Ti. The most powerful two letters in the world of GPUs. When paired with our flagship gaming GPU - Palit GeForce GTX 980 - it gives you incredible new levels of performance and capabilities. Palit GTX 980 Ti is accelerated by the groundbreaking NVIDIA Maxwell architecture to deliver an unbeatable 4K and virtual reality experience. With 2816 NVIDIA CUDA cores and 6 GB of memory, it has the horsepower to drive whatever comes next.
Palit GeForce GTX 980 Ti provides 3x the performance and 3x the memory of previous-generation cards*. You can now take on even the most challenging games at high settings for a smooth, ultra high-definition, 4K experience.
Get superior graphics fidelity with advanced features like NVIDIA VXGI for realistic lighting and advanced DX12 features. With NVIDIA DSR, Palit GeForce GTX 980 Ti even offers a 4K experience on a 1080p monitor.
Palit GTX 980 Ti gives you the power to drive the fastest, smoothest, and most immersive VR experiences. Plus, it features technologies that help reduce latency and scale performance up to 2X in SLI.
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