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4GB is not enough anymore thisday

980Ti 6gb is the new age

6GB is not enough for 4K in some games....even QHD in some games.
post #12 of 19
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6GB is not enough for 4K in some games....even QHD in some games.

6GB is enough for the OP's 3440 x 1440 U3415W.
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980Ti also has DX 12.1 version, that has a new featured level such as: Conservative Raster, Sparse Fluid Simulation, real-time reflections.

http://www.tomsguide.com/us/nvidia-gtx-980-ti-dx12,news-21032.html
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As a person running GTX970 SLI, I wish I had a GTX980TI or TitanX just for those situations when SLI falls flat on its face. Plus vram. smile.gif
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post #16 of 19
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980Ti also has DX 12.1 version, that has a new featured level such as: Conservative Raster, Sparse Fluid Simulation, real-time reflections.

http://www.tomsguide.com/us/nvidia-gtx-980-ti-dx12,news-21032.html


"Along with Nvidia's other "Maxwell" generation GPUs, the GTX 980 TI can handle an even higher feature level known as DirectX 12.1."

I think the GTX970 has the same DX12 features.
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post #17 of 19
I was running a 970 SLI setup until a few weeks ago when I switched to 980 Ti. Both were watercooled and overclocked to the hilt, and I can that even in the worst case scenario, 980 Ti had about 85% of 970 SLI's performance. In games where SLI scaling sucks they're tied, but the 980 Ti gets much better min FPS And of course in games that don't support SLI 980 Ti is anywhere from 50-70% faster.. However even in the worst case scenario, that 15% difference is mostly imperceptible. If anything, gaming on the 980 Ti felt much smoother, especially whenever FPS dipped below 50. Also as long as frames don't jump around wildly, gaming in the 45-60 FPS range is actually pretty tolerable. Whereas with 970 SLI, anytime FPS went below 50 it became a stutterfest. Also don't have to worry about SLI profiles, or games that just don't support SLI period. Higher average FPS with 970 SLI is pretty much negated by higher frametimes in most cases as well. In terms of subjective smoothness I couldn't be happier I ditched my 970 SLI and went back to a single GPU.
post #18 of 19
I would totally go for the 980Ti, I have the 970 now and its really not enough even for 1080p, since I game on a 144hz monitor 970 really struggles, and when something is under a 100fps i have a gringe on my face, 980ti all the way thumb.gif
post #19 of 19
My 980 ti performed better in vram intensive games at 1440p compared to my 970 SLi setup. Especially games like Farcry 4, Mordor, and Dying Light benefitted a lot in terms of smoothness.
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