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Originally Posted by HyeVltg3 View Post

Is there anything wrong with the EVGA SC AX2.0 980ti ?
found one for the same price as the Gigabyte G1....but I heard the gigabytes were the best overclockers.
well i have G1 gaming card which overclocks at 1547Mhz coreclock and 4200Mhz mem @ 1.19V, my temps are like 78C when i ran 3dmark and played witcher 3 for hours but its summer in my country although air conditioning is on all the time but still, i think the G1 gaming card has great OC potential but i use it on stock settings mostly because i have a 1080p screen which is nothing for a 980Ti to run on all settings maxed ....but next goal is to get a skylake system
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Originally Posted by TomcatV View Post

Nothing wrong with the Evga card ... BUT especially if your sticking with air-cooling, there is no comparison up against the G1, at any price difference much less if they are the same price! Their cooling, power phase delivery etc are all superior! With the possible exception of the Ln2 class cards, but I don't think that is of interest here?

I had been a fairly loyal Evga guy since my 1st custom build with an Evga Ti4200 appx 14 years ago, when I decided to jump ship and purchased a Gigabyte G1 980Ti almost exactly a year ago. No regrets at all, except maybe if I ever have to deal with customer service, as Evga was excellent in that department, and I have no experience w/RMA's and Gigabyte, maybe that says a lot right there? As far as being the better overclocker, that really still depends on the silicon lottery. But I can tell you last summer when the 980Ti's were all the rage, the G1's were consistently clocking between 1500-1600MHz generally outperforming all the rest in every category! wink.gif

The only reason I'm leaning towards the G1 is because I've used Gigabyte before and have only good things to say about it. So I guess that 1-0 for G1. thanks for the exp

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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I have that card and it's great. I'd purchase that one based on EVGAs ease of RMA alone. Gigabyte is a huge... HUGE pain in the butt to deal with. I know people who didn't actual receive a working card back from RMA for almost a year after they first started the process. They kept sending back cards that didn't work correctly. Then they would take two weeks to email him back and open up a new RMA. I actually saw a similar thread on Reddit recently.

If you are going to be benching and need the absolute most performance you can get then I would say you might go with the G1 because it clocks a little better (usually). If you are a gamer who does occasional benching for fun then I would definitely go with the EVGA. Mine is one of the cards with the hynix chips. I got it mid 2015. OC'd at 1550/7200.
Is there anyway to tell which cards come with hynix mems?
I rarely bench, only getting it to game, and maybe SLI some time in the future when I get a bigger case, I've never been one to jump on new tech as soon as release, so kind of the reason I'd rather go with 980ti than 1070. (well..especially at the current price gouging)
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well i have G1 gaming card which overclocks at 1547Mhz coreclock and 4200Mhz mem @ 1.19V, my temps are like 78C when i ran 3dmark and played witcher 3 for hours but its summer in my country although air conditioning is on all the time but still, i think the G1 gaming card has great OC potential but i use it on stock settings mostly because i have a 1080p screen which is nothing for a 980Ti to run on all settings maxed ....but next goal is to get a skylake system
I'd assume the 980ti was overkill for 1080p. I have a Qnix 1440p so going to be gaming at 1440p only. from what I saw, the 980ti is really good at 1440p.

so thats 2-1 G1? alrighty.
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Originally Posted by HyeVltg3 View Post

Hey guys, thinking about a 980 ti while their cheap.

Is there anything wrong with the:
EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 06G-P4-1996-KR 6GB HYBRID

Everywhere I look, this one is amongst the cheaper priced 980 ti, seems a bit odd for an AIO to be cheaper than air cooled cards.
Is there some QC issue? leaks? poor pipes?
I've only read one negative on Newegg about leakage.

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So I guess the non-ref cards have better oc capabilities?
I looked at the comparison thread and couldnt find out if there was a list of 980 ti cards using non-ref.
Still comes down to luck of the draw, but custom pcb cards can have their benefits.

The Gigabyte G1 Gaming cards seem to be a good card atm, from what I've seen posted by several of those who own them.

Here's a listing in Canada for that card:

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125787

Edit:

There are other versions of the G1 Gaming Extreme OC Editions listed there as well:
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&IsNodeId=1&N=100007708%2050001314%20600565061&Manufactory=1314

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Originally Posted by TomcatV View Post

Nothing wrong with the Evga card ... BUT especially if your sticking with air-cooling, there is no comparison up against the G1, at any price difference much less if they are the same price! Their cooling, power phase delivery etc are all superior! With the possible exception of the Ln2 class cards, but I don't think that is of interest here?

I had been a fairly loyal Evga guy since my 1st custom build with an Evga Ti4200 appx 14 years ago, when I decided to jump ship and purchased a Gigabyte G1 980Ti almost exactly a year ago. No regrets at all, except maybe if I ever have to deal with customer service, as Evga was excellent in that department, and I have no experience w/RMA's and Gigabyte, maybe that says a lot right there? As far as being the better overclocker, that really still depends on the silicon lottery. But I can tell you last summer when the 980Ti's were all the rage, the G1's were consistently clocking between 1500-1600MHz generally outperforming all the rest in every category! wink.gif

The only reason I'm leaning towards the G1 is because I've used Gigabyte before and have only good things to say about it. So I guess that 1-0 for G1. thanks for the exp

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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I have that card and it's great. I'd purchase that one based on EVGAs ease of RMA alone. Gigabyte is a huge... HUGE pain in the butt to deal with. I know people who didn't actual receive a working card back from RMA for almost a year after they first started the process. They kept sending back cards that didn't work correctly. Then they would take two weeks to email him back and open up a new RMA. I actually saw a similar thread on Reddit recently.

If you are going to be benching and need the absolute most performance you can get then I would say you might go with the G1 because it clocks a little better (usually). If you are a gamer who does occasional benching for fun then I would definitely go with the EVGA. Mine is one of the cards with the hynix chips. I got it mid 2015. OC'd at 1550/7200.
Is there anyway to tell which cards come with hynix mems?
I rarely bench, only getting it to game, and maybe SLI some time in the future when I get a bigger case, I've never been one to jump on new tech as soon as release, so kind of the reason I'd rather go with 980ti than 1070. (well..especially at the current price gouging)
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Originally Posted by SauronTheGreat View Post

well i have G1 gaming card which overclocks at 1547Mhz coreclock and 4200Mhz mem @ 1.19V, my temps are like 78C when i ran 3dmark and played witcher 3 for hours but its summer in my country although air conditioning is on all the time but still, i think the G1 gaming card has great OC potential but i use it on stock settings mostly because i have a 1080p screen which is nothing for a 980Ti to run on all settings maxed ....but next goal is to get a skylake system
I'd assume the 980ti was overkill for 1080p. I have a Qnix 1440p so going to be gaming at 1440p only. from what I saw, the 980ti is really good at 1440p.

so thats 2-1 G1? alrighty.
At least, lol.rolleyes.gif
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when are the 4k ips gaming monitors coming?
this acer looks awesome but i want higher than 60hz ips. tn panels have advanced but they still dont look as good as an ips...



*EDIT* - and im talking affordable. a $1300 acer monitor doesnt wow like another $1300 hardware upgrade would.
Edited by pc-illiterate - 6/29/16 at 8:10pm
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4k at higher than 60hz is years from happening IMO.
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I've been following the 1080 launch looking at benchies and leaning towards swapping my G1 980Ti for some hybrid 1080 .. but the SeaHawk is basically a reference board and the GB Waterforce and EVGA Hybrid will be north of 900€ with dubious availability. And then I noticed the EVGA 980Ti Hybrid is down to 529€ here blinksmiley.gif tried putting up my G1 for sale at 450€ and it was gone in an hour biggrin.gif I wonder what the IGPU can handle in the meantime .. Stardew Valley? exhappysmiley.png
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You absolutely should change that rear intake to exhaust. I know you said you have an h80 on it cooling your cpu but honestly you'll lose maybe a couple degrees on the cpu but I think you'll be better off overall if that rear were exhaust.
You see at first i set it up as exaust, but had much worst temps on the cpu and gpu as well, when i setup it as intake 6-7 degrees dropped from my gpu, i was like lol? But fhe thing is that this way works really nice and it's the right way to setup liquid cooler. Well maybe for someone readings are not very well, i guess it depend on the case and positions, but it's not A thing to pass if you have high temps or just want to try something different. For me it worked the best.
Edited by NikolayNeykov - 6/30/16 at 3:58am
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I have top and rear as exhaust. I have 270cfm exhaust and 250cfm intake. got a slight negative airflow but get nice temps with my NZXT H440. My Asus DCU3 GTX 980 Ti Strix is running at 1500mhz Core and 7600mhz memory @1.212v. Never hitting more than 65c @ 75% fan speed or 3000rpm.
Edited by Mr Mcgoo - 6/30/16 at 5:02am
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4k at higher than 60hz is years from happening IMO.
But this is when you really need to gpu upgrade... until then i can chill and enjoy myself biggrin.gif Soon i go to the sea for my vacation from work wink.gif
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thinking about skipping the gx 1070 and 1080, then keeping my msi 980 ti and possibly watercool it. any recommendations on products. I don't have a liquid cooling system but its expensive just to buy one waterblock and an ek 360 predator. if i were to overclock it on air how high should i set it to?
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