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Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

Non-reference GTX980 Ti overview

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

 

The first non-reference GTX 980 Ti GPUs are slowly appearing all over the web. All these press releases can be a bit overwhelming, so we at OC3D decided to give you an overview of all GTX 980 Ti cards of the main brands. Here we go.

Gigabyte

 

First up on the list is the Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming. Gigabyte has given the Windforce cooler a small redesign, with a black and silver theme (just like the reference design). This card has three fans cooling the GPU, like we're used to seeing on higher-end Gigabyte Windforce card. Just like the reference Nvidia GPU, the G1 Gaming features 3 display ports and an HDMI port. There is one difference though: the G1 Gaming features two DVI-D outputs, instead of one. Oh, and they finally updated their box design. You go, Gigabyte!

 

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

 

MSI

 

MSI unveiled its GTX 980 Ti Gaming card, with the cooler we're all familiar with. The GPU has a black and red color scheme, two fans, and a gorgeous backplate with the MSI Gaming dragon on it. Little to no difference with the GTX 980 (non-Ti) cooler-wise. As far as clock speed goes: the MSI Gaming card has a base clock of 1178 MHz, a boost clock of 1279 MHz and a memory clock of 7100 MHz

 Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

EVGA

 

EVGA has a lot of non-reference cards lined up for us. They've unveiled two 980 Ti's with the ACX2.0+ cooler. The difference between the two? One of them is a normal super clocked card, the other one is SC+ and features an EVGA backplate.

 

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We also have a GTX 980 Ti Classified, with higher clock speeds. A Hydro Copper card isn't missing either, and there will be an all new GTX 980 Ti Hybrid card, with integrated AIO.

 

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ZOTAC

 

Once again a huge line-up. Just one reference card this time. We have two AMP! edition cards: a normal one and an 'Extreme' one. The AMP! Edition has a base clock of 1051 MHz (51 MHz higher than stock), a boost clock of 1140 MHz (66 MHz higher than stock) and a memory clock of 7010 MHz. The Extreme edition has a slightly beefier cooler and a base clock of 1253 MHz, a boost clock of 1355 MHz and a memory clock of 7210MHz. The Extreme edition also has a custom PCB.

 

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GTX 980 Ti Arctic Storm. Just like the Titan X version, this card has a three fan cooling solution with an integrated water block. The clocks are the same as the AMP! Edition. The Arctic Storm edition also has a special backplate.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup  

 

ASUS

 

There's not a lot known from ASUS' lineup, but we know there's a triple fan DirectCU3 Strix card coming up.

 

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti non-reference card roundup

 

We at OC3D will keep you updated as more and more non-reference GPUs get unveiled. Computex 2015 has just started, and there will probably be more cards on show there.

 

Join the discussion on the non-reference GTX 980 Ti GPUs on the OC3D Forums.

 

More and more non-reference GTX 980 Ti's appear online. We decided to give you an overview of all non-reference cards of...

Posted by OC3D on Monday, 1 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

01-06-2015, 07:48:29

xnax2802
MSI takes the cake with this one imo. That is one sexy backplateQuote

01-06-2015, 07:50:15

barnsley
Gigabyte actually doing something vaguely different this time. I actually think it looks quite nice with the silver.

I'm waiting to see what strange cooler Inno3D do.Quote

01-06-2015, 07:57:03

Damo666
If i could afford one (and that's a big IF lol) i would have to go with the MSI card, but i will just have to wait and see what happens in the next month Quote

01-06-2015, 07:58:21

RandomBadger
Egva 980ti classified it is when these available to buy :/Quote

01-06-2015, 08:11:41

Fetchez La Vache
Good lord those Zotac backplates.....Quote
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