Currently the market is filled with different variants of the recently launched GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. Which is the top end gaming solution from Nvidia, designed for gamers who want to play at 4k. It’s easy to get your hands on an air cooled GTX 1080 Ti. But what if you want to take full advantage from your graphics card. Well then liquid cooling is the way to go. Though currently there are a hand full to choose from. Where the recently launched GTX 1080 Ti AORUS Waterforce WB XE is the best among the bunch.
The GTX 1080 Ti AORUS Waterforce Wb XE, being a liquid cooled graphics card. Can only be equipped into a gaming PC which already consists of a liquid cooling setup. The water block on the The GTX 1080 Ti AORUS Waterforce Wb XE is also of high quality. Where the GPU is enclosed between a copper base and back plate. This should also ensure that the liquid cooling is very effective, taking away all the heat generated from the GPU. Aside from the GPU the water block on the The GTX 1080 Ti AORUS Waterforce Wb XE, also cools down the memory chips and MOSFET as well.
So what kind of performance will users be getting with the The GTX 1080 Ti AORUS Waterforce Wb XE graphics card? Well there are two modes to choose from including a Gaming and OC mode. The Gaming Mode comes with a base and boost clock of 1607 MHz and 1721 MHz respectively. While the OC Mode comes with a base and boost clock of 1632 MHz and 1746 Mhz respectively.
Being a liquid cooled card the GTX 1080 Ti AORUS Waterforce Wb XE, can go beyond the above mentioned frequencies. Where users shouldn’t have any problem exceeding the 2GHz mark under cool temperatures. Though in order to power this liquid cooled beast, users would need a dual 8 pin PCIe connector.