Manli has officially announced its new GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gallardo with RGB lights, and for those who are sitting back thinking "what the hell does Gallardo mean?" it represents "elegant" and "bravery" in Italian.
The company has used some slick golden and soldier elements for the packaging, something that'll catch your eye on retailer shelves and online. But we're all here for the cooling and performance, right? Manli has provided two overclocking setups: stock clocks at 4% higher than normal @ 1544/1657MHz, while the super overclocking version hits 7% higher than the GTX 1080 Ti FE @ 1594/1708MHz.
There's no pricing or ETA on Manli's upcoming GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gallardo, but we'll keep you updated as it breaks.
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