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Old 02-03-17, 05:36 PM
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ASUS announce their GTX 1080Ti Strix OC and Turbo series GPUs

ASUS has announced their new GTX 1080Ti Strix OC and Turbo series GPUs, with their GTX 1080Ti Strix coming with a thicker 2.5 slot cooling design for enhanced cooling performance.



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Old 02-03-17, 05:59 PM
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Bugger me that Strix looks frikkin huge

I love it
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Nice one!

Anyone that perhaps know what the connections will be? The same as the 1080 Strix? Ie 6 + 8 pin?.

Also anyone knows when this will be released?.
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Nice one!

Anyone that perhaps know what the connections will be? The same as the 1080 Strix? Ie 6 + 8 pin?.

Also anyone knows when this will be released?.
Nvidia has shown their reference model with a 8+6-pin configuration.
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Nvidia has shown their reference model with a 8+6-pin configuration.
Okay, you reckon the 1080Ti Strix to have the same?...
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Okay, you reckon the 1080Ti Strix to have the same?...
No, I'm guessing 2x 8pin will be the norm on nearly all GTX1080Ti
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