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Model

Brand
EVGA

Model
11G-P4-6696-KR

Interface

Interface
PCI Express 3.0

Chipset

Chipset Manufacturer
NVIDIA

GPU Series
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series

GPU
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Core Clock
1569 MHz

Boost Clock
1683 MHz

CUDA Cores
3584

Memory

Effective Memory Clock
11016 MHz

Memory Size
11GB

Memory Interface
352-Bit

Memory Type
GDDR5X

3D API

DirectX
DirectX 12

OpenGL
OpenGL 4.5

Ports

HDMI
1 x HDMI 2.0b

Multi-Monitor Support
4

DisplayPort
3 x DisplayPort 1.4

DVI
1 x Dual-Link DVI-D

Details

Max Resolution
7680 x 4320

SLI Support
2-Way SLI

Virtual Reality Ready
Yes

Cooler
With Fan

Operating Systems Supported
Windows 10 32/64bit, Windows 8 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit

System Requirements
600 Watts or greater power supply.
PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0 or PCI Express 3.0 compliant motherboard with one graphics slot.

Power Connector
2 x 8-Pin or 6+2-Pin

Dual-Link DVI Supported
Yes

HDCP Ready
Yes

Features

Features
Simultaneous Multi-Projection

VR Ready

NVIDIA Ansel

NVIDIA SLI w/ HB Bridge Support

NVIDIA G-SYNC

NVIDIA GameStream

NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0

Microsoft DirectX 12

Vulkan API

OpenGL 4.5 Support

Max Digital Resolution - 7680 x 4320

HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4 and Dual-Link DVI

Built for EVGA Precision XOC

Asynchronous Fans

9 additional temp sensors to monitor Memory and VRM

GPU / Memory / PWM Thermal Status Indicator LEDs

New vented heatsink fin design and pin fins for optimized airflow

Safety fuse to protect components from damage due to improper installation or other component failures

Redesigned cooling with L-shaped contact fins to improve contact surface area for better heat dissipation

EVGA iCX Technology

Form Factor & Dimensions

Max GPU Length
300 mm

Card Dimensions (L x H)
11.80" x 5.62"

Slot Width
Dual Slot





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post #2 of 471
I should probably take a few pics of mine in the core 500 I have it in. . .

Looks almost like I need to loosen the belt on the case, like I do after Thanksgiving dinner.


I haven't even gotten around to learning how to overclock newer video cards, much less pascal, I'll read a guide in the next few days so I don't feel like I'm going to fry the thing. Trying to overclock it without knowing how.
Edited by somebadlemonade - 6/6/17 at 6:38pm
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post #3 of 471
Just set mine up
To early to post O/C results
Took a lot pics prior to installation
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Max OC Core



In BF1 drops to 2050 mhz.
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Mines on the way. Just curious if a onwer out there can set the fan speed to a fixed 1400RPM and report temps?

I don't need it at 64C and would even accept 74C if it meant being much quieter.
post #6 of 471
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Mines on the way. Just curious if a onwer out there can set the fan speed to a fixed 1400RPM and report temps?

I don't need it at 64C and would even accept 74C if it meant being much quieter.

Different climates, ambient temperatures, cases and fan locations all effect temperatures, the only way you would know if it were to hit those temperatures is to do the testing yourself sadly.

And if temperatures are your main focus set the fan profile you want, and use the temperature target feature, mine hardly gets that hot or noisy in my mitx case but the card is drawing in air from outside the case, granted I haven't even tried to do all that much with it yet.
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post #7 of 471
Hi there fellas, just bought one and it should be around at the end of the week! I am hyped to play with it!
post #8 of 471
4k results
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2050/GPU Stable ...Memory/6003 ...Voltage127/75%...Fans@50%
Temps reached a max of 53 degrees which prevented it from scaling back to 2037
Edited by roberta507 - 6/8/17 at 3:38pm
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post #9 of 471
I just got mine and am wondering if anyone else experiences wonky fan behavior (revving up to max momentarily) when using Afterburner. I haven't even touched the fan profile but it does this.

Installing Precision X fixes it. Does it mean I'm forced to use EVGA's software?
post #10 of 471
Just got mine today and honestly I'm not very happy with it. Biggest annoyance for me right now is how awful the rgb leds are. It's basically impossible to get anything close to white, which is all I want. Now I just figured out that Afterburner can only control one of the fans so if you want a custom curve on all 3 fans you have to use Precision X. And of course it can hardly overclock at all, max I can get is 1987 MHz. At least it stays nice and cool...
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