GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
2 PCIe 8-pin
- 6 points
- 18 months ago
from completed build My 460C or 400x?
too big and too heavy. go for hybrid if you have enough money
- 4 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build FrankenCircuit
EVGA's 1080 Ti card variants remain viable kings amongst graphical processing units, let's make that utterly clear. The EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Gaming Elite, even more-so.
This thing has powered various monitor setups that I've subjected it to, with no pixel left behind. However, this card is not to be confused with base EVGA 1080 ti cards, neither the factory overclocked editions. This particular unit that I have listed was only made available to select members of the registered EVGA community. While not as powerful as the KINGPiN variant, it does hold dominion over the other 1080 ti variants w/ slight advantage.
From triple 1080p displays, to dual 4K displays, to triple 2K displays, I've seen nothing but glory resulting from this cards performance through all rendering workloads & genre's/categories of games that I've played. Sadly, If you're looking for one of these cards, you're going to want cease that search. Unless you plan on willingly forking over three to two times what this card is actually worth at current msrp, you'll be faced with no other option than to go with the current architecture of GPU's. Should you want to go with a card that is similar to the 1080 ti's ability, I'd suggest the RTX 2070 ti — slightly faster than the 1080 ti but with similar (corrected) msrp value.
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