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Nvidia GTX 1080 review samples already issued

A few lucky reviewers already got their sample

Nvidia GTX 1080 review samples already issued

Nvidia GTX 1080 review samples already issued

 

UPDATE: According to a tweet from Jason Evangelho, the GTX 1080 NDA will be lifted on May 17. The tweet has since been removed, though. Do note that this is just a rumour, as we've heard nothing official yet.

Nvidia GTX 1080 review samples already issuedImage courtesy of Hardware.info

It appears Nvidia has already issued some review samples of the GTX 1080. A few lucky reviewers have already gotten their hands on their hands on Nvidia's upcoming flagship GPU.

One of the fortunate fellows who already received their sample is Jason Evangelho, PC tech contributor at Forbes. He published an image on Twitter, showing the gorgeous box the card comes in. The box features a tesselation graphic, as well as Nvidia's catchphrase: 'Inspired by gamers, built by Nvidia'.


Sadly, Nvidia hasn't published a specific embargo date as of yet, so we still have no idea when we can expect reviews to go live. You can check out our comparison between the GTX 1080 and 980 Ti here, though.

The GTX 1080 will launch May 27th, with an MSRP of $599. The GTX 1070 will follow shortly after with RRP of $379.

  

You can join the discussion on the GTX 1080 review samples on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

08-05-2016, 09:47:09

Daiyus
Can't wait to see some real world bench marks for these Pascal cards.Quote

08-05-2016, 10:00:59

King of Old Old School
I wonder if TTL has gotten his yet if he has he may not tell us if he has

I know Jayz and i think Kyle & Paul have gotten theirsQuote

08-05-2016, 12:32:12

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I wonder if TTL has gotten his yet if he has he may not tell us if he has

I know Jayz and i think Kyle & Paul have gotten theirs
Tom is probably bathing in Pascal glory getting some sick frames Quote

08-05-2016, 13:16:04

AverageNinja
The article has been updated with the rumoured date on which the NDA of the 1080 would be lifted. Do note that this is not official information, though.Quote

08-05-2016, 13:19:47

Dicehunter
I wish Nvidia actually showed the difference of the founders edition and standard edition at the conference, I can only find complete speculation so far.Quote
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