ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX1080Ti搭載ビデオカード ベースクロック1480MHz GTX1080TI-FE Founders Edition メモリ11GB
【GPU】 : GeForce GTX1080Ti コアクロック:Base 1,480MHz /Boost 1,582MHz 、コア:3584
【メモリ】 : GDDR5X 11GB 352bit メモリクロック:11,010MHz
【インターフェース】 : PCI-Express X16(3.0)
【出力】 : HDMI / Display Port
【対応】 : HDCP
【補助電源】 : なし
【寸法】:26.67 x 11.12 x3.81 cm
ASUS R.O.G. STRIXシリーズ NVIDIA GeForce GTX1080Ti搭載ビデオカード ベースクロック1569MHz STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING
ASUS Turboシリーズ NVIDIA GeForce GTX1080TI搭載ビデオカード ベースクロック1480MHz TURBO-GTX1080TI-11G
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition グラフィックスボード VD6289
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 ti – FE Founder 's Edition
GIGABYTE ビデオカード GEFORCE GTX 1080Ti搭載 GV-N108TGAMING OC-11GD
|価格||￥ 205,000||￥ 126,338||￥ 113,155||￥ 229,000||￥ 150,045||￥ 128,280|
|チップセットタイプ||Nvidia GTX1080TI||GTX1080Ti||GTX1080TI||NVIDIA GeForce GTX1080 Ti||情報が提供されていません||GEFORCE GTX 1080Ti|
|グラフィックコプロセッサ||NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080TI||GTX1080Ti||Nvidia Geforce||GeForce GTX1080 Ti||geforce gtx||GEFORCE GTX 1080Ti|
|外装サイズ||40.6 x 23.6 x 9.4 cm||40.6 x 22.9 x 10.2 cm||37.1 x 22.4 x 7.1 cm||35.2 x 27.2 x 8.6 cm||32.8 x 17.8 x 9.4 cm||40.5 x 23.4 x 9.4 cm|
|外装質量||1.9 kg||1.95 kg||1.27 kg||1.72 kg||1.9 kg||1.47 kg|
I need a sledgehammer to drive nails into plywood
I need to supersize both of my combos at McDonald's
I need an F-350 Super Duty to make grocery trips
I need a 50 caliber rifle for squirrel hunting
I need a Carnival cruise ship for a day at the lake
...In short, I DEFINITELY DID NOT need this card, but by God, I bought it anyway.
Generally being a budget conscious individual, I've always done my PC gaming on previous generation hardware, and used mid-tier components when building or upgrading my computers. Up until the last month, I've been using an R9 270x with an AMD FX CPU and 8GB of RAM. (I should add that this rig served me faithfully, and is still serving my better half) But somewhere deep in the recesses of my mind, a voice was crying out for more, more, MORE! It was crying out for virtual reality, and more pixels than I could see, more textures, more frames per second... MORE POWER. So for once, I succumbed to my deepest, nerdiest desires and built a completely unnecessary and absolutely beastly computer.
Piece by piece I gathered top tier components, and the monster began to take shape. I obtained an i7-7700k CPU, copious amounts of solid state storage, plentiful gold rated wattage, more DDR4 memory than I may ever make use of, displays with more pixels than all the televisions in my house combined. I added liquid cooling. I added more storage. I put it all into a pristine white case behind a plate of tempered glass. But still this creature lacked the fierce heart of a warrior. The voice still cried out for MORE
There was only one source for such a heart; only one company capable of producing such a powerful piece of technology. The core of this savage brute would have to be produced by Nvidia. I could have settled for 1050ti or a 1060 and gamed happily enough for a while. I could have sprung even more for a 1070 or a 1080, and been completely amazed with the results. But these options just would not do. I wanted the BEST, so I bought the BEST.
Going from a R9 270x to a GTX 1080 Ti is...
It's like going from a 50cc scooter to a Kawasaki H2R.
It's like going from shooting spitballs to using a rocket launcher.
It's like going from a hang glider to a fighter jet.
...nothing could have prepared me for it.
I could go on and on, but this GPU is nothing short of amazing. I didn't need it, and I couldn't justify the cost. But I am so incredibly glad I bought it. I will likely be eating ramen noodles for the next few months while recouping the costs of building this PC, but that's okay. I may have to turn my heat off to afford my utility bill, but at least the 1080 ti will keep my office warm while I bask in the glow of triple digits frame rates and more pixels than there are stars in the sky.
Aesthetics: The card looks really darn good! The lighting is nice, and the minimalist appearance can compliment any build well. As a note, the lighting on the face of the card (the side with the fans on it) is pretty dim. You wont be getting any ambient light from it, and it's not visible on horizontally mounted configurations. Furthermore, the colors are not terribly accurate. It's difficult if not impossible to choose the perfect color on the ASUS software. You'll have to settle for a bit less variety.
Acoustics: It's loud. I came from the MSI GTX 1070 and this card seems to be quite a bit louder. I believe the extra cooling capability is worth it. The triple fan design helps keep the card running at max performance, even during long gaming sessions.
Thermals: Seen multiple unbiased comparisons between the different 1080 ti's, and this one always comes up as the coolest, which is a pretty big deal.
Price: It's on the pricey side, but it's also on the leading edge of innovation and performance. If you want the best out there and can afford it, I'd say it's more than worth the price.
Good luck, and happy gaming!
On a whim, I upgraded to an 27" LG 4K 60Hz IPS monitor and decided to upgrade to the ROG Strix GTX 1080 Ti and it's a match made in heaven!
I can play almost every game I have at 4K ultra settings at 60fps. Certain games need a mix of high/ultra to maintain 60fps, but the image quality is amazing! Project Cars 2 is my favorite game ATM and I can run it at 1800P, ultra settings with 4X MFAA at between 60 to 120fps! It's a sight to behold! Love this card!
Edit: I'll also add that even in my micro-atx rig it hovers around 70° C with default fan curve.
And since I don't have Gsync capability on my new monitor I use a mix of Nvidia adaptive sync and fast sync for most games I run without issue. Fast sync is awesome with Project Cars 2!