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Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Review | Ragequitters.co.uk

Heat and Noise

 

Next we’ll turn our attention from performance to heat and noise.  Whilst having the best graphics card in the world is great, it means little if it is like having a volcano under your desk that sounds like a jet-turbine in operation.

Asus Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti - Heat

The Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti once again performs incredibly well – despite the significant increase in performance, the new Maxcontact Technology heatsink does an outstanding job of absorbing the increased TDP of the GTX 1080 Ti and allows it to operate at 68oC under full load – identical to its GTX 1080 brother.

Moving on to noise, while we lack the equipment to measure it accurately, subjectively the Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was very quiet in operation for the most part.  The majority of the time you could not hear the fans on the GPU produce any noise than was louder the the combination of the Coolermaster HAF-X case fans, the Coolermaster Nepton 140XL all-in-one CPU cooler and the Zalman ZM1000-HP power supply in our test rig.

As an added bonus, the fans do not even spin when the card is not under load – ideal for when you are using your PC for non-gaming tasks to reduce the noise even further.

2 comments

  1. Now that’s a damned fine review Mr T. 😉
    You make me regret going with the EVGA 1080 Ti SC (Superclocked) GPU after reading this. 🙂

  2. gregs2k2 gregs2k2 says:

    Damn fine review Sir, well worth the wait. 🙂 Especially liking the OC portion with additional benchmarks. gg indeed. 🙂

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