The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 is causing a bit of a stir for its incredible, sector-leading graphical performance and its reasonably affordable price tag.
In a review published later last week, we called it “the most powerful consumer graphics card you can buy.”
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The Ultimate configuration offers a GTX 1080 8GB, as well as a 3.0GHz 10 Core unlocked Core i7 6950X processor (which can be boosted to 4.4 GHz with further customisations).
There’s also the option for 32GB DDR4 RAM, a 1TB 7200rpm hard drive and a Digital Storm Vortex Liquid CPU Cooler.
The mouse and keyboard are both Bluetooth, while the cable tidying system will mean there’s only the one unsightly wire to worry about, meaning it’ll look damn tidy in any living room.
The Aura is expected to ship at the end of June and will cost from $1999. The Ultimate Configuration mentioned above, however, will run you north of $5,000 when everything is accounted for.
Nvidia GeForce 1080 video review