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GeForce GTX 1080Ti ROG Strix OC 11264MB GDDR5X PCI-Express Graphics Card

  • ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING
  • Core Clock: 1594MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1708MHz
  • Memory: 11264MB 11100MHz GDDR5X
  • Stream Processors: 3584
  • SLI Ready
  • VR Ready
  • PhysX/CUDA Enabled
  • 3 Years Warranty
 

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Stock Code: GX-410-AS

EAN: 4712900714555

MPN: 90YV0AM0-M0NM00

Manufacturer: Asus

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GeForce GTX 1080Ti ROG Strix OC 11264MB GDDR5X PCI-Express Graphics Card

The ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti STRIX O11G Gaming comes 'Spec' heavy, running on the latest Pascal architecture and equipped with 11GB GDDR5X Memory, a massive 11 GB frame buffer, 1.708 MHz OC Boost Clock, the famous "Strix" tri fan cooler, AURA RGB Lighting and a black metal backplate.

Thanks to advances in technology ASUS GPU's utilise premium alloy components that maximise performance, improve reliability, reduce power loss and when used in combination with the DirectCU III cooler, Wing-Blade Fans and MaxContact Technologies achieve thermal levels that are approximately 50% better than previous designs. The ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti STRIX O11G Gaming additionally utilises 0dB Technology enabling complete silent operation below 55°C.

Featuring advance embedded customisation technologies such as ASUS Aura and ASUS Aura Sync you can personalise the colours of the LED's built into the shroud and backplate, enabling millions of colour combinations, upto 6 different effects and automatically syncing your GPU lighting effects with your Aura-enabled motherboard.

Features:

  • 1708 MHz OC Boost Clock
  • 11 GB GDDR5X VRAM - 5550 MHz (effective 11100 MHz)
  • 3584 CUDA Cores (shaders)
  • Semi-passive STRIX-cooler with 3 fans
  • RGB-LED lighting
  • 2x 8 Pin PCIe power connectors

 

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Graphics Card Overview

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card is based on the GP102-GPU Pascal architecture and is the flagship GPU of the GeForce GTX 10-series. Employing a massive 11 GB of VRAM, 3584 CUDA cores as well as a minimum boost clock of 1582MHz, the GTX 1080 Ti was made for 4K/UHD-resolution gaming, and represents an excellent choice for experiencing the best that Virtual Reality has to offer - as demanded by HMDs like the HTC Vive.

Forged with the new 16-nm FinFET manufacturing process, the GPU fits 12 billion transistors onto the 471 mm² GP1102 die. The 16 nm process, in combination with the Pascal architecture, also permits a notable reduction in power consumption over previous generations with a 250 Watt TDP.

The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card is equipped with 11 GB GDDR5X VRAM which is connected to the chipset using a 384-bit memory interface. GDDR5X VRAM has a 50% higher bandwidth when compared to GDDR5 VRAM which, combined with the high memory clock frequencies, allows a memory bus bandwidth of 484 GB/s.

Virtual Reality and 4K gaming with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Simultaneous Multi-Projection 4.0 (SMP) allows the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti to conserve geometry-rendering performance by rendering multiple perspectives (known as "Viewports") in a single pass. The Pascal architecture supports up to 16 Viewports simultaneously. SMP is primarily of interest to users of Virtual Reality (VR) and can massively improve the performance of the GTX 1080 TI during VR-related applications when compared to its predecessors.

One component of SMP 4.0 is known as Lens-Matched Shading (LMS). LMS optimises image rendering and prevents parts of the image unseen by the user (Due to Headset limitations) to remain unrendered.

Asynchronous Compute is the simultaneous execution of both the necessary calculations and render requests - This is especially relevant in the context of APIs like DirectX 12 or Vulkan. As a result, faster and more efficient communication between the CPU and GPU occurs. Pascal architecture is designed to allow the GTX 1080 Ti to pause calculations and buffer them, also known as "pre-emption".

Asynchronous Timewarp and Interleaved Reprojection technologies are techniques utilised by VR HMDs to prevent frame-rates falling below 90 Hertz. Asynchronous Compute allows the GP102 GPU to better prioritise these rendering techniques to guarantee an incredible VR experience.

ASUS Rapid Graphics Card Replacement at Overclockers UK

At Overclockers UK, defective ASUS graphics cards that are validly returned (meaning that the faults can be verified by us) by customers during the three year warranty period, starting with the receipt of the goods, will be immediately replaced with a brand new card if in stock. This way, lengthy waiting times can be avoided entirely since forwarding the defective goods to the manufacturer is no longer necessary!

Specification
Model: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Dimensions: 298 x 52,5 x 134 mm (W x H x D)
Slot Height: 2,5-Slot
Chipset: GP102
Manufacturing Process: 16 nm
GPU Frequency (Gaming Mode): 1569 MHz
Boost Clock (Gaming Mode): 1683 MHz
GPU Frequency (OC Mode): 1594 MHz
Boost Clock (OC Mode): 1708 MHz
Shader Units (CUDA Cores): 3584
VRAM: 11264 MB
Memory Frequency (Gaming Mode): 5505 (11010) MHz
Memory Frequency (OC Mode): 5550 (11100) MHz
Memory Type: GDDR5X
Memory Bus Bandwidth: 352 Bit
Memory Throughput: 484 GB/s
Slot Type: PCIe x16 (PCIe/PCIe 2.x/PCIe 3.0)
Ports: 1x DVI-D, 2x DisplayPort 1.4, 2x HDMI 2.0b
Power Connector: 2x 8-Pin PCIe
Recommended PSU: Min.600 Watt
Features: DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5, VR Ready, SLI Ready, NVIDIA Ansel, G-Sync, Gamestream, GPU Boost 3.0, HDCP 2.2, NVIDIA Surround, 3D Vision, Tessellation, PhysX, CUDA, NVENC, Adaptive Vertical Sync, VXGI, Super Resolution, 4K Ultra HD Support, SMP, NVIDIA ShadowPlay

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Awesome!

This thing ploughs through everything, I love it. Well above 100fps on all the games I’ve tried up yet on ultra settings and 1440p

Luke 2018-04-23

cool and useful features

The fan headers felt like an useless addon but it is actually an incredible addition on the card

Mr Anton 2018-03-21

Excellent card

Love this card. Upgraded from an R9 290X to this - whisper quiet even when gaming at full settings on 2K. Wolfenstein 2, Elder Scrolls Online and Company of Heroes 2 look beautiful. Don't even miss the FreeSync the old card needed, this has brute horsepower to give fantastic visuals.

Gordon Wishart 2018-03-17

amazing card

even though my example wont quite reach 2000mhz, it is extremely quiet and keeps cool. alot quieter and colder than my previous zotac amp extreme 980ti. It has been mining at 1987mhz for three weeks now and is currently sitting at 57c at 27% fan speed. this is helped because of the 4 pin fan connections driving the front two 140mm case fans also. excellent card and will be buying more soon when the prices come down due to volta.

zebwach 2018-01-05

Amazing card!

My full system specification is: i7 7700k (water cooled and overclocked to 4.6Ghz), Maximus IX Hero, TeamGroup 16Gb DDR 3200Mhz, M.2 Samsung Polaris SSD and I recently purchased the Asus ROG Swift 27" 165Hz monitor at 1440p.

Installed this beast of a card in my Corsair 540 case with no issues at all! It fits perfectly and looks absolutely stunning which was one of the main criterias for my new build; excellent performance but also good looking hardware for aesthetics... why not!?

In Battlefield 1 on Ultra settings (with the exception of effects turned down) This card is hitting between 150 to 200 FPS at 165hz with Gsync on a 64 man servers. Its just tears through the game like its nothing! I also get 90-120 FPS in PUBG on Ultra which has yet to be optimized!

The card temperatures never seem to go above 65'C at full load. I cannot hear the fans when gaming; this is partly due to the case fans whirling away but even with them turned off the card is near silent which is amazing given how hard its working in games!

I upgraded from the AMD 480 (great card) but nothing compare to this beast. If your thinking about an 1080ti; look no further.... dooo it! DOOO IT NOW! :)

James 2017-05-11

Cracking card

a tad longer than my old 980 matrix platinum so much so i had to take out one of my rad fans (240 rad in push and pull) but what a card . i am about to pick up another for my VR rig

Doug Brooks 2017-05-03

Fantastic Card

What can I say, this card is a monster.

Is it worth buying over a base GTX 1080 Rog Strix? Yes if you are going to make the most of it. Me personally replaced my 2 month old GTX 1080 Rog Strix with this GTX 1080TI Rog Strix, however merely just because I need to squeeze the utmost performance I can to effectively run 4K gaming and applications.

If you are running 1080p or 1440p (2K) I'd say this card isn't really worth the massive investment and you would be perfectly justified and leaving it alone and going with a lower model base GTX 1080 (As I had myself when running 2K), especially if you already own a Non TI card it doesn't seem worth jumping ship to rebuying essentially the same card but with more power. Unless you plan to do things like GPU Rendering or 4K Display.

All in all, lovely card. Monstrous power and has just like its little brother the base GTX 1080 allowed me to enjoy 4K gaming and other programs. This TI however has allowed me to further push the limits of my rig in the 4K Realm. (1080P and 2K barely make it break a sweat in the slightest)

Worth the money if upgrading from a low tier card and plan to use it to its potential. Otherwise perhaps a lower cost card would be more suitable. This card packs a big punch, as one would expect and hope from the price tag. But for people whom will make the most of it. Most certainly worth the price.

Asthetically speaking it is also a wonderful looking card and has RGB for those that like some lighting within their rigs also.

It runs very cool thanks to the three pretty beefy cooling fans allowing a large volume of airflow. I haven't once go above 75C in all my tests.

GTA V - Ultra @4k

Metro Last Light Redux - Ultra plus 0.5x SSAA (Is capable of running 2.0x comfortably) @4k

Fallout 4 - Ultra @4k

Elite Dangerous - Ultra @4k

War Thunder - Ultra/Cinematic @4k

The list goes on but the lowest I hit was 55FPS, which was due to the 2.0x SSAA on Metro.

ArmA III was also a test of mine, but due to how horridly that game is optimized, I excluded the tests simply due to it being a mainly CPU focused engine rather than GPU.

If you are looking for the biggest and meanest card around, you are looking at it. Excluding the latest Titan Xp.

Jamie 2017-04-27

Well worth the wait....

I have been waiting 6 months to install this recently released Graphics Card, in my X99 system.

It was 100% worth the wait.

The core clocks to 1923.5Mhz out of the box. No Bios switches. No afterburner. Just preoptimised for your delight.

I have tested: GTA 5 (90+fps) and Watch Dogs 2 so far. Both run silky smooth at maximum settings @1440p on an Asus Swift monitor (g-sync).

Watch Dogs 2 ( a very demanding game) with Ultra Texture Pack installed was running at max settings and well above 60fps (never saw one frame under 65). Currently downloading free game GR: Wildlands.

Only minor negatives:

You pay a lot for the small (but not insignificant) hike in performance compared to a regular 1080Ti.

The size of the card dwarves the size of my now old GTX780 (GB Ghz edition). So check you have room in case first.

I know this is a sore point for many, however the aesthetics are beautiful. No photos does the card justice. RGB for the win.

Qi-Forever 2017-04-26

Worth the wait....

I have been waiting 6 months to install this recently realised Graphics Card, in my X99 system.

It was 100% worth the wait.

The core clocks to 1923.5Mhz out of the box. No Bios switches. No afterburner. Just preoptimised for your delight.

I have tested: GTA 5 (90+fps) and Watch Dogs 2 so far. Both run silky smooth at maximum settings @1440p on an Asus Swift monitor (g-sync).

Watch Dogs 2 ( a very demanding game) with Ultra Texture Pack installed was running at max settings and well above 60fps (never saw one frame under 65). Currently downloading free game GR: Wildlands.

Only minor negatives:

You pay a lot for the small (but not insignificant) hike in performance compared to a regular 1080Ti.

The size of the card dwarves the size of my now old GTX780 (GB Ghz edition). So check you have room in case first.

I know this is a sore point for many, however the aesthetics are beautiful. No photos does the card justice. RGB for the win.

Qi-Forever 2017-04-26

Absolutely Bad-Ass

I was undecided between this and the Gigabyte Aorus - the Gigabyte having the boost edge... But oh boy was this the right choice. It's an absolute powerhouse and stunning at staying cool. First time in a long time a component has really felt like it was worth its price!

Alex 2017-04-24

Beast of a card

Simply one of the best graphics cards you can pick up.
Runs cool given its power and very quiet.
If you can afford it then get this
Very fast delivery too.

Charlie 2017-04-16
 

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