You want more custom GTX 1080 Ti news? Available from this Friday, you'll be able to get yourself a Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC, an Aorus (a subsidiary of Gigabyte) GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11G, and an Aorus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition. In Gaming Mode you'll get 1569 / 1683 MHz base / boost clock speed, and in OC Mode you'll get 1594 / 1708 MHz. As for the Gigabyte branded card, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC, you'll find a white faceplate over the slightly smaller triple fan Win
Over on its global website, MSI has added some new additions to its GeForce GTX 1080 Ti lineup. They include the GTX 1080 Ti Armor and Aero, both of which come in stock clocked and overclocked variants. MSI's GeForce GTX Ti Aero 11G is similar to Nvidia's Founders Edition but with a more colorful cooler. MSI's Armor cards come with a little more visual bling. Like the Aero variant, the non-OC Armor model sticks to Nvidia's reference clockspeeds—1,480MHz base and 1,582MHz boost.
Embedded displays might be the next big thing that replaces (or at least supplements) RGB lighting. Case in point, Colorful, a Chinese manufacturer of graphics cards, just slapped an LCD along the side of its iGame GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. When it comes to gaming products, RGB lighting is everywhere—cases, graphics cards, peripherals, and even RAM. For now, Colorful is the only company we know of to equip a graphics card with an LCD panel. Beyond the embedded LCD, Colorful's new card is notable for
Welcome back to The PC Gamer Show , our weekly livestreamed podcast. You can catch the show live on Wednesdays at 1 pm PDT on our Twitch channel , or after the fact at any of the links below. This week we'll be talking about Overwatch's newest hero Orisa, the recently announced GTX 1080 Ti, AMD's Ryzen CPUs, and more—including our usual Twitch chat Q&A! Bo breaks down the GTX 1080 Ti and AMD's Ryzen CPUs. Listen:Download the MP3 directlySubscribe on iTunesGrab the podcast RSS feedWatch it on You