Nvidia 10 Series

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is clocked at 1480 MHz.

It has a memory bandwidth of 484.4 GB/sec, and requires 220W to run.

It has an SPU performance of 7654.


Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

help iconCore Speed1 MHzhelp iconTransistor Size1nm
help iconArchitecture1help iconTexture Mapping Units1
help iconSLI/Crossfire Supportyeshelp iconTexture Rate1 GTexel/s
help iconIntegratedyeshelp iconRender Output Units1
help iconRelease Date01 Jan 1970help iconPixel Rate1 GPixel/s
help iconRequired Power1Whelp iconDirectX1
help iconMemory1MBhelp iconShader Model1
help iconMemory Speed1MHzhelp iconOpen GL Version1
help iconMemory Bus1 Bithelp iconMax Resolution1
help iconMemory Type1help iconHDMI Connections1
help iconMemory Bandwidth1help iconDVI Connections1
help iconSPUs1help iconVGA Connections1
help iconSPU Performance1

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti compatibility review

Overall, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has exceptional performance. The levels of performance that can be reached with this graphics card are in fact far and beyond the acceptable ranges when running the latest applications and games. This graphics card is now over 6 years old, which means it is extremely out of date and is based on very aged technologies. The level of driver support currently available is excellent, so manufacturer updates will undoubtedly accommodate new games with specific optimizations and allow for a long lifespan as part of a new gaming PC build.

With an effective SPU count of 7654, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti processes shading and special graphical effects with no trouble at all. The GPU is quite power-hungry at 220 Watts, however. With a memory bandwidth of 484.4 GB/sec, this graphics card is extremely effective at processing detailed textures in modern applications and games.

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