EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX Review

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EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX Review

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The EVGA comfortably stomps on the Gigabyte Aorus and nVidia Founders Edition, and it even sneaks ahead of the ASUS Strix OC in the regular Fire Stike test. In Fire Strike Extreme the clock speed makes a greater difference, but the EVGA is hardly outclassed.

EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX Review  


EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX Review  

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07-05-2017, 20:57:50

Excalabur50
Nice review Tom and I have to say the more I see that cooler the more it grows on me as I really didn't like it at first, and really good of EVGA to sort any possible issues with these cards and as you said they really deserve Kudos for the way they handled everything.Quote

07-05-2017, 21:10:16

jimma47
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Originally Posted by Excalabur50 View Post
Nice review Tom and I have to say the more I see that cooler the more it grows on me as I really didn't like it at first, and really good of EVGA to sort any possible issues with these cards and as you said they really deserve Kudos for the way they handled everything.
Same. I wasn't sure at first it looked like a 3D printed cast for a broken arm. Now I quite like it - especially the plain black version.Quote

07-05-2017, 21:17:06

S_I_N
i HAVE THE gtx1080 ftw2 icx and I'm loving it nice and cool 65-70c whilst gaming long sessions and fan speed only at 63% its quiet as well my gigabyte GTX1080ti was screaming at me at 60% and was 75-80c and no backplate I could feel the heat radiating off of it.Quote

08-05-2017, 01:52:45

The F34R Channel
Definitely over engineered and that's a good thing, very good of them! Also staying with a 2 slot design is welcome in my book because if there's one thing that eats me up it's sag
Thanks for the review!Quote

08-05-2017, 08:57:31

AlienALX
It's wonderful. Like pretty much everything about it, apart from the Nvidia stupid voltage lock.

It kinda makes cards like this a little pointless. Same goes for the HOF too. No wonder MSI stopped making Lightning cards..Quote
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