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I saw a comparable benchmark for an OC'd 1080 vs a stock 1080 in Metro Last Night, the OC'd 1080 was right at where the OC'd Titan X is there.
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I saw a comparable benchmark for an OC'd 1080 vs a stock 1080 in Metro Last Night, the OC'd 1080 was right at where the OC'd Titan X is there.
have you seen one with sli? that's where it really matters, wanted to know if the "super bridge sli" really matters or another marketing junk.
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I have not, no.
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I posted my 1080 / Titan X Stock and OC clocks for both in the 1080 thread. For games more often then not at 3440 x 1440, the TX Overclocked @ 1474 / 8012 Mhz was at or just a notch behind base clock speeds of the 1080 1848/10012. Once the 1080 was OC'd it took the lead by about 10-15% depending on the title.

I pull together some SLI TX vs 1080 figures when I get a chance. On the whole if you got a nice TX already, your not losing out much. Still powerhouses of cards smile.gif
     
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I'm waiting until the Ti or Titan X variant of the GTX 1080 is available, as I'm hoping there will be a more significant performance difference coming from already owning two Titan X's at the moment. Around 10-15% extra performance doesn't really make me keen to buy something newer.
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Originally Posted by Pandora's Box View Post

Yeah except something is screwy with their TItan X overclock. My Titan X @ 1.4GHz (no mem overclock) hits 9500 in Firestrike Extreme, theirs only hits 8900, AND theirs had a mem overclock too (something that really helps in Firestrike).
Yeah with a custom BIOS you can hit 1450-1500 and does not drop down with boost..
So i think a OC T-X with Custom BIOS beats or keeps up with a stock 1080 with stock BIOS OC
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Just 'started' up a machine with 2 new EVGA TitanX SC and i get this:


Followed by crashing and inevitably windows going into auto repair. Has anyone ever seen this?

I also have a thread started in the nVidia forums, but figured I'd ask here too. Original thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1603505/new-titan-x-are-not-working
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Originally Posted by cyphon View Post

Just 'started' up a machine with 2 new EVGA TitanX SC and i get this:


Followed by crashing and inevitably windows going into auto repair. Has anyone ever seen this?

I also have a thread started in the nVidia forums, but figured I'd ask here too. Original thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1603505/new-titan-x-are-not-working

Did you happen to flash the cards with custom bios? The new cards seem to have a smaller newer Bios and the card doesn't work with older (larger size) custom bios.
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Did you happen to flash the cards with custom bios? The new cards seem to have a smaller newer Bios and the card doesn't work with older (larger size) custom bios.

I had not tried to flash the gpu bios yet. Was considering trying it out of desperation
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So I've tried to flash a new bios onto my two cards again, this time trying multiple versions of the latest nvflash downloads and also 3 different older versions of the nvflash downloads.
I've disabled sli, tried disabling display drivers but still get a message that nvflash is an unknown command in cmd prompt.
And yes I am running it as administrator.
The latest nvflash x64 download seems to be a notepad document only, this definateky isn't how the previous versions were downloaded or am I wrong?
Either way, I managed to flash my original card first time without issue over a year ago and now I can't seem to do any commands with nvflash in the cmd prompt with any of the versions. Anymore ideas?
I'm running windows 10 and really want my second card to be running the same bios that I put on my original
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