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Inno3D NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 free For Honor or Ghost Recon Wildlands £475.99 @ Scan free delivery

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INNO3D GPU - TOP GRAPHIC POWER 2560 Cores 8GB GDDR5X 1607MHz Core Clock 1733MHz Boost Clock GREAT GTX GPU PERFORMANCE  TOP-LEVEL GAMING POWER WITH GTX 1080 This ad… Read More
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INNO3D GPU - TOP GRAPHIC POWER

2560

Cores

8GB

GDDR5X

1607MHz

Core Clock

1733MHz

Boost Clock

GREAT GTX GPU PERFORMANCE



TOP-LEVEL GAMING POWER WITH GTX 1080

This advanced card comes with ultra-fast FinFET technology and supports DirectX 12 features. This means you can count on an amazing experience in every application—including performance in AAA and immersive VR Ready games that’s up to 3X faster than with previous-generation GPUs.

LATEST GAMING TECHNOLOGIES



BEST GAMING GPU ENHANCMENTS

Get the power to drive next-generation displays, including VR, ultra-high-resolution, and multiple monitors. And bring more realism to every game with NVIDIA GameWorks technologies that offer a true cinematic experience and amazing new image-capture to share your game.

SMOOTH GAMING GRAPHICS



NVIDIA G-SYNC EMBEDDED GPU

Experience NVIDIAs G-Sync and its capabilities to create smooth, uninterupted game-play. By syncing frames that your GPU renders to the rate of your monitor, the G-Sync embedded into this curved display will eliminate screen tearing and minimize stuttering.

GTX 1080 CARD CONNECTIONS



1x HDMI 2.0b | 3x DisplayPort 1.4 | 1x Dual-Link DVI



GEFORCE GTX VR READY

GeForce® GTX graphics cards provide a powerful next-generation platform for the ultimate immersive virtual reality experience. Rigs and cards marked with "GeForce GTX VR Ready" ensure that your VR games will be optimized with a best-in-class GPU. 

Immersive VR requires seven times the graphics processing power of traditional 3D apps and games. NVIDIA's unique set of features - such as multi-res shading - mean you get the right level of performance, image quality, and latency to ensure your VR experience is nothing short of amazing.
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#1
i really want this but at the same time don't wanna setlle for second best and i cant afford a Ti lol
#2
shahidali47
i really want this but at the same time don't wanna setlle for second best and i cant afford a Ti lol
Ti is second best, this is third :)
#3
Same here but it's Ti or Vega for me just Vega is taking to long :( Pascal is getting to be a old architecture and its well optimised for .

Even though I'm really sure the Ti is going to be faster Vega is going to get better with time and optimisation is going to progress beyond early stages. I just hope the price is right and the gap isn't to big then I will be happy. Don't want the reference Ti anyway so will have choice between two even if Vega sucks. Hopefully not long left.
#4
GasGaGlide
Same here but it's Ti or Vega for me just Vega is taking to long :( Pascal is getting to be a old architecture and its well optimised for .
Even though I'm really sure the Ti is going to be faster Vega is going to get better with time and optimisation is going to progress beyond early stages. I just hope the price is right and the gap isn't to big then I will be happy. Don't want the reference Ti anyway so will have choice between two even if Vega sucks. Hopefully not long left.

Pascal has not been out a year so how is it old architecture?
#5
This is the third time this deal has been posted.
#6
powerbrick
GasGaGlide
Same here but it's Ti or Vega for me just Vega is taking to long :( Pascal is getting to be a old architecture and its well optimised for .
Even though I'm really sure the Ti is going to be faster Vega is going to get better with time and optimisation is going to progress beyond early stages. I just hope the price is right and the gap isn't to big then I will be happy. Don't want the reference Ti anyway so will have choice between two even if Vega sucks. Hopefully not long left.
Pascal has not been out a year so how is it old architecture?
While "die-shrunk Maxwell" isn't quite fair... it's not far off. :D

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