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Windows 7: Which GTX 1080 Ti?

07 Jun 2018   #1
martinlest

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
 
 
Which GTX 1080 Ti?

I run X-Plane 11 on a mini format PC: i7-4790K @ 4GHz, 16GB RAM.. but the GTX970 4GB is a bottleneck and I am thinking of biting the bullet and buying a 1080Ti. X-Plane would certainly run a whole lot better on it (the 3.5Gb limit on the 970 is quickly reached and the throttling back begins).

But can anyone say which of the many versions would be best? The choice I have in practice is between a Palit, or a Zotac mini. On performance, I am not sure there's all that much in it. The only reason I might not prefer the Zotac is that it runs pretty hot most of the time (so I read). In a smaller (ThermalTake) case, that might be more of an issue?

There are various versions of the Palit out there - GameRock, JetStream, Founders Edition... none which means a thing to me.

Could anyone help me decide here? It's a big outlay (I need a 2TB Evo 860 SSD too) so don't want to make the 'wrong' decision... I might even be better off (literally anyway) getting a GTX1070Ti - I am not sure that the 1080Ti isn't overkill for what I need.

Thanks.

Martin


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07 Jun 2018   #2
iko22

Windows 7 x64, Vista x64, 8.1 smartphone
 
 

If you have a smaller case, then your major problem is the Graphics card length. Download the manual for your computer case and check the permitted graphics card size. That could determine what graphics cards are available to you.
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08 Jun 2018   #3
martinlest

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
 
 

A 1080Ti will fit, I checked, but there are size variations I guess.

To be honest, did quite a lot of research into this and may be that for my needs a 1070Ti would work just as well, while saving me a couple of hundred £££..
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