EVGA GTX 1080 FTW Gaming Features Two BIOS Chips, 1860MHz Boost Clock
With the MSI custom GTX 1080 surpassing the performance of the Nvidia GTX 1080 Founders Edition, there is another version that you can buy now. The EVGA GTX 1080 FTW Gaming version. EVGA official site was updated recently and the EVGA GTX 1080 FTW Gaming clock speeds are now official, with a base clock of 1721 MHz and a boost clock of up to 1860 MHz.
With that being said, the EVGA GTX 1080 FTW Gaming is no slouch. The card comes VR3 ready out of the box and is aimed at high end gaming as was the reference design Nvidia GTX 1080. The EVGA design features ACX 3.0 cooling along with their LED lit brand logo that everyone has come to love over the years. The card comes with a back plate and dual 8-pin connectors are required for powering this beast of a graphic card.
EVGA GTX 1080 FTW Gaming has the highest base clock as well as boost clock compared to all of EVGA’s GTX 1080 versions that have been launched so far. The max power draw according to the official site is 215W. The card also features dual BIOS chips. That is one more than the other cards that they have launched in this series.
The GTX 1080 FTW features 8192 MB of 256 bit GDDR5X memory running at a of bandwidth of 320 GB/s. The card can support up to 4 displays and it can provide the best multi-display experience with the help of the new simultaneous multi-projection technology by Nvidia. So you can setup your gaming rig with multiple displays and expect the best performance and scaling that you can expect from such a high end card.
You do also get the new generation of PrecisionX by EVGA that is for the Pascal based cards. The software has an automatic tuning feature that does all of the work for you. Giving you the best gaming experience from the EVGA GTX 10810 FTW edition. You can get this graphic card for $699.99.