|Max Screen Resolution||5120 x 2160|
|Memory Speed||7220 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||6 GB|
ZOTAC PCI-Express Video/Graphics Cards ZT-90505-10P
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Ram Type||GDDR5|
|Graphics Ram Size||6 GB|
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- Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
- Core Clock: 1253 MHz
- Video Memory: 6GB GDDR5
- Memory Interface: 384-bit
- Bus: PCI-Express 3.0
- Recommended Power Supply - 600W. Power Consumption - 258W
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|Device Type||Graphics Cards||—||Graphics Cards||—|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-Express x16||PCI-E||PCI-Express x16|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060||Nvidia GeForce||AMD Radeon RX 480|
|Graphics Ram Size||6 GB||6 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|Graphics Ram||GDDR5||GDDR6||DDR3 SDRAM||GDDR5|
|Hardware Interface||PCI||PCI Express x8||PCIE x 16||PCI Express x8|
|Included Components||Graphics card, DVI-VGA adapter, Drivers & Utilities, 2 x 6 pin to 8 pin power cables||PH-GTX1660-O6G, Driver CD||Graphic Card, Cables and Connectors, QIG||graphic card, users manual|
|Item Dimensions||12.92 x 2.50 x 5.24 inches||6.85 x 4.76 x 1.54 inches||13.60 x 10.60 x 3.30 inches||9.13 x 4.57 x 1.57 inches|
|Memory Bus Width||384 bits||192 bits||256 bits||256 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||7220 MHz||1830 GHz||8008 MHz||8000 MHz|
ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti AMP! Extreme 6GB GDDR5 DVI/HDMI/3DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card
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If you want a single powerful card this is that card!
I have opened a return for this card. The performance is amazing while keeping temperatures low. However, after owning the card for longer and spending more time with it, I have noticed different variations of coil whine. The coil whine becomes noticeable in two different scenerios:
1) When I first start up the computer at the desktop. I hear a very high pitched sound which is emitted from the card while it idles after my computer boots up. This noise goes away after a long period of time or if I start up a game.
2) When the card is nearing 100% usage. I noticed a more typical coil whine noise which fluctuated with what was being rendered on the screen. In more demanding games like Far Cry 4, the GPU really gets pushed and becomes a little noisy for my tastes. The coil whine in this case isn't actually very loud, but once I noticed it it was hard to ignore it.
On top of the coil whine, I can also confirm the sporadic fan controller on this card that other are reporting. It is not necessarily something that is audible, but you can definitely notice the issue when looking at the card from the underside. The PWM appears to not be tuned quite right, which causes the fans to experience longer a period of spinning up followed by the fans slowing down. It is almost like the clock of the PWM is extremely low so that you can visually observe the duty cycle by looking at the fans.
I decided to take off two stars from my original 5-star rating. I really enjoy the performance out of this card, but for $700 I would really not like to have any serious issues. Zotac almost converted me, but I will continue searching for another GTX 980 Ti without any glaring issues. It is a shame, because I really enjoy the looks and size of this card. It makes my computer feel like it is invincible when looking through the case window.
-Great performance - a 25% overclock
-HUGE heatsink allowing for better cooling, and for fans to run at a lower RPM.
-Huge heatsink takes up three slots (not really a con, it's just something you need to plan for when building your computer)
-BAD coil whine. Like really bad. Constant high pitched noise, and other random noises when performing GPU-intensive tasks.
-No "Push The Limit" backplate like was shown at Computex and in pictures
-Electrical noise. Electrical interference can be heard when using audio over DisplayPort. A high pitched noise just like the coil whine. Electrical noise does not just affect audio, it plagues the entire card...
The worst part...
A bad fan controller, and ZOTAC admits that it is a widespread issue.
The fans do not run at a nice, smooth RPM - even when using a fan controller to keep them at a constant speed. Let's say that you're playing a game at the fans are at 70% duty cycle. The fan speed will drop down to about 10% for a split second, then back up. A couple seconds later the same thing happens. Again and again... If the fans are about to start spinning, instead of spinning, they flick on, then off, then on, until the card heats up enough for them to actually stay on. Even when kept at a constant percentage the speed drops randomly. The issue? More electrical interference causing the fan controller to report double the RPM for a split second, then the driver doing its job and dropping the RPM back down. This was confirmed directly by ZOTAC support.
ZOTAC sent over a revised BIOS for the video card, but they said that it still might not fix the issue - it didn't - it made it worse.
I have TWO of these cards, and BOTH have the exact same issues.
This is basic electrical engineering, and for ZOTAC to overlook something like this and ship out a faulty product is ridiculous to say the least. All of these issues can be seen by other people on forums and YouTube as well - I am not the only one. Go to YouTube and type in "980 Ti Amp Extreme" and you will see other people with these issues on the first page of search results.
I will either take my chances and RMA through ZOTAC, or return my cards and buy something else. Not sure which yet. I don't want to the same poorly engineered card in return with an RMA.
Top reviews from other countries
Se trata de una tarjeta cuyo rendimiento se encuentra entre una GTX 1070Ti y una GTX 1080, de acuerdo con el benchmark Fire Strike de 3DMark.
Es MUY larga, MUY ancha (abarca 2.5 slots), tiene backplate y necesita una fuente de 600 Watts de alta calidad con 2 conectores de 8 Pins PCI Express. Toma en cuenta todo esto antes de comprarla, no es para cualquier computadora ~
He leido reviews en internet que dicen que la tarjeta presenta problemas con los ventiladores y ruidos tipo "coil whine". No fue el caso con mi tarjeta. Lo que creo que pasa es que como la tarjeta ( y su disipador ) son tan grandes, los ventiladores no necesitan encenderse para jugar ligero.
La compre a 8300.
Nota: salio la 1080 aunque aun esta generación no levanta muchos juegos a 60fps por lo que si juegas en 4k puede que tengas mejor relación costo-beneficio si encuentras esta 980ti a buen precio.
Eso si! ya viene con Overclock de fábrica y cuando intente subir las frecuencias simplemente ya no da más! lo bueno es que como viene de fábrica solo la instalas y a jugar.
Hay reviews que se quejan sobre el ventilador y hasta problemas de estabilidad, si bien yo no he tenido ningun problema relacionado si es possible tener problemas relacionados con eso si tu fuente de poder no es buena o es menor a lo recomendado (600W).
Otra cosa importante, la targeta es extremadamente ancha y larga asi que mide tu gabinete antes de comprarla