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Titan X, is not faster than a aftermarked cooled / retail overclocked GTX 980 Ti, only time a Titan X could be faster is probably in games who use all those 12 GB of RAM for high resolution.

Or if you can properly cool it, i.e under water and put a proper BIOS on it.
     
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Or if you can properly cool it, i.e under water and put a proper BIOS on it.

I already said in that post that alternative cooling solutions ( after market) later made the 980Ti faster, but the original benchmarks at the start done by TomsH and Hexus were inaccurate as they used old benchmark data and drivers for the Titan X , but new optimised drivers for Maxwell with the GTX 980TI, only a few sites like Anandtech did the benchmarks correctly, realising that the new drivers had been specifically tailored to maxwell . There are also Hybrid solutions for the Titan X now, but never seen on the same benchmark as a 980Ti aftermarket solution review.

\/ \/ Original review \/ \/

http://www.anandtech.com/show/9306/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-ti-review/10

I've seen the aftermarket cooler benchmarks for the 980ti, but the stock Titan X is always used in the comparison tables, never a hybrid.

Each to their own, I need the extra Vram for work which completely overshadows gaming as a priority, so a few fps either way wouldn't make a difference to my purchase decision. Plus pointless now as I am waiting for Pascal.

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Noticed yesterday that TFT central, under their reviewed monitors, now lists the PG348Q as coming soon ...

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Originally Posted by SRPlus View Post

I already said in that post that alternative cooling solutions ( after market) later made the 980Ti faster, but the original benchmarks at the start done by TomsH and Hexus were inaccurate as they used old benchmark data and drivers for the Titan X , but new optimised drivers for Maxwell with the GTX 980TI, only a few sites like Anandtech did the benchmarks correctly, realising that the new drivers had been specifically tailored to maxwell . There are also Hybrid solutions for the Titan X now, but never seen on the same benchmark as a 980Ti aftermarket solution review.

\/ \/ Original review \/ \/

http://www.anandtech.com/show/9306/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-ti-review/10

I've seen the aftermarket cooler benchmarks for the 980ti, but the stock Titan X is always used in the comparison tables, never a hybrid.

Each to their own, I need the extra Vram for work which completely overshadows gaming as a priority, so a few fps either way wouldn't make a difference to my purchase decision. Plus pointless now as I am waiting for Pascal.

........................................

Noticed yesterday that TFT central, under their reviewed monitors, now lists the PG348Q as coming soon ...

Yep sorry did not see your initial comment and fully agree, was only commenting on the fact the TX is only faster in situations where 12 GB of VRAM is requied. most benchmarks or reviews as you noted are done on ref cooler which are pretty limiting in addition to the driver optimisation. Heck even now I have a pair of the Titan X ACX 2.0 coolers and throwing them on the TX's with the exact some settings on precision X, sees the ACX 2.0 cooler boosting higher. Under water even higher also. Boost 2.0 is a very fickle thing and very sensitive to temps so no doubt for a majority of people a Aftermarket 980Ti is the choice to pick.

Yep the guy on TFT writing the article posted in another forum he got his panel on the 25th, looking forward to the review smile.gif Anyways time to go kill me some Ghouls biggrin.gif
     
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Yep sorry did not see your initial comment and fully agree, was only commenting on the fact the TX is only faster in situations where 12 GB of VRAM is requied. most benchmarks or reviews as you noted are done on ref cooler which are pretty limiting in addition to the driver optimisation. Heck even now I have a pair of the Titan X ACX 2.0 coolers and throwing them on the TX's with the exact some settings on precision X, sees the ACX 2.0 cooler boosting higher. Under water even higher also. Boost 2.0 is a very fickle thing and very sensitive to temps so no doubt for a majority of people a Aftermarket 980Ti is the choice to pick.

Yes definitely.

I'd only ever recommend a Titan X over a 980ti, if the person needed the extra Vram for professional applications like Max or Maya, working on large data sets, or the extra Cuda cores for GPU compute, rendering or development, scientific computation etc, and maybe 4K surround gaming on some titles.

If I didn't need the Xtra ram, and the system was only for gaming / media, the 980ti would be a better choice over the Titan X, but mainly from a price point IMO.

Looking forward to the GTC :-) Hoping for a 2Q release on the Titan Pascal...
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Yes definitely.

I'd only ever recommend a Titan X over a 980ti, if the person needed the extra Vram for professional applications like Max or Maya, working on large data sets, or the extra Cuda cores for GPU compute, rendering or development, scientific computation etc, and maybe 4K surround gaming on some titles.

If I didn't need the Xtra ram, and the system was only for gaming / media, the 980ti would be a better choice over the Titan X, but mainly from a price point IMO.

Looking forward to the GTC :-) Hoping for a 2Q release on the Titan Pascal...

Actually the Titan X 12GB can be usable if you use DSR at 3440x1440
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Just ordered off of amazon, Hope it comes in sooner than later!
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Just ordered off of amazon, Hope it comes in sooner than later!

Yes, wondering if I should wait for Newegg since I can save $100 in taxes with them. Of note, the X34's are also "In Stock" (same day), but their delivery time is 4 to 6 weeks. I have a feeling the Asus will be the same.
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Yes I'll make some photos, I have until next monday before sending back the monitor.
But I confirm that something happens when I enable overclocking. I can't explain exactly how but in short, it's like gamma is >2.4 instead of 2.2, resulting in more washed out colors.
Text icon on the desktop is a bit blurred, like a bad interpolation.

If someone could make the test :

- racing mode in OSD
- brightness 40 / contrast 50 / RGB at default settings

You can use this wallpaper : https://interfacelift.com/wallpaper/details/3928/atlantis_nexus_nebula.html

Enable/Disable overclocking and see if fhere's difference.

You can also use lagom contrast & gamma tests --> http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/contrast.php

Overclock ON = obviously too much gamma / Overclock OFF = pass all the tests

Thanks wink.gif

Still waiting for those pictures of scan lines and the colour difference on desktop
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Originally Posted by Roger Huston View Post

Yes, wondering if I should wait for Newegg since I can save $100 in taxes with them. Of note, the X34's are also "In Stock" (same day), but their delivery time is 4 to 6 weeks. I have a feeling the Asus will be the same.

why pay taxes? you in Cali? I don't pay taxes when ordering from New egg, well I paid $1300 on the spot from Amazon, It looks like 3 weeks or so, Dang. oh well I hope I get it on the fist bacth
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Originally Posted by jacob650 View Post

why pay taxes? you in Cali? I don't pay taxes when ordering from New egg, well I paid $1300 on the spot from Amazon, It looks like 3 weeks or so, Dang. oh well I hope I get it on the fist bacth

With Amazon, I pay taxes in Nevada, with NewEgg I don't.
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