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Old 26-03-17, 02:40 PM
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ASUS GTX1080 Ti Strix OC Preview



With the release of the GTX 1080 Ti we've all been on tenterhooks awaiting the partner cards. Enter the ASUS Strix OC, and we give you a run down before our full review.


ASUS GTX1080 Ti Strix OC Preview
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Old 26-03-17, 03:59 PM
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Old 26-03-17, 11:56 PM
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lol "ASUS Tax" imcoming

Get ready to pay an extra $50-100 on this, Also really dumb move IMO bye leaving the DVI port on this GPU, DVI needs to die on these higher end cards.

I would still buy the EVGA over this Hahaha
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Old 27-03-17, 12:20 AM
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lol "ASUS Tax" imcoming

Get ready to pay an extra $50-100 on this, Also really dumb move IMO bye leaving the DVI port on this GPU, DVI needs to die on these higher end cards.

I would still buy the EVGA over this Hahaha
EVGA will most likely cost the same and if you look at the pics from the source for the https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu...80_ti_models/1 article they have also included a DVI port on the 1080Ti's
"Dumb" move EVGA?

It's interesting they've gone the dual DP + Dual HDMI route this time. Maybe for VR headsets?
The older models had single HDMI, Triple DP.
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Old 27-03-17, 12:25 AM
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EVGA will most likely cost the same and if you look at the pics from the source for the https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu...80_ti_models/1 article they have also included a DVI port on the 1080Ti's
"Dumb" move EVGA?

It's interesting they've gone the dual DP + Dual HDMI route this time. Maybe for VR headsets?
The older models had single HDMI, Triple DP.
Yep dumb move bye EVGA cause Nvidia had the right idea bye not having it on there and before anyone says why i know the reason why they did it.

IMO no high end GPU should have DVI.

IMO DVI needs to die on higher end cards.
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Old 27-03-17, 06:42 AM
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EVGA will most likely cost the same and if you look at the pics from the source for the https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu...80_ti_models/1 article they have also included a DVI port on the 1080Ti's
"Dumb" move EVGA?

It's interesting they've gone the dual DP + Dual HDMI route this time. Maybe for VR headsets?
The older models had single HDMI, Triple DP.
This time? The 1070 Strix also has dual DP + Dual HDMI.

Other than it's what I expected, although I must say I like the move to a 2.5-Slot cooler design. Dual slot just looks so slim in a single GPU config.
My 1070 Strix just looks lost in comparison to my old iChill 770 X3 HerculeZ. I love that card and Inno3D's aesthetics in general.
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Considering you can get adaptors I'd agree - especially if you're watercooling and you can go single slot.
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TBH I have to agree Nvidia did the right thing getting rid of the DVI on the higher spec card and all MF should have followed suit
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Does anyone know if this one is longer or the same length as the 1080 Strix?...
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