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How are you temperatures with the FE edition? Any throttling did you notice?
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How are you temperatures with the FE edition? Any throttling did you notice?

Leaving the card at the stock fan curve is not a good idea while benching, you'll definitely lose boost.
That said while I was benching, I ran 100% fan speed and had no throttling or losing boost. The card stayed between 2078-2088 for all the runs no problem.

Max temp was 61c during the 1440P valley run.
    
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I don't think they charge you til it ships.

Cool thanks. This is my first evga a card. Back in the Philippines evga cards always had a premium price tag for some reason even reference cards are more expensive then custom cards from other manufacturers.
 
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Leaving the card at the stock fan curve is not a good idea while benching, you'll definitely lose boost.
That said while I was benching, I ran 100% fan speed and had no throttling or losing boost. The card stayed between 2078-2088 for all the runs no problem.

Max temp was 61c during the 1440P valley run.

Hmm I believe 61c degrees for a reference design is pretty good. 100% fan speed would not bother me as I usually game with headphones on.

Enjoy your GPU. Any plans to SLI later on? Not that you need to at 1440p.
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Uhhh since you're going with two cards anyway, is there a reason you'd pick the 1070 over 1080?

Well since I got the CF/SLI bug a few years ago its hard to scale back for me, I need some support groups lol.

anyways, I assume 1070 FTW to cost 450 dollars. Thats $900 for the setup. Two 1080 SC is 649 which gives me $1300. I just wonde if the perf gain is worth the 400 that I could use on some other hardware that's all.
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Yip I did it in the early hours this morning.
Same clocks as the valley runs

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8599032

Thanks for the info Clockster. Gonna add my 980 Ti G1 at 1485 MHz to the list of comparisons:

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8599032/fs/7294693



That 1080's 11.7% faster.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
feeling pretty good about a big-die-only upgrade cycle now tongue.gif
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Hmm I believe 61c degrees for a reference design is pretty good. 100% fan speed would not bother me as I usually game with headphones on.

Enjoy your GPU. Any plans to SLI later on? Not that you need to at 1440p.

The card isn't all that loud, although it could just be that I'm used to the noise as I bench a lot lol
Yeah temps are fine if you have an aggressive fan profile or running at 100%.
I was planning on getting a 2nd one but I 1st want to see how the Gigabyte Extreme card runs before buying a 2nd card.
I'll also be moving back to 4K, just waiting for a specific monitor to hit our shores.
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Thanks for the info Clockster. Gonna add my 980 Ti G1 at 1485 MHz to the list of comparisons:

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8599032/fs/7294693



That 1080's 11.7% faster.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
feeling pretty good about a big-die-only upgrade cycle now tongue.gif

You're welcome bud.
    
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Well since I got the CF/SLI bug a few years ago its hard to scale back for me, I need some support groups lol.

anyways, I assume 1070 FTW to cost 450 dollars. Thats $900 for the setup. Two 1080 SC is 649 which gives me $1300. I just wonde if the perf gain is worth the 400 that I could use on some other hardware that's all.

As long as you're below 4K 1070 SLI is plenty of power. Although I would wait to make sure there's no funny business with the 1070 again (ie 7+1 GB).
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Thanks for the info Clockster. Gonna add my 980 Ti G1 at 1485 MHz to the list of comparisons:

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8599032/fs/7294693



That 1080's 11.7% faster.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
feeling pretty good about a big-die-only upgrade cycle now tongue.gif

big die 4 life yo
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+rep

Very nice GPU for sure.

This is your result vs my 980ti OCed at 1454mhz... You beat me very very good my friend.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8599032/fs/8561842
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Pffft your graphics score is only 9.5% better than what I benched with my 980 Ti. tongue.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7476150
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8599032/fs/7476150

Plus I'm on Win 7 so slightly handicapped too lol
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Yip I did it in the early hours this morning.
Same clocks as the valley runs

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8599032
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Originally Posted by Serandur View Post

Thanks for the info Clockster. Gonna add my 980 Ti G1 at 1485 MHz to the list of comparisons:

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8599032/fs/7294693



That 1080's 11.7% faster.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
feeling pretty good about a big-die-only upgrade cycle now tongue.gif


Thanks fellas for making the picture a little clearer + 1 to all thumb.gif
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Thanks for the info Clockster. Gonna add my 980 Ti G1 at 1485 MHz to the list of comparisons:

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8599032/fs/7294693



That 1080's 11.7% faster.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
feeling pretty good about a big-die-only upgrade cycle now tongue.gif

If someone is buying a new GPU now the 1080 is the one to get, if you're already on a 980 Ti then i can see there not being much point in upgrading. Still the 1080 beats it especially in perf per watt. I'm just wondering how high these 1080s will go once we get custom pcbs with 8/6 pin power configurations. If Nvidia showed off a reference @ 2100 i think it was then we can expect 2300 or more with good custom coolers and pcbs.

I still feel that the 1080 Ti is very close, if Vega ships this year, expect big pascal to ship this year. It's almost like we're going back in time when big dies launched first and we didn't have to worry about something exponentially better coming out anytime soon. I'm feeling okay on a 970 @ 1080p, but i still might go for a 1070 and then a 1080 Ti, tis seems the better value in my mind.
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