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Official GTX 980 Ti pictures revealed - EVGA confirms pricing

Fresh GTX 980 Ti info!

Official GTX 980 Ti Pictures Revealed - EVGA confirms pricing

Official GTX 980 Ti pictures revealed - EVGA confirms pricing

 

Official information on the GTX 980 Ti is finally rolling out. The upcoming flagship-killer from Team Green has been on our news radar for quite a while now, with rumour after rumour popping up. But enough with the rumours, today we have something more exciting: official pictures of the 980 Ti have been published. Not only that, but the price of the card has been revealed in an EVGA listing. Without further ado, here is some brand-new info on the GTX 980 Ti.

 

Official GTX 980 Ti Pictures Revealed - EVGA confirms pricing  Official GTX 980 Ti Pictures Revealed - EVGA confirms pricing

 

As for the pictures, it seems the leaks were right all along. Of course, it's just the standard reference cooler we've seen since the GTX 780 launched (though this one obviously has 'GTX 980 Ti' stamped on its chassis). What we had not seen yet (until now at least), is the beast's PCB. The official pictures of it don't reveal too much exciting stuff, although it's nice to see some pictures. As far as video output, the 980 Ti sports a DVI-D port, an HDMI port and three display ports (as seen above).

 

Official GTX 980 Ti Pictures Revealed - EVGA confirms pricingAnother retail box image appeared too

 

The 980 Ti will have a 1,076 MHz base clock, while the memory will run at 7 GHz. Oh, did we mention it'll have 6 GB of GDDR5 vRAM yet? Of course we did.

 

Official GTX 980 Ti Pictures Revealed - EVGA confirms pricing

 

Now, onto the pricing. In EVGA's price listing, the reference card is listed at a whopping $799, which is a fair price for a GPU that performs so similarly to the $999 Titan X. Of course there's more than just the reference card, so let's continue. The card will also get a version with EVGA's ACX2.0+ cooler on it, shipping at the same price as the reference card. This might mean that the reference card is OEM only, but who knows. There's also a listing of another reference card: EVGA GEFORCE GTX980TI SC REFERENCE, which might be another OEM card. This card will ship at $816, and will come, as the name suggests, factory-overclocked. The most expensive 980 Ti from EVGA is the GEFORCE GTX980TI SC+ (with back plate). This card comes included with, as you might have guessed, a back plate (wooh!) and will come in at $827.

 Official GTX 980 Ti Pictures Revealed - EVGA confirms pricing

 

These are exciting times, with the launch of new GPUs of both Nvidia and AMD closing in on us. We at OC3D will keep you up to date as more information comes in.

 

Join the discussion on the GTX 980 Ti pictures and pricing on the OC3D Forums.

 

 

Exciting times! Official pictures of Nvidia's upcoming flagship have been unveiled. In other news, EVGA has confirmed...

Posted by OC3D on Friday, 29 May 2015
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29-05-2015, 05:18:50

Excalabur50
Another nice find can't wait to see how these fair against the 390x when it comes out, we could be in for a real battle royal.Quote

29-05-2015, 05:21:34

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Excalabur50 View Post
Another nice find can't wait to see how these fair against the 390x when it comes out, we could be in for a real battle royal.
I think there going to start at like $900 or $1000 hereQuote

29-05-2015, 05:43:46

Fetchez La Vache
So £700-750 in the UK, can see it going any lower as it wil then get into the price territory of the high end 980's (Matrix Gold/Kingpin/Hybrid) which hit the £600-650 price point.

Even as someone that doesn't use AMD cards (CUDA raytracing user, if I could use AMD I would) I hope their new top tier cards blow Nvidia stuff out of the water so that there is at least the potential for a large price drop accross the GTX line up.Quote

29-05-2015, 05:47:39

clone38
Would like to know if Kingpin will have a 980Ti coming out.Quote

29-05-2015, 05:59:18

AverageNinja
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Originally Posted by Fetchez La Vache View Post
So £700-750 in the UK, can see it going any lower as it wil then get into the price territory of the high end 980's (Matrix Gold/Kingpin/Hybrid) which hit the £600-650 price point.

Even as someone that doesn't use AMD cards (CUDA raytracing user, if I could use AMD I would) I hope their new top tier cards blow Nvidia stuff out of the water so that there is at least the potential for a large price drop accross the GTX line up.
Aye, I can see the price of the GTX 980 and GTX 970 dropping after this gets released too.

If the rumours are true, the new Fiji XT GPU is going to kick some serious bottom, let's hope that's the case. Quote
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