|Memory Speed||11010 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||geforce gtx|
|Chipset Brand||GTX 1080 TI|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||11 GB|
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING OC 11GB Graphic Cards N108TGAMINGOC-11GD
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- Core Clock (MHz): 1657/1544 (Boost/Base) in OC Mode and 1632/1518 (Boost/Base) in Gaming Mode
- WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System
- RGB fusion – 16.8M customizable color lighting
- Built for Extreme Overclocking 8+2 Power Phases
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This thing weighs nearly 5 lbs and I was concerned about it sagging inside the case, but it turns out that my son's MSI Computer X99A GAMING PRO CARBON ATX Motherboards has metal PCIe slots so the weight isn't a problem at all. This card is also very thick (takes 2.5 slots) because of the way the fans are stacked on top of one another. The middle fan is positioned lower with the other two raised slightly above it. This is Gigabyte's new cooling solution that provides better airflow through the card and it must work because the highest temperature I've seen during several hours of gaming (Fallout 4, DooM, Battlefield 1, etc.) is 71C. And that was on a hot day when the room temperature was about 75F. The card is also very stable and we haven't experienced any crashes as others have reported. When my son plays BF1 it never goes above 59C even though the card is running at 1,974 MHz or higher. I've seen it go as high as 1,990 MHz thanks to GPU Boost. I remember reading somewhere that the old GTX 1080's could be clocked higher than the 1080 Ti, but I really don't see much difference between the two.
The reason we bought this card is to improve the VR gaming experience on our HTC VIVE - Virtual Reality System which we've owned since Christmas. Until now we've had a GTX 980 Ti running the Vive and consequently we've been unable to max out the graphics settings in many of our VR games because the 980 Ti just wasn't up to the task. This new 1080 Ti makes a huge difference in the playability of our VR games. In particular, we've been able to max out the graphics quality settings on games like Subnautica and Vanishing Realms. This card handles these games extremely well and Subnautica, in particular, almost looks like a different game with the graphics quality turned up and zero lag.
I'm rarely in the market for a new graphics card, but when I do buy a new one I try to get the best thing available because it must last at least a couple of years before I'll be replacing it. I held off on buying a GTX 1080 last year because I didn't feel that it was a big enough performance boost over my old GTX 980 Ti. Now, I'm glad I waited for the 1080 Ti because the performance blows away both the GTX 980 Ti AND the GTX 1080.
If you're looking for a significant performance boost over a GTX 1080 or GTX 980 Ti at a reasonable price, look no further than this card. The extra $30 - $50 cost may be the best money you'll ever spend on computer hardware.
Brought new life to my 10 year old homebuilt desktop (i7-920, P6T, Radeon HD6950). It sent my 3DMark II score from 5630 to 14307. Went from "33% better than others" to "85% better than others."
There's a four-year warranty if you register it.
It does make some funny noises when getting benchmarked, but I have to be in a quiet room to hear it. Normally my TV is always on in the background, so it's not a big deal to me. And of course it's whisper quiet for just web browsing.
I had been debating whether to upgrade or buy a comparable Dell Aurora Alienware. The deciding factor was that Dell raised their prices by about $150 just as I was about to pull the trigger. I had always heard that companies raise their prices leading up to Black Friday, then claim it's on sale for the Holidays by dropping it back down to the original price. So there you have it, Dell lost the sale.
It's a shame this card used to sell for $719 back around March. Blame the Bitcoin miners for buying up high-end components causing the price increase. I suspect that industry is about to collapse as it's value is based on NOTHING, nada, zip. At least the stock market is based on real world value of a company. Virtual currency value is based on someone's opinion of what it should be. There's nothing backing it up.
So now I can play all the games (GTA, Tomb Raider, Just Cause, etc) that my computer formerly struggled with. As it was, I had to increase RAM from 6GB to 12GB just to play them at all, and at low resolution. And now with this card, Tomb Raider never looked so good. I'll eventually upgrade to the i7-8700K when Intel finally gets more of them to the market as they are sold out everywhere. And of course I'll need a new Motherboard for it along with new RAM, (about another $700-$800. I'm able to still use my Antec 750w power supply as it's more than adequate. So for some $1600 total I'll have a kickazz system that's better than Dell's $2200 Aurora. Thanks Dell, you actually did me a favor.