Google search.

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  2. justin h.

    This card runs most of my AAA games at 200 FPS and above. It rearly goes above 60 degrees C. The fan system on it seems to keep the interior of my case cool as well. Fans runs quitely and don’t rise above 50% speed. Draws about 250 to 300 watts while gaming. At idle or surfing the net it’s runs at 20 to 30 Watts. I can live with that. Cons: The very high price! If you want the best tech then you have to be willing to pay for it.

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  3. A.D.M.

    This is a very professional looking and quiet card. I debated between this one or a Founders Edition but couldn’t find a FE for sale anywhere, so I bought this one and waited almost a month for it to be delivered. It is one of the smallest 4080 Super cards (it is a 2.5 slot card) and it doesn’t have any silly RGB lighting. It plows through any game with ease. I run it on a 1440p 240Hz monitor and it is fantastic.

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  4. jb512

    So you’re considering upgrading your GPU. There’s plenty of options around, but gosh darn, those prices are steep! Is a modern GPU really worth the expense?

    Well, it depends…

    If you’re the average computer user and like to watch movies or do some social media posting, with occasional email and web browsing, then no. This GPU is severely overkill. It would be overpriced and you would never utilize the immense list of features and capabilities it offers. Could be more beneficial investing in an Intel GPU if you really want to upgrade your setup and stay ahead of the obsolescence avalanche.

    If you’re a gamer, however – or perhaps a video editor, or 3D CGI creator, or Videographer content creator, then this GPU, the ASUS TUF Gaming RTX4080 16GB might be a good fit for you. Yes, it’s expensive, but it’s a powerful and vastly capable card. As someone who does photo/video/audio restoration and conversion, this GPU runs major circles around my previous GPU (and RTX2060). I can render photo enhancements almost instantly, and render videos in a fraction of the time (especially using nVidia’s increasingly popular AV1 codec – exclusive to the 4000 series RTX GPUs).

    And gaming? Fuggedaboudit…… I can max out every setting in Cyberpunk 2077 @ 4K resolution and this thing eats it up like candy – even in the most graphically demanding areas of the game – and still gets at least 90-100+fps. Same with every other game I’ve thrown at it so far (not a small list of RTX games, either). Game after game after game, and this GPU never balks. It just powers through each one with flying colors.

    So why not get the RTX4070? None of the 4070 models really push the limits like the 4080. Are they not worth it? By no means – the 4070 cards are also capable GPUs in their own right. They just don’t do quite enough, in my opinion, to justify the cost.

    What about the RTX4090? Quite simply because they don’t produce enough power over the 4080 to justify their cost, either. And they suck significantly more power than the 4080 – without significant differences in capabilities.

    Simply put, the RTX 4080 – specifically the ASUS TUF Gaming 16GB GPU hits ALL the sweet spots for me. It’s just the finest GPU I’ve ever had the pleasure of owning and using. And if you’re a content creator like me, your revenue should easily justify the cost of this beast GPU, considering the amount of time you’ll same rendering material.

    Do I recommend this GPU? 100%. Buy one before they’re all gone – and the prices spike again.
    (Also, I do not work for nor am I sponsored by any company. This is my own personal, honest opinion on this product, as a small business owner and content creator.) Hope the info helps! Happy shopping!

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  5. Derek

    Its another huge upgrade in Graphics power and efficiency. I had a GTX 1080 fews year back, and when I got the card, I was blown away by its cool and quiet power.

    Got the GTX 2070 Super a few years after that and it was decent.

    Upgraded to a GTX 3080 12Gb 15 months ago and it was a good card but a little power hungry.

    This RTX 4080 card is a beast plainly. Its silent, it cranks out frames under full load at around 230 watts. The efficiency and the power it provides is quite amazing. I called it the 2nd coming of the GTX 1080.

    I stuck with AMD for many years and I would have no problem trying out there Graphics cards and processors but after nvidia released the 1080 I was blown away. So if it aint broken don’t fix it.

    The 4080 is a superior card. Can be pricey though. However with all that said I have had some driver issues or some corruption in my OS. hard to say. The first 2 games I tried to play wouldn’t even load up, which was quite shocking. Iords of the fallen, I eventually got it to fly. I have yet to get Lies of P up and running, I am just going to assume its on my end. Heard some similar complaints about both games at load up. The card cant be blamed for that. Usually Nvidia drivers and new games are flawless but not so much here. Still, I will call it happen stance. 5 Stars.

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  6. Carlos Carrillo

    hasta el momento ningún problema, destruye todos los juegos actuales a 2k todo en ultra entre 80-100 fps y 4k todo en ultra entre 60-80 fps. eso si, necesitas una fuente minimo 850 watts, un gabinete espacioso y procesador mínimo a 4ghz. es silenciosa y tiene rgb aura discreto.
    recomiendo ampliamente esta versión ya que la rog strix por el rgb sube entre 3000 y 4000 pesos segun el dia que la adquieras.

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  7. JABHG

    Si les recomiendo mucho esta grafica, nomas que si van a comprar esta tomen en cuenta que casi pesa 3kg y necesita unos soportes que si se nota mucho que se dobla, lo demas que esperan jugar todo en graficos full casi 120+ fps

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  8. JABHG

    This card is a beast in every sense, I’m currently playing games at 4k with 100+fps and loving it. The card is beautiful, quiet and powerful, but it is HUGE!

    Make sure you have the space for this thing, it does indeed take up 3.5 slots of space lol.

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  9. justin h.

    Fabrication de grande qualité en métal, très peu de plastique. La carte est énorme, mais demeure bien en place une fois installée dans le boîtier. Pas de « sagging » observé. Un « riser » est fourni avec la carte si nécessaire. Peu d’effets RGB sur la carte, mais personnellement, ça ne me gêne pas. Les performances sont excellentes en jeu. Entièrement satisfait !

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