Today we take a look at EVGA’s second-fastest GTX 980 Ti offering – the GTX 980 Ti Classified ACX 2.0+ graphics card. EVGA uses a redesigned PCB with a 14+3 phase power delivery system in order to ship the card with a factory overclock of 1190MHz on the core, with a 1291MHz boost frequency.
Keeping temperatures in check is the job of the twin fan cooler which consists of six heatpipes and two fin arrays, as well as a fitted cooling plate for the memory and power delivery components. With many competing solutions utilising a triple fan cooler, EVGA is confident in the performance, longevity, and low power usage of the double ball bearing fans.
Featuring dual BIOS chips geared for extreme overclockers and LN2 users, can EVGA’s GTX 980 Ti Classified ACX 2.0+ prove itself as a compelling solution for those interested in Nvidia’s GTX 980 Ti?
- 2816 CUDA Cores
- 1190 MHz Base Clock, 1291 MHz Boost Clock
- 209.4GT/s Texture Fill Rate
- 6144 MB, 384 bit GDDR5, 7010 MHz (effective)
- 336.5 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
- DVI-I, DisplayPort, DisplayPort, DisplayPort, HDMI
- Max Monitors Supported: 4
- Dimensions – Height: 150.88mm, Length: 279.4mm, Width: Dual Slot