The graphicsÂ card is wearing a finish across the product followed by a backplate that integrates hieroglyphs. In addition, the design has a 12+2 phase VRM and double 8-pin power connectors using a increase clock rate of 1.7GHz,Â Â which is precisely the same clock speed as ASUS’ current ROG Strix OC model. It is slower than the GTX 1080 Ti Poseidon.
The 1080 TiÂ Assassin’s Creed: Origins Edition also features Aura RGB Lighting on the front and pack of these cards. One of the attributes on ROG Strix graphics cards is the capacity to display millions of colours and six distinct effects, which you may personalize to yourÂ liking. On top of that ROG Strix graphics cards include RGB LED synchronization technologies, ASUS Aura Sync; this enables gamers to have free reign for platform personalization once the graphics card is paired with an Aura-enabled gaming headset.
Personally, though I’m not a hardcore fan of this series, I adore howÂ ASUS integrated Origins‘Â Egyptian motifÂ Â inÂ Â theirÂ GPU. Even better is how the card contains a free copy ofÂ Assassin’s Creed Origins for the ones that buy it.
At present, the 1080 TiÂ Assassin’s Creed Origins Edition does not have a launch date or even a retail cost. You can check out our overview ofÂ Assassin Creed: Origins here as well as several screenshots of the Item below: