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Yeah, I'll install it and give it a try this afternoon for you on the TXP... I'm @ 4.5 on my 4770K, but I am on 21:9 1440p, so maybe I'm getting more GPU usage by default. I'll try both resolutions and report back for ya.

I dont think its the cpu. Ppl at youtube have tried sli 1080 ti at 4k res and the game goes around 50 fps+. For single card its low 40+ average
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Guys hello. Who have here Gtx 1080ti Aourus xtreme ? Tell me please max OC smile.gif
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Hey,

First post for me! biggrin.gif

I need a second opinion here... As many of you know, the 1080 ti costs around $900 here in Europe bigeyedsmiley.png BUT I am going to the US next week, to visit some family and I want to get myself a new GPU!

We are only there for one week, (next week) and as of right now most of the 1080ti out there are the FE edition, the only Aftermarket model I could find in stock is the Gigabyte Gaming OC.

Do any of you own this model, or can you recomend another model? I currently own a Nvidia 1070 FE, but I think the FE models is a little too noisy for me, and as you can see the Gigabyte model costs the same as the FE so why not get that one over the FE smile.gif

GIGABYTE GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G

This is the card:
http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TGAMING-OC-11G#sp

Thanks
post #3714 of 10763
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Originally Posted by guttheslayer View Post

I dont think its the cpu. Ppl at youtube have tried sli 1080 ti at 4k res and the game goes around 50 fps+. For single card its low 40+ average

I'm playing at 3440x1440 ultrawide with the very high preset and some things pushed higher like god rays I think. I always get 75-80 FPS with a single 1080 Ti, never dips below 60 at least. I'm also using reshade which costs like 5-7 FPS but the game is very smooth. The highest preset (Ultra?) is useless when you look at the performance hit you take.
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Hey,

First post for me! biggrin.gif

I need a second opinion here... As many of you know, the 1080 ti costs around $900 here in Europe bigeyedsmiley.png BUT I am going to the US next week, to visit some family and I want to get myself a new GPU!

We are only there for one week, (next week) and as of right now most of the 1080ti out there are the FE edition, the only Aftermarket model I could find in stock is the Gigabyte Gaming OC.

Do any of you own this model, or can you recomend another model? I currently own a Nvidia 1070 FE, but I think the FE models is a little too noisy for me, and as you can see the Gigabyte model costs the same as the FE so why not get that one over the FE smile.gif

GIGABYTE GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G

This is the card:
http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TGAMING-OC-11G#sp

Thanks

Hi Mate.

What you are doing is very risky in terms of hardware, let me tell you why:

1. Card you have your eyes on has not been reviewed even once. You buy it on your own risk. I would not buy not reviewed card.
2. Buying card in US will give you a lot of trouble if for example you will want to return it. Here in EU if you buy card you have 2 weeks to return it without any reasons (of course only through online order). In US the law is not that generous and you have to many times pay restock fees etc. Also judging from your post you will buy it directly from a store in US, yes? If so you will be unable to return it.
3. If you return to EU and something happens to card (or you want to return it) you can't go through store support to handle your complaint/warranty since it is located in US, and you would have to send them card (that means shipped HUGE cost, TAXes etc). Or you have to try directcly Gigabyte Support.
4. Card bought in US is under US warranty law, and everybody knows that in term of warranty (in EU 2 years is always guarantee), return or complaint it is easier in EU. Also in EU there are no restocking fees and shipp cost when you are under warranty - store/supplier pays for everything.
5. Buying in EU store (best in some local store via online order) means that if your card has any flaws etc. You just pack GPU, go to store, give it to them and they handle everything (shipping, contact with supplier, repair/replacement etc.). You just sit and wait.

I would not buy THAT expensive hardware outside of my continent to be honest smile.gif
Edited by Benny89 - 4/5/17 at 4:02am
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post #3716 of 10763
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Hey,

First post for me! biggrin.gif

I need a second opinion here... As many of you know, the 1080 ti costs around $900 here in Europe bigeyedsmiley.png BUT I am going to the US next week, to visit some family and I want to get myself a new GPU!

We are only there for one week, (next week) and as of right now most of the 1080ti out there are the FE edition, the only Aftermarket model I could find in stock is the Gigabyte Gaming OC.

Do any of you own this model, or can you recomend another model? I currently own a Nvidia 1070 FE, but I think the FE models is a little too noisy for me, and as you can see the Gigabyte model costs the same as the FE so why not get that one over the FE smile.gif

GIGABYTE GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G

This is the card:
http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TGAMING-OC-11G#sp

Thanks

Check your EU consumer laws. You may very well find it is worth it to buy in your home country.
For example:
I pay roughly 10-20% more on stuff in Australia but I have full statutory 2 years warranty regardless of manufacturer policy, if the manufacturer is defunct then the issue is taken up with the shop I bought the product at.

Basically, this entitles me to full protection, even bypassing "warranty void if removed stickers". In my opinion, these protections far outweigh any cost difference but YMMV.

As for the specific model the question really boils down to whether you intend to go Water/AIO cooling later. If you don't intend to hard mod then go for the ones with custom cooling. However, it is recommended to wait a bit so we can get more info on the specifics of a custom card.
post #3717 of 10763
See this is why I get a good credit card. Will cover anything over the manufacturer warranty and even adds 1 year.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YmZ3hwAosY

Aorus Xtreme Gtx1080Ti Heaven Bench Temperature..high?

and any more than 2025MHz result in crash.
post #3719 of 10763
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See this is why I get a good credit card. Will cover anything over the manufacturer warranty and even adds 1 year.

Or you just don't need credit card and you don't create for yourself debt to pay smile.gif. You don't need it because law is protecting you as a consumer.

Simple debit card is good enough to pay for everything. At least in EU of course.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YmZ3hwAosY

Aorus Xtreme Gtx1080Ti Heaven Bench Temperature..high?

and any more than 2025MHz result in crash.

Yup, that what I was talking about. Good that I went with STRIX.

Those temps are much higher than MSI GAMING X or ROG STRIX.
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