Rarely does a card like ASUS' ROG Matrix GTX 980 Ti Platinum impress with both its looks and its performance.
GPU Clock OC Mode: 1,216MHz (base), 1,317MHz (boost),Tested 1,321MHz (base), 1,422MHz (boost) // Memory Clock 7,200 MHz (effective), 7,295MHz (tested) // CUDA Cores 2,816 // Connectors 1x Dual-Link DVI-I, 1x HDMI, 3x DisplayPort // Minimum PSU Required 600W // Dimensions 295.2 x 138.2 x 50.9 mm // Warranty 3-years // Contact Build Technology Supply Sdn Bhd / Servex (M) Sdn Bhd // Telephone (03) 7955 3699 / (03) 8024 6688 // URL my.asus.com It's been a while since an ASUS-branded component came into our lab (no, smartphones and notebooks don't count). After what seems to be an unseasonably long dry spell, we've gotten our hands on one of the company's top-end graphics cards, the ASUS ROG Matrix GTX 980 Ti Platinum (or the ‘Matrix', as we'll be referring to from this point forth).
As with most ASUS graphics cards, the company rarely have to think twice whenever the subject of ‘pimping out' its graphics cards comes into play. Upon opening the box that holds this card, we were somewhat glad to see that not much of the design has changed for their cards. The shroud that covers the heatsinks still sports that very same rocketshaped motif, and as always, the color accents on it can be
One of these cards does the work of two GeForce GTX 980 cards. CONCLUSION