Which motherboards support GTX 1080

Best motherboards to use with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

A good motherboard is at the heart of any gaming PC, and when you pair it with a GTX 1080 Ti then you're pretty serious about what's in your build. It doesn't have to cost the earth but you will be looking for features, quality, and performance like you get with the ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F.

Top Intel ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming

The ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming from ASUS isn't the most expensive board out there, but it does contain some killer features for system builders. The brand has been trusted by PC owners for many years thanks to its great components and solid gaming performance

Red team ASUS ROG Strix X470-F Gaming

ASUS has provided AMD system manufacturers with the best X470-F gaming, packed with lots of features and a very good price. It's as good as the Intel board, packed full of features, solid reliability, and great performance.

Affordable Ryzen MSI X470GPLUS Performance Gaming

The X470GPLUS Performance Gaming is a solid board for AMD fans and supports up to 64 GB 3200 MHz DDR RAM, the latest AMD processors and the top X470 chipset. Fast networking, armored PCIe slots and support for the MSI RGB lighting system are also included.

Small PCs ASUS ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming

When space is tight, mini-ITX motherboards like this ASUS ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming are your best friend. There are two M.2 slots that can hold fast memory for the operating system and games, built-in Wi-Fi antenna connections, two RAM slots and space for a full-size GTX 1080 Ti.

Enthusiasts build Gigabyte X299 DESIGNARE EX

If you have a super-powerful Intel Core X-series CPU that needs a high-performance motherboard, this is a solid option. It offers support for up to 128 GB of RAM, has five PCIe slots, three M.2 slots, Intel Optane memory and has two Thunderbolt 3 ports. It's also perfect for multi-GPU setups.

Ripping threads ASRock X399 Professional Gaming

For AMD Threadripper processors, this ASRock motherboard is solid as a rock and has a great BIOS for those who love tinkering. It supports up to 128 GB RAM, has built-in wireless and Bluetooth and supports up to four GPUS and a trio of m.2 SSDs.

Choosing a good motherboard depends on many things, not the least of which is what you are going to build into your PC. The choices here are perfect for a high-end gaming rig with NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti, whether you're using Intel or AMD, even for enthusiasts on both platforms with Core X or Threadripper

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