|Memory Speed||11000 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080Ti|
|Chipset Brand||GeForce GTX 1080 Ti|
|Card Description||GeForce GTX 1080 Ti|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||11 GB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology - 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M, Asynch Fan, Optimized Airflow Design Graphics Card 11G-P4-6593-KR
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- Real Base Clock: 1556 MHz/Real Boost Clock: 1670 MHz; Memory Detail: 11264MB GDDR5X
- EVGA iCX Technology - 9 additional temp sensors to monitor Memory and VRM
- GPU/Memory/PWM Thermal Status Indicator RGB LEDs
- New vented heatsink fin design and pin fins for optimized airflow
- Safety fuse to protect components from damage due to improper installation or other component failures
- 11016 MHz (effective)|11264 MB 352 bit GDDR5X|484.4 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
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Asynchronous Fan Control
Separate left / right fan control including fan curve.
A New and More Efficient Way to Cool
-GPU fan determined by GPU temperature (Left Fan).
-Power / Memory fan determined by Power / Memory temperature (Right Fan).
Interactive Cooling with Thermal Display System
User customized RGB color and visual alarm settings.
Optimized Airflow Fin Design
Fin holes direct airflow through fins Half open fin maximizes airflow and L-shaped fins increase surface contact.
Interlaced Pin Fin on Baseplate
Maximize heat dissipation with increased surface area on baseplate.
Diecast Form Fitted Baseplate and Backplate
Makes direct contact with all vital components.
Peace of Mind Gaming
An EVGA only fuse adds another layer of protection to your card and system.
Play Longer! Overclock Better!
Double ball bearing fans with 4x longer lifespan, and low power consumption motor means more power for your GPU.
Full Control with EVGA Precision XOC
-Each sensor can be monitored in real time and displayed on PXOC OSD.
-Control the VGA/Power fans simultaneously or asynchronously.
Featuring a total of 11 global patents (pending and granted), iCX from EVGA is efficiency perfected. With 9 additional sensors embedded on the PCB, a newly designed die-cast baseplate and backplate, purposefully-directed airflow chambers, and full control using EVGA Precision XOC, EVGA's iCX is the very definition of Interactive Cooling. With PC gaming growing, it is important to provide "Peace of Mind Gaming" to the user. With EVGA's new iCX technology, users can have a better understanding of their card's operation. This includes temperature monitoring on key components (not just GPU), interaction with other devices and better cooling with asynchronous fan control providing better overclocking capabilities. With EVGA iCX technology, a new era of PC gaming is here.
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Photo shows where i put the 3 ties. Tedious to route the ties without disassembling.
This card is a beast!! On liquid cooling I have the GPU Clock at 2050mhz and the Memory Clock at 12,100mhz. I run everything on 4k and usually 55+ fps, with some games pushing 100+ in 4k. I even ran Shadows of Mordor in 5k resolution, and it was very playable at around 40-45 fps.
Highly recommend this card. It will chew up anything on 1080p, 2k res you can push 80+ fps on max settings, and easy 55+ fps on 4k res.
My rig is as follows:
ASUS ROG Strix z270H
i7 7700k OC'd @ 5.0ghz
32gb Corsair Vengeance LED @ 3200mhz
EVGA GTX 1080 Ti FTW3
Samsung PRO 960 500gb
Samsung EVO 960 500gb
Samsung EVO 850 250gb
Full EKWB Custom loop with 360 rad
My build consists of:
Intel Core i7-7700k w/ Corsair H110i Liquid Cooler
EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3
32 GBs 3200mhz DDR4 Ram
2x 256GB Crucial SSDs
Dell S2716DGR (27" TN Panel with G-Sync)
I have been able to play every single game on ULTRA settings, pretty much without question. This card had all sorts of ways to quickly tell you the current running condition of the card via the EVGA software or simply looking at the 3 temperature indicating LEDs in the card (assuming your case has a window). I've read reviews about EVGA cards overheating, but I'm gonna go ahead and guess those people had poor cooling set-ups. I've never seen this card get anywhere close to overheating. It doesn't break a sweat.
If you're spending this much money on a card, do yourself a massive favor, and get a G-Sync Monitor. G-Sycn matches the screens refresh rate with whatever the current frame rate is of the card at any given moment. Screen tearing and stuttering becomes entirely null and void, and you'll never believe how smooth your games really could be. I purchased a Dell 27" S2716DGR for cheap on eBay, and it blew me away.
In the end, this card will take any gaming experience you've had prior to this, crush it in its hands, and throw it in the trash. It has COMPLETELY changed my gaming experience for the better.
As for the card I feel it could have been significantly quieter and cooler by making it a 3 slot design like other brands (The card would beat all the brands with this cooler in a 3 slot design). I understand the compatibility factor with this card (2 slot design) which is nice but the fans are definitely noticeable at max load (stock or oc). This card is still significantly quieter than other brands I've had in the past but it is not quieter than the msi gaming x card and the Asus stix cards. Having said that the cards max temp reaches 73 degrees C at 4k Witcher 3 which is good considering its a 2 slot design. The stability of the card is impressive at a 2011mhz overclock and the RGB lights are great. The Card is extremely well built and the thermal sensors are a great feature in ensuring everything is running normally. I can highly recommend this card for 1440p 144hz gaming or 4k 60hz depending on your set up. Just ensure you have a powerful CPU for the 144fps at 1440p
I would definitely recommend this as an enthusiast card and would without a doubt buy it again.