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GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin + 1 PCIe 6-pin
- 43 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Mini Supercomputer 2018 (Ryzen 7 2700X, 32GB DDR4-3200, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti)
The fastest ~$1000 USD video card in the world. Faster than a speeding bullet. Leaps tall buildings in a single bound, according to Jen-Hsun Huang apparently. Worthy enough of an upgrade. I hate that it cost me so much though. In Taipei it cost ~30000 TWD. In Europe it's no better. Trying to order from Amazon.com they charged me $250 VAT. Screw that crap.
- 33 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Mmm, dat glass - Phanteks Evolv ATX TG Gaming Build
amazing GPU, usually silent and runs cool
- 33 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Back at it again with the ITX
The true champion! Running on a Accelero extreme iii never gets past 68c under synthetic loads. This is a true champion of a card !
- 23 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build Black Ice
I wanted the best card I could get without breaking my $2000 total limit, I was originally looking at the RTX 2070 but I wanted a little bit more performance and I didn't really feel the need to jump on the ray tracing bandwagon until they have something really impressive. I was convinced to look at the used market by a friend and I am so glad that I did, this thing is a beast! I went for an EVGA card because they offer a secondhand warranty for the duration of the original manufacturers warranty.
- 14 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build Phoenix Rising
This is the first time I went all out on a GPU and even though my 970 it replaced was still a solid card, the details in games that I was playing was immediately noticeable. I can't wait to continue to push the card. It's pricey, admittedly, but I hope to get years of max settings with it.
Fans have a horrible whine to them at 1100-1200rpm, any higher or lower is fine (have noticed a slight whine at 2200-2300, but fans rarely kick onto that). EVGA advised it needs to be RMA'd but that they don't have the inventory at the moment. So, I am holding onto it for the time being. I adjusted the fan curve to avoid those speeds and haven't had an issue. Gaming in a 75-78f room for a few hours has a stable temp of 75-77c and is silent for the most part (fans spinning at about 1400-1700rpm), well below threshold so I'm happy. Once inventory clears up, I'll probably RMA it for peace of mind. EVGA support is amazing, so no concerns there.
- 13 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Z370 Done Right
Can't beat it for high resolution/high refresh. Currently being used for 3440x1440p 120hz display. Maxes AAA's with room to spare. Runs mid-high 70's overclocked to 2038mhz core 6000mhz memory.
- 12 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build Nerf this! (High End Gaming Build)
Probably overkill, however I do run 2 monitors (one ultra-wide) and play games such as The Witcher 3 on max settings. The cooler is far superior to the founder's edition, and it has never been above 65 degrees on the stock fan curve. It was difficult to fit into my case, and took about 20 minutes of manoeuvring to get it seated in the motherboard and to fit the power connectors.
- 10 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Wee beastie
Bloody expensive. I like the looks and cooling, I think it's open design works well in this case. (2 years later and it turns out to have been a very good buy, I thought £700 was too much but its still very high end and performs fantastically well).