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 Gameguru Mania News - Mar,06 2017 -  
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Unboxed - tech
(hx) 12:07 PM EST - Mar,06 2017 - Post a comment / read (2)
The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is NVIDIA's new flagship GPU for hardcore gamers that actually sports slightly more gaming horsepower than the mighty Titan X (minus a smallish 1GB of GDDR5X memory), but sells for almost half the price at $699 (Titan X MSRP stands at $1200). And so, if you weren't looking forward to giving-up your right arm, along with a not entirely critical organ, this new plank of potent Pascal pixel-punching power will at least allow you to hang on to your extremities, while still maintaining bragging rights of what should be the fastest 4K gaming performance on the planet currently. You can expect the first official reviews soon!!!



last 10 comments:
lorcro2000(04:17 AM EST - Mar,07 2017 )
A normal GTX 1080 should be enough for all but the most die-hard gamers who demand 4k, though.

And I for one am never buying a card with a reference cooler design again. Those things tend to sound like a vacuum cleaner. The MSI Gaming X with their Twin Frozr is so superior, both in cooling efficency and noise. Or the Asus DirectCU, etc other aftermarket coolers.

Tom(11:12 AM EST - Mar,07 2017 )
I ain't buying any card > $350. My card is doing great and I don't give a shit about 4K or spending $500 on a screen. PC ain't worth it.

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