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Its the same chip. Nothing special about 280x vs 7970
Wasnt 7970 GHz actually faster then 280X?
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Yeah but 6700k@3.0 has 10 frames on 5960x@3.0? with ddr4-2400? I don't get that at all. Last time I looked at gaming benchmarks Haswell was actually winning a few.

Keep in mind there's like a 10% performance jump from Haswell to Skylake.

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I can careless about 1080p with my Fury X. No one is spending $650+ for 1080p gameplay. Looking at the 1600p and 4K scores on Techpowerup [Very high Preset], the Fury X is only approx 1fps slower @ 1600p & leads @ 4K. Beating everything at 4K by a 1fps.

http://tpucdn.com/reviews/Performance_Analysis/Rise_of_the_Tomb_Raider/images/2560_1440.png

http://tpucdn.com/reviews/Performance_Analysis/Rise_of_the_Tomb_Raider/images/3840_2160.png

Just waiting for the Crimson driver update. If I decide to get Tomb Raider I'll be sure to benchmark it.
    
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Dat Geothermal Valley performance! |Worse than at the Soviet Installation.. And that's at 1920x1200 biggrin.gif

Wow, what a broken POS!..

PS I already have textures set to high (everything else ->Very High preset).. It looks like abysmal performance there has nothing to do with vram limitations....

PPS Nvidia: "The Way It's Meant To Sh-t" on PC gamers..I wonder.. Why every single game that has this logo has a piss-poor optimization?rolleyes.gif
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I can careless about 1080p with my Fury X. No one is spending $650+ for 1080p gameplay.
here we go again with "Fury X looks bad at 1080p so let's call it irrelevant, let's bench 390X vs 980 at 4K intsead" rolleyes.gif

well if I had a 1080p 144Hz display the 980Ti is the #1 card I'd like to see in my rig.
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you cant reach 144fps in 90% of AAA games so why bother even with 980ti
4K@60hz is much better wink.gif (in fact 4K@30hz is still better than 1080p@144hz except games like counter strike)
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Keep in mind there's like a 10% performance jump from Haswell to Skylake.


Just curious where did you get those benchmarks? That's not what I've been seeing at all. Maybe I need to revisit skylake.


with 980ti




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you cant reach 144fps in 90% of AAA games so why bother even with 980ti
4K@60hz is much better wink.gif (in fact 4K@30hz is still better than 1080p@144hz except games like counter strike)
yeah if your objective is to have a headache and throw up after an hour then yes, 30hz will be fine for that.
"games like counter strike" - that is every FPS,most TPP shooters + any fast first person games like Dying Light or third person like Assassin's Creed.
1080p 144Hz is better than 4K 30 fps (regardles of the refresh rate), and yes, 980Ti can handle 120/144fps in the new titles unless you turn every gameworks feature on.

And I don't think this actually follows: "I can't get 144fps @1080p on 980Ti so 4K 30 fps will be a better option". I don't think that would make sense at all. A person who prefers to have a 120/144hz display would never think this way. Better to just turn down/off some quality settings, you don't need much with OC'd 980Ti to reach that 144 fps in AAA titles actually.
Edited by Klocek001 - 2/1/16 at 11:04am
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i recently tested both 4K and 144hz screens and 4K is much better for gaming if you reach over 30fps stable
there is also not much difference between 100hz and 144hz for me
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i recently tested both 4K and 144hz screens and 4K is much better for gaming if you reach over 30fps stable
there is also not much difference between 100hz and 144hz for me

here's the problem.

Well,thing is neither is perfect but at least 1080p 144hz is playable, 4K 30 fps isn't (not for me and not for a huge amount of PC gamers). But I guess YOU said it's better so that's what everybody's going by from now on.
The first sentence I marked in bold is just too ridiculous to comprehend for me. You tested 30 fps vs 144fps and decided that gamers should choose 30 fps with 4K resolution cause you compared them both and it's better.
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