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GTX 1080 Overview + Benchmarks

what's up guys is ad from Texas and in this quick video we're gonna be taking a look at the GTX 1080 performance and see how well it runs games in 1080p and 4k it will be tons of GPU comparisons in the next few days so if you guys are new to the channel make sure to hit that subscribe button because you don't want to miss out so Before we jump into the gaming benchmarks let's take a quick look at the card itself so the GTX 1080 founders edition will start at $6.99 and features a 16:07 megahertz base clock speed which can be boosted up to 17 33 megahertz and only needs a single 8 pin PCIe connector to power it up in fact that only uses 180 watts which is only 15 more than the GTX 980 there's also a nice upgrade and memory the gddr5 has now been replaced by gddr5 X which is basically a new memory technology that allows the 1080s 8 gigabyte of memory to perform more than one third quicker with a bump in bandwidth up from 7 gigabits per second to 10 gigabits per second unfortunately the actual memory width is not being increased and still has a 256 bit bus which most likely means that there will be future 1080p AI cards with a wider 384-bit bus in terms of i/o we have three display points which are DisplayPort 1.4 ready one HDMI and one digital DVI ports both GTX 1080 and 1070 cards will support DisplayPort 1.3 and HDMI 2.0 offering HDR support and allowing pascal's GPUs to support 1080p and 144 P displays at 240 Hertz also the ultra wide 1440p displays will be supported at 180 Hertz and 4k displays will be supported at 120 Hertz that's pretty impressive your movie MD lastly the aesthetics look amazing by far the coolest looking graphics card I have seen at least from the front but turning it over to the backside not so much I honestly hate the way the back plate looks it's just too bland for my taste but moving on to benchmarks so the piece I'm going to use for the benchmarks is black snow which is running on a 6700 K at stock clock speeds I'm also using Asus z170 deluxe motherboard 16 bytes of RAM and an H 100 I v2 CPU cooler for 5 spec benchmarks that scored a 16,000 794 for the regular test a 93 17 for the extreme and a 5032 for the ultra moving on to the unit in heaven benchmark the 1080 got an average frame count of 100 55.74 1080p on Ultra settings and 36.6 for the 4k version for Metro last light and 1080p on very high settings the average frame rate was 150 point 7 and 30 point zero 4 on the 4k benchmark and finally for GTA 5 1080p on max settings the GT x 1080 pulls an average frame rate of 76 points 73 whereas at 4k resolution it only got an average FPS of 24 point 47 please keep in mind that these settings are completely maxed out and adjusting a few options will get you higher frame rates these are just for comparison reason since I will be using these exact same settings on all my benchmark tests and finally for temps the GTX 1080 got up to 83 degrees Celsius during full load and around 38 degrees during idle I will be comparing the GTX 1080 against the 980 denying a TTI and even a Titan X but if there's a specific card you guys want to see the comparison on make sure to drop your comments down below that's basically the thing guys so much for watching make sure you subscribe to the channel so you don't miss out on my future content and I'll see you in the next video
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