Mr. Fox Posted November 17, 2022 Share Posted November 17, 2022 (edited) Price: SOLD Condition: Very Good Warranty: Expired Reason for sale: See Comments Payment: PayPal, Zelle Item location: San Tan Valley, AZ Shipping: Lower 48 US - Negotiable (will discuss with buyer via PM, phone or text) International shipping: Actual cost plus any taxes, duties, VAT, etc. I am unable to estimate these costs. Handling time: Next Business Day Feedback: eBay Profile; OC.net MarketPlace Specifications: EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Samsung GDDR6 (excellent overclocking) Hybrid cooler (much better than stock air cooling) Original Box (no accessories - box is a bit rough) Dual vBIOS (mechanical switch - stock feature) Shunt Mod (totally eliminates power limit concerns) 2000W Firmware Power Limit (vBIOS #1) 373W Stock FTW3 Power Limit (vBIOS #2) This GPU has spent most of its life running stock clocks with a full coverage block on a custom loop. It was benched overclocked on chilled water and set a LOT of records on HWBOT in the class I compete in. Consistently bested K|INGP|N and Galax HOF 2080 Ti competitors that were using chilled water. I am not a avid gamer, so it hasn't done a lot of that. I purchased it from Brother@Rage Setabout 3 years ago. It runs freakishly cool on the stock hybrid cooler using the stock vBIOS. Since I purchased the 3090 K|INGP|N about two years ago, it has done almost nothing but drive 3 displays on my work PC and mundane tasks like render video conferences and display PowerBI and Excel worksheets. Overall, it has had a pretty easy life except for the chilled benching sessions before I bought the 3090 K|NGP|N. I had a bit of a mishap about a six or eight weeks ago (accidentally knocked my tower over) and after a reboot it had artifacts. I ran a MATS test and found one of the memory ICs was affected. I purchased a 3060 as a temporary substitute for work and I sent the GPU to Tony at Northwest Repair to fix. He replaced the affected memory chip, fully tested every other aspect of the card and now it is as good as new. I love this GPU and I was undecided whether to keep it. I hate the idea of getting rid of it. But, eBay and USPS decided for me this afternoon. I sold a TeamGroup DDR5-6200 memory kit on eBay. It was never delivered. The buyer was issued a refund by eBay and they have withdrawn what I was paid from my checking account. My budget doesn't have a $300 cushion, so here we go. Hopefully, I can get part of my money back from USPS by filing a claim, but I will still be roughly $75 short (not getting back eBay fees and postage). I pulled my 3090 out and fully tested it this evening. Tony already stressed it with Furmark, Heaven and Valley. Even stock with the shunt mod this thing is a holy terror. Passes all tests with flying colors. Holds about 2050 core boost (stock) in games and benchmarks and maxes out about 58-60°C on core with the hybrid cooling. Now it's time for it to be a blessing to somebody else and help me recover the money I lost on the RAM debacle with eBay/USPS. I know some people care a lot about boxes. Full disclosure: the box is rough because it got smashed by one of my kids a couple of years ago when we moved to a new home. Here is the obligatory proof of ownership photo... Spoiler Test results (this evening)... I still have the EKWB Vector block and back plate. I can send it if the buyer wants it. It works, doesn't leak, but the plexi is starting to have spider web fissures around the allen screws that attach the plexi to the copper cold plate. Works fine and it as clean as a whistle inside, but it doesn't look perfect for a vertical GPU mount. In a horizontal installation they would never been seen and they are hard to see with water flowing through the block. EKWB no longer sells the plexi top as a replacement part. I was going to buy a Bykski block for it and never did because it wasn't leaking and nobody but me knew they were there. Edited December 2, 2022 by Mr. Fox Sold - no longer available 4 1 Wraith // Z690 Dark K|NGP|N | 13900K | 4090 Suprim X+Byksi Block | 32GB DDR5-8200 | RM1200x SHIFT | HC-500A Chiller | MO-RA3 360 || DG-86 Banshee // Z690 Apex | 13900KF | 6900 XT OC Formula+Byski Block | 32GB DDR5-6800 | RM1200x SHIFT | XT45 1080 Nova || 5000D Airflow Half-Breed // Dell Precision 7720 | BGA CPU Filth+MXM Quadro P5000 | Sub-$500 Grade A Refurb | Nothing to Write Home About Mr. Fox YouTube Channel | Mr. Fox @ HWBOT Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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