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Cons: I bought this with the intention of using it with my acer predator at 144hz, looks like the dp cable flickers a few times while it's on and then shuts off.
Either it does that or I am stuck at 24Hz
Other Thoughts: A few times I saw 144hz as an option but the signal was unstable, used the cable in both of my 1080's and had the same issue.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Clean, looks great in my build and has plenty of features
Cons: First Motherboard arrived DOA
SLI support is a hassle, Looks like if you use dual GTX 1080's in SLI makes it so the bottom card is a Phys-X card.
I can't seam to figure out if there's a way to change the PCI port 3 so I can utilize my sli.
I tried SLI in the first two PCI express ports however the 1080 FE cards are so wide that the top card rests just behind the 2nd pci express port and not allowing me to fit for SLI
First Motherboard arrived DOA
Other Thoughts: I'm hoping water blocks help with this build because other then that I'm stumped onw hat to do.
The system looks great! I have an EVGA HBM SLI bridge that supports a 2 slot space and everything is detected except "Sli"
Any additional information would be appreciated on this matter.
This review is from: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition GV-N1080D5X-8GD-B
Pros: - Easy to over clock to 2Ghz
-Stays cool under load 45C or better
-Blazing fast, 1440P Ready
-Can easily achieve 4K with newer hardware
Cons: The Price was very steep and the limited production makes this a rare gem at the moment
Other Thoughts: Here is my PC and I average 130-200 FPS in DOOM Ultra 1440P and 70-90 Ultra in the Division 1440P
-Intel I5 2500K @ 4.8Ghz
-Asus Sabertooth P67 Rev 2.0 motherboard
-Corsair HX 850W PSU
-G-skill DDR3 8GB 2X4GB 1866
-Cooler Master Seidon 240M closed loop cpu cooler
-12 120MM Cooler Master excalibur fans
-Samsung Evo 840 768GB SSD
-Acer Predator 27" 144Hz (OC) 165Hz
-Gigabyte GTX 1080 founders OC 2.025Ghz