Nvidia’s Pascal architecture is the successor to their Maxwell line. Since its launch in May of 2016, there have been 9 different models, ranging for the recently announced GT 1030, up to the two different Titans, the Titan X and Xp. However, no card was more talked about than the release of a possible 1080 Ti. This is due to the 980 Ti performing so close to the Maxwell Titan X, at a much lower cost, and the potential for the 1080 Ti to do the same as its 900-series counterpart. Well, the enthusiast community recently got its wish when Nvidia released the Founder’s Edition 1080 Ti. Typically, shortly after the reference card release, board partners release custom PCB’s and coolers.