Gigabyte GTX980Ti G1 Gaming Review
The GTX980 G1.Gaming card somewhat flew under the radar. In a world of cards with more attention grabbing names the average person passed it by. Maybe Gigabyte aren't as well known for their high-end GPUs as they are for their motherboards. It was, however, a monster of a card. Easily amongst the best GTX980s both in terms of low-noise and excellent cooling, and the subsequent performance gains that brought.
The GTX980Ti is undoubtedly the best graphics card around at the moment. You can throw anything you care to think of in its path and ploughs through it all with gleeful abandon.
Combining the excellence of the G1.Gamings predecessor, and the already brilliant Maxwell architecture, should lead today's review to be a wealth of superlatives and jaw-dropping moments. So put down your breakfast and let's find out if that is the case.
Like so many graphics cards the specifications are only a part of the picture. With the underpinnings of any card adhering to the manufacturers, in this case nVidia, specifications the only area for partners to flex their muscles is the core speeds, and the G1.Gaming has some good, if not spectacular, out of the box MHz ratings. With a monstrous triple-fan cooler in place we know we can do better than that.