3 video cards GeForce GTX 1080Ti the Aorus family by Gigabyte
Even Gigabyte presents custom versions of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti, with overclock default clock frequencies and different solutions for cooling and feeding.
Even Gigabyte prepares the debut of three new video cards based on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti, characterized by technical solutions that differ markedly from the reference design developed by NVIDIA for their Founders Edition card.
The first tab is the model GTX 1080 Ti OC 11G, a solution that is based on the triple fan cooling system with the heat sink that completely covers the surface of the PCB. The GPU operates in OC mode to a 1,544 MHz clock frequency, a value that increases up to 1,657 MHz via boost clock; with this data defaults down to 1,518 MHz and 1,632 MHz, respectively, while the video memory remains on the value of 11 GT/s which is the specific NVIDIA for this type of card.
The power supply is ensured by a 6-pin connector flanked by an 8-pin; the power circuitry is based on a design 2 to 8 stages. The rear connection panel offers a Dual Link DVI connector, absent in GeForce GTX 1080Ti Founders Edition offered by NVIDIA, a 3 HDMI 2.0b ports DisplayPort 1.3 connector.
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The second proposal belongs to Aorus family brand that Gigabyte has developed to better identify their own solutions specifically targeting the audience of gamers. In this case, we find for the Aorus GTX 1080 Ti 11G always triple fan cooling system but more voluminous of the previous solution so as to ensure higher operating frequencies. The data provided by Gigabyte are of a clock of 1,569 MHz and 1,683 MHz default which gave the boost clock, which increase up to 1,594 MHz and 1,7098 MHz enabling the OC mode.
Again, the video memory keeps on specific values. The board is powered by two 8-pin connectors each, while the power circuitry includes a custom design 12+2 phases. To characterize this board are also dual link DVI connector, along with three HDMI 2.0b connectors (two front and one in the back of the card) next to three DisplayPort 1.4 connectors.
Rounding out the trio are the Aorus GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition 11G, models that incorporates the features of the previous board as to cooling while offering even higher operating frequencies of the system. In this case, the specifications are for the 1,607 MHz and 1,721 MHz base clock for the boost clock, data that respectively increase up to 1,632 MHz and 1,746 MHz enabling the OC mode.
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Even the video memory is overclocked with this card, with values respectively equal to 11.23 GT/s and 11.45 GT/s in the standard mode and OC. The connections are the same for the display of the model Aorus 1080 GTX Ti 11G, and then with 3 HDMI ports one of which is installed in the rear part of the tab to access the inside of the chassis.