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i love the shroud but damn its a whole 100 dollars more expensive but apparently its the highest factory overclocked 980 ti you 

can get right now. of course overclocks do vary.

hell no. i would never pay for that... i'd rather get an EVGA card

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http://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01931HM7K/?tag=pcpapi-20

 

i love the shroud but damn its a whole 100 dollars more expensive but apparently its the highest factory overclocked 980 ti you 

can get right now. of course overclocks do vary.

its also designed for ln2 cooling thus the memory defroster that most users would never use., and made 100% by machines with no human interaction, to make it more stable and less susceptible to error. this card is only for the most hard core of enthusiast thus the higher cost, it has nothing to do with the slightly higher factory overclock.

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I just got mine a few days ago, it's wonderful.  It looks great, overclocks like a champ, and is really REALLY quiet.   27% fan speed looping valley @ 1440p for 15 mins, it only hit 69c.

 

1520-1530 mhz core 8800 mhz memory is no problem in benchmarks I tested it even came with Samsung memory.

It comes with great software, and VRM & Memory temperature sensors (something most other 980 ti don't have) Asus gpu tweak II is actually quite good as well, been using it off and on for about 3 days now, works great.

 

I'll be writing a huge overclocking guide with it soon, with 3 different sections:  Air / Water / Subzero, to show what it OC's to on all three cooling categories.

 

$709 is actually stupidly cheap for what the card offers, it offers nearly what the 980 TI Kingpin offers, for $140-340 less. (Currently the best 980 ti on the market)

 

 

 

 

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The only cards from EVGA that come close to the Matrix would be the KP, which is better, but also costs $140-340 more depending on what ASIC you get.  It only runs mid 60's at load with super low fan speeds, something none of the ACX cards do besides the KP.  Sure you could get the Hybrid card, but it doesn't come with Samsung memory.

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I just got mine a few days ago, it's wonderful. It looks great, overclocks like a champ, and is really REALLY quiet. 27% fan speed looping valley @ 1440p for 15 mins, it only hit 69c.

1520-1530 mhz core 8800 mhz memory is no problem in benchmarks I tested it even came with Samsung memory.

It comes with great software, and VRM & Memory temperature sensors (something most other 980 ti don't have) Asus gpu tweak II is actually quite good as well, been using it off and on for about 3 days now, works great.

I'll be writing a huge overclocking guide with it soon, with 3 different sections: Air / Water / Subzero, to show what it OC's to on all three cooling categories.

$709 is actually stupidly cheap for what the card offers, it offers nearly what the 980 TI Kingpin offers, for $140-340 less. (Currently the best 980 ti on the market)

@SeanAngelo

The only cards from EVGA that come close to the Matrix would be the KP, which is better, but also costs $140-340 more depending on what ASIC you get. It only runs mid 60's at load with super low fan speeds, something none of the ACX cards do besides the KP. Sure you could get the Hybrid card, but it doesn't come with Samsung memory.

The gigabyte hybrid is the first non reference hybrid. I'd like to know if that has sammys but if it does then it should be the best cool and fast card (with stock cooling)

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The gigabyte hybrid is the first non reference hybrid. I'd like to know if that has sammys but if it does then it should be the best cool and fast card (with stock cooling)

 

That extreme gaming one apparently has it, so maybe that one does too.

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FireStrike 980 ti @ 1800 Mhz http://hwbot.org/submission/3183338 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11574089

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