Author: SKYMTL @ HardwareCanucks
Its now been a few weeks since NVIDIA officially launched their GTX 1080 during that time we have seen plenty of redesigns from board partners. Due to the staggered launch dates between the Founders Edition and these custom cards, many potential buyers have waited before taking a plunge into the $600+ GPU market. There’s good reason for that: the GTX 1080 Founders Edition may be a massively powerful card but it tended to throttle under load and overclocking headroom wasn’t all that great. Hence the expectation for these particular cards is quite high and EVGA’s GTX 1080 Superclocked ACX 3.0 is arguably one of the most eagerly anticipated.