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The majority of this is the real world images to go along with the slides on the previous two pages. However, worthy of particular note is the actual shroud design itself. The modern design trend is all about angles, creases and the like and the Strix is very much in keeping with that ethos. The angles don't just look splendid though, as they are all carefully designed to help direct airflow to the fans whilst keeping down the noise you can experience when the pressure builds at the edges of the fan blades in more conventional designs. In the penultimate photograph you can see the RGB header - the red one - alongside the two system fan headers. Even here you have a feature which is nice to take advantage of but, if you don't wish to do so, isn't an obvious gap in the design. Sometimes these features can be a big empty space of "I could do this but you don't want to, what a waste". Not here. 

We will be bringing you our full review of the ASUS GTX 1080 Ti Strix OC just as soon as we can, but in the meantime once you've wiped the drool from your desk come to the OC3D Forums and let us know what you think.

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26-03-2017, 11:59:20

Dicehunter
Damn, Now that is a thick card !Quote

26-03-2017, 12:15:27

AlienALX
Pure awesomeness. That thing is a work of art.Quote

26-03-2017, 19:56:55

King of Old Old School
lol "ASUS Tax" imcoming

Get ready to pay an extra $50-100 on this, Also really dumb move IMO bye leaving the DVI port on this GPU, DVI needs to die on these higher end cards.

I would still buy the EVGA over this HahahaQuote

26-03-2017, 20:20:50

jimma47
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
lol "ASUS Tax" imcoming

Get ready to pay an extra $50-100 on this, Also really dumb move IMO bye leaving the DVI port on this GPU, DVI needs to die on these higher end cards.

I would still buy the EVGA over this Hahaha
EVGA will most likely cost the same and if you look at the pics from the source for the https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu...80_ti_models/1 article they have also included a DVI port on the 1080Ti's
"Dumb" move EVGA?

It's interesting they've gone the dual DP + Dual HDMI route this time. Maybe for VR headsets?
The older models had single HDMI, Triple DP.Quote

26-03-2017, 20:25:28

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by jimma47 View Post
EVGA will most likely cost the same and if you look at the pics from the source for the https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu...80_ti_models/1 article they have also included a DVI port on the 1080Ti's
"Dumb" move EVGA?

It's interesting they've gone the dual DP + Dual HDMI route this time. Maybe for VR headsets?
The older models had single HDMI, Triple DP.
Yep dumb move bye EVGA cause Nvidia had the right idea bye not having it on there and before anyone says why i know the reason why they did it.

IMO no high end GPU should have DVI.

IMO DVI needs to die on higher end cards.Quote
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