ASUS GTX1080 Ti Strix OC SLI OverKILL3D Review

3D Mark Vantage

ASUS GTX 1080 Ti Strix OC SLI Review

3D Mark Vantage

The Vantage Performance benchmark might be the one that most of us know off by heart, but it's clear that modern graphics cards hit the limits on its capabilities. The Extreme preset on the Strix SLI is a new record for us, and only 3000 points behind the P-Score, despite the massive increase in resolution and image quality.

ASUS GTX 1080 Ti Strix OC SLI Review  

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Most Recent Comments

04-04-2017, 21:07:19

This was a very good review Tom and a lot of the comments you made were the reason I went away from SLI myself some time back, heat is a bit of a problem and living in a hot country it plays it's part, the fact that game dev's don't really support SLI much anymore just doesn't justify the price of having the second card.
I also agree with you wholeheartedly that 1440p is the sweet spot for a monitor
TBH I think that instead of buying two cards people would be better off buying one 1080 Ti and putting the money into something like a 34-35 1440p gsync monitorQuote

05-04-2017, 09:08:40

Too many reviews in a short time Tom?

SLI is still more pain than actual gain. Going for the strongest single card you can is still the way to go. But for the show off purposes this is No. 1. Quote

05-04-2017, 09:18:37

If this review was to be described with a game's name, it'd probably be "Life Is Strange"

It's really awesome to see this performance at 4k, finally! Still way too expensive though and what happened to the good old micro stuttering, I always heard of? Is this a thing of the past?

Funnily enough, with my 1080p60 monitor, I will soon be at a point, where my monitor is too bad, to play modern games, wtf

Also, Tom, the graph for 3D Mark Vantage has the top 4 card setups twice in it, but you'll probably already noticed that. Haven't watched the video yet.Quote

05-04-2017, 15:43:42

After viewing the video review I decided to pull the trigger on a single 1080Ti, however would I not be better off with 1080 SLI for the 4k gaming ?Quote

05-04-2017, 19:31:32

Originally Posted by pcdvd View Post
After viewing the video review I decided to pull the trigger on a single 1080Ti, however would I not be better off with 1080 SLI for the 4k gaming ?
As Tom said in the video only go sli if you know your games will utilise it, there's not much point if they don'tQuote

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