Review: INNO3D GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iChiLL X3 by BIT-TECH


GeForce GTX 1080 Ti's performance domination was only truly going to be felt once the GP102 silicon was tamed by heavy duty cooling. Inno3D does that well with the iChill version, and performance scaling is just where we would expect it to be - near the 40 per cent more shaders this GPU packs over the regular GTX 1080.

Performance aficionados who jumped on the GTX 1080 bandwagon will be suitably miffed that a comfortably faster GPU has come along so soon. At the time of writing, Inno3D is charging £750 or so for the privilege of owning this model, which is about 10 per cent more than the GTX 1080 variant was just recently. In that context, £750 can be arguably be viewed as value, because this card gets closer than ever to 4K gaming.