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Black Friday Deals for GTX 1080 Ti, 1080, 1070, 1060 and 1050 on eBay

The day that we’ve been waiting for. The black friday 2017, where we got lots of awesome deals for our wishlist item this includes Computer peripheral like graphics card. To celebrate this events and give you one click shop for your graphics card especially the NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 10-series graphics card. It’s been already a year since this Pascal technology card appear on the market and the price from last year didn’t change at all up to this date, this is because of the crypto mining craze going in the market.

So we’ve listed below one of the best deal that you can get this Black Friday.

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Card (352bit, 11GB [...]

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NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Unveiled with $699 Price Tag

Just a week ago, NVIDIA set up a launching page for their new product with TI highlighted in the text and most people know it was for GTX 1080 Ti. Now at WDC 2017, NVIDIA finally unveiled it’s one of the latest flagship and most awaited GPU of GTX 10 series card, the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti which is way faster than GTX 1080 by 20% to 40% and almost outperforms the power of GTX Titan X.

Based from the benchmark chart above, we see GTX 1080 Ti is by 1.4 faster than GTX 1080 tested in Hitman Pro, Battlefield 1, The Division, Doom 4 and other game. If you’re using an 144Hz and 4k monitor display, the GTX 1080 ti is likely the GPU you’ve been [...]

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NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti will Have 10GB of RAM

The upcoming GTX 10 series card of NVIDIA the GTX 1080 Ti will be having an RAM upgrade with 10GB of RAM. We all knew this card will coming, but we are clueless if what really the specification for the card. Why 10GB of Ram? Well the GTX 1080 is powered with 8GB of RAM and GTX Titan X has 12GB, so the GTX 1080 Ti should sit in the middle with 10GB of RAM. Doing that customer will still buy GTX Titan X and it lure customer on buying GTX 1080 Ti over GTX 1080.

According the tweaktown, the GTX 1080 Ti should probably use the GP102 GPU, same chip used on GTX Titan X. It will also have 384bit of memory interface use for multi-monitor and 4k gaming.

When the card comes up, we [...]