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Gigabyte Tease their GTX 1080 Xtreme

Gigabyte Tease their GTX 1080 Xtreme

Gigabyte Tease their GTX 1080Ti Xtreme

Gigabyte Tease their GTX 1080 Xtreme

 

Gigabyte has teased their GTX 1080 Xtreme, offering factory overclocks and what is expected to be a triple fan cooler with a similar design to Gigabyte's existing GTX 980Ti GPU. 

With Nvidia's Pascal GPU having already been shown with a overclock of 2100MHz at their announcement event on Nvidia's reference/"Founders Edition" cooler design we are simply dying of excitement waiting to see exactly what Pascal is capable of when we push it to the limit.  

  Gigabyte Tease their GTX 1080Ti Xtreme  

With Gigabyte's teaser image stating a June announcement, we can be almost certain that we will be able to see this new GPU at Computex, alongside Gigabyte's other Pascal based GPU designs. 

 

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09-05-2016, 17:15:56

Dicehunter
Very nice although I'm personally looking forward to the reference design or as it's been rebranded, Founders edition.Quote

09-05-2016, 17:19:28

Permafrost
it's Gigabyte, think i'll stick with EVGA Quote

09-05-2016, 17:54:03

steverebo
I'm looking at the evga sc+ or ftw for my new setupQuote

09-05-2016, 22:29:34

NeverBackDown
Personally looking forward to the MSI Lightning.. now i know it won't be coming anytime soon but with there track record, should be amazing!
Matrix would probably be my 2nd choice, another amazing series

But I can say if the 1080 Lightning came out before the Polaris version, don't know if i could restrain myself.Quote

10-05-2016, 01:55:03

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Permafrost View Post
it's Gigabyte, think i'll stick with EVGA
Good thinking dude keep with the EVGA GPU's.

I'm not changing GPU brand again i'm happy with EVGA and i don't care if a company comes out with a better one i know EVGA will not go over the top and make the thing look ugly unlike some other brands Quote
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