ASUS revealed a bunch of details about its upcoming ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1080 Ti OC video card. This model will have a base clock of up to 1594MHz, a Boost of up to 1708MHz and memory clockspeed of up to 11100MHz. These are the OC Mode clockspeeds which are activated via the ASUS software, the regular Game Mode clocks can be found in the specifications table below.
The board features 10+2 phase VRM, it's equipped with a dual 8-pin PCI power connector and has two DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0 and one Dual-Link DVI-port (which was removed on the Founders Edition).
ASUS claims the ROG STRIX has a noise level of just 29dBA while running FurMark, significantly less than the 34dBA produced by the Founders Edition. The new ROG STRIX cooler has 40 percent more heatsink surface than previous 2-slot designs and features MaxContact, a new enhanced copper heat spreader that promises 10x flatter contact than traditional heatspreaders. ASUS says this results in 2x more contact with the GPU for improved thermal transfer.
Availability is expected by early April, pricing is unknown.
ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1080 Ti OC has a 1708MHz Boost
Posted on Wednesday, Mar 15 2017 @ 13:26 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck