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The power of water cooling: The Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti Gigabyte Ti offers terrific performance and coolness

The new Gigabyte model for the GTX 980 Ti, which offers a system Built-in closed water, very impressive in his first reviews

If you are in advanced GeForce GTX 980 Ti models, you should also be familiar with the new Gigabyte Extreme Gaming WaterForce model, which goes the way of the Fury X's And offers Water in a closed system straight out of the box, with very good results.

According to first reviews for the model coming from prominent sites such as techpowerup and-guru3d, Shows that the WaterForce model of It is one of the most impressive and effective to be found in the market today, approaching the Holy Trinity for performance enthusiasts - low temperatures, modest noise levels and advanced performance, especially after being exhausted by Beyond that which comes from the factory.

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Closed Water Circuits adapted to the 'simple' user are the future of the graphics card market?

The GTX 980 Ti WaterForce was able to achieve stable work frequencies above 1,500MHz for the core and in addition over effective 8GHz for GDDR5 memories, which helped it to the top of the performance tables among the many GT 980 Ti models rotating them In the market - while continuing to deliver low temperatures of about 50 to 60 degrees, and noise levels of less than 35 decibel - much like the Fury X water-cooled cards of , But with improvements Of about 20 percent on average.

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The GeForce GTX 980 Ti Extreme Gaming WaterForce is already marketed for a recommended price tag of 720 dollars, which is soon higher than 100 dollars from the cheapest GTX 980 Ti cards in the category. This addition may not suit everyone, and the mere fact that the card needs room for a radiator (which may be the second in the chassis, plus a radiator for liquid cooling for the system's general processor) - but for anyone interested in very high performance without compromising the noise levels it is willing to accept and with sensible temperatures There will undoubtedly be reason to consider it as an alternative to Fury X.

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