Along with Asus GeForce GTX 980 Ti Poseidon Platinum, the company took the IFA 2015 with Asus ROG Matrix GTX 980 Ti Platinum, a slightly slower version, but with a much more attractive design that does not require to be connected to a water circuit to actually reduce its temperature.

Asus launches ROG Matrix GTX 980 Ti Platinum


The Asus ROG Matrix GTX 980 Platinum Ti  GPU uses  GM200-310-A1  consists of 2816 CUDA Cores, 176 TMUs and 96 ROPS some not very striking base / turbo frequencies  1075/1114 MHz  (1000/1072 MHz Vs mod .ref.) attached to 6GB of GDDR5 memory which is maintained at  7.10 GHz.

The cooling system is the DirectCU II, but with two new fans  that use blades equipped with a technology Wing Fan Blade promises to increase the static air pressure by 105 percent along with six copper heatpipes 10 mm thick, and a system for removing dust, make it a very appealing graphic either by design or chance of Overclocking. Obviously, at the moment we don’t have its release date or price.

ROG Matrix GTX 980Ti Platinum

ROG Matrix GTX 980Ti Platinum gaming graphics card features DirectCU II with 10mm heat pipes for 25% cooler performance and three-times (3X) less noise than reference cards. Patented Wing-blade Fan technology maximizes airflow by delivering 105% more air pressure for more efficient cooling.

Auto-Extreme technology with Super Alloy Power II components ensures that each ROG Matrix GTX 980Ti Platinum graphics card is of the highest quality and is able to withstand the graphical demands of today’s gamers.

Memory Defroster is an ASUS-exclusive technology that takes overclocking to extremes – it defrosts the Matrix card’s memory during subzero overclocking to ensure sustained stability. ROG Matrix GTX 980Ti Platinum has a one-click Safe Mode that restores VBIOS to its original settings; while the color-coded ROG load indicator lets users check GPU load levels at a glance. It features GPU Tweak II, an intuitive user interface, which makes gaming and overclocking easier and more visual than ever. It also comes with a 1‑year XSplit Gamecaster premium license — a $99 value — so gamers can easily stream or record their gameplay via a convenient, in-game overlay.

Via: Wccftech

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