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EVGA - GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6 GB FTW ACX 2.0+ Video Card

( 4.8 Average / 13 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

EVGA

Part #

06G-P4-4996-KR

Color

Black / Gold

Interface

PCI-Express x16

Chipset

GeForce GTX 980 Ti

Memory Size

6 GB

Memory Type

GDDR5

Core Clock

1.19 GHz

Boost Clock

1.291 GHz

TDP

250 W

Fan

Yes

SLI Support

4-way SLI

CrossFire Support

No

Length

267 mm / 10.512"

Supports G-Sync

Yes

DVI-I Dual-Link

1

DisplayPort

3

HDMI

1

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Reviews

0nard00 17 points 40 months ago
from completed build My First ProStation 1

Great card, not so great Win10 optimization, just yet. I do get quite a lot of stuttering when I game, and it's quite loud when under full load.

Beautiful card, and waited for it specifically because of the clock rate.

Axeyy 6 points 38 months ago
from completed build Time Taker

Originally had the Galax gtx 970 EXOC black edition. Only recently sold it to a friend. Upgraded to an EVGA gtx 980ti FTW, its a beast of a card, at 1080p maxed out at 144fps on nearly all the games. The 980ti does run a little hotter at about 70degrees under load compared to the 970 at 62degrees under load. Only thing i was unhappy about was the power cables that came with it, was like 3inches long.

Ronamo77 25 points 37 months ago
from completed build Big Dreams Empty Wallet

this was a very hard decision for me and was one of the things at the end of my list that i bought because i couldn't make up my mind it was either a 2 970s or a 980 ti and after doing some research and talking to people i went with a 980 ti because i wanted this computer to be future proof and since the 980 ti has a lots of vram which is going to be required a lot more in newer games i got this instead this card is very powerful and right now i play on 1080p at 60hz as of right now which i know is nothing for this card because its a 4k gaming card

havenlau 71 points 37 months ago
from completed build can i habe rgb pls

Temps are not the greatest, slight coil whine, no aftermarket waterblock for it, but highest boost clock out of the box of all cards. Great gpu. I need a better monitor to pair with it though haha.

rfeni 28 points 36 months ago
from completed build ITX Skylake - Version 2.0

This GPU is incredible. I originally had the GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+ and was happy there. However, with the release of the division I quickly realized how soon it'd be where I wanted more. Enter the FTW, yay. I am waiting on my monitor, but currently have everything i've done set to max and maintain 85+ FPS at 1080P. This one came with a black plate, which really cleans up the bay.

Robrobchicago 11 points 36 months ago
from completed build Robrob's VR Ready Nerdbox

Plays the latest games with ultra settings at native res on my 3440x1440 display ;)

Kyleryant 35 points 36 months ago

Ever since installing this card I've had gamer chicks calling me to MMO and chill every night.

codezer0 10 points 34 months ago
from completed build 4K Gaming Deployed

Blazing fast card. How fast? At least every time that I'd been able to measure its GPU clocks, even at default behavior, it's boost clocking into 1,400~1598MHz on GPU core. So clearly, it's doing something right.

We have PhysX, Shadowplay available, and even by itself, it has been running every game I've thrown at it thus far at 4K resolutions. What's not to love? Simply, its nonreference design means no waterblocks available. Neither from eVGA itself, nor from EK.

Chaz27 18 points 34 months ago

Tiny bit of coil whine, but shes powerful and all I need for 1440p.

Powkhenai 9 points 8 months ago
from completed build Highly Concentrated Dark Matter

I bought this about a month before the 10 series cards were released because I live under a rock and don't pay enough attention... I used it to build an EGPU for my 2012 MBP so that I could play higher fidelity games and run an HTC Vive. That worked pretty well for a while, but I eventually got tired of every windows update breaking my EGPU drivers, so I decided to cannibalize the EGPU and just build a proper gaming machine. The graphics card has done an admirable job of keeping up with my ridiculous ideas so far, so I can't complain.