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When it comes to the AIB partner cards, though, we were more successful.
Connor Richards, public relations manager at Overclockers UK, told Digital Trends that,
“The unwanted return rate is slightly higher on the 2080 Ti than other cards, actual faults are very low though.
Average return rate is about 3.5 percent with 50 percent of those being returns under the 14-day return policy.”
The two highest selling cards Overclockers UK has had in the past couple of years display similar number, he told us.
They averaged a 3.34 percent return rate, with around 46 percent being “unwanted,” rather than failed cards.
Those numbers suggest that the AIB partner 2080 Ti cards are as reliable (if not slightly more so) than most graphics cards.
However, those numbers are skewed slightly favorably due to the relative youth of the GPUs.
We also received tips from several GPU manufacturers on the condition of anonymity, that they had experienced no issues with new cards
One well established, UK-based system builder told us that they had seen zero failures among the 2080 Ti-equipped systems.
We also received tips from several GPU manufacturers on the condition of anonymity,
that they had experienced no issues with new cards, 2080 Ti or otherwise.
Harji Chana, COO of gaming PC builder, Digital Storm, told Digital Trends that they hadn’t seen any kind of “alarming” return rate on RTX 2080 Tis.
Famed overclocker Der8auer released a statement video for Caseking, citing failure numbers for the “thousands” of AIB partner 2080 Tis sold as around 1.4 percent.
That’s noticeably higher than the 0.1 percent of returns for the 2080, but still far from substantial.