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  1. Hey Guys, We here at Gigabyte/ Aorus are excited to be bringing you the newest flagship card from our line-up: The Aorus GTX1080ti Xtreme Edition Featuring our patented stack fan cooler, the Aorus GTX1080ti Xtreme Edition ensures that the entire PCB is cooled, with no space on the card left uncovered. With our Gigabyte Ultra Durable guarantee and our aerospace grade PCB coating, your card is made to last. Powered by the amazingly powerful pascal architecture from Nvidia, the Aorus GTX1080ti Xtreme Edition brings unprecedented performance without compromises, and also featuring full RGB customisability on all sides of the card (Backplate Aorus logo, Aorus logo on the side, and RGB X on the cooler). In addition to the 3 fan cooling solution, the Aorus GTX1080ti Xtreme Edition also comes with a copper backplate that helps to dissipate heat from the rear of the GPU, utilizing extra surface area through grooved fins on the copper backplate. This leads to lower fan speeds at the same operating temperature, or lower temperatures at the same fan speeds, increasing overall performance! In addition, we are proud to have an Xtremely comprehensive I/O on the card, including upto 3 HDMI displays (With one extra HDMI port at the front of the card), 3 DP displays, and still including one DVI-D output. And featuring 4 years of warranty when registered at the AORUS website, you can rest easy knowing your card is covered. We hope you're as excited as we are for this new top-of-the-line graphics card
  2. I've got a Gigabyte G1 GTX1070 (8GB) graphics card and I need to connect it to a Samsung SyncMaster 940N monitor with only VGA input. Note: I only want to connect the card to this one monitor, not two or three. The output sockets on the card are DVI-D, Displayport (as far as I can tell they aren't DP++ Displayports) and HDMI. So obviously, I need something that will convert one of these to VGA. I've looked at going through the DVI-D port, but this seems to be an expensive route, with the cheapest reliable adapters beginning around $40-50. Displayport seems a bit cheaper: the cheapest (apparently) reliable adapter I've seen there is $24. So far, browsing the market has been a confusing and stressful exercise, as there are adapters for both of these sockets that will apparently fit in the sockets, but won't actually transmit a proper picture to the monitor! In the case of the Displayport adapters, I apparently need an "active" adapter, not a "passive" one, but very few of the adapters I encounter on the market state one way or another which kind they are! So now I'm looking in to my options with the HDMI port and I'm afraid that it will be an equally confusing situation. It seems whoever invented these damned ports didn't standardize them! e.g. a DP++ Displayport is visually identical to a non-DP++ port, but they require completely differant hardware to make a VGA connection, and NOBODY, not the card manufacturer, not the adapter manufacturer or merchants seem to explicitly state this! There are HDMI-to-VGA cables going for around $6 on ebay, but considering what I've discovered thus far about the other sockets on the card, I'm feeling like these cables are too good to be true and that for some reason they won't actually work. Can someone give me a bit of insight as to what my best (i.e. cheapest reliable) option is for connecting my card to my monitor?
  3. Hey guys, First of all, apologies if this post is in the wrong space. I was thinking the other day, now that the 10 series (1050, 1060, 1070 & 1080) NVIDIA graphics cards are out, the previous generation are dropping in price. At the moment, I'm currently running with an MSI GeForce GTX 970 Gaming. Most games I get nice performance but I'm starting to see the limitations of the card on newer graphics intensive games that are coming out. I'm not ready to make a full upgrade to say a 1070 but was thinking if I found another of the same 970 card, it might be worth picking up at a reduced price. What are people's thoughts on this. Is it worth running two of these cards in SLI? Will this really give me much of a worthwhile graphics improvement? My knowledge is a little sparce on this topic so any info would be of help. Thanks.
  4. Roscosity

    Watercooled GTX980ti

    Gigabyte just launched its new Watercooled GTX980ti, bringing a fully enclosed PCB, allowing for the VRAM to be cooled with water as well. The Watercooled 980ti looks to be one of the most powerful single VGAs on the market now, what do you guys think of Watercooled PCBs? Video Review of the Watercooled GTX980ti Specifications: Core clock of 1216MHz boost to 1317MHz 384 bit Mem Bus 6GB of VRAM Features: PCB Coating to promote durability and lifespan RGB LED Illumination
  5. Gigabyte just launched its new edition of the 900 series from Nvidia, with superior cooling and base clock rates without an increase in power requirements, the new graphics cards from Gigabyte look set to be the high-end graphics cards for those who want the most out of their gaming rigs. What're your thoughts and opinions of the new series? Link for more info: http://www.gigabyte.com/press-center/news-page.aspx?nid=1405
  6. Hi all, I'm upgrading my graphics card and have a large number of cards to choose from in my price range. These cards all differ in price by no more than around $50, so it's down to specifications and real-word performance to make the decision. Does anyone have input as to which card may be the best choice (or ones to avoid)? 3G GTX 780 Ti Gigabyte-GHz 4G GTX 970 Gainward (3354) 4G GTX 970 Gainward-Phantom (3361) 4G GTX 970 Asus Turbo-OC 4G GTX 970 Asus STRIX OC 4G GTX 970 Gigabyte OC (WF3OC) 4G GTX 970 G1 Gaming 4G GTX 970 Twin Turbo OC Thanks, jt
  7. Hi knowledgeable people of the PC world, I need some advice. So I've had my gaming PC for about 2 years now, and I'm beginning to notice my framerates to be not up where I want them to be with some newer games. My current graphics card is a Gigabyte Radeon HD7870 2GB. Along with wanting to run at the higher graphics settings on new games, I do a fair bit of modding in Skyrim and am noticing that it really starts to struggle at times. I've played with overclocking but without much noticeable improvement. So, time to upgrade I figure! I'm looking at a GeForce GTX 970, seems to be the best in my price range. Okay, questions. What sort of improvement can I expect going from my old card to new one? Will it be able to run all my pretty Skyrim mods and most newer games on ultra? Is there any issue with me swapping out my AMD card for NVIDIA? There are a few different versions of the GTX 970, such as GTX 970 G1 Gaming (Gigabyte) and GTX 970 Gaming (MSI). Are there any differences or are these just the different names given by the different named brands? My system specs are: CPU - Intel Core i5 3570 3.4GHz RAM - Kingston DDR3 8GB OS - Windows 7.1 Storage - 1 x 128GB Sandisk SSD, 2 x 2TB Toshiba HDD Power Supply - Corsair 600W Sorry for long post! Any help or advice would be awesome! Cheers!
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