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Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB AORUS Video Card

( 3.8 Average / 4 Ratings )




Part #



PCI-Express x16


GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Memory Size


Memory Type


Core Clock


Boost Clock



250 Watts



SLI Support


CrossFire Support




Supports G-Sync


DVI-D Dual-Link






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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


wAFFLES2310 32 points 4 months ago
from completed build wAFFLES Gaming Build

I splurged here, for obvious and not so obvious reasons. Through a series of decisions regarding my own lack of willpower, I went from a GTX 1070, to realizing that I could afford a GTX 1080 after finding some extra funds, to someone insisting that I have to get a 144Hz, 1440p monitor for gaming on a GTX 1080 instead of a 144Hz, 1080p monitor, and it ABSOLUTELY had to have G-SYNC. After purchasing said monitor on sale (and starting down the true slippery slope), I started to hear rumors that a GTX 1080 might underperform for such a powerful monitor. With little to no actual basis for those claims, I decided I just HAD to get a GTX 1080 Ti if I didn't want to disappoint myself. I'll just have to deal with the guilt I feel every time I look at my bank account instead.

Aside from that, the AORUS card is amazing. It's also incredibly quiet, although I do have the PC under the desk for the moment, so that may be a factor. The card itself is MASSIVE though, as you might expect, and the orange accents are almost universally disliked. The accents are KIND of discrete, though, so it wasn't a deal breaker. If I could redo this build, though, I would definitely have chosen the ASUS Strix version, the aesthetics are well worth the extra cost for someone like me.

Because I'm paranoid about graphics card sag, I did a bit of modding to fix it. I took one of the PCIe slot covers and bent it into a graphics card pillar to support the sagging end, using a thumb screw to hold it in place on the PSU shroud beneath. I'm fairly proud of my solution, it's fairly discrete and conveniently matches the aesthetic of the case to a point. It's also easily removable, should I need to.

I've tinkered with GIGABYTE's AORUS software, mostly to control the RGB logo and play with the fan curve. A little buggy and hard to use, but otherwise acceptable.

jaynj 12 points 29 days ago
from completed build My first ATX build

My only issue with this card is the ultra flimsy back-plate. Gigabyte should have done a better job in this area for a high end card like this

brubru1998 10 points 14 days ago
from completed build My gaming pc.

Well, when you pay 997$ CAD for a video card, want it to work right ? Not mine, black screen for nothing, coil whine, the left fan do not working at all.... After 2 days (brand news) RMA time.....

8 september 2017: Waiting for my new GTX 1080TI from newegg (free remplacement)