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HeytzDannie
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Whats better for my PC?

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Hello!
My name is Dannie!
My question is..
Whats better for my PC?
GTX 1080 or GTX Titan X?
My PC can run both..
But I cant decide whats better.
Please help me!
Thanks
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wb2001
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@HeytzDannie,

I will mention the GTX 1080 cards.  Read the following.     

https://www.slant.co/topics/6155/~gtx-1080-cards 

https://gpunerd.com/guides/best-gtx-1080-brand

There are always variations and differences in quaility and quirks.

The EGVA's GTX 1080 have been problematic, with overheating.  EVGA issues a DIY mode that requests you to disassemble the heat shroud to insert heat shields. (IMHO and others that is very impolite).

I bought the Zotac Amp Extreme.  Allow for 3 slots.  It does require the MSI Afterburner program to control the fans.  Set above 35% to keep the fans ON.  If allowed to go 0%, the card warms up, causing the fans to roar at 100%.  At that point, it stays at 100%.

 

now for the Titan X... the GTX 1080 beats it. See here.

Reminder: You need a 600W PSU to keep that beast happy.  I know it calls only for a 500W PSU, but get a Corsair CX600. It's a exact fit, allows for better temps.  If your thinking the 650 modular, remember it's almost 1 inch deeper into the case. It might slam into the DVD drive.

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I want to buy the GIGABYTE GTX 1050..
Is there problems with this type of graphic card?
By the way thanks for your replay!
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I suggest you google and search for "problems". If there are any, the web will tell.

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