The new GTX 1080 is a massive gaming laptop with an 8th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU paired with 16GB of in-memory RAM. It has an AMD Radeon R7 HD graphics processor and is able to perform incredibly well in a games like Battlefield that demands more power, or when gaming FPS at super high resolutions and 1080p. It will also be able to handle more demanding games like Metro 2033, Rise of the Tomb Raider, World of Warcraft, and even Deus Ex.
Now you can enjoy gaming like a true fan since it is available to buy so easily. The best piece of gear to have is a real piece of gear. Old blog: This post was written from a perspective of a gaming fan that enjoys a gaming laptop. New blog: With the release of the GTX 1080 series, gaming laptops are set to get a major boost in gaming performance.
After going into depth in this article, we will dive into details and what the new GTX 1080 gaming laptop from ASUS is capable of.
The GTX 1070 is the new beast. The GTX 1070 looks nothing like the GTX 980 that was found in earlier video cards. This new 1080 is not an R9 280X but a 6GB AMD R9 280 with 6GB of GDDR5X memory packaged in a new form, not a new GTX 1080.
The original GeForce GTX 1060 that was first launched in 2002 is basically on a different model and model. This was the R9 295X2 whereas the GeForce GTX1080 is made with R9 280X2. This is a new model with 6GB of 256-bit GDDR5. So we expect new ASUS cards to work with new GTX 1080, they should work with the R9 280X2, but it should work with the GeForce GTX 1070.
The GTX 980 (R9 280X2) is the fastest gaming-grade 1080 that ever came out, it is also available in two versions, one with a faster CPU in it for lower price to power their price point and another version with a slower CPU and lower price. New blog: When we look at an ASUS card like the GTX 1080, we can’t resist to check out, whether there have been benchmarks of the GTX 1080.
We have looked at the ASUS GTX 1080, how it compares to the GTX 980 R9 285X2, as the ASUS GTX 1080 is available in two models. There are so many features that we wanted to mention, so check out our review of the R9 285X2 first. We will start with a brief review of the ASUS card, but before we move down the details, let us look at what we believe is the most important feature of the ASUS GTX 1080.