While we wait for Nvidia to release more information about their upcoming GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, a number of graphics card vendors have already teased their own designs. Technically, Nvidia’s Founders Edition GTX 1080 Ti is the reference card so anything not bearing the Founders Edition cooler shall be included in the list.

The GTX 1080 Ti is based on the GP102 silicon, which is the same GPU utilized by the Titan X Pascal part. With that said, Nvidia has to gimp the specifications to keep it in check at $699.

GTX 1080 TiNVIDIA Titan X (Pascal)GTX 1080
CUDA Cores358435842560
Texture Units224224160
Core ClockN/A1417MHz1607MHz
Boost Clock1582MHz1531MHz1733MHz
Memory Clock11Gbps GDDR5X10Gbps GDDR5X10Gbps GDDR5X
Memory Bus Width352-bit384-bit256-bit


ASUS is the first one to tease their own, and it comes in two – the ROG STRIX and the TURBO. If you like the styling of the past, then the TURBO should appeal to you with its impeller design cooling solution. The ROG STRIX on the other hand is most probably a factory overclocked GTX 1080 TI. Based on the teasers, the STRIX card will feature a DVI out.

EVGA GTX 1080 TI FTW3 Edition

EVGA’s latest carnation of the FTW series is probably my favorite pre-release models out of everything posted here, yet. I mean it looks damn sleek and sexy. The PCB of the card appears to be extended, and power delivery is provided by 8+8 pin PEG power connectors.

ZOTAC GTX 1080 TI PGF Edition

ZOTAC also released images of their own GTX 1080 TI, and this time we are looking at the PGF Edition of the card. PGF stands for Prime Gamer Force, and this family of cards from ZOTAC usually sees a China exclusive release. Cooling solution seems to be based on their AMP! Extreme series of cards.

Inno3D GTX 1080 Ti iChill

Ridiculous is a word best used to describe this herculean. I mean it has 4 fans, and it looks heavy by stance alone. Can’t say anymore about this card.

No info yet about these card’s specifications – other than the looks, but it seems that the GTX 1080 TI will indeed support DVI port depending on the vendor. We will update this list once we got more information from NVIDIA’s AIB partners.