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Zotac GTX 980 Ti AMP! Edition Review – Conclusion

The first thing which is worth noting about Zotac and the GTX 980 Ti range is that they have five different models from a stock cooled version, through this AMP! Edition, two with higher overclocks/enhanced coolers ending in the top model which has liquid cooling. Looking at our model specifically, as far as build and design goes we get that nice backplate, a decent quality cooler and overall solid level of build quality. The outputs are standard and by taking this approach costs are kept to a minimum… similar reasons no doubt resulted in the basic bundle though the warranty is the same across the range. Firestorm is also available across the range which adds a touch of extra value too.

As far as performance goes, it’s a difficult one… the reference design GTX 980 Ti is actually a very good card. Decent temps, good clocks, excellent framerates, competitive power use and so on. When we compare the AMP! Edition, the card offers an alternate aesthetic and a couple of extra FPS but the price needs to be super close to reference models to make it a worthwhile purchase. The amp! Omega which is the step up is where it becomes more interesting. Even bigger cooler, revised fan blades and a significant overclock.

As it stands, because it’s a GTX 980 Ti, the AMP! Edition is an impressive card which offers great performance however there are faster, more desirable models available.

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  1. Did Zotac dropped the OC+ connector ? I own the 970 Amp! Extreme and except that Firestorm offers a bit more settings and monitoring options with the cable plugged in, it didn’t help much to grab any FPS, VCore or higher OC.

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