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$709.99 - EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (1480 MHz) US

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That's a really good deal, especially with that rebate.


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Damn, if only I was in the US...


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6 minutes ago, Chennaiyen said:

I am looking to purchase a 1080ti, budget $799. Was interested in the Asus 1080ti the $749 & $799 ones but looks like there are out of stock and now this offer came up. Is this a good card compared to the 1569 MHz ones?

 

It boosts to 1582 itself, and if you have gpu boost enabled it'll go even higher than that, so it'll perform the same(within about 5% at most) of the other 1080ti's out there.


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1 minute ago, Chennaiyen said:

Ok, now whats that? 

From review:

 

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Okay, so I purchased this card thinking it was the EVGA GTX 1080 Ti FTW 3 edition. I get the box, it says EVGA FTW 3, and I install it and it's all working great with great performance. I look at the card though, and the FTW3 logo isn't on the side. I go back to newegg and look at its page. It's the FTW3 DT. What? Wow, I can't believe I missed that. It comes with lower clocks according to newegg, and doesn't have the FTW3 logo on the side. Just look at the picture, it's a line instead. Even though Newegg says that it comes with lower clocks, GPU Boost 3.0 still takes mine up to a steady 1880MHz without touching anything manually. Instead of this, get the regular FTW3 edition for the same price.

 

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2 minutes ago, RKRiley said:

It boosts to 1582 itself, and if you have gpu boost it'll go even higher than that, so it'll perform the same(within about 5% at most) of the other 1080ti's out there.

Did you mean GPU boost in MOBO, I ordered the Asus Maximus X with Wifi, I dont know if that has one. 

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1 minute ago, Chennaiyen said:

Did you mean GPU boost in MOBO, I ordered the Asus Maximus X with Wifi, I dont know if that has one. 

No, GPU Boost(that im referring to) is a part of the nvidia control panel.


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2 minutes ago, Chennaiyen said:

The Asus Strix is back in stock, 

 

So, which would you guys recommend? 

EVGA : https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487381

 

or 

 

Asus : https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814126186 

I'd say EVGA.


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16 minutes ago, Chennaiyen said:

@RKRiley so , this card should match the performance of the $799 cards? 

They all use the same gpu so they'll all be within about 5% of each other. The difference between the best and the worst performing 1080ti (not including founders edition) really isn't much, you wouldn't even notice the difference gaming on them.

 


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From what I understand, EVGA doesn't bin their chips, so any FTW card that doesn't pass at the higher clock speeds used in their FTW edition has their speeds reduced to Nvidia stock and labeled with FTW DT.  You still get the higher end FTW cooler, but your speeds will be reduced.  With the better cooler, GPU Boost will take the card back up to a decent level, but you are probably talking around the SC level and not FTW level.

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