ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING price in Malaysia & Specs for November, 2018

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Cheapest ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING Price in Malaysia is RM 405.10

The ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING price in Malaysia is RM 405.10 from AliExpress. ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING price details are updated November 2018.

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Price List by Country for ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 757.00 RM 405.00
Indonesia IDR 1.413.000 RM 405.00
Malaysia MYR 405.10 RM 405.00
Singapore SGD 132.90 RM 405.00

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ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING Specs

Processor
Graphic Processor GeForce
Memory Capacity 6GB
Memory Type GDDR5
Clock Speed 1317MHz
Maximum Resolution 5120 x 3200
Ports & Interfaces
PCIe Version 3.0
DisplayPort 3
HDMI Port 1
DVI-D Port 1
DVI Port 1
Design
Cooling Type Active Cooling
Number of Fans 2
Fans Colour Black
Features
VR Ready No
G-Sync Technology No
Adaptive Vertical Sync No

Reviews of ASUS MATRIX-GTX980TI-P-6GD5-GAMING

ocdrift.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-22
Huge factory overclocks, Outstanding gaming performance at high resolutions, Excellent overclocking potential, Solid build quality, Built from AUTO-EXTREME Technology for high level reliability, Strong 12+2-phase Super Alloy Power II design, 6 GB of GDDR...
Expensive, extremely pricey, High power consumption, Cooler can get a little loud when the fans spinning at full speed, Huge in size, takes up to 2.5 slots; heavy, Power limit capped at 110% will hold back overclocking, ASUS ROG Matrix GTX 980 Ti Platinu...
Last year, ASUS has released a total of seven variants of GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics cards with the Gold Edition being the fastest and most expensive model. For us at OCDrift.com, so far we have reviewed the Strix GTX 980 Ti OC and the Poseidon GTX 980 T...
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chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-02-05
Performance, Features, Design
Triple slot means it might not fit in a number of smallersized cases
ASUS is pushing on hard with its line of high-end GPUs, no thanks to the growing number of PC enthusiasts right now in Malaysia. The ASUS ROG 980Ti Matrix Platinum is easily one of the biggest air-cooled graphics cards we've seen from the company, and boy...
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hardocp.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-11
ASUSTeK Computer Inc. is one of the largest and most successful computer hardware manufacturers in the world. A Taiwan-based company, it manufactures a wide variety of computer hardware, including motherboards, video cards, optical drives, notebooks, netw...
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techpowerup.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-12
Huge overclock out of the box, 20% faster than the GTX 980 Ti reference at 4K, Memory is also overclocked out of the box, Good temperatures, Efficient, Backplate included, Memory heater to counter LN2 condensation, Extensive set of overclocking features,...
Fans don't turn off in idle, Large price increase over reference design, Triple-slot cooler might not fit all cases, Memory chips only cooled by airflow
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 980 Ti was released in June last year. Built on the same GM200 GPU as the GeForce Titan X, it has fewer shaders (2816 vs 3072). While the GTX 980 Ti's GPU is still produced on a 28 nanometer process at TSMC in Taiwan, it comes with t...
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overclockers.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-31
The ASUS ROG Matrix platinum video cards are well known among many enthusiast circles. From the hardcore liquid nitrogen-using, competitive overclocker down to the hardcore gamer that wants some of the fastest clocks and “best of the best” hardware. I rem...
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guru3d.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-28
ASUS ROG Matrix GeForce GTX 980 Ti You take the red pill, you stay in wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.We review the ASUS ROG Matrix GeForce GTX 980 Ti Platinum edition. it's is the most high-end series from the ASUS Republic of Ga...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-03-01
The end of the year always brings out the most extreme, not to mention expensive, tech products. Apparently consumers don't mind dropping a lot more cash into their Christmas purchases, which explains why we've seen some rather pricey graphics cards cross...
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