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NVidia GeForce Card GTX 1080 Ti Review: A 'Monster Graphics Card'

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The recently released Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has been getting some rave reviews for upgrading the experience of gamers everywhere, particularly the 4K gamers. In one review, the graphic processing unit was described by a tech expert as the "monster graphics card" that gamers have been waiting for a long time.

In his review for PCWorld, senior editor Brad Chacos said that the hype for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is legitimate. He said that the new graphic processing unit delivered its expectations for a quality gaming experience.

In his review of Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, Chacos said that the Nvidia's monstrous graphics card is successful with an average of 25.8 percent in the publication's five-game suit. He added that the graphics card also had 30 percent in two of the titles in their criteria.

"In its own tests, Nvidia managed to push that to 35 to 40 percent in certain games depending on the settings used," he said. "More crucially, this is the first semi-affordable video card capable of hitting the sacred 60fps mark at 4K resolution with all of a game's graphical bells and whistles jacked to the max."

Chacos also added that some games under 60fps at Ultra presets should not worry of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. He said that the processor could easily cross and make the game work with some minor setting tweaks.

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was also noted by Chacos as a processor that could clear 2GHz with ease. It could also push the slightly sub-60fps games to something that gamers would have a great time.

The specs of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti compose of GP102 (GPU), 16nm FinFET (Lithography), 12bn (Transistors), 471mm2 (Chip size), 1,582MHz (Boost clock), 1,480MHz (Base clock), and 3,584 CUDA cores, according to PCGamesN. It also has 11GB GDDR5X memory capacity, 320-bit memory bus, and 250W TDP.

The price of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is $699. This is cheaper compared to GTX Titan X ($1,200) but pricier than GTX 1080 ($529)