There are feverish fans of ROG hardware, so I don't need to tell you the ASUS ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Platinum looks awesome. It has a unique military-style design that for some reason, gave me some Halo chills.
It looks great, with SLI connectors ready for some multi-GPU action.
I really dig the style and the colors that ASUS went with.
Design work has even gone into the terminal block, with ROG eyes on the screw caps.
You have to see it in person for the full effect, but the infinite-reflection design looks amazing in person. I've never seen this on a graphics card before, so ASUS gets some style points for that. A unique GTX 1080 Ti, that's for sure.
Even the back of the card looks cool, with the ROG eye making another appearance. You can see that some design work has even gone into the cog work around the screw, which adds another touch of style.
Up close, we have 8+8-pin PCIe power connectors required, while ASUS has provided some LEDs for the PCIe connectors. This means you'll know when the PCIe cable is plugged in, or not working.
It doesn't matter where you look at the ASUS ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Platinum from, it looks so good.
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