Tuesday, March 7th 2017

COLORFUL Unleashes the GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition

COLORFUL Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, announces the most powerful GeForce graphics card ever created with the latest GPU from NVIDIA, the COLORFUL GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition. Featuring 3584 CUDA Cores and 11GB of GDDR5X memory, the COLORFUL GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition is faster than a TITAN X and ensures incredible gaming performance in 4K or VR-supported titles. This is the Ultimate Geforce, made for the ultimate gamers.

With boost clocks up to 1582Mhz, the 3584 CUDA Cores deliver excellent performance complimented by the 11GB of GDDR5X wired to a 352-bit bus giving an incredible 484GB/s of memory bandwidth designed to deliver uncompromising performance in any title at Ultra HD 4K resolution or a smooth VR experience.

The COLORFUL GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition is expected to be available on March 10th, 2017, with custom design COLORFUL GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards following soon.
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15 Comments on COLORFUL Unleashes the GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition

#1
bonehead123
"most powerful card every created".....

hahahaha, probably the most EXPENSIVE one too :) :D

Whats with the 11GB of vram, seems like an odd amount to me, or possibly just a last minute cost saving move on their part, to up their margin % a tad and show the bean counters that they are looking out for the shareholders...

just plain lame IMHO.....
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#2
ZoneDymo
bonehead123 said:
"most powerful card every created".....

hahahaha, probably the most EXPENSIVE one too :) :D

Whats with the 11GB of vram, seems like an odd amount to me, or possibly just a last minute cost saving move on their part, to up their margin % a tad and show the bean counters that they are looking out for the shareholders...

just plain lame IMHO.....
a little bit of research might help in the future:
https://www.techpowerup.com/231282/reference-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-pcb-compared-with-titan-x-pascal
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#3
N3M3515
Again with the "founder's edition" bs....
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#4
TheinsanegamerN
These press releases are so chock full of PR dribble. It's hilarious to read.

Also, I believe the titan XP is more powerful then this, so the title of "most powerful geforce" is suspect.
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#5
Slizzo
N3M3515 said:
Again with the "founder's edition" bs....
Eh, it's just a rename of "reference". At least the cost is the same now and there's no overcharge for it.
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#6
EarthDog
Are these FE cards different as far as clockspeeds and such between AICs? I see a news article on every one (....), but, they are reference.. the only thing different is the box, right?

Ne
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#7
Slizzo
EarthDog said:
Are these FE cards different as far as clockspeeds and such between AICs? I see a news article on every one (....), but, they are reference.. the only thing different is the box, right?

Ne
Just as before with the 1080, if it's a Founder's Edition, it adheres to NVIDIA's spec; just has stickers and branding from the different OEMs.
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#9
ratirt
Any test of this card yet? Can't find any.
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#10
Gundem
Slizzo said:
Eh, it's just a rename of "reference". At least the cost is the same now and there's no overcharge for it.
But "Reference" still sounds better I think.
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#11
CounterZeus
bonehead123 said:
"most powerful card every created".....

hahahaha, probably the most EXPENSIVE one too :) :D

Whats with the 11GB of vram, seems like an odd amount to me, or possibly just a last minute cost saving move on their part, to up their margin % a tad and show the bean counters that they are looking out for the shareholders...

just plain lame IMHO.....
11GB is not a weird amount, memory bus has been cut to 11/12, so memory amount as well. Remember 970 4GB fiasco? They rather sell it with 1GB less memory than do some shenanigans and get flak again for lying/poor marketing.
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#12
Slizzo
ratirt said:
Any test of this card yet? Can't find any.
NDA is release day, March 10th.
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#13
ratirt
Slizzo said:
NDA is release day, March 10th.
Yeah I read about it. Like with Ryzen and Vega there's always some leaks and stuff and Engineering samples benches but I got nothing. I guess I will have to wait.
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#14
ratirt
Well saw the results on TPU about the 1080Ti and I must say they look awesome. This card in every benchmark was faster than Titan and in 2 some titles in 4k I noticed a gap between them of over 10 FPS's. NV has done a good job comparing to it's previous releases 1080 and Titan cutting the price 40% from titan's value. Although it is still a bit high if you ask me though. Wonder how will Vega do in that case and why NV was so eager to release the card now.
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#15
Prima.Vera
Gundem said:
But "Reference" still sounds better I think.
Neh. Sounds more generic actually...
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