( 4.8 Average / 5 Ratings )
no complaints except the price.
Unfortunatly as I began collecting parts in December '17 the whole GPU / Mining thing kicked off and the 1080ti's I wanted quickly either went out of stock or shot up in price. A real bad time to build anything, especially with DRAM pricing the way it is also... Being a little (i.e. VERY) impatient and having 99% of the parts sat there ticking out their warranties in boxes I took the plunge to purchase a Star Wars Titan XP direct from Nvidia. In stock, delivered next day and not subject to the price rises seen in stores.
At the time of purchase a 1080ti (that was in stock) was pushing over £900 for a decent brand/design - Still A LOT of money but if I was going to break my bank account - I'd at least have something nice to look at. And boy is it beautiful!
I received this GPU as an academic grant, and it does work great. Our research is often VRAM limited, so I do appreciate every extra bit of memory (12 GB here vs 11 GB on the 1080 Ti). However, even considering that, the 1080 Ti is still clearly better for price/performance, especially with all the used cards on the market lately.
Great card. didn't buy it myself though I like it so far. it is not fastest card in the market. but in most cases, it will work just good.
handles 4k res great.