Gtx 980 ti zotac

GeForce® GTX 980 Ti AMP! Omega

GeForce® GTX 980 Ti AMP! Omega


Engineered to game, the ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 980 Ti AMP! Omega is flush with power to maximize performance. The latest graphics card in the Maxwell family electrifies every 4K scenery down to the last pixel. Get the edge with 6GB of memory and 2816 pulsating cores that jolt your game to life. IceStorm with EKO fans push noise and thermals low while enhancing airflow and POWER BOOST stabilize AMPed performance. Push the limit and let the marvel of engineering lead the way.

GeForce® GTX 980 Ti

GeForce® GTX 980 Ti


Ti. The most powerful two letters in the world of GPUs. When paired with our flagship gaming GPU–GeForce® GTX 980 Ti–it enables new levels of performance and capabilities. Accelerated by the groundbreaking NVIDIA Maxwell™ architecture, GeForce® GTX 980 Ti delivers an unbeatable 4K and virtual reality experience. With 2816 NVIDIA® CUDA® cores and 6 GB of memory, it has the horsepower to drive whatever comes next.

Zotac GTX 980 Ti Amp! Edition 6 GB Review

24 Packaging & Contents » NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 980 Ti was released just a few weeks ago. It is built on the same GM200 GPU as the GeForce Titan X, but has fewer shaders (2816 vs 3072). While the GTX 980 Ti's GPU is still produced on a 28 nanometer process at TSMC in Taiwan, it comes with the fantastic power efficiency optimizations of the NVIDIA Maxwell architecture, which promises lower power draw, higher performance, and reduced fan noise all at the same time. Our review of the reference design GTX 980 Ti revealed that it is barely slower than the Titan X, which means custom designs could surpass Titan X performance at a much lower price point.

Today, we are reviewing the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 980 Ti AMP! Edition, which introduces a new all-metal, triple-fan, dual-slot cooler. Zotac has overclocked their GTX 980 Ti AMP! to 1051 MHz base clock, a medium-sized overclock. Pricing is quite good because the card comes at NVIDIA's reference design pricing of $650. GTX 980 Ti Market Segment Analysis  Radeon R9 290GeForce GTX 970Radeon R9 290XGeForce GTX 780 TiGeForce GTX 980GeForce GTX 980 TiZOTAC GTX 980 Ti AMP!GeForce GTX Titan XRadeon R9 295X2Shader UnitsROPsGraphics ProcessorTransistorsMemory SizeMemory Bus WidthCore ClockMemory ClockPrice
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4096 MB4096 MB 4096 MB3072 MB4096 MB6144 MB6144 MB12288 MB2x 4096 MB
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Next Page »Packaging & Contents Page: 1- Introduction & Specifications 2- Packaging & Contents 3- The Card 4- A Closer Look 5- Test Setup 6- Alien: Isolation 7- Assassin's Creed: Unity 8- Batman: Arkham Origins 9- Battlefield 3 10- Battlefield 4 11- Bioshock Infinite 12- COD: Advanced Warfare 13- Civilization: Beyond Earth 14- Crysis 3 15- Dead Rising 3 16- Dragon Age: Inquisition 17- Far Cry 4 18- Grand Theft Auto V 19- Metro: Last Light 20- Project CARS 21- Ryse 22- Shadow of Mordor 23- The Witcher 3 24- Tomb Raider 25- Watch Dogs 26- Wolfenstein: New Order 27- World of Warcraft: WoD 28- Power Consumption 29- Fan Noise 30- Performance Summary 31- Performance per Watt 32- Performance per Dollar 33- Overclocking 34- Temperatures & Clock Profiles 35- Value & Conclusion 36- (24 User Comments)

Zotac's GTX 980 Ti is an expensive graphics card, but it's great value considering the power on tap

Zotac’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti Amp! Edition is a factory-overclocked graphics card based on Nvidia’s superb GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU. This card uses Zotac “IceStorm” cooler, featuring a trio of 90mm fans which help keep temperatures down and noise output low. See also: What's the best graphics card?

Zotac GeForce GTX 980 Ti Amp! Edition review: Design and features

The GeForce GTX 980 Ti is a cut-down version of Nvidia’s flagship GPU, the Titan X which retains most of the performance of the latter while shedding half of its 12GB RAM and 256 of its processor cores, bringing the total down to 2,816. Current games have difficulty filling 6GB of RAM, so halving the total memory translates into a pure cost saving for the customer enough to render the Titan X effectively pointless for many.

By treating the standard core and memory clocks to a moderate speed bump from 1,000MHz (base), 1,075MHz (boost) to 1,051MHz and 1,140MHz respectively Zotac has given you a headstart on unlocking the full potential of the board via DIY overclocking. We tested the card at this speed as it’s the minimum performance you’re guaranteed to get, but you’d be unlucky not to be able to achieve a little better than this through further tweaking.

To boost performance further, you can use Zotac’s supplied Firestorm overclocking application. It offers control over the usual parameters, including clock speeds, voltage offsets and target power draw, but we found it a little less user-friendly than its competitors, thanks to it’s eye-catching but baffling design. Issues include unexplained icons, some of which seem to do nothing when pressed. We would recommend ditching it entirely for a third-party utility were it not for the Quick Boost button which instantly overclocks the base core speed to 1,101MHz and the boost speed to 1,190MHz.

Zotac GeForce GTX 980 Ti Amp! Edition review: Performance

In our tests, the Zotac GeForce GTX 980 Amp! Edition performs well, as you would expect given the price, it leaves most of the competition behind. The Zotac card achieves an average frame rate comfortably over 60fps in 4K with Ultra settings when playing Alien isolation and is therefore an excellent choice for gamers looking to venture into Ultra High Definition setups. It also ran quietly under stress testing, but not as quietly as the Asus Strix GTX 980 Ti or the Sapphire Tri-X Fury.

However, even in its fastest modes the Zotac card is comprehensively outclassed by the Asus Strix GTX 980 Ti which performs almost as though it had a different class of GPU altogether. There is a large price differential however, and we feel the Zotac card will offer more than enough performance for the majority of gamers.

There’s every chance you’ll be able to achieve much faster performance out of the Zotac GTX 980 Ti Amp! Edition by using the Firestorm application, but if you’d rather spend a your money than your time, you can opt for the Zotac GTX 980 Ti Amp! Extreme edition which is pre-overclocked even higher than the Asus GTX 980 Ti Strix OC at roughly the same price, i.e. around £100 more.

Not to be sniffed at is the card’s five year warranty, which is at least two years longer than the best of the competition. All in all, it's a great deal if you can afford it.

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