Rarely does a card like ASUS' ROG Ma­trix GTX 980 Ti Plat­inum im­press with both its looks and its per­for­mance.

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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

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