( 4.8 Average / 17 Ratings )
The TI'S NEVER FAIL
Seems to be working well so far, was able to overclock it quite a bit and am impressed with its performance.
Love it. Some regret on not getting a 1080ti but seeing as I will not be getting another gpu of any type it seems for quite awhile, I will be content. It is a beast and I have it clocked to 2088mhtz. I can't wait to see if there will be enough support for sli in the future to make it worth while or am I going to have to upgrade.
Wonderful GPU, haven't run into any issues thus far. Runs every game I have at 144+ fps (besides PUBG)
Everyone knows the story with the market and the prices for GPUs. I paid maybe $100 over MSRP for this but I feel okay with that given the other options for paying almost 2x MSRP for a 1080ti.
I have been able to play every game I want on Ultra/max settings with my monitor set to 1440p @ 144hz but I don't know that the games I play are the most demanding.
Games include Doom, CS:GO, Diablo 3, Battlefront II, Destiny 2.
Excellent cooler, excellent performance, however, no backplate. Not that the card's back is visible from dark TG.
Wow. Chomps through whatever I give it at at least 120 fps at 1440p. The aesthetics on this card are literally perfect too. I also got Destiny 2 for free with this card; yup, its amazing. EVGA are fabulous for providing the step-up program too if the new RTX cards are worth my money.
Not a bad GPU, upgraded from a 1060 6GB. Wish the logo was RGB like it should've been. I can play most games at High & Medium settings. Doesn't get too hot or noisy either, which is great.
Freaking beast, this gpu eats up everything pubg, fortnite. bo4 and csgo. All games 144fps and higher at 1080p and on ultra. 10/10 recommend this gpu.
Not the greatest looking card visually, and my overclock is only stable at a bit less than what others seem to be getting. Still a solid buy if you can get it for <$400 (which I did).