Nvidia's flagship GeForce GTX 1080 features a great 4K GPU for gaming.
According to the website 4K.com, the GTX 1080 really performs better not only comparing with the competition but also with other graphics cards from the same company. The GTX 1080 is outstanding in terms of sheer gaming power at high frame rates and raw performance in both Full HD and 4K resolution.
The manufacturer Nvidia is comparing GeForce GTX 1080 to its previous Titan X card that is considered up to now as the single best 4K gaming GPU available on the market. However, the new 1080 is a much more powerful device than Titan X, and it also costs about $400 less.
GeForce GTX 1080 provides a combined benefit of performance advancement and price decrease for the gaming consumer market. With extraordinary clock speeds, massive RAM, massive memory bandwidth and a new Pascal chipset architecture, the 1080 is definitely the ideal 4K PC gamer's graphics card.
The Nvidia GTX 1080 is loaded with good features. To date, this is without a doubt the fastest PC gaming graphics card, managing as much as 36 percent more performance in real-world terms when measured up against Nvidia Titan X.
As part of its total quality and aside from raw performance, GeForce GTX 1080 comes with some real innovations as well. This is the first GPU from Nvidia based on the new Pascal chip architecture. Furthermore, this is the first graphics card to be assembled using the more efficient and smaller TSMC 16nm FinFET manufacturing process and also the first to deliver GDDR5X RAM memory technology from Micron.
By the standards of its power, the 1080 is also very heat and energy efficient, thanks to the new Pascal architecture. Compared to existing AMD cards or previous cards from Nvidia, the new 1080 GPU does not need to use as much electrical power or add-on cooling in order to run at full force.
According to Engadget, third-party graphics cards based on the GTX 1080 chipset push its limits even further. ASUS has revealed its ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card that goes well past what Nvidia's card can do.