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Using it to drive a 1440p 144Hz monitor, for FPS games and for AAA titles. Eats up anything I throw at it. PUBG can run 60FPS at max settings, though I play lower settings to reach past ~110FPS for smoother play. Killing Floor 2 runs at 150 FPS at near max settings, with Flex physics (guts and gore) turned off.
Doesn't get absurdly hot either, though I have an aggressive fan curve to keep it as cool as possible. I've peaked around 70C in my setup, where the fans start running 100 percent. The noise is noticable, but I have good headphones and a thick case, so I put up with it for the performance.
I've tinkered with GIGABYTE's AORUS software, mostly to control the RGB logo. I use Afterburner for everything else. AORUS is a little buggy and hard to use, but otherwise acceptable if you're not too picky.
My only issue with this card is the ultra flimsy back-plate. Gigabyte should have done a better job in this area for a high end card like this
Well, when you pay 997$ CAD for a video card, want it to work right ?
Not mine, black screen for nothing, coil whine, the left fan do not working at all....
After 2 days (brand news) RMA time.....
8 september 2017: Waiting for my new GTX 1080TI from newegg (free remplacement)
Has been great so far, no coil whine. Has rgb lights that pop 'fan stop' when the fans stop. recommended!