The first image of the GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AORUS WaterForce EX is released on internet, a high performance graphics card that uses the GP102 core based on NVIDIA’s Pascal architecture.
This means 3,584 shaders, 224 textured units, 88 raster units, 352-bit bus and 11 GB of GDDR5X at 11 GHz effective. However, as we can see in the image mounts a dissipation system based on liquid cooling, allowing it to reduce temperatures in a much more effective way than standard systems based on air cooling.
As it is obvious the use of this dissipation system implies that the GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AORUS WaterForce EX has a totally different design to the reference model. The PCB has been customized to withstand all changes without problems and the VR Link system has been integrated, which offers additional HDMI connectors to facilitate the use of virtual reality kits.
The card comes with an RGB LED lighting system and will use two additional 8-pin power connectors. We do not know the frequencies of work, but we expect that it comes quite rise of house and that offers a good margin of overclock.
It is a very attractive and interesting solution although we still do not know the price. With everything and seeing the quality of construction that has and the system of refrigeration that assembles we can intuit that will end up prowling the 1120 dollars.
Before ending we leave a curious fact, and is that according to rumors this is the model number 100 of GTX 1080 IT included in its database.