Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti review: The monster graphics card 4K gamers have been waiting for

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In this instance, Nvidia’s claims of the GTX 1080 Ti being 35 percent faster than its cousin hold true—the card commands a 35.59 percent lead at 4K, in fact. It doesn’t quite hit 60fps at 4K, but it comes damned close. Dropping a couple of graphics settings, or the overall graphics preset to Very High instead of Ultra, should push you over the hump.

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At a Glance
  • Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is the most powerful graphics card ever, capable of no-compromises 4K gaming. It's cheaper than expected, too.


    • The most powerful graphics card ever released
    • Can power no-compromises 4K gaming
    • No hotter than vanilla GTX 1080 despite big performance boost
    • DisplayPort-to-DVI adapter included in box


    • Reference-style cooling isn't as efficient as custom coolers
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