GTX 1080 Ti promises to dominate the gaming world

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Move over, Titan X. There's a new king in town.

With a higher clock speed than the Titan X, and 11GB of rather rapid VRAM, the 1080 Ti proves to be the best Ti card ever made - as if that wasn't already immediately obvious.

Boasting a claimed 35% performance increase over the standard 1080, at just £699 ($699 pre-tax), the 1080 Ti seems like a dream card for anyone looking to upgrade. Plus, with a TDP of just 250W, gamers can look forward to some seriously meaty performance from a reasonable low power draw.

 

Say hello to the new top dog.

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

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i call BS on that $700 price point. you can barely find a regular 1080 for that. this is a $1k+ card

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Actually they are going to cut 1080 to $500 :)

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I have to say I paid 1000$ for my GTX 1080 Sea Hawk that comes liquid cooled with an AIO rad & fans, it clocks to 2.1Ghz. My PC is now silent with low temps in summer.  I'm not buying a Ti version, unless I go SLI with an additional card.

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Huniken - my advice would be don't go SLI - buy the new and sell the old ... there are too many hiccups in both SLI and x-fire modes unfortunately

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At this time I don't even think SLI even work in Star Citizen. At least it didn't last time I tried.

That card is going to be great, if it is as good as they say. But I want to wait getting a new computer until SC go live. Who knows how good computers will be in 7 years when the game go live.

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+1  I plan to avoid any needless upgrades as well.

 

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Huniken - my advice would be don't go SLI - buy the new and sell the old ... there are too many hiccups in both SLI and x-fire modes unfortunately

Well I DID pickup another GTX 1080, but this time is for my new laptop lol :P 

 

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Not going to upgrade my r9 390x is enough for 60 fps don't need anymore than that on my 2560 x 1080 widescreen 

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I'm getting one! Don't know when but I will own a 1080ti even if I have to sell my neighbours kids. I wonder what people pay for noisy kids these days?

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