- Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 Ti review
- GPU and memory overview
- Specifications, packaging and hardware overview
- Test Setup
- Results – Nvidia Vulkan API demo
- Results – Cinebench R15
- Results – Civilization VI
- Results – Just Cause 3
- Results – No Man's Sky
- Results – Far Cry 4
- Results – 3DMark + Time Spy
- Results – Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark
- All Pages
Nvidia’s Pascal cards have shown to have some neat overclocking capabilities since the GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 first appeared on the scene last summer. Those cards are capable of achieving 400 to 500MHz base clock increases right out of the box, and it appears the GTX 1080 Ti is no exception.
After running EVGA Precision XOC 6.0.9, we were able to get the base clock offset up to 180 and 190MHz, and the memory offset up to 675MHz before seeing any screen crashes or lock ups. This was using stock voltages and keeping original fan speed curves. We suspect the company’s retail partners will be able to clock their units around the same or even higher depending on the type of cooling systems involved.