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The initial focus on NVIDIA's recently launched GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards has been on how well they perform in games, especially when cranking up the resolution to 4K (3840x2160). That will continue to be a point of interest, though it's not the only one. A fresh set of benchmarks making the rounds highlight how the new cards perform in deep learning workloads. Before we get to the numbers, let's talk about why this matters. As you might already know, the GeForce RTX series pushes consumer graphics cards into new territory. Typically with each new generation of graphics cards, consumers benefit from faster rasterization rendering and sometimes better power efficiency.... Read more...
It seems a little late in the game to be reviewing Arctic's Accelero Xtreme IV GPU cooler, so what gives? Well, I recently upgraded my ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition model, and while that is a solid GPU upgrade for sure, it is a downgrade acoustically and thermally. Some people prefer the blower style cooler that ships on Founders Editions cards. I am not one of them. My main system sits in an open air Thermaltake Core P5 chassis, so there really is not a benefit to expelling hot hair out of the rear of the case, as Founders Edition cards do. If anything, the open air design exacerbates the noise since the card and cooler are... Read more...
One of the worst kept secrets in tech right now is that NVIDIA is preparing to launch its next-generation Turing GPU lineup for gamers. The company is scheduled to talk about those GPUs at the Hot Chips conference next month, and it's conceivable that Turing might launch before then. Until then, we are left to sift through the rumors and leaks, even the sketchy ones, such as a supposed screenshot of a next-gen GeForce GTX 1170 putting the beat down on a current-gen GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in 3DMark. We recommend taking this with a giant pile of salt, and then some, because there are several signs that it's spoofed. We'll get to that in a minute. For now, let's talk about the leaked benchmark. According... Read more...
If you're looking for the ultimate in GeForce GTX 1080 Ti gaming goodness with a minimal footprint, it looks as though EVGA has the perfect solution for your beastly gaming rig. The enthusiast hardware company has just pulled the wraps off the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N Hydro Copper. The graphics card is guaranteed to overclock to at least 2,025MHz, which matches the specs of the air-cooled version of the card that launched earlier in 2017. Although 2,025GHz is guaranteed, base and boost clocks are pegged at a more sedate 1,582MHz and 1,695MHz respectively. What makes the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N Hydro Copper so special, however, is the fact that it is a single-slot solution that manages... Read more...
When it comes to gaming rigs, we love it when OEMs (and enthusiasts who build their machines) throw everything but the kitchen sink at their systems. Excess is best when it comes to NVIDIA, which commissioned high-end PC case maker Parvum to some up with the Ultimate GeForce PC. The main requirement was to design a custom case that would showcase the kickass hardware lurking inside -- specifically the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. The case is custom-milled from aluminum and features an embedded water cooling system constructed of clear acrylic, which has to be seen to be believed. Inside the case, you'll find the following components: Intel i7-6850K 3.60GHz (Broadwell-E) Socket LGA2011-V3 ASUS X99-E WS... Read more...
Although our own testing have shown the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti to easily outpace the Radeon RX Vega 64 in most gaming benchmarks, there appears to be at least one DX12 title that seem to favor AMD's latest graphic flagship. That game is Forza Motorsport 7, which is set to go into wide release tomorrow, October 3rd. In most gaming benchmarks, the Vega 64 has been shown to be a worthy adversary for the GeForce GTX 1080. But in Forza Motorsport 7, the Vega 64 is punching above its weight class, outperforming the GTX 1080 Ti by roughly 23 percent at Full HD resolution. With the resolution cranked to 2560x1440, the Vega 64 outgunned the GTX 1080 Ti by around 12 percent, putting up 115 fps versus... Read more...
There are plenty of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards to choose from, assuming you're in the market for a top-shelf solution for high-end and/or 4K gaming. However, the field of contenders quickly begins to diminish when you weed out all of the air-cooled variants and limited your search to just liquid-cooled cards. One such card that falls into the latter category is Gigabyte's Aorus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce WB Xtreme Edition 11G. That is quite the mouthful, though there is plenty more here than just a long-winded name. Gigabyte's newest GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is an enthusiast solution for users either already have a liquid cooling setup inside their rigs, or plan to implement one. As such,... Read more...
Soon after NVIDIA's Founder’s Edition GeForce GTX 1080 Ti hit the scene, board partners readied custom cards, like the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING with iCX technology we’ll be showing you here. We have already taken a look at a powerful behemoth from Gigabyte, and MSI chimed in recently as well. Today’s combatant from EVGA, though slightly more tame in terms of clock speeds, may just be the most attractive to the data junkies and tweakers among you.EVGA’s iCX technology is interesting for a few reasons. It incorporates a plethora of additional sensors onto the card, along with a protection circuit, in addition to a highly-optimized heatsink and fans, to offer users far more information... Read more...
Gigabyte is getting ready to beef up its arsenal of Pascal parts with no less than three GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards. Two of them will be marketed under its Aorus gaming division, leaving one with Gigabyte's own branding. All three will feature custom cooling solutions with three fans keeping the GPU nice and chilly, along with overclocked specs straight out of the factory. Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G Starting with Gigabyte's own branded GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G, this is the slowest clocked card of the bunch, though it's a still a speed demon in its own right: OC Mode: 1,544MHz base, 1,657MHz boost Gaming Mode: 1,515MHz base, 1,632MHz boost Both modes are faster... Read more...
If you are looking for a gaming PC with a sleek and small footprint, Corsair has your back. The company today announced its first “fully built gaming PC” and by all accounts, it looks like Corsair has hit it out of the park on the first swing. The Corsair One is a small form factor (SFF) machine that tries to maximize the use of off-the-shelf components (instead of custom fittings) so that upgrades down the road can be made with ease. Given that this is a Corsair product, you’ll find plenty of Corsair-branded components inside including an SF400 80 Plus Gold SFX power supply (SF500 80 Plus Gold SFX on top-ranging models), Vengeance LPX 2,400MHz memory, and Force LE SSDs in 240GB, 480GB or 960GB... Read more...
  Do you have a fever, and the only prescription is more GeForce GTX 1080 Ti? Well, sit back and take a seat, because EVGA has no less than three custom graphics cards coming your way — and that is in addition to the already-announced Founders Edition.EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti As you might already know, the Founders Edition has a base clock of 1480MHz and a boost clock of 1582MHz, with a texture fill rate of 331.5GT/s. The 11GB of GDDR5X memory is clocked at 11GHz providing effective memory bandwidth of 484 GB/s.EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming But EVGA’s custom boards start ramping up the clock speeds and employ the company’s own patented cooling systems to keep board temperatures in... Read more...
Just a week ago, Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido was turning heads with a massive overclock on an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder Edition. K|NGP|N was able to take the newly released graphics card to a stunning 2.5GHz using liquid nitrogen. Even the onboard GDDR5X memory received some well-deserved attention, overclocking to 12.5Gbps. To put those numbers in perspective, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has a base clock of 1480MHz and boosts to 1582MHz, while the card’s memory has a stock speed of 11Gbps. Now K|NGP|N is back at it again, using liquid nitrogen to eek another 500MHz out of the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder Edition, taking it past 3GHz. EVGA confirmed the feat in a Facebook posting, showing the... Read more...
As you no doubt already know, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is the fastest gaming graphics card to ever be unleashed on the enthusiast market. Taking the place of the already impressive GeForce GTX 1080, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is more closely related to the Titan X, incorporates 11GB of 11Gbps GDDR5X memory, and has a price tag of $699. However, some people just aren’t content with the 1480MHz base and 1582Hz boost clocks of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. That’s where EVGA overclocking expert Kingpin comes into focus. Kingpin was able to overclock an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition that was cooled using liquid nitrogen to an amazing 2.5GHz. This backs up NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang’s assertion... Read more...
NVIDIA is officially launching its most powerful gaming graphics card today, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. It was announced last week at the Game Developers Conference and pre-orders began shortly thereafter. However, the cards will begin shipping tomorrow, from on-line retailers, system builders, and add-in-board partners. The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti’s specifications may elicit some quizzical looks in light of previous-gen offerings, with its odd 11GB of GDDR5X RAM and 352-bit memory interface, but rest assured this card is an absolute beast. Though its memory complement, interface, and a few blocks within the GPU are reduced versus the mighty NVIDIA Titan X, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti makes up for its... Read more...
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast, Marco, Dave and Chris talk AMD Ryzen processors for desktop enthusiasts and gamers, AMD's Naples server platform based on the Zen architecture, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, LG's hot new G6 Android flagship, the HP Elite x3 phone that proposes to deliver a Windows Office in your pocket, EVGA's innovative iCX cooling for graphics cards, Dell's XPS 15 with GeForce 10 and more! 04:56 - AMD Ryzen Desktop Processors 17:22 - AMD Zen-Based Naples Many-Core Server Platform 29:08 - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and more here 39:51 - EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 With iCX Cooling 44:40 - HP Elite x3 Smartphone Windows Office In Your Pocket 56:01... Read more...
Update 3/9/2017 - Our full review of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, with copious benchmarks, is live here!If there's one thing that gets the average, self-respecting Tech-geek jazzed, it's the smell of fresh, new PC gaming hardware in the morning. As such, along with your morning dose of caffeinated something-or-other, we're here to unbox the all new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is NVIDIA's new flagship GPU for hardcore gamers that actually sports slightly more gaming horsepower than the mighty Titan X (minus a smallish 1GB of GDDR5X memory), but sells for almost half the price at $699 (Titan X MSRP stands at $1200). And so, if you weren't looking forward to giving-up your right... Read more...
NVIDIA just lifted the veil on its latest monster graphics card for gamers -- the long-rumored GeForce GTX 1080 Ti -- at an event this evening in San Francisco during the Game Developers Conference (GDC). The card will sit at the top of NVIDIA's Pascal-powered GeForce product stack alongside the mighty Titan X and GeForce GTX 1080, promising significant performance gains over the GTX 1080 and faster than Titan X-class performance, likely for a much lower price. However, pricing will be disclosed at an official unveiling later tonight, hosted by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. The card is an interesting beast and actually ushers in new premium GDDR5X memory from Micron.  Update - 8:01PM... Read more...
  It’s been a long time coming, but the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is almost here. We had originally hoped to see NVIDIA’s latest high-end gaming card at Consumer Electronics Show this past January, but it wasn’t meant to be. But NVIDIA today confirmed that its latest Pascal-based graphics card will be unveiled next week. If you head to GeForce.com, you’ll presented with a countdown timer, which shows that we have just over six days left before the big announcement. That puts the launch right smack dab in the middle of GDC 2017, which runs from February 27th through March 3rd. And when you examine the page's source code, you'll find a direct reference to the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. This timing makes... Read more...
Ever since NVIDIA launched Pascal, the one card that enthusiasts have been champing (not chomping) at the bit for is the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. An earlier rumor had NVIDIA announcing the much anticipated Ti variant at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last month, but that did not happen. The speculation that followed was that NVIDIA might skip the Ti part entirely. Maybe it will, but according to new (unconfirmed) information making the rounds, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is only about a month away. Swedish-language website Nordic Hardware claims to have heard directly from graphics card makers in Taiwan that the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will arrive to retail in late March, most likely around... Read more...
If history tells us anything, it is that NVIDIA will eventually release a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. There were rumors that it would make a debut at the Consumer Electronics Show, but that event has now come and went. While that is mildly disappointing, do not be too bummed out about it—apparently NVIDIA is still planning to launch the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, which will be available around PAX East 2017.That is not confirmed, of course. However, here is what we know. NVIDIA posted a job listing last month for a Senior Marketing Manager and outlined some very specific duties the chosen candidate would be in charge of. One of the duties it listed is to ensure that GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics... Read more...
NVIDIA has pretty much had the high-end graphics market to itself with the launch of its Pascal GPU family. Taking top honors with gamers have been the GeForce GTX 1080 and Titan X. However, AMD hasn’t been sitting idly by for all this time; the company has a counterpunch in the form of Vega. To prepare gamers for the arrival of Vega, it has launched a new website, aptly named VE.GA, which is home to a new teaser video: In the video, we see a young boy walking through the streets with a drum, as posters and graffiti adorn walls around him. There are slogans like #Bettered, “VR is not just for the 1%”, and “Join the Radeon rebellion” shown prominently in the video. The video ends by encouraging... Read more...
NVIDIA could sit on its laurels and do absolutely nothing but kick out driver releases for the next several months and it probably would still hold a dominate position in graphics. That is how good its Pascal architecture is, and the available graphics card options built around it. But NVIDIA is not standing still, it is moving forward and is close to releasing arguably the most exciting Pascal card to date, the much anticipated GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. No, NVIDIA has not yet announced the Ti version just yet, at least not officially and not to the public. In a way, however, it confirmed the inevitable release of a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti by mentioning it in a recent job posting on LinkedIn, the popular... Read more...
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