Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by bugsixx, May 7, 2016.
Try adding one to cart and get back to me
Should I buy the 1080 Founder Edition for like 3,700 ILS ? that's like more than 900$ if you compare $3.5 dollars conversion.
So the evga one still one 8 pin? Isn't that whats keeping the FE from OC'ing more?
Hot Hardware has an EVGA Superclocked card in the lab and some early test!
sux evga just one 8 pin only i'm not gonna buy
you know EVGA makes like 10 different SKUs for each GPU?
yeah wait they released then i will praise them. don't worry.
Yup the SC card is usually just reference design with the ACX cooler on it. That will likely have the $599 MSRP or very close to it.
If I can get it with the ACX cooler for $599, then this founder edition stuff is a waste. But will the SC versions from EVGA be available tomorrow?
It was clear from the start that FE would be more expensive. It was eminently clear that AIB cards would start at $599
Doesn't look like it from what I can see. My understanding is that ALL Founder's Editions cards released tomorrow being sold by different vendors are exactly the same.
Yeah I think you are right. All the companies are just advertising the FE edition right now.
Question: Are all 1080 and 1070 FE exactly the same and only boxes are branded differently or do components inside used by Nvidia or they depend on the partner ( EVGA, MSI, Asus, Gig, Zotac etc ).
@ MSI site
They're the same, just running company branded BIOS.
Are there any closed loop liquid cooled 1080's being marketed or a while off?
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Superclocked ACX 3.0 Edition And GTX 1080 SLI Sneak Peek
That's really not impressive for 1080. I guess it's just a bad game for the card and the gap will be larger in other games?
$1399nzd for the standard here... No thanks
That chart doesn't make sense. ~100% 1080 SLI scaling and very low performance for the TITAN X.
Did anyone see the PC Gamer Total Warhammer benches?