ASUS Strix RTX 3080 Ti LC Watercooled Review

Total Warhammer 2

ASUS Strix RTX 3080 Ti Watercooled Review

Total Warhammer 2

Creative Assembly rewrote the book for strategy games with their Total War series, and with Total Warhammer they brought fantasy into that sphere. Total Warhammer 2 took all that was great about the first entry and filled it so full of content that you can play the Mortal Empires campaign for literal years if you wish. The CPU does as much work as the GPU here, thanks to hundreds of units and vast draw distances.

Clearly there is something strange going on, as the resolution change doesn't actually affect the performance, yet neither does any of the performance resemble what we'd expect from any resolution. It's here for completeness, but safe to ignore until we figure out what went wrong. Maybe pre-launch drivers.

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03-06-2021, 06:16:58

Kaapstad
Disgusting pricing for non reference 3080 Ti cards.

If possible better to get a FE 3090 for £1400 and if the cooler bothers you fit a waterblock and it will still be cheaper than the non reference 3080 Ti cards.

Now would be a good time for NVidia to launch an Ampere Titan, yes hardly anyone would buy it but the asking price would put a cap on non reference 3090s and 3080 Ti cards.Quote
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