EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX Review
Published: 7th May 2017 | Source: EVGA | Price: |
We've covered the majority of the features so far, so there isn't much to say about the card in these photographs beyond how cool we think it looks. Shrouds are usually the place where a GPU lives or dies, and we think the EVGA most definitely lives. Not only is there plenty of room for airflow - in addition to the fans that you can run at entirely separate speeds (one for GPU one for power reg area) should you so desire - but it is built like an absolute tank. There is no flex. No creaking. No wobble. Robustness is the watchword. If you're not too keen on the silver, then at the end of our review we'll show you the alternatives EVGA offer. Yes, they've thought of everything.