Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 G1 Gaming 8G
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- Power by GeForce GTX 1080.Card size:H=41 L=280 W=114 mm;Minimum System Requirements:Hardware- Motherboard with one or above PCI-Express x 16 slot
- Integrated with 8GB gddr5x 256bit Memory
- Boost: 1860 MHz / base: 1721 MHz in OC mode
- Boost: 1835 MHz / base: 1695 MHz in gaming mode.Card size:H=41 L=280 W=114 mm;Minimum System Requirements:Hardware
- Support up to 8K Display @60Hz (Requires 2*dp1.3 connectors)
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|Hardware Interface||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 1|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||39.88 x 8.38 x 23.11 Centimetres||29.79 x 3.99 x 13.41 Centimetres||29 x 13 x 4 Centimetres||27.69 x 13.97 x 4.32 Centimetres||32.51 x 14.73 x 5.08 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||1.36 kg||1.77 kg||1.5 kg||1.36 kg||1.59 kg|
|Memory Clock Speed||1,860 MHz||1,835 MHz||10,000 MHz||10,108 MHz||11,059 MHz|
|Model Number||GV-N1080G1 GAMING-8GD||STRIX-GTX1080-A8G-GAMING||GV-N1080G1 GAMING-8GD||GTX 1080 GAMING X 8G||ZT-P10800B-10P|
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I'm not gonna rant about the price or import duty or any of that but just the product.
This is the best GTX 1080 variant out there for the money. My card boosts up to 1987 MHz with a temperature target of 70C.
Haven't overclocked it yet, but it was found by a lot of tech reviewers to go up to 2100 MHz, higher than any card out there (Not considering the super expensive Kingpin variant)
It's super silent, barely audible, the software is super easy to use and yes 70C target and almost 1987 all by itself.
Since I took a 2K monitor, this is the overkill I took for now to be happy for next 3 years easy.
And another word of caution, if you are buying this beast you will need an i7 7700k to support it and with no frame rate drops
First of all due to recent market and mining, GPU prices are high. Bought this previously with a much cheaper price. It is a fantastic card to have due to robust build quality and binned NVIDIA processor as per reviews and finally out of the box set overclock.
In the Box:
1. The card with proper support during shipping and I like it since it is very expensive.
2. Product documentation and extended warranty leaflet but caution you have to register this card in their website to claim 4yr warranty so don't miss this registration part.
3. Driver CD: don't use this, download latest NVIDIA driver and download Aorus Engine Software to apply out of the box overclock.
4. 8 pin converter cable for power: never ever use this. If you have money to buy this expensive GPU then you will buy a decent power supply which have dual 8 pin PCIe power connector which is required to run this card. Buy at least 650W bronze power supply from any reputed brand otherwise it may reduce the life of this powerful card as if you are feeding a lion inferior food.
Overclocking Info: Straight out of the box the boost clock reaches up to 2.05 Ghz core and 10200 Ghz memory as per OC Mode in Aorus engine. My card reaches max 2.08 Ghz stable on core and 10800 Mhz on memory which is really sweet. Very few samples of GTX 1080 can reach up to 2.10 Ghz on core so my sample is not bad at all.
Now here is my pros and cons,
1. Huge well designed cooler for superb cooling and 3 overlapping fan design which reduces the length of card compared to Strix 1080. But the thickness is a bit more compared to Strix. The heat sink directly remains in contact with the NVIDIA GPU + Memory + VRM which cools better. It remains really silent due to less requirement of fan speed as the radiator radiate heat more efficiently.
2. Out of the box overclock with added Aorus Engine software. There is three overclock profile provided in this software with a max oc easily exceeding 2.00Ghz boost clock for CPU and 10.0Ghz effective GDDR5X memory (multiplier 8). This is simply great since many of us don't know or have less experience how to oc the GPU and otherwise it also reduces the pain to figure it out on our own.
3. Space grade PCB which is even splash proof to some extent. OMG I cannot believe this. There is a video by Hardware Unboxed where they have dropped water/coolant on this running GPU and it survived. Since I use Water Cooler for my CPU, after seeing this I am so happy that I immediately decided to select Aorus over Asus Strix card.
4. Rock solid overclocking performance due to fantastic VRM design. A good power phase ensures steady power delivery and runs cooler hence increasing life of the VRM. It is designed to run for long. Added benefit is 4Yr extended warranty.
5. Looks really nice with RGB support light an front X illuminated logo. However the font logo is not visible as you mount it horizontally.
1. It is a very heavy card. You need to have some kind of supporting mechanism (my recommendation is Cooler Master VGA support kit) to keep it horizontal for a longer run otherwise it will sag eventually.
2. The front frame which supports the fans are a bit fragile which if gets any kind of bend in that case due to misalignment the fan may interfere due to overlapping design. But it is a defect which if you are unlucky enough then you have to return it. Not a big con but it is because of this design only.
3. The highest overclock profile is not in default available. You have to download Aorus Engine Software and apply it in this software to use 2.00 GHz+ oc.
A Comparison with Asus Strix GTX1080:
As I have said keeping the looks part away Strix is a bit longer and this card is a bit shorter but thicker than Aorus. Aorus has two internal HDMI port for your VR ready case which is not their in Strix. However Strix has two internal fan header which means you can set two case fan to run as per heat generated from GPU. But this feature has a major downside. Say you are running any CPU intensive workload then these two fans will run idle increasing the overall internal temp. But a game specially the most recent titles also uses a good amount of CPU increase the CPU temp and as a result increasing the case fan speed as otherwise you will control these fans with your Mobo fan control software which most of the times works with CPU temp. Strix Has full process automation for manufacturing resulting minimum manufacturing defect on the other hand Aorus has space grade PCB which as per Hardware Unboxed sustains splash which may occur due to CPU liquid cooler failure if you are super unlucky which is a major YES for Aorus for me at least. Both overclocks really well and your luck is more important here unlike Strix vs. Aorus. Strix RGB supports Aura Sync and it is supposed to sync with Asus Aura Mobo where as Aorus RGB will sync with Aorus Mobo so decide as per your setup.
This card is really a beast in terms of performance, out of the box 2.00Ghz+ boost clock, top notch VRM and Power Phases, superb thermal headroom due to chunky radiator and unique fan design and finally runs really silent. So as per your requirement select any one from Strix or Aorus but I don't have that clarity w.r.t. MSI card so do your research first before making your purchase decision. All the best man, thanks for reading and do comment and I shall get back to you.