EVGA - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming 11GB GDDR5X PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card - Black

Power your gaming machine with this EVGA GeForce graphics card. Its NVIDIA G-SYNC technology reduces lag and eliminates screen tearing to produce smooth, lifelike images, while its GPU Boost 3.0 feature maximizes clock speed to push its performance to the limits. This EVGA GeForce graphics card comes optimized for VR games.

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    What's Included


    • EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming 11GB GDDR5X PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (70 out of 70)

    Features


    Powered by the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics processing unit (GPU)

    Features 1556MHz clock speed to help meet the needs of demanding games.

    11GB GDDR5 (352-bit) on-board memory

    Plus 3584 CUDA processing cores and up to 484GB/sec. of memory bandwidth provide the memory needed to create striking visual realism.

    PCI Express 3.0 interface

    Offers compatibility with a range of systems. Also includes a DVI, HDMI, and three DisplayPort outputs for expanded connectivity.

    NVIDIA SLI-ready

    Transmits synchronization, display, and pixel data for reliable connection between GPUs (additional graphics cards not included).

    NVIDIA G-SYNC technology

    Scenes appear instantly, objects look sharper, and gameplay is super smooth, giving you a stunning visual experience and a serious competitive edge.

    NVIDIA CUDA technology

    Harnesses the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU) to optimize computing performance.

    NVIDIA Ansel

    Revolutionary new 360-degree image capture.

    Virtual Reality ready

    Provides a powerful next-generation platform for the ultimate immersive virtual reality experience.

    DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5, and Vulkan support

    Enhances gameplay by delivering ultrarealistic images, detail, and texture and improved lighting effects that create lifelike interactivity.


    Customer rating

    5.0
    100%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Top of the line gpu, pricey but excellent

      Posted
      Masterphoenix
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      The only games I’ve tried it with are Overwatch and Player Unknown Battlegrounds. I went from barely getting 30fps at 1600x1200 and lowest quality graphics settings with my gtx 550ti/phenom9600/8gb system to over 150fps at 2K resolution and maxed out graphics settings on my new gtx 1080ti/ryzen1700x/32gb. HUGE difference! Mind you that your performance will be bottlenecked greatly if you try to use the 1080ti in a severely outdated system, like i did at first. My old system (parts dated around 2008-2010ish) was so overwhelmed by the 1080ti that the motherboard started having overheating problems with the 1080ti installed, and it only gave a small increase in performance because It was limited by the speeds that my old system could handle. I had to then upgrade to a more up-to-date motherboard/processor/memory combo, and that’s when the 1080ti was able to really show its stuff. I expect that the 1080ti will play most of today’s games above 144fps at maxed out graphics. As far as temperature is concerned, the 1080ti runs between 40-50deg C during basic computer use and then goes up to about 70deg C when i fire up a game at max graphics, which seems fine. So far, I have been too lazy to use the included software, which probably lets you manage the fan speed better to reach cooler temperatures. By default, it seems like the 1st fan runs during basic use, and the 2nd fan kicks in when needed. It’s ironic, because I payed $10-$20 extra for this version of the card that has all the temperature sensors, and I’m not fully utilizing them. This is the only version that best buy sells, but don’t worry, it seems like it’s the best evga dual fan version. And it seems from the reviews that ppl like the evga version cards. You can always pay more for the 3 fan version or even the liquid cooled ones if you have cooling concerns, but this dual fanned one seems to do BEYOND just fine for me. Thanks to this card, it looks like i won’t have to worry about running below maxed out graphics settings for a looong time to come.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Worth Every Penny, the Best GPU Option Available

      Posted
      Zero7159
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      I have been doing serious PC Gaming since 2008 and its hard for me to come across a product that simply stuns me with its performance relative to its price. Well, the EVGA 1080ti did that and more, its an excellent card if you want to get the best experience for your money at 1440p or higher resolution gaming. Pros: -Raw performance is amazing at 1440p or higher. I run the card at 7680 X 1440, which is the resolution for my triple 27 inch Dell S2716DG 1440p monitors and it performs astoundingly well, even at Ultra settings in some games. It also works very well in VR. -Temperature is reasonable, it does not run overly hot. -Card looks cool through the tempered glass side, including the lighted labeling. -Price is fair considering the performance you get and how it compares to the AMD camp. It is also a significant jump over the GTX 1080, which I previously owned, and so the price difference is justifiable. -EVGA Reliability - I have two EVGA cards right now, my 1080ti as well as a 5 1/2 year old EVGA Superclocked 4 GB 670. The 670 continues to chug away nicely in my desktop PC. Cons: -1080p performance is amazing, but this is too much card for that resolution. Don't buy this card if you are going to run it at 1080p, its only worthwhile if you are going to run it at 1440p or higher.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The Best Pascal $ can buy!

      Posted
      JKVDUBQUATTRONUT17
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      This is the 6th video card Ive bought in the past 12 months, Running this on a z270 Aorus gaming K7 Mobo and a SkyLake i7 @ 4.6ghx w/ 32 gb ddr4 3333 Evga Ram, and 2 samsung evo 960 NVME 500 gb system drives running in raid 0 config. (i do alot of builds and its a hobby/ business, I do realize that spening 750$ plus dollars on a GPU is ALOT of money! that being said... If youre thinking of going to the AMD Vega 64 chipset (not putting down AMD whatsoever) youre going to be spending gtx1080 8gb money on a card that struggles ( in most cases) to match or beat a geforce gtx 1080 and spend 600 plus dollars. Ive had every Pascal Card itereation to date (sans the Titans) and theyre all fantastic, the ge force 1060 6gb, is hands down my pick for dollars to performance, but this evga "custom" 1080 ti is just wow! Dont worry about FPS, this is the only card out of the box that has managed around 120 @ 1440 QHD fps in UNIGEN heaven benchmarker. FPS is only as important as the MONTIOR folks, ie; my LG ultrawide is a native resolution of 2560x1080 with a 100hz refresh. Most montiors manage 60hz... So if you want to do 4k gaming on a 60hz monitor one in theory only needs a stable 60fps GPU, which can be managed on most 6th gen i5 (PLUS) systems ive easily reached that FPS on the evga gtx 1080 8gb. Do your homework, if youre going to build a system and leave it alone for atleast 3 or 4 years go for the 1080 or the next releases of AMD's Vega's. Im voting nvidia however since ive also benchmarked and gamed on the amd Rx580 8gb, and the vega 64 8gb, and they were either met or beat with other 1070 or 1080s ive tested and the nvidia is less expensive per fPS. Hope that helps.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Unlimited POWER!!!!!

      Posted
      ITGamer
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      This is a very pricey card but you get what you pay for. My only suggestion is to be very aware of what CPU you are pairing it with. I would not use an Intel i5/i3 or AMD Ryzen 3/5. To avoid any bottlenecking I would use an Intel i7(Kaby Lake or Coffee Lake) or a Ryzen 7. I myself have it pair with an Intel i7-8700K(Coffee Lake). Also if you are planning on mainly gaming at 1080p I would pass on this graphics card as it is really meant for anyone looking to play at 1440p or 4K. For those playing at 1080p resolution I would recommend the Nvidia GTX 1070, 1070Ti or 1080. In all it is a great buy for me as I won't be needing to upgrade for quite some time now.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Beast of a GPU

      Posted
      Danny
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      I originally upgraded from my GTX 960 with a 1070 ti but felt I still wasn't getting the performance I wanted, even after playing around with EVGAs OCX overclocking utility and running benchmarks through 3DMark and UNIGINE. So returned it, spent a few extra bills, got the EVGA GTX 1080 ti and I'm blown away. I have a 24" 1920x1080 144hz 1ms r time ASUS vg248qe monitor, and in MOST games, FPS ranges from 70 to the full 144 FPS , which needless to say, is amazing. Most recommend using this at 2k or 4k, because at 1080p its overkill. And I cant speak for how well it performs in that regard. But at 1080p, this thing flys. Now waiting on a 27" Dell 1440p G-Sync monitor, (aka 2k). Cant wait to see what this 2k gaming hype is all about. Would I recommend this to a friend? Absolutely. If you have the budget, this thing is a beast and will tear through just about any GPU-demanding games you throw at it. May even dual SLI at some point.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great graphics card!

      Posted
      Kpaint263
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      have never been a desktop pc person (for gaming that is) until august 2016 and my first graphics was a gefore gtx 1070 and I loved it. Is great as it was i wanted more power and was going to buy a 1080 or a titan but i waited it out. NOW i own a 1080 ti and the wait was so worth it. I love everything about this graphics card. Balances heat well, performs strong, the inputs are a nice improvement. Only downside of this card if its something you like to do. and that is to OC which probably void any warranty so remember that. Card has been out for some time and so there was already forums about it so i knew ahead of time, im bad with oc as it never works out for me so i rather dump $ into power than my time and squeeze out that little bit more juice. <--- 1080 ti is just that.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Powerful high value graphics card

      Posted
      Benjamin
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      Well worth the price tag. Have been using to smoothly run new games on 4K ultra settings with a 65' 4k TV. The price is slightly higher than other cards, but from what I can tell, the added value is significant. Value such as: running games well above 60 fps, running ultra high resolution (4k) movies, seems to handle card heat well, and meanwhile the card is able to pump out enough power to easily keep up with a modestly large 4k TV. Currently using this card with: an intel i5-4570 3.4GHz cpu, 8GB ddr2 ram, HDD (hard-drive) instead of a SSD , and an older MSI motherboard. With these older specs, my computer is still able to run every game I've thrown at it at 60fps or above on ultra settings.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Card

      Posted
      Kpaint263
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      Been waiting for a while and did good amount of research before buying a 1080 ti and when time was right i decided to go with this card as it was the most newest at the moment. Now that evga has sc3 the sc2 isnt top dog but its performance is quite outstanding. Now 1080 already come pretty maxed out so don't look to getting if your an overclocker type person. Only recommend to those who want those stats to shine when it comes to gaming. Fans are strong and doesn't get very hot even when maxing out game settings. Also evga precision X (used to control led lights, oc, and fan speeds) is a great tool provided by this brand.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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