Packaging & Accessories:10 out of 10
This card brings new meaning to the word value when it comes to the accessories and shipping container it uses. Quite honestly we have seen much, much more expensive cards come with less than this bad boy.
Functionality & Aesthetic: 17 out of 20
This card may not be silent, and may not be decked out with nearly as many LEDs as some but that is the only areas we can fault it. Just as with the accessories you get a whole lot of value for your money as the ICX cooler looks like a million bucks and darn near performs like it too.
Build Quality & Warranty: 18 out of 20
This card may not be in the same league as the For The Win models, but it still is built to an incredibly high standard and it shows. Mix in a hassle free warranty that few can match and EVGA once again proves why they are the first choice of many enthusiasts.
Performance: 28 out of 30
As shown throughout this review the Black Edition SuperClocked may not precisely be the top of the charts in the performance category but the differences are at best minor to say the least. Unless you absolutely need every single frame per second you can get… this is about as good as you can expect in the two-fan based GeForce GTX 1080Ti class.
Value: 20 out of 20
It may be rather ironic to be using ‘value’ and ‘1080Ti’ in the same sentence but that is precisely what this card offers: value. So much so it really should cause most people to re-evaluate their upcoming purchasing decisions.
Final Score: 93 out of 100
The EVGA GeForce GTX 1080Ti is nearly everything that anyone could ask for from a single card. From its excellent performance to its excellent warranty this card is jam packed with value.