|Max Screen Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Memory Speed||1706 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Chipset Brand||Nvidia GTX 1080|
|Card Description||GeForce GTX 1080|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0, 8GB GDDR5X, RGB LED, 10CM FAN, 10 Power Phases, Double BIOS, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card 08G-P4-6286-KR
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- Real Base Clock: 1721 MHz / Real Boost Clock: 1860 MHz; Memory Detail: 8192MB GDDR5X
- Completely adjustable RGB LED using EVGA Precision XOC
- What you see is what you get! – No additional software required to achieve listed clock speeds
- Double BIOS, Refer user manual below
- DX12 OSD Support with EVGA Precision XOC. All with the lowest latency and plug-and-play compatibility with leading VR headsets.
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|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce||gddr5||gddr5||GeForce GTX 1080 Ti||geforce gtx||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram||8 GB||8,000 MB||8,000 MB||11 GB||8,192 GB||8 GB|
|Graphics Ram Type||GDDR5X||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5|
|Hardware Connectivity||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16|
|Built-In Media||EVGA GTX 1080 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 Graphics Card, Driver CD, Installation Guide, 6Pin(2) to 8 Pin Adapter, EVGA Gaming Poster, Powered by EVGA Case Badge, EVGA Enthusiast Built Sticker||graphics card, manual||warranty card, user manual, software drivers||EVGA GTX 1080 FTW3 GAMING iCX Technology Graphics Card, Driver CD, Installation Guide, 6Pin(2) to 8 Pin Adapter, EVGA Gaming Poster, Powered by EVGA Case Badge, EVGA Enthusiast Built Sticker||EVGA GTX 1070 SC GAMING Black Edition Graphics Card, Driver CD, Installation Guide, 6Pin(2) to 8 Pin Adapter, EVGA Gaming Poster, Powered by EVGA Case Badge, EVGA Enthusiast Built Sticker||Videro Card|
|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 10.5 x 5.06 in||4.5 x 11 x 1.6 in||1.57 x 11.73 x 5.28 in||2.81 x 12.81 x 9.5 in||1.5 x 10.5 x 4.38 in||4.4 x 10.6 x 1.4 in|
|Memory Bus Width||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits||352 bits||256 bits||256 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||1,706 MHz||10,010 MHz||1,835 MHz||11,000 MHz||1,594 MHz||5,005 MHz|
|Style Name||FTW||GTX 1080 WindForce||ROG STRIX||FTW3||SC Black||GTX 1080 AERO 8G OC|
The EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 featuring EVGA ACX 3.0 cooling has arrived. This new graphics card features NVIDIA's new "Pascal" graphics processor which is the most advanced gaming GPU ever created. This breakthrough GPU delivers industry-leading performance, innovative new gaming technologies, and immersive next-gen VR. These cards also feature EVGA ACX 3.0 cooling technology. EVGA ACX 3.0 once again brings new and exciting features to the award winning EVGA ACX cooling technology. SHP 2.0 gives increased heat pipes and copper contact area for cooler operation, and optimized fan curve for even quieter gaming. Of course, ACX 3.0 coolers also feature optimized swept fan blades, double ball bearings and an extreme low power motor, delivering more air flow with less power, unlocking additional power for the GPU. Select EVGA ACX 3.0 models will even feature a 10CM fan and RGB LED, allowing complete control over the color from EVGA PrecisionX OC. Refer the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb0mXKdPKAs to learn how to keep down the processor heat
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Unfortunately, I have to report that the GTX 1080's performance in DX12 is, for lack of a better word, embarrassing, especially at 4K where one would expect this card to be able to perform and maintain at the least 60fps @ 3840x2160 resolution. Not only does it not achieve the necesssary 60fps, but the performance gains that the GTX 1080 obtains in the switch from DX11 to DX12 hovers around an average of a few percentage points, literally (the biggest improvement being about 3% now that I recall). What's even more disappointing is that the GTX 1080 only manages a few FPS more than the AMD Fury X in DX12 @ 4K. In fact, in Ashes of the Singularity, the GTX 1080 only manages 53.3FPS while the Fury X achieves an extremely close 49.0FPS. Again, in Hitman, the GTX 1080 achieves 47.0FPS and the Fury X 44.2FPS! To me at least, this is unacceptable on nvidia's part, especially considering that the GTX has an inherent advantage over the Fury X in that the former is produced on the 16nm node, while the latter is on the now relatively old 28nm process. Additionally, Nvidia had plenty of forwarning about DX12 and AMD's considerable advantage as a result of the hardware's ability to do asynchronous compute, so it's not as if Nvidia was caught off guard or blindsided; they've known for plenty of time that it is a big deal. I've attached a chart with a few examples of the GTX 1080's DX12 performance, and while some of you may look at the results from Rise of the Tomb Raider and say, "Hey, the GTX 1080 did a lot better than the Fury X in that game"...well, while it may be true on the surface that the GTX 1080 did considerably better in RotTR, an important consideration has to be pointed out in that at the last minute, prior to that game's release, Nvidia had the developers remove the use of Asynchronous compute, which while making the GTX 1080 appear better, is a serious disservice to the players of the game who happen to own hardware capable of producing major performance boosts from Async compute. In order to not appeaer like such a failure in DX12, Nvidia was willing to ruin the experiences of a large swath of players to achieve such misleading results. So even though it may appear like a redeeming result for nvida, in reality the RotTR numbers only further highlight Pascal's lack of async compute, for if the geme developers left the feature in like the originally intended, the GTX 1080's results would be much in the vein of the other DX12 games.
To conclude, I do not see the GTX 1080 to be the "savior from heaven" that so many reviewers and fanboys hyped it up to be. Sure, the DX11 performance can result in advantages of up to 20FPS fpr the GTX 1080 over the Titan X, but considering DX11 is on it's way out and more and more titles in the past few months as well as in the months to come will be DX12, I feel as though the DX11 performance is not enough on it's own to warrant upgrading for current owners of a Maxwell/900 series GPU and especially owners of a 980Ti or Titan X. I think I can speak for many of us when I say that the community expected this card, especially considering the node shrink and new architecture, should be capable of a minimum of 60fps @ 4K and especially in DX12, but it just doesn't deliver. The problem is only excacerbated by the fact that since DX12 is "closer to the metal" than previous APIs and doesnt depend on driver support nearly as much, if the GTX 1080 isn't performing in DX12 now, it's not going to magically achieve a market leap in performance later though software wizardry as was capable with DX11. My advice is to avoid upgrading right now, unless youre coming from the 700 series or less, as the GTX 1080 just does not deliver what its price and technology would suggest. Personally, I'm waiting for AMD's Vega Architecture (the successor to Fiji/Fury X) as it will have HBM2 and will most certainly impress with its DX12 performance as all AMD cards have done so far.
**I'd just like to iterate the fact that I am NOT an AMD fanboy, I have no alliegence to any brand, and only judge a given product on it's own merits, aka its price:performance ratio. My critical review of the GTX 1080 is solely motivated by my belief in the fact that DX12 performance is a factor of tantamount importance to any other, and the GTX 1080 just does not deliver in this respect.
I have the HP ENVY Phoenix 810-430qe with 32 GB ram and a i7-4790 Intel core processor. No custom rig but I got it
for a decent price. Long story short it came factory installed with a Nividia Geforce GTX 745.
I'm a hardcore gamer, do video editing and render a lot of images and with a GTX 745 it just was not durable anymore so I decided to
do a major upgrade. Now let me say for those who do not have a custom rig it is very possible to install
an EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 into an HP ENVY Desktop if your tower has the right measurements. The GTX 1080 is about 10.5 inches in
length and fit perfectly with room to spare.
The reason I chose to get the Founders Edition instead of the
custom GTX 1080s coming out is because of the cooler design for airflow. The GTX 1080 Founders Edition ejects heat from the rear
of the tower instead of storing it within the tower which is a very big deal especially if you have a smaller tower like I do.
If you can afford the extra $100 bucks do not hesitate. Its very fast as in it renders images and plays any game easily without any struggle
depending on your game settings.
I've tested some benchmarks myself with everything turned up on ultra settings and it handles 4K very well with overclocking of course.
Only games tested so far is Doom( 55 fps), Grand Theft Auto V( 59 fps), and The Witcher 3 (44 fps) very impressive on a single gpu.
To add, it handles anything below 4k with no overclocking no problem at all every game 60fps and up.
Overall a great card I love it does exactly what I want and more.
Managed to preorder from Amazon at the $699 price (of course) and shipping was surprisingly fast.
-Great for rendering, video editing and 3D software
-Amazing cooler design
-Very easy to install
-None coming from a GTX 745
Ladies and Gentlemen of Amazon, these cards are released on May 27, 2016 at a $699 price point for an early release "founders edition"
The "HYPE" is real! It is an amazing card, hence the 5 stars, it's the flagship video gaming card... HOWEVER!!! READ ON!!!
This is the first time NVIDIA will be competing against partners like EVGA to sell the card directly.
This means their cooler design with the "Vapor chamber" that they try to upsell you to the $699 Founders edition for IS NOT WORTH IT EITHER!
PLEASE WAIT UNTIL THIS CARD DROPS TO THE REASONABLE $599 MSRP THAT IT SHOULD BE!
On a side note,
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO DIFFERENCE IN ANY MATERIAL OR DESIGN USED, BETWEEN THE FOUNDERS EDITION CARDS, AND THE REGULAR CARDS SHIPPED SHORTLY AFTERWARD.
The Founder's edition is another way of saying Reference Card and another way to charge those who want the card on the very first day, an extra 100 bucks.
Partners like EVGA will come out with Custom Cards with liquid cooling and so forth, for around the same price point.
These cards will come factory overclocked and superclocked, and will have different types like the "Kingpin" edition which uses premium copper for heat dissipation on the 980 Ti
Please wait, be patient for 14 days, and then order a custom card from NVIDIA partners.
That is my best advice to you Amazonians.
Good luck and happy gaming
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