PC enthusiasts, the day you've been waiting for is here: NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti officially goes on sale today. As per NVIDIA's original announcement, the company's new top-of-the-line card will be up for grabs starting at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET (check out Wolfram Alpha's converter for your time zone) starting at a hefty $699.

To recap, the GTX 1080 Ti blows the 1080 out of the water with 35% faster performance, and it even manages to top the Titan X. Powering this monster is 11GB of NVIDIA's next-gen GDDR5X VRAM and 3,584 Cuda cores. As with the previous GTX 1080, the 1080 Ti is going on sale with a special Founders Edition that packs a new "high-airflow thermal solution" that should mean cooler temps and quieter performance.

NVIDIA previously noted the GTX 1080 Ti will go on sale in 238 countries simultaneously, and cards will be available from NVIDIA itself as well as partners like Gigabyte, Galaxy, ASUS, EVGA and many more. If you're ready to give your gaming rig a big boost, you'll want to act quickly once the card goes on sale.

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