Quickly and quietly.
Had a reference 980 Ti under full load sounded like a jet plane and the temperatures went uppmot ~ 75 degrees.
This 1080 is extremely quiet for me and it is around 60 degrees under full load with +90 MHz boost clock and +500 MHz memory clock.
~ 23400 GPU score in the 3DMark Fire Strike with my light OC (with i7 5820k)
An incredibly strong graphics card that can handle all the needs of today's games range. However, it is somewhat hard to Boost 3.0, which means that if you have a 60Hz screen so you do not get more power from your graphics card than around 60+ fps, but it does not apply to games (CS: GO, LOL, DOTA etc.)
Had 2 AMD R9 fury X before and switched to this, bought especially the graphics card because of better outputs. 1080 Performs better than my previous configuration and nice to avoid crossfire / sli.
Has high and stable FPS in the games I tried with high settings, so I sit and enjoy most of the time.
The card is relatively quiet and I can not say anything other than that I am happy.
-The First problem I erfarade was that I did not get 144 Hz to my monitor via the DP, it is a recurring problem and remedied by turning off and on the screen again to get it right hz. I tried to run with HDMI instead and then I could not get 144 Hz at all ...
Very nice that you can connect two chassifälktar on the graphics card which then adjusts the speed according to how warm the graphics card.
Will -2 Hz stars for the problems that I encounter every day. Otherwise a sick good cards, sick affordable when it was down at the 6400th
Quiet Giant and Super, virtually silent even when the fans start.
So fucking grymmt!
Run an LG 34 3440x1440, 60fps maximized everything!
Upgraded from a MSI GTX 970, and portrayed laden great in absolutely all the games!