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Worth the $$$
Tony from Fort Saskatchewan writes:
- The card decimates any game at 4k and 60+ fps. It's quiet, and the rgb leds are a nice extra with the easy to use GPU Tweak software.
- None so far. Some people say it can run hot, but I have had no problems even when pushing it with triple monitors.
- If you're not concerned about $$, then this is the one to get.
Jeff from Edmonton writes:
- I had dual GTX 1070s in SLI, and a Samsung 28" 4K monitor. They handled games like BF1 and Wildlands in 4K high around 40-50FPS, had to go down to 2K Ultra to get 60FPS+. Unfortunately, the game I play the most (Squad) is in Alpha and does not support SLI. It had to have a mix of medium/high in 2K to see 50-60FPS. Well, introducing the ROG Strix 1080 Ti OC. It decimates 4K Ultra settings in Squad with 80-100 FPS. I mean, I knew it was going to be better, but I can hardly play now through my tears.
- None so far, I'll be watching the temps. Did not come with tissues to mop up my happiness.
- Need a new keyboard, it has shorted out due to excessive happy tears.
Graham from Calgary writes:
- This card is simply a beast! the GTX1080 was good...really good...but it just doesn't compare to this card at all. Battlefield 1, The Division, Battlefront...all play incredibly smooth on full settings and pushing over 90fps on a 34" monitor.
- Runs very hot when pushed... even without overclocking. Up to 81c consistent while playing Division. It's currently in an NZXT S340 Elite and I'm starting to think that I'm not providing it with enough air supply.
- This card is absolutely worth the money. Make sure you have the space and power for it to breath and eat properly...
Dave from Vancouver writes:
- Got a Great Overclock with this card, stable in game at 2062 Mhz Core clock, 5899 Mhz Memory. Stays around 62 Degrees under load! Very quiet only hear a slight hum. Couldn't be happier.
- Zero, its excellent.
- Buy this card now.
Phatec from Calgary writes:
- • Works in tandem with your Asus RGB Motherboards using AURA software for RGB lighting • The newest version of GPUTweakII works flawlessly with this card • Card at full load runs smooth, and cool. Highest temps I've seen thus far is 54° C. • Card is silent even on full load, my "silent" case fans are louder. • While playing games, the card performs MUCH better than advertised. • 1 Card performs better than 2 Titan X Maxwell.
- This card is amazing, it does requires GPUTweakII to work at its advertised performance. I would recommend this card to anyone looking to buy a 1080 TI.
Andrew from Edmonton writes:
- This card performs exactly as advertised; it is incredibly powerful, quiet, and compliments the aesthetic of a clean themed build with the Aura lighting. The card was purchased to replace 2 Asus Strix GTX 980 cards running in SLI for gaming on a triple 1080p monitor setup (refresh capped at 60 fps due to the monitors max refresh rate and spanned using NVIDIA Surround), the new card significantly out performs the old setup, allowing settings at ultra instead of custom between mid and high.
- For smaller form factor cases the 2.5 slot width may constrain your ability to use certain PCI-E slots. Smaller power supplies may need to be upgraded to meet the demands of the card.
- Well worth the investment for anyone looking to upgrade from any previous release. The ASUS GPU-Tweak software has good preset OC and Gaming modes to get a little extra out of the card without having to be an expert at custom overclocking. Virtually silent operation even under load in a well ventilated case for those wanting to game without having to jack up the volume. I would recommend this card to anyone looking to move to the 1080 Ti series of GPUs.