As long as the first Pascal models do not look the same, the GTX 980 Ti seems to be at the center of the high-performance market of the video card universe - and now that matter is being reinforced with the Assos announcement of The GeForce GTX 980 Ti 20th Anniversary Edition.
Some of you probably remember that six months ago the Taiwanese company Launched a model Of your SIM cardGeforce GTX 980 (The standard) designed to mark the two decades in which it deals with graphics cards. Well, the current model is a "twin" to that elaborate model - with the difference being the large GM200 core that sits under the golden body this time.
The GTX 980 Ti 20th Anniversary Edition features a basic 1,266MHz operating frequency, along with a maximum turbo frequency of no less than 1,367MHz - improvements of over 25 percent over non-rushed GTX 980 Ti frequencies, which Asus claims bring improvements Performence Average of about 21 to 22 percent (straight from the factory) and give it the opportunity to call this piece 'GTX 980 Ti fastest in the world '.
We have already seen GTX 980 Ti ultra-sophisticated cards that have succeeded in crossing the 1,500MHz bar based on Cooling Their air when The fast - And it will be very interesting to see if the new model of Asus Will push us even further
Beyond the very high frequencies that undoubtedly indicate a sorted selection of very high quality GM200 cores, this model offers Cooling DirectCU II sells a pair of fans, a printed circuit with high-quality components and an 14-enhanced power phase for improved stability, a liquid nitrogen switch that offers more power-saving options reserved for those operating with Cooling Extreme, an illuminating element on the side of the card that gives indication according to its load level at any given time,GDDR5 To freeze with the graphics core itself when using liquid nitrogen cooling, further improving the frequency stability and performance of the model.
God-GTX 980 Ti 20th Anniversary Edition is slated to launch right now, when its price tag is unknown to us - but its modest estimate will be at least 100 dollars from the cost of GTX 980 Ti 'standard', ie in the area 750 dollars and north of there. Worth the investment? We will wait for the reviews to give the verdict.