The power of the GTX 1080 Ti is unbeatable until now and we have come across something even more powerful. The Asus ROG Poseidon Platinum GTX 1080 Ti has the ability to push its overclocked GTX 1080Ti GPU over 2GHz which itself is a massive figure. But adding something more to it, let’s talk about the cooling options for the card now. First, let’s jump into the card’s specifications.

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Specification

  • Graphics Engine Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
  • Bus Standard PCI Express 3.0
  • Video Memory 11GB GDDR5X
  • Engine Clock
  • Gaming Mode – GPU Boost Clock 1,708 MHz, GPU Base Clock 1,594 MHz
  • OC Mode – GPU Boost Clock 1,733 MHz, GPU Base Clock 1,620 MHz
  • CUDA Core count 3,584
  • Memory Clock
  • Gaming Mode 11,010 MHz
  • OC Mode 11,100 MHz
  • Memory Controller 352-bit
  • Interfaces 1x DVI-D, 2x HDMI 2.0, 2x Display Port
  • Power Connectors 2x 8-pin
  • Supports OpenGL4.5
  • Software Asus GPU Tweak II & Driver
  • Dimensions 298mm x 158mm x 50mm

The First Look

Looking at the Asus ROG Poseidon Platinum GTX 1080 Ti for the first time, what we have is a regular-looking premium graphics card with a dual fan setup. The cooling system installed in the card uses an open two-and-a-half slot design so the Poseidon works perfectly fine without using the fans until the temperature hits 55 degrees. After the 55 degrees mark, the fans are turned on so that better care of cooling is taken afterward.

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Additional Features

With two Display Port connectors, 2x HDMI 2.0 and 1x DVI-D in place, the card comes with Asus Fan Connect II feature. Also, the card has two 4-pin fan headers so that the PWM and DC can work fine. We are digging deep into this, so stay tuned until we find out more interesting things about the ROG Poseidon Platinum GTX 1080 Ti by ASUS for you.

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