Asus is taking a second stab at the GTX 1080 following its Strix-branded effort. The new ROG GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Poseidon still features two stock fans, but everything else around the card is geared to premium water-cooling performance.
The Poseidon features a giant cooling block, custom circuit board, and a factory overclock. The card’s designed to run under either the dual-fans, or water-cooling, so it’s pretty versatile. The fans feature ASUS FanConnect II fan headers and a tuning options courtesy of GPU Tweak II for even better cooling, while the DirectCU H20 block has a 22 per cent flow-rate increase over the previous generation.
And it also features Asus’s RGB Aura lighting for the usual gaming bling. The card will be available later this month.
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