|Memory Speed||11232 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti|
|Card Description||GeForce GTX 1080 Ti|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||11 GB|
Gigabyte AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition 11GB Graphic Cards GV-N108TAORUS X-11GD
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti|
|Graphics RAM Type||GDDR5|
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- Core Clock (MHz): 1746/1632 (Boost/Base) in OC Mode and 1721/1607 (Boost/Base) in Gaming Mode
- WINDFORCE Stack 3X 100mm Fan Cooling System with Advanced Copper Back Plate Cooling
- RGB Fusion – 16.8M customizable color lighting with RGB AORUS LOGO Illumination Metal Back Plate
- Built for Extreme Overclocking 12+2 Power Phases. Support up to 8K display at 60Hz
- 4 Years Warranty (Online registration required on Aorus Website). SLI support-2-way SLI HB
- Form Factor: ATX
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Powered by GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and integrated with 11GB GDDR5X 352-bit memory interface. Featuring WINDFORCE Stack 3X 100mm Fan Cooling System.
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The card won't hold that 2101MHz overclock I was looking for, but it holds 2076MHz just like my founders edition. I also have it set to 6016MHz on the memory clock, both are stable.
I was pretty amazed when I opened up afterburner for this card. It allows you to go up to 150% on the power limit even though you will never clear 130% with a maximum overclock, and that's overstating it.
Something I really like and don't like at the same time is the lighting. It actually doesn't match the RGB in my Aorus Gaming 7. You can tweak the settings to match though. I found out why as well. I believe the card has RGBW, which I tested to find that it indeed does have a truly white setting, unlike the motherboard's obvious RGB white that is more blue than anything. Card looks sick and I'm really starting to get into the white and orange theme.
As a sidenote, this waterblock doesn't seem to match any others on inlet/outlet placement. I have a bitspower waterblock on my founders card, and since they don't match I'll have to buy another one of these to run SLI. You'll be happy to know buying this is actually cheaper than the other one anyway though.
For the record, I actually had two 980ti Xtreme Editions in SLI and they were also monsters. This is why I continue to come back to Gigabyte.
Upon further research through threads on the interwebs and Newegg reviews I noticed a lot of others were haing the same issues. This is because the Aorus engine program used to overclock the card didn't seem to work in OC and gaming modes as advertised. It would only work without crashes in silent mode. I understand this doesn't happen with everyone though because a friend of mine has the exact same card and has no issues with it all. This is just a warning that this issue could arise and is the only reason why I am giving it three stars. I even went as far as to try another overclocking program (MSI Afterburner) to see if that was the issue and it crashed yet again.
After two weeks of effort, I’ve been unable to use this card because of a defective unit. The fans rubbed against the housing, revved uncontrollably (even with their software installed) and the unit consistently operated over 85 degrees Celsius. Defective units can happen, so rather then return to Amazon, I went through the RMA process hoping that a new card would deliver everything I hoped when deciding on Gigabyte. I even coordinated advanced shipping with my credit card, and the result: I have now seen 2 GB video cards fail in virtually the same way, although the second card was worse. Not good.
To provide more substance, the physical device workmanship is some of the worst I’ve seen. Both cards although extremely heavy in weight suffer from housing construction issues that cause the fans to sound like jackhammers as they rub against the housing. This is supposed to be high end consumer electronics for advanced computing. Embarrassing for a $25 let alone high end equipment priced over $700!
Further fuel on this technical fire, the cards do not play well apparently with Asus motherboards – or as support implied non-Gigabyte motherboards. I had really high hopes for this card being the center of a great system failed, what an unbelievable disappointment. My advice to anyone reading, do not waste your time and money on this product and as you deal with more advanced levels of support, the friendly customer focus becomes argumentative and accusatory.
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Reviewed in Mexico on December 7, 2017
TLDR: Great product - Runs as advertised - Software not functioning - Well tuned out of box
I would be lying if I told you I wasn't extremely nervous about purchasing this card. Lot's of people have had poor luck with the stability. I however received one without any problems or defects. The build quality is really top notch, there is an aluminum shroud which I prefer over plastic, I did take extra care handling it though to prevent bending the shroud. This is a heavy card so be aware of that, if you are considering a motherboard you might want to purchase one with reinforced PCI-E x3 slots. I didn't bother with the Aorus Software at first and instead downloaded and intalled the Nvidia Drivers directly off of Nvidia's website. LAter when I tried to download and install the Aorus software to change the lighting it didn't install stating that it is incompatible with my system (Windows10 64bit)
I have been testing this in a few games and here are a few ball park FPS ranges
i7-7700k @ 4.7ghz
Asus Prime Z270-A
Corsair LPX 3000 16GB White
Witcher 3 - MAX Everything including AA 1080p ~ 85 - 150 FPS (Still need to test this with DSR)
Crysis w/ Immersion Mod DSR @ 2140p ~ 50 - 70 FPS
I will finish editing this review later
Les diré un juego de referencia basado en mis pruebas.
Rise Of tomb Rider en 1440P sin OC logro 100-110 FPS estables con todo en ultra y usando OC se mantiene entre 100 y 120 FPS todo con anti aliasing FXAA y en 4K todo al maximo, obviando el antialiasing que no es necesario, se logran de 50 a 60 FPS usando Overclock, sin OC 50-55, siempre abra bajones en algunas zonas o mapas pero no son menores a 45 FPS, la verdad se disfruta el 4K en este juego.
Así que podrán ver que son unos 5 FPS de diferencia usando OC, y aunque no noten diferencia, esto ayuda a que este mas estable el juego en 4K.