NVIDIA launched the GeForce GTX 1080 in Austin, Texas all the way back in May 2016, which feels like eons away now that we have two TITAN X graphics cards released in that time, as well as the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti back in March of this year.
That hasn't stopped AIB partners from continuing to refine their custom GTX 1080 craft, which is why we have COLORFUL releasing their impressive iGame GTX 1080 Vulcan X OC graphics card. COLORFUL has put a considerable effort into this custom GTX 1080, which not only looks great but performs just as impressively.
COLORFUL takes it a step further by providing an LCD display on the iGame GTX 1080 Vulcan X OC, something that displays GPU temperatures, GPU/VRAM usage, and more. It's actually a useful addition to a graphics card, but man does it look awesome cycling through stats when I'm gaming and testing.
Better yet is that I happen to have two of these elusive COLORFUL iGame GTX 1080 Vulcan X OC graphics cards, so I will be following this review of the card with some SLI results. And believe me, the results are impressive - 60C under load, while it stays virtually silent. There are a few surprises along the way, something we'll get into detail about now.
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