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GTX1080ti: Is it truly a 4k 60fps card?

I am debating dumping my current R9 390 and investing in a GPU that will max out my new monitor. From what im seeing the 1080 is almost there and the 1080ti seems to be what im looking for since its already bench testing 25+ fps in 5k
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    From the reviews available right now I would say that the 1080 it is very capable of 4k gaming. It is true that it can't use maximum settings on all games at 4k, but you can get about 95% of the maximum settings on most games and still have 60 FPS.

    Right now there is no other alternative, though, as the Radeon RX 480 8GB is comparable to a Geforce GTX 1060 6GB in most games. Of course the AMD Vega is supposed to be a bit faster than a Geforce GTX 1080, but that has not been verified yet.

    Personally, I am running an EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 SC card on a 3440 x 1440 Acer X34 monitor and the GSync has to kick in due to frame rate drops frequently in Fallout 4 and Witcher 3. I do have all GPU settings maxed out, though, and the monitor refresh rate is 100 Hz.
  2. There is no true single card solution for 4k gaming yet.
  3. im curious when we expect to see the next gen cards, the 11xx series.....
  4. Depends very much on the game, optimisation and your target settings (IE Ultra, High, Medium etc).
  5. The current rumor mill says that the next high end Geforce release will not be until next year.
  6. The 1080ti can run 4k but probably cannot hold 60fps for long in high-ultra settings
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