GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
Number of Fans
- 211 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build M. Mk IV - Meshify C Mini, Custom Loop
ASUS produces amazing cards, and this one is no exception. Very nice backplate with an unobtrusive LED-lit logo, too. It's huge and rather heavy though, so sagging will likely be an issue.
- 44 points
- 18 months ago
from completed build My first custom build
gorgeous card with the stock cooler, takes up about 2.5 slots with it RGB isnt over kill. currently have it overclocked stable at 2000-2100 on water. on air got about 1900-2000 depending on temps using MSI afterburner. power limit 120, temp 90, core clock +151, mem clock +700. I sit stable at +160 on all benchmarks except FURmark.
- 40 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build Nephilim
One of the absolute best GPUs out there right now. It is very fast and, important to me, it is quiet when under load! I use this to push a 1440p 165 hz monitor and it does so with relative ease. I don't play many AAA games, in fact I think the only one is really BF1. I mainly play SC2 and will fire up GTAv, ForHonor, and The Witcher 3 whenever I get spare time but with school and work I just squeeze in some Zerg matches and call it good.
I use the GPU acceleration in Photoshop and Lightroom and have noticed a big difference between this and the 390x I had prior. Many versions of the 1080ti perform identically, I went toward the Strix to match my mobo and well I have an Asus ROG monitor so...themed!
Overall - If you can find one at a decent price (mining craze is starting to affect the 1080ti) snag it up! It will push 1440p very well and one single card can push 60fps on 4k! This should be in my PC for many years to come.
- 32 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Frostbite
Literally incredible! Super fast and very cool!
- 29 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build Return of the Gene! ft. 5.4 GHz 8600k
Strix fan boy must!
- 27 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Yes, the Strix 1080 Ti fits: Downsizing Ryzen to a Plastidipped NCase!
Originally an R9 Nano; still noisy at idle and made even worse by its new spot on my desk. Tried to mod the fan (terribly) which silenced it, but the NF-A9x14 spins at less than half the RPM and could not prevent throttling. Finally caved and bought the ASUS Strix 1080 Ti, which was my original plan for this build; the 2.5 slot design means that with the shroud removed, there is only 1-2 mm of space between the two Silent Wings 3 in exhaust right below it.
I knew for a fact that the Strix 1080 fit; I triple checked all over the place to make sure that the 1080 Ti was the same length and width, but I was still real anxious, especially with Newegg's replacement-only return policy. The rear side panel mounting clip is less than a millimeter away from the upper left corner of the PCB on this thing. Close shave.
- 27 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build My Demise!
A beast, run my games on my 3440x1440 21:9 G-Sync Alienware monitor at 120FPS on ultra settings, flawlessly!
- 25 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Inferno (4k Gaming/Development Rig)
Okay, whoever at Asus who put these things together sold his soul or something because I'm not sure how this is so damn chill. I've managed to add a +70 core OC, which is impressive since this is already an Asus OC binned card, and a +1200 memory OC???? How??? And it has never broken 69-70C even after half an hour of furmark? What sorcery is this.
Been told this can get even better under Liquid Metal, I'll have to check that out at some point.
- 24 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build Gaming Rig and SpaceHeater 2016-2017
Games like a beast, stays extremely cool, overclocks really well even with a locked voltage and doesn't cause any problems being mixed in my system with an rx 480