- Sep 21, 2009
Just received shipping confirmation. Selected "Next day AM" at checkout, it will be delivered tomorrow. Which is fantastic, didn't expect it until Saturday.
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Something tells me you'll need water cooling to run at 2GHz+ consistently. With my 1080FE, the best I could get the card to sustain was maybe 1850 on the stock cooling solution. With water cooling, it will run at 2075 for longer than I can stand to play games.
As I recall, this is consistent with all the reviews from shortly after the 1080's release.
My local MC said that they will have some stock tomorrow. I will be there 2 hours early to reserve whatever card i can get. Actually hoping to get a reference card for 699. Thank god for the two year replacement plan, my 980 Ti has been acting stupid lately.
Just got shipping confirmation for tomorrow morning. FWIW, I put in the preorder about 10:05 cst on 3/2. 5 minutes after preorder went live.
Sorry, 10.am. CST on 3/2.
We're talking about what's going down tomorrow.Edit: just saw this though http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, including the NVIDIA Founders Edition, will be available worldwide — across 238 countries and territories — from NVIDIA GeForce partners, including ASUS, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, iGame, Innovision 3D, MSI, Palit, PNY and Zotac, starting March 10th at 10am. Prices, including those for the NVIDIA Founders Edition, start at $699.
I thought the FE's were beating out the AIB cards stock for stock (air cooling) when overclocked - for at least the first few months while the AIB cards were filtering in more and more? I guess it's a YMMV thing but my FE holds 2ghz playing TW3 at 4k which usually tortures the shit out of it. I see the clocks dipping to 1967(ish) sometimes but at a glance it's above 2ghz 80% of the time. With some games it would lock in at 2101 with occasional dips to 2076. I keep a moderate fan curve (probably hits 80% when gaming hard) so my temps stay at 67ish and down.. Though I have extremely good air flow in my case too. That said, with the 1000+ more cuda cores, almost twice the number of transistors, and higher TDP I think getting 2ghz on air with the 1080ti is not a realistic goal. Go go H2O!
It's gonna be brutal. The hype for this card is both well-earned and real.Ya'll remember that recent thread we had on scalpers... Get ready
Dafuq! Where are these cards. Nothing on Amazon or the Egg pisses off KAC!
I didn’t need next-day shipping. Mine are set to arrive Tuesday.
Bummer for anyone looking to pick one up today it seems?
TBH, I'm not sure if AIB are selling stock Nvidia cards. All of them are showing off their custom cards.
It's possible we will only see FE cards on Nvidia.com. Not a "fact" coming from me, but it looks that way.
If that's the case, I will go with a AIB card from EVGA. I'm not paying the tax and high shipping cost just to have a Nvidia card.
I'll try Microcenter when they open
newegg now auto completes "1080 TI" but still no listing