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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lineup Surfaces; Reference and Non-Reference Models Galore

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 08:56PM

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti is expected to arrive in the next couple of days or so, and it seems like we'll have quite the selection of cards to choose from. NVIDIA's AIB partners are preparing for a huge lineup of GTX 980 Ti video cards, with reference and non-reference models expected to cater to any interest. Some of the non-reference cards will pack triple fan, hybrid, and even liquid coolers, and of course some overclocked frequencies. EVGA has a full suite of 980 Tis, starting from the SuperClock (SC) reference card to the ACX 2.0+ SC+. There's also a Classified card, a Hydro Copper with a full cover waterblock, and a Hybrid that is a combo air and water cooler. ZOTAC has a similar lineup, with a reference model and then AMP! and AMP! Extreme, which come with boosted clocks and triple fan coolers. There's also an Arctic Storm variant that looks to be anothe hybrid design. Inno3D is the same, with reference, triple fan, and hybrid cooling designs all part of the package.

One unknown is ASUS, which should have some kind of DirectCU III cooler on at least some of its 980 Ti cards. There's no picture showing it off exactly, but a rather nice teaser that shows a triple fan, red LED beast.

All of these cooling options on the 980 Ti will jump to the TITAN X, too, with NVIDIA and its partners showing off custom cooled versions of that monster. EVGA and ZOTAC are bringing those hybrid coolers to the TITAN X for sure, and probably some of the other designs, too. So we should not only see the GTX 980 Ti and all its non-reference models during Computex, but non-reference TITAN X cards as well.

The price of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti is expected to start at $649.99, with models ranging upwards in price from there based on overclock and cooling. The reference cards should all be $649.99, including the EVGA SC model, with others going to $799.99. Some cards may reach the TITAN X in price, but also in performance, so that will be something to keep in mind if you're in need of a high-powered system.

Source: Videocardz.com via WCCFtech

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ccokeman on June 01, 2015 03:28

Throw in 3.....2.......1........!

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