EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB SC GAMING ACX 2.0 Whisper Silent Cooling Graphics Card 06G-P4-4993-KR
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- Virtual Reality Ready
- Great for 4K (GeForce GTX 980 Ti & above)
- DirectX12 Ready
- Gamestream to NVIDIA SHIELD
- EVGA "ACX 2.0+" Cooling Technology - Fine-Tuned to Perfection
- EVGA's 24/7 Technical Support; Base Clock: 1102 MHz / Boost Clock: 1190 MHz
- Memory Clock: 7010 MHz Effective; CUDA Cores: 2816; Memory Detail: 6144MB GDDR5
- Recommended PSU: 600W or greater power supply
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EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Graphic Card - 1.10 GHz Core - 1.19 GHz Boost Clock - 6 GB GDDR5 SDRAM - PCI Express 3.0 x16 - Dual Slot Space Required 06G-P4-4993-KR 88
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|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||26.67 x 3.81 x 11.18 Centimetres||26.67 x 5.59 x 11.13 Centimetres||34.54 x 26.42 x 8.13 Centimetres||27.94 x 14.22 x 3.81 Centimetres||26.67 x 26.11 x 9.96 Centimetres||22.35 x 12.19 x 4.06 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||1.32 kg||1 kg||0.6 kg||1.59 kg||2.04 kg||422 grams|
|Memory Clock Speed||7,010 MHz||7,010 MHz||7,100 MHz||7,010 MHz||11,000 MHz||8,008 MHz|
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I've provided a few pics of my build and benchmarks for ppl to see. FYI if you do decide to go with a Hybrid and you want to run SLI you DO NOT need to use another Hybrid. You just need to use another 980Ti reference card. I choose to go with two so I could keep my temps low. Now that I'm running two Hybrids in SLI my top card runs at 30°C while the bottom card runs at 25°C, this is normal according to Nvida. There is however a way to get around this which is to install the second card in the 4th PCI slot instead of the 3rd but not all motherboards can do that without performance degradation. Unfortunately, my board wont allow it so I have to stack them together. Newer mobos from a reputable manufacture can usually do it but you would want to research it prior to making the purchase.
As far as overclocking is concerned I was able to overclock the cards to 1404Mhz without adding any additional voltage. These cards can go higher than that should you choose to do so but I'm very content at the performance with the clocks I've achieved without having to over volt.
Here are my system specs:
OS: Windows 8.1
CPU: Intel i7-4770K
FAN: Corsair H80i
MOBO: EVGA Z87 FTW LGA1150
RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro Series 16GB 2x8GB DDR 1600mhz
VCARD: EVGA GeForce GTX 980Ti Hybrid x2 SLI (ASIC 78.1%)
SCARD: Creative Sound Blaster Z Game Card
PSU: Corsair HX1050 1050-watt
SSD: Kingston Digital 120GB
SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
HDD: WD VelociRaptor 10,000rpm 300GB
MONITOR: Acer Predator x34
CASE: Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935
UPS: CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS 1500VA 900W
Overall I highly recommend this card if you want to achieve low temps without having to resort to a custom water loop. You will not be disappointed.
I needed a card that sits exactly how my GTX 680 sat, mainly due to the power pin cabling position. As my photo shows, this EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti ACX SC+ ACX 2.0+ Graphics Card with Backplate 06G-P4-4995-KR works perfectly (as my 680 had a backplate too, made sense to get another backplated as well).
My 3DMark Fire Strike score doubled with the 980 Ti (from 7187 to 14933), right out of the box boosted to 1316 MHz @ 1193 mV, which may differ, as mine came with an ASIC of 74.4%, with the rest of my computer setup:
Corsair Graphite Series 600T (Mid Tower)
OCZ 850W ZX Series 80 Gold Plus
Asus P8Z77-V Deluxe (BIOS Version 2104)
Intel Core i7 3770k (4.5 GHz @ 1.20 Volts)
Corsair H100 Liquid Cooling (Standard push from topside, radiator below inside case)
16 GB Corsair Vengeance (XMP 9-9-9-24 @ 1600 MHz )
500 GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD
Windows 7 Ultimate (x64)
For this upgrade I also decided to upgrade from 1080p, going to a Acer G257HU smidpx 25-Inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) Widescreen Monitor, which could also overclock to 75 Hz @ 1440p right out of the box as well (though I decided not to after seeing additional page tearing than I would have liked).
This card destroys everything at 1080p, so it made sense to make the jump to 1440p. While not quite 4k, still a great upgrade to give the card a run for its money. Witcher 3 maxes out the card at 1440p, so if I continued at 1080p I would have not seen its maximum potential.
This card could not maintain steady 60 FPS in Star Citizen's hangar module (Very High settings @ 1440p), but your experience may vary depending on how many ships you had, and in which hangar (fully stocked Asteroid Hanger driving around in the Grey Cat). There was no way to turn off the in-game V-sync, therefore it continually bounced between 30 and 60 FPS. The Arena Commander module was more fluid however.
In terms of temperature, my old 680 had no problems, being a Blower type cooler, I have a 200mm fan pulling air in through my side vent (hung with strings off the side mesh window). That card never even came close to 80 C, typically hit 70 C with an aggressive fan profile, and that was it.
This 980 Ti however creates plenty more heat, more in line with what Big Kepler does (780 Ti). The open air fans sound softer than the blower type, though even with an aggressive fan profile I see it climb to 80 C, lowering the max boost I can get. I'm sure it's just my own internal fan setup, however not too concerned with what I've experienced so far. Front and Side 200mm pulling in, 240mm radiator with dual 120mm fans pushing topside, and just one single 120mm rear exhaust.
I was looking to replace a single card with another single card, and this definitely does the trick. EVGA hasn't done me wrong yet, but please consider all options before you grab one, such as output ports (less HDMI and lots of Display Ports these days), power pin positioning, dimensions of the card (probably the biggest concern for upgraders), and of course, whether your power supply could handle any potential extra overclock. The MSI Lightning edition is coming out sometime soon, and I've always been curious how it compares when its release is usually last (and for good reason).
Hanger != Hangar
Had some more time to test this card with Star Citizen (especially with that newly released Social Module!). In-game V-sync could only be turned off via ~ console commands (r_VSync 0), and I bumped the card's GPU offset to +100 MHz, ending with a max clock of 1415 MHz @ 1198 mV, using EVGA's PrecisionX with power limit at 110% (no voltage increase). All modules ran much smoother with no video artifacts/problems at 1415 MHz, though I chose a software based thermal performance cap of 80 C to keep my card in check, down clocking once it hit that threshold (since my chassis fan setup is less than optimal). The GTX 980 Ti struggles at times to push 60 FPS @ 1440p in Star Citizen, and I'm not too surprised about that fact.