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which custom 1080ti to get??

hi  in 2  months I will  buy one new  g-syng monitor and I want to  buy one 1080 ti..

 

which custom 1080 ti  are  you suggested me to  buy??

 

which  are  the best  customs 1080 ti?? for  overclocking and  everything?.

 

also  I will buy one used card .. and not new..

 

also do  you know from where I can find used cards??.. . I am, interesting in Europe  only. because I am from Greece and I don't  want to pay  extra taxes and charges

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EVGA has the best customer service and their coolers very work well.

 

and eBay or local classifieds 

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1 minute ago, TRIB4555554 said:

which  are  the best  customs 1080 ti?? for  overclocking and  everything?.

ASUS Strix 1080 Ti for best performance or EVGA FTW3 1080 Ti for best warranty. 

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3 minutes ago, TRIB4555554 said:

what is  your  opinion for Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Aorus Xtreme Edition?

Gigabyte is a combination of things Asus and EVGA didn't do as well. Worse customer service than EVGA, arguably worse PCB and looks than the Asus.

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So which is the best custom 1080 ti for overclocking and performance ;

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2 minutes ago, jim33 said:

So which is the best custom 1080 ti for overclocking and performance ;

I mean just about every custom 1080ti will hit around the same speeds overclocked as it's really down to silicon lottery the only deciding factor is cooling (so watercooled or a beefy cooler) Otherwise the kingpin cards are pre binned so they will overclock the best but, they're pricey and good luck finding any.

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Just now, jim33 said:

So all the customs are the same;

I mean they have different pcb designs and coolers (hince the custom) So they have better power delivery than a stock Nvidia board but, silicon quality is the primary deciding factor in what a gpu will hit similar to a cpu and motherboard.

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5 minutes ago, jim33 said:

 Evga ftw 1080 ti is not very good custom card;

I know multiple people with that card who have never had an issue with it, all of EVGAs products are generally solid they did have a slip up in the initial launch of the 10xx series but, can't think of another time they've messed up

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2 minutes ago, jim33 said:

 Αsus Astrix or ftw 1080 ti to buy;

Personally I would go for the evga card because I care more about customer support. They all preform about the anyways so trying to get solid card is most important to me. Both cards are solid so the better customer support pushes the evga ahead for me. 

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Asus Astrix or ftw or msi trip 1080 ti;

 

Το buy for performance. And overclocking and quality  chip;

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Some cards are cheaper due to the cooler, whilst having the same PCB as a more expensive card.

For example:

MSI armor , it has a shit cooler, its not good enough for the 1080ti, it was designed for the 1070 iirc. BUT has the PCB of the Gaming X.

So if you were going to water cool the card, its best to get the Armor and save like £50.

 

Now of your going to rely in the air cooler, then any of the major brands mid - high end version are fine. They will all peform roughly the same, within the variability of silicon lottery.

I'd say based on reviews, the Aurous extreme and Gaming X have the better air coolers. Though the FTW3 and Strix are no slouches ether

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