Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Review: The Best Graphics Card Yet

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Review: The Best Graphics Card Yet

Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 Ti isn’t just the best graphics card from the company yet, it’s one of the best ever made and represents the pinnacle of what PC gamers are able to get their hands on today. It’s the first graphics card I’ve seen that actually did exactly what it said it was going to do, even if that comes at a higher price than expected.

 Specs & Design

The 1080 Ti is Nvidia’s latest graphics card and it has taken the crown from the previous king, the 980. Although it falls just shy of our recommended 4K gaming build due to price, for most gamers with a budget under $1,000 there really isn’t any better option. In addition to great performance at 4K resolution, the 1080 TI can push decent frame rates in ultra-wide gaming and VR applications when configured with a headset and higher-end processor. There are few major design changes on this graphics card as compared to its predecessor but they do add up to be worth noting.

First is that Nvidia dropped the power connector requirement entirely which greatly reduces cable clutter and increases compatibility with small form factor PCs where space can be tight. Second, it has more memory than the 1080 at 11GB which provides greater stability for high resolutions such as 4K or ultra wide screens. Third, an all new aluminum cover replaces the plastic cover found on its predecessors resulting in better heat dissipation and improved cooling.

Finally, there are now two cooling fans instead of one making this graphics card even quieter during operation than before. Overall the 1080 Ti is one heck of a powerful graphics card with top notch features and specifications but what really makes it stand out is its affordability. At around $700-$750 depending on retailer you won’t find another video card with these specs anywhere near this affordable!

Is It Worth it?

The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is a powerful graphics card with a massive 11GB of GDDR5X video memory. Designed for 4K gaming and VR, the Nvidia GTX 1080Ti offers an unrivaled experience in both categories. At $699, the price may scare away some buyers but those that take the plunge will not be disappointed.

Consumers who want a quality 4K/VR experience are usually willing to spend more. In this case, they won’t be let down with the Nvidia GTX 1080Ti. It is designed to provide a high level of performance without breaking the bank.

The Nvidia GTX 1080Ti also has 12 billion transistors, 3,584 CUDA cores running at 1.6GHz base clock speed and up to 1.9GHz boost clock speed, as well as 352-bit memory bus width and 484 GB/s bandwidth when using GDDR5X technology. It’s clear that this powerhouse can handle anything you throw at it in terms of games or other graphical applications – it can even handle 8K videos!

With all these features combined into one graphics card, there’s no wonder why the Nvidia GTX 1080Ti took home our Editor’s Choice Award for best GPU overall!

Bottom Line

The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is the best graphics card on the market right now. I’ve used it in a couple of builds and it has yet to disappoint. The speed of the GPU combined with GDDR5X ram puts its performance far above any other video card available. Along with great pricing, this card is an excellent investment for anyone looking to get into PC gaming, or upgrade their current machine! I also recommend checking out some articles from this blog as well – one specifically deals with tips and tricks that can help you increase your FPS rates.

At the end of the day, if you’re considering upgrading your computer’s graphics card then the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti should be at the top of your list! With 11GB of VRAM and over 10 TFLOPS, there isn’t anything better currently on the market. It provides the perfect balance between price and power which makes it a no-brainer for any gamer who wants high quality graphics.

At the end of the day, if you’re considering upgrading your computer’s graphics card then the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti should be at the top of your list!

If you have any questions regarding video cards feel free to contact me – I will do my best to get back to you in a timely manner. If there are any topics that would interest readers let me know and I can include them in future articles. Thanks for reading and take care!

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