It’s been just 3 Days since Nvidia revealed the ultimate GTX 1080 Ti and most of the benchmarks we have got so far suggest that GTX 1080Ti is even faster than the Pascal Titan X!
Without any doubt, it is the fastest graphics card we have ever seen. Get ready to game at over 60 FPS in 4K!
If you are looking to buy the Founder’s Edition of Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti then you can get it from Nvidia’s website at $700. Here’s a link for the same: Geforce GTX 1080 Ti: Ultimate Geforce
Let’s have look at the 4K gameplay of Ghost Recon Wildlands using GTX 1080 Ti:
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Let us begin with the Benchmark Comparison of GTX 1080 Ti with GTX 1080 and Titan X.
GTX 1080 Ti v/s GTX 1080
If you’re wondering if it is worth spending 200$ extra on GTX 1080 Ti, this image would clear all your doubts.
The scores look great, don’t they? The GTX 1080Ti is giving almost 1.5 times more Frames per second in some of the games compared to the GTX 1080. In Mordor, it seems as if GTX 1080 Ti is performing 2X faster.
No doubt, GTX 1080Ti is the best what money can buy to game at 4K.
GTX 1080Ti v/s Pascal Titan X
You’re in for a big surprise if you thought that GTX 1080 Ti wouldn’t stand a chance against the Nvidia Pascal Titan X. Not only it comes close to the Titan X, in fact, GTX 1080 Ti is even faster than it. In the above graph, the only game where Titan X performs slightly better is the Tomb Raider. But the GTX 1080 Ti easily chips away with better FPS in rest on the games. ( Not to forget that
( Don’t forget that Titan X costs 500$ more than GTX 1080 Ti )
As we have seen, the GTX 1080 Ti seems to be even faster than the Titan X. Without any doubt, buying a GTX 1080 Ti is going to be every gamer’s priority for their wish list. It gives far better performance compared to any Geforce GTX GPU we have ever seen. 4K gaming is surely going to reach a whole new level with the introduction of Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti.
Is it worth 699 USD?
For 4K gaming, yes it is. To handle games at 2550×1440 and below, GTX 1080 is sufficient but with GTX 1080 Ti, we can witness the future of 4K gaming.
So, go ahead and grab the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 Ti.