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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Overclocking Review

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Overclocked Testing:

Fallout 4:

Bethesda Game Studio's latest Fallout game, Fallout 4, takes us to post-apocalyptic Boston in the year 2287. This first or third-person RPG sees our created character explore the area, take on quests, build settlements, and unravel a long story with plenty of twists and turns. Fallout 4 runs on a modified version of the Creation Engine, the same that powers The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.


  • Ultra Preset
  • Adjust advanced settings to Max






Grand Theft Auto V:

Take a trip back to San Andreas and Blaine County in Grand Theft Auto V, the latest entry in the long-running series. Developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games, the game runs on the RAGE engine with help from Euphoria and Bullet. In GTA V, we get three distinct criminals to control throughout a story with different twists and turns that has us upping the ante in each outing. Or just stealing cars and blowing up a lot of stuff. Your choice, really.




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  • Very High settings





The performance delivered by the GTX 1080 is a massive jump over the current crop of high end cards from NVIDIA, as well as some of the best AMD has to offer in these first two games I have run. Priced aggressively at $599, or $699 for Founders Edition cards, you can get a lot from your money and stay out of the 1K play point that has been the top price point since Titan hit the market. As stellar as the performance curve is for the GTX 1080, you gan get more from overclocking the Micron GDDR5X memory and Pascal core. This takes the "silky smooth" performance all the way to buttery slick! 

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