|Interface||PCI Express 3.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series|
|GPU||GeForce GTX 1080|
|Core Clock||1721 MHz|
|Boost Clock||1860 MHz|
|Effective Memory Clock||10000 MHz|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.0b|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|DVI||1 x Dual-Link DVI-D|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|SLI Support||2-Way SLI|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Operating Systems Supported||Windows 10 32/64bit, Windows 8 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit|
|Thermal Design Power||180W|
|System Requirements||500W or greater power supply.
PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0 or PCI Express 3.0 compliant motherboard with one graphics slot.
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Dual-Link DVI Supported||Yes|
|Features||EVGA Double BIOS
NVIDIA SLI w/ HB Bridge Support
NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0
Microsoft DirectX 12
OpenGL 4.5 Support
PCI Express 3.0
Max Digital Resolution - 7680 x 4320
HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4 and Dual-Link DVI
Built for EVGA PrecisionX OC
EVGA ACX 3.0 Cooling
10 Phase Power Design
Adjustable RGB LED
|Max GPU Length||267 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||10.50" x 5.06"|
|Slot Width||Dual Slot|
Low power draw but amazing performance jump from earlier models. With a quiet power supply, I can hardly tell my computer is on. Still a big card to fit in a case though.
No coil whine. Temps are good. I set a fairly aggressive fan curve with afterburner. At 80% fan speed and an hour of GTA online temps were 60c. And the fans are not that loud, even at 80%.
I would highly recommend this card to anyone looking for a capable, mid-range and inexpensive video card, especially for more novice PC builders out there, that can hold up to even the latest games with a decent supporting cast of hardware around it.