Did anyone say it would do? We said it's a 144Hz card, that doesn't mean it's going to hit 144Hz in every game, that's not what that means, that means that there are 60Hz monitors and 144Hz monitors and it's overpowered for 60hz monitors ergo it's a 144Hz monitor pairing.there are many many games where 3080 wont be able to hit 144hz+ frame rates at all.
On average it will be well over 60FPS in most games, in 90% of games older than 2 years it will hit over 100fps. A 60Hz monitor would be a waste of it's potential.
That's underestimating the card. That's like saying a 2080ti is a 1440p card, it's not in anyway shape or form.I would say 3080 is a perfect match for 1440p if you are fan of fluid frame rates, and want to keep it that way for couple years.
It's also completely missing out on the importance of DLSS with 3000 series cards.