Pro Great 1080p/1440p performance
The following are on max settings, and fps (frames per second) is the average result:
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor @1080p: 117fps, @1440p: 80fps, @2160p: 43fps
BioShock Infinite @1200p: 133fps, @1440p: 90fps, @2160p: 46gps
Battlefield 4 @1200p: 106fps, @1440p: 75fps, @2160p: 37fps
Crysis 3 @1200p: 71fps, @1440p: 50fps, @2160p: 30fps
Hitman: Absolution @1200p: 91fps, @1440p: 65fps, @2160p: 33fps
Pro Below average power requirements
The graphics card uses roughly 190W of power, which is very little for such a powerful graphics card. This means that in the long run, you save on your power bill slightly, and you may be able to get by with a cheaper PSU (power supply unit) saving additional cash.
Con New GTX 1080 outperforms the GTX 980 Ti
The new generation of high-end videocards by NVIDIA that's releasing in june 2016 offer improved performance, additional features and lower power consumption. The GTX 1080 is the new high-end graphics card and outperforms the GTX 980 Ti in every facet, and are even faster than this faster edition by Palit. The performance improvement is 20%, on average. Graphics cards with the GTX 1080 chip will also be available for a lower price of $620 and up.