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ASUS STRIX-GTX980-DC2OC-4GD5 GeForce GTX 980 4GB GDDR5 graphics card - graphics cards (NVIDIA, GeForce GTX 980, 1178 MHz, 1279 MHz, 4 GB, GDDR5)
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- CUDA cores2048
- Grafica enginenvidia GeForce GTX 980
- featuresdual slot doppia ventola di raffreddamento ventola design super
- Bus typepci Express 30 x16
- interfacesdvii 3 x DisplayPort HDMI
Offerte speciali e promozioni
ASUS Strix GTX 980 gaming graphics cards packed with exclusive ASUS technologies, including DirectCU II for cooler, quieter and faster performance for incredible action gaming, and 0dB fan technology for light gameplay in total silence and Blu-ray movie playback that's free from distracting background noise. Strix GTX 980 features exclusive ASUS DIGI+ voltage-regulator module (VRM) technology and 10-phase Super Alloy Power components for enhanced durability and cooling. Strix GTX 980 has 4GB of high-speed GDDR5 video memory.
DirectCU II with 0dB Fan Technology
30% cooler. Silent gaming.
Exclusive DirectCU II cooling technology outperforms reference designs with an exclusive 10mm heatpipe that transports 40% more heat away from the GPU — a first for the industry! The design also includes 220%-larger heat-dissipation: this means performance that's 30% and three-times (3X) quieter than reference for ultra-stable hardcore gaming with very low noise. And Strix ups the ante still further with 0dB fan technology that lets you enjoy games like League of Legends® and StarCraft® in complete silence — because the fan stops completely when the GPU temperature remains below a set level.
DIGI+ VRM with Super Alloy Power
30% less power noise and 2.5X greater durability
Acclaimed DIGI+ VRM has been applied via a 10-phase power design that uses digital voltage regulators to minimize power noise by 30%, enhance power efficiency by 15%, widen voltage modulation tolerance, and improve overall stability and longevity by 2.5 times over reference.
GPU Tweak with Streaming
Real-time intuitive graphics tuning
- Shows detailed specs and actual card status with GPU-Z
- Monitoring widget provides real-time detailed multi-parameter info
- Automatically checks and updates drivers and BIOS versions
Stream online instantly
GPU Tweak streaming tool that lets you share on-screen action in real time – so others can watch live as games are played. It's even possible to add to the streaming window scrolling text, pictures and webcam images.
CUDA cores: 2048
Cooling type: Active
DVI-I ports quantity: 1
Depth: 288.6 mm
Discrete graphics adapter memory: 4 GB
DisplayPorts quantity: 3
Graphics adapter memory type: GDDR5
Graphics processor: GeForce GTX 980
Graphics processor family: NVIDIA
HDMI ports quantity: 1
HDMI version: 2.0
Height: 40.9 mm
Interface type: PCI Express 3.0
Memory bus: 256 bit
Memory clock speed: 7010 MHz
Processor boost clock speed: 1279 MHz
Processor frequency: 1178 MHz
Supplementary power connectors: 1x 6-pin, 1x 8-pin
TV tuner integrated: N
Width: 134.4 mm
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1. Geforce experience and the control panel were so easy to install and keep updated. I have owned AMD/ATI for about 7 years and it was never as easy as that was. I can now look at the drivers, optimize games with a button, shadowplay and the best part for me is updating the drivers. Crazy. Everything was in tow. The drivers responded well to every game and I didn't have to fiddle with them like I did previously to get them to work correctly in games.
2. I almost forgot I was playing with MY computer in the middle of crisis 3 game. It was so quiet. Like I really couldn't believe it. When the cards aren't doing anything they are off which is great but even in game the fans are so quiet compared to the reference 6970 cards that I always prepared for and could here even when It was stuffed away behind my desk. The case was open and right next to me and I bet I heard more noise from the CPU fan than I did the cards. Best part was the cards never went above 73c. Not even the sandwiched one.
3. Everything plays on max. There is nothing these cards can't do. I play at 1080 with 120hz monitor and it just destroys like nothing before.
4. The power consumption is so little compared to how powerful they are. They already come pre overclocked but you can go even more and not have to worry. This was a reason I didn't upgrade sooner to a 290x or 780ti cause my 850w could take them but with a smaller overclock than these could.
It's not that its without a few issues though. So let me break it down.
- Crazy fast
- Super quiet
- Super cool
- Low wattage
- Sexy design
- Pre overclocked with room for more
- Easy install and set up
- Multiple ports for all kinds of set-UPS
- Nice backplate to keep it cool and so you can hold it without worrying of breaking something
- Very big, be careful. It was much taller and longer but not thicker than my old cards. I couldn't get it fit with my HAF X case with the side fan tunnel. Once I took off the little tunnel thing, it was okay.
- Blows hot air around case. The reference cards take the air and shoot it out the ass end but these cards although very cool, kind of make the case hotter.
- SLI does not working for every game. As in the profiles have not been made. The game still runs great on one card just kind of a waste. But you can trick some games into using both cards by setting up a profile.
- One that came looked like the cooler wasn't on as good as the other. It had more give. It works fine and is cool but just slightly worrying.
I am 100% happy with my purchase. It was the best upgrade I could have done and I wouldn't have picked another supplier. Amazing cards
To begin, just so a potential customer knows a little about me so as to weigh my opinion against others, I have been building computers for about ten years now. I am A+ and Network+ certified, and have worked the area of computers officially for the better part of three years. What started as a hobby is now my job. I surely don't know everything nor should I be considered an expert on the topic, I just happen to know a couple things and my way around a computer. I'm sure many others can say the same. Take that with as many grains of salt as you wish. On to the review.
Aesthetically speaking, this card takes the cake. The color scheme and design is of course user preference, but I for one find it absolutely fantastic. I have the Maximus Formula VII motherboard, also with the ROG scheme, so this matches my current setup perfectly. The backplate, while not providing any real thermal benefit, does give the card a bit rigidness and stability which the card does require because of its size. The fans are of decent size and are quite noiseless, even under load (so far to date). The load bearing LED is helpful though its accuracy is debatable; I suspect software patches will increase its effectiveness over time, so I can't fault the card just yet as it is relatively new. But it's still a nice touch. The power LEDs are very helpful and let you know if the card is receiving power; upon insertion into the slot, they will glow red indicating that the card is seated but power has not yet been applied. Once proper power is given, the LEDs turn solid white. I'm sure this will be helpful when diagnosing future problems when trying to rule out power-related issues.
As stated earlier, I'm not a heavy overclocker as of yet. I have however been able to achieve stable clock speeds exceeding 1400MHz on the GPU, and 7060MHz on the memory side of things. Not jaw dropping mind you, but very reasonable considering I am only on air-cooling at the moment. Temperatures have also been quite good, with the card barely topping out in the high sixties (Celsius) during heavy gaming. At idle it sits very comfortably at twenty seven degrees. The reference cooler, if my memory serves correctly, allows for around eighty degrees under load - quite a big difference considering I haven't modified my cooling components. I think this speaks to ASUS and their design implantation. But that is one man's opinion.
I consider the software straight forward and simple, something others may or may not appreciate. With the click of the mouse one can modify clock speeds of just about anything as well as fan speeds. By default access is given for the boost clock, memory clock and fan speed but there are a host of other options available. And most tweaking can be done without touching the voltage. But if one wishes the voltage can be unlocked and cranked up, so seasoned overclockers aren't hindered by the over-simplified approach of GPU Tweak. The monitoring extension of GPU Tweak is very good, as it tracks anything and everything about your card. If you haven't been blessed with a second monitor where you can watch temps in real time as you game, the program tracks maximum and minimum values, so upon exiting a game for example, you can see what temp your card topped out at. Same goes for clock speeds and fan RPMs.
I love this card. This card has taken everything I've thrown at it without breaking a sweat. Longevity will of course be the ultimate decider, but for now I'm very satisfied. Expensive? Yes, there's no denying that. And there's nothing wrong with other cards from EVGA or GIGABYTE or whatever. I just happen to like ASUS and don't mind paying a little more. Choice is yours. I'd recommend if you are a gamer and plan on doing some hardcore-like things in the future (liquid cooling/nitrogen), but there is nothing wrong with keeping it on air, at least in my eyes. I'd also recommend obtaining drivers from Nvidia and utilizing their GeForce Experience program - might be all just marketing, but the program will help keep your drivers up to date. Video-game specific drivers have also been released, most notably Advanced Warfare and GTA V, so that is helpful in keeping on track. My rig is posted below as are some of the games that I play, so as to help you gauge if my findings are even relevant to your situation. Average frames per second are also given.
Core i7 4790k 4.0GHZ (OC'd to 4.6GHz)
16GB 1600MHz RAM
Intel 730 SSD
Matrix GTX 980
Enermax Coenus Mid-Tower Case
ASUS 27" 120Hz Monitor
Dead Space 3: 80 - 110 FPS
GTA V: 50 - 60 FPS
Rome II Total War: 65 - 90 FPS
Battlefield 4: 55 - 75 FPS
Mirrors Edge: 60 - 75 FPS
Half-Life 2: 120 FPS
Performance - 10/10.
- High stable overclock right out of the box.
- Starts off at 1241Mhz with a 1342Mhz boost, but if need be can be overclocked to around 1400-1500Mhz depending on the cooling quite well.
- It can be a little loud, but I would expect nothing other than a little noise from this powerhouse of a card.
Design - 8/10
- Personal opinion, but I have always loved the ROG designs, they absolutely blow me away.
- The LEDs lighting up to inform you of the stability of the overclock / load of the card is a bit frusterating, but it has been said it will be fixed in the future.
Overall Score 9/10
- It's simply a great graphics card. I can safely trust ASUS with my money as over the years I have had many great experiences with them. Their support is good and their quality even better.
- The overclocking potential for this card is insane, but don't let the knowledge that this is generally considered an "overclocker's card" stray you away from potentially considering it. The base clock is more than enough for a die hard gamer, and the overclocking potential is more than enough for the die hard overclocker. For me, it fits the bill on both ends, as this honestly could be anyone's card who is looking to max out games on their new high-res display(s) :D.
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