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So you'll have to unlock a bios (which I'll never do) to add voltage which is what'll make the second power connector relevant? If that's the case then I'm definitely leaning towards a 1 connector card for the sake of less cable in my case.

Was thinking the same myself and was about to cancel my Asus strix. Then I remembered that I also wanted the Strix for the dual HDMI outputs, because I preferred the aesthetics over all the other monstrosities, because of the PWM case fan outputs on the card and because I don't have to install the 6pin power connecter if it turns out I don't need it.
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yes whole 1% of them. actual real world gamers play at 1080p 60hz with GTX970 and 2500K.

it's easy to spend too much time on this forum and imagine every else is also running dual TitanX with 5960X and so on.

This metric gets tossed around so much. It's the same one percent that buy the latest gpus or the same one percent that get 4k and 2k displays. One percent of a very conservative 1 million gpus sold is still 10,000 users.


Edit - I was actually able to find some statistics. In 2014 NVidia pushed out a little over 7 million gpus. That makes the arbitrary 1 percent around 70,000 users.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/8446/the-state-of-pc-graphics-sales-q2-2014
Edited by axiumone - 5/28/16 at 10:15am
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Asus STRIX 1080 runs at 2025MHz on stock clocks and scores 11 000 in Firetrike Extreme
It max out at 63C at 40% RPM speed. Very impressive!





Comparison with older GPUs

Edited by iLeakStuff - 5/28/16 at 9:36am
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always exciting to see new cards, all this talk of the ti variant is more exciting. Still can't afford either wink.gif
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... because of the PWM case fan outputs on the card and because I don't have to install the 6pin power connecter if it turns out I don't need it.

I would not recommend doing that. Seriously? rolleyes.gif If you have an 8-pin and 6-pin then plug them both in.
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I would not recommend doing that. Seriously? rolleyes.gif If you have an 8-pin and 6-pin then plug them both in.

Unless it works like the 290x Lightning I think he'll have to. Unless this is what Pascal is doing?
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Unless it works like the 290x Lightning I think he'll have to. Unless this is what Pascal is doing?

ASUS Strix is 8+6 pin with custom PCB and higher TDP than ref 1080.
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I'm sorry but was this shared?



stock clock of 1.84GHZ
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Asus STRIX 1080 runs at 2025MHz on stock clocks and scores 11 000 in Firetrike Extreme
It max out at 63C at 40% RPM speed. Very impressive!





Comparison with older GPUs

I think what's most impressive is the temps.
Wish we knew what sort of overclocking headroom there was...

My Gigabyte GTX1080FE @ 2076Boost (+180Core, +575 mem)

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12204127?
    
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It doesn't matter, mostly or often ASIC means on GPUs the amount of leakage not the actual chip quality or ability to run higher clocks or anything. High ASIC low leakage, lower losses of power, but having the opposite has it's advantages as well, there is no clean win here.

Marketing wise they could and I think they sometimes are like EVGA selling people high ASIC cards even though they don't say what it really means only because people always want the higher number lol More clock, more voltage, more power, more connectors, more cooling, more ASIC what ever that means, ...

The only thing worth paying for in GPUs is a well designed PCB with decent VRMs and cooling. After that should come if you want to OC it yourself or you want to buy one of the factory OCed cards.

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AngEvil that 1440p/144Hz is lost on you, give it to me tongue.gif 60 vs 120Hz for me is like night and day.

Higher ASIC means less volts at stock but also a higher leakage, so when you start pushing more volts through the card it'll crap out earlier.

Low ASIC is the exact opposite, and is much more preferable if you're overvolting, as long as temperatures are under control. As I said in an earlier post, 780 Ti Kingpin cards were binned for low ASICs for precisely this reason.

So if those 90%+ ASIC numbers are real, well expect very little voltage scaling on air/water.
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