Introduction to the GTX 1080
Nvidia released the GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card in 2016, it was built on the next-generation Pascal architecture that promised to be the fastest processing technology to date. Nvidia claims the GTX 1080 is faster than it's professional-grade model Nvidia Titan X, this means gamers now can achieve true 4K at Ultra settings along with all other professional gaming design and video editing processing with the GTX 1080.
Processing Power and Resolution
The GTX 1080 will ensure that users can play favourite AAA games titles on 4K at 30FPS to 40FPS resolution. It will give competitive and experienced gamers the chance to boost their refresher rates and push the limits of their high settings to achieve super detailed textures and higher frames per second during intensive gameplay. The GTX 1080 will make everything look hyper-realistic, seamlessly playable and all the more enjoyable. Games can be enjoyed on Ultra Settings that were not possible with previous Geforce GTX 1000s models.
When playing for long durations overclocking is a major concern for gamers. Overclocking happens when the CPU or GPU component's clock rate is running it at an increased speed than it was originally designed to handle.
The GeForce GTX 1080 has a heat sink cooling system designed to tackle this very issue, it ensures the machine is kept at normal functioning temperature through its advanced copper plate, a backplate and a cooling fan mechanism.
It comes with features like NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0, NVIDIA TXAA, and NVIDIA PhysX, Plus, with NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience built right into its drivers you can expect it to deliver the ultimate gaming and VR gaming experience on your laptop and desktops.
WIth the 1080 GPU gamers will be able to enjoy 1440p gaming at high-to-max settings. To achieve 4K resolution the medium-to-high settings can handle most player intensive games. Virtual Reality is also possible to experience with the GTX 1080. Games including Fortnite, PUBG, Star Wars: Battlefront, The Witcher 3, World of Warcraft and Call of Duty Black Ops can be played at high settings with 60 FPS.