FourFourThree has launched a new GeForce GTX 960 Ti review, with our latest sample being the flagship GeForce GTX 980 Ti, which has been confirmed to be the flagship card of the company.
The GTX 960Ti has the same price as the GeForce GTX 965Ti but comes with more power, the same CUDA cores, and a more powerful HBM memory chip, all of which will help make it a great graphics card for gamers and enthusiasts.
The latest GeForce GTX 1060 is Nvidia’s flagship GeForce product, and its flagship model is already well-known to be very well-received.
It has the power to run the most demanding games at 1080p and 1440p, with a more than respectable 3GB of GDDR5 memory running at a blistering 6Gbps.
The GeForce GTX 1070 Ti has a much higher clock speed, and it has a dual-slot design that allows the card to be placed alongside the GTX 960, offering a more affordable solution to gaming enthusiasts.
The card is also much more powerful than the GTX 980Ti, offering 2GB of memory at 1207MHz (4Gbps), and a base clock of 1275MHz (6Gbps).
In this review, we will look at the card’s performance, and at the results it brings to the table.
In the following sections, we’ll look at all the different features, including the new driver version.
In addition to the standard specifications, the GeForce 1080 Ti has been tweaked slightly, and now features 4GB of HBM3 memory, a new power phase and a new TDP of 120W.
The card comes with the new GeForce Game Ready driver, which improves upon the previously-released driver version by introducing a new version of the Vulkan API.
The new version is also a 32-bit codebase with a new shader language.
The graphics card features a pair of HDMI 2.0 ports, which can be used to connect to monitors and TVs.
A dual-link DVI port is also present.
There are two DisplayPort 1.4 connectors on the card, one at the top of the PCB and one at its backside.
The latter connection is connected to the display via a USB 3.0 hub, and has a total of five connectors.
We can see the card has HDMI 2, dual-battery, dual USB 3 ports, and dual DisplayPort connectors.
The USB 3 port is connected by way of a USB Type-C port, while the DisplayPort port is provided by way to the card using a proprietary adapter.
The power button has been moved to the top-left corner, and is now located on the left-hand side.
We’ll be looking at the GeForce 1070 Ti with the GeForce Game Mode 3.4.1 beta driver, and the new NVIDIA Surround Mode.
This driver provides new features, such as a new Dynamic Super Resolution mode, which is designed to improve the game’s performance by enabling the game to scale to different resolutions.
It also features the new Surround Audio Technology, which will allow gamers to surround their game on multiple displays and monitors at the same time.
The Surround mode will be available in beta until November 14th.
The new GeForce Experience app, which lets you manage all of your Nvidia’s apps and games, is available on the GeForce Experience website, and will allow you to view game settings, disable or enable certain features, and also manage your GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and 1070 Ti cards.