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Looks like I'll be a 980 Ti owner soon. Titan Black couldn't be repaired and ASUS sending Strix as replacement, should arrive next week. It took about a month from when ASUS received old GPU for repair to finally shipping a new graphics card. Not sure if that's normal wait time or not, seemed a little longer process than it should've been, but glad to receive a warranty replacement.

Being impatient, I bought a 1070 and plan on keeping it. Wondering other's opinions on what to do with extra graphics card:

1) Keep as a backup.
2) HTPC, replace 750 Ti with 980 Ti, turn into second gaming rig.
3) Sell Strix GPU... profit!

Decisions, decisions...
Edited by mcbaes72 - 7/7/16 at 11:17am
     
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Looks like I'll be a 980 Ti owner soon. Titan Black couldn't be repaired and ASUS sending Strix as replacement, should arrive next week. It took about a month from when ASUS received old GPU for repair to finally shipping a new graphics card. Not sure if that's normal wait time or not, seemed a little longer process than it should've been, but glad to receive a warranty replacement.

Being impatient, I bought a 1070 and plan on keeping it. Wondering other's opinions on what to do with extra graphics card:

1) Keep as a backup.
2) HTPC, replace 750 Ti with 980 Ti, turn into second gaming rig.
3) Sell Strix GPU... profit!

Decisions, decisions...
Sell it and pick up another 1070 for sli biggrin.gif
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Sell it and pick up another 1070 for sli biggrin.gif
How are those 350$ Ti's doing¿? biggrin.gif I snatched one for 365 euro bucks
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How are those 350$ Ti's doing¿? biggrin.gif
They are doing great, I'm getting ~37% improvement in games and benchmarks OC to OC compared to my gtx 980s that I replaced, not bad for the $80ish out of pocket that it ended up costing me after dumping the 980s biggrin.gif
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nope. that is probably accurate. i am sure that's from one of laithan's posts on the G1 thread. where they slap on some water blocks, crank up the voltage with power targets to near 500 watts and throw out all the lower P-states.
That's the best bios to use, i love it, that's why the PSU should be better, but others claim there is no need.sleepsmiley02.gif
I don't really care and i won't give anyone advice here anymore, since some guys are professors and they think their opinion is the most right. Good Luck thumb.gif
Edited by NikolayNeykov - 7/7/16 at 3:33pm
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nope. that is probably accurate. i am sure that's from one of laithan's posts on the G1 thread. where they slap on some water blocks, crank up the voltage with power targets to near 500 watts and throw out all the lower P-states.
I saw you can modify how much the connectors pull,that's scary. Is there any point modifying that?
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I saw you can modify how much the connectors pull,that's scary. Is there any point modifying that?

Yeah...if you want to push the overclocks, absolutely. You'll need to.
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Yeah...if you want to push the overclocks, absolutely. You'll need to.
What frequencies are we talking about?
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That's the best bios to use, i love it, that's why the PSU should be better, but others claim there is no need.sleepsmiley02.gif
I don't really care and i won't give anyone advice here anymore, since some guys are professors and they think their opinion is the most right. Good Luck thumb.gif
wahhh, how dare someone have an opinion different than your own, apparently you think your opinion is "the most right", so that's pretty hypocritical
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What frequencies are we talking about?

Depends on what's set in the stock bios of the GPU you have and how well your GPU overclocks. If it takes more voltage to reach 1500, you're going to use more power than someone that has a card that'll pull 1500 at lower voltages. It's all relative.....
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