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GTX 1070 Founders Edition Performance Review



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Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz View Post

i guess newegg went in the scam wagon as well on ebay...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/PNY-GeForce-GTX-1080-DirectX-12-VCGGTX10808PB-CG-8GB-256-Bit-GDDR5X-PCI-Express-/301972111009?hash=item464ef0bea1:g:lPMAAOSwVyRXTwm~


In the beginning they were offering the card with 11% discount on ebay main page as a flat $699, now it went up...

Newegg has always had a pricing algorithm in place that would adjust the prive according to the supply and demand.
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Originally Posted by KarathKasun View Post

Somebody had an old school terminology fart. Scan Line Interleave was the 3Dfx term. Scaleable Link Interface is the NV term. Crossfire is the AMD term.

The method used now is AFR or SFR, scan line interleaving has been dead since 2001.

If you want to be pedantic, Crossfire is a broad term encompassing Crossfire, CrossfireX and XDMA. XDMA being the method that current Crossfire communicates. AFR and SFR do not deal with the physical link that two or more GPU's talk to one another. They deal with how the processing load is divided.

My reference is play to this part of the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rO7pfttVAn0#t=3m12s
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I'm just posting this for anyone who cares




GTX 1070 BASE, BOOST, and MEM (so far)
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photo 2016-06-01 18_06_50-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 _ VideoCardz.com_zpskzrwbqsw.png
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I'm just posting this for anyone who cares




GTX 1070 BASE, BOOST, and MEM (so far)
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photo 2016-06-01 18_06_50-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 _ VideoCardz.com_zpskzrwbqsw.png

Asus is claiming 1070 Strix has a clock of 1883.
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Little late to the party there.
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

1080 founder's cards available at EVGA:

http://www.evga.com/products/Product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-6180-KR

You order yours yet? tongue.gif
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Send me 2 please.

Oh sure. This from the person that claims Nvidia pays off their reviewers. You sure have changed your tune. No more nvidia bashing for you. ROFL That 1080 sure caught you by surprise. So much for being well informed. i knew your were just bla, bla, bla.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1600401/various-gtx-1080-reviews/950#post_25170896
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Thtoncij: e problem is that Nvidia is known to hire people to actually write favorable forum posts to manipulate masses. Many years ago Nvidia was caught paying people to do similar things, and even paid people to first gain community trust by writing balanced or negative things, then, turn the tide with favorable ones when needed. We also know that, like video game journalists who have prices per % point in reviews, some hardware reviewers (mainly popular Youtubers) get cash for that or get free review samples to keep as a payout. You mess up the review, no next preview for you.
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If you want to be pedantic, Crossfire is a broad term encompassing Crossfire, CrossfireX and XDMA. XDMA being the method that current Crossfire communicates. AFR and SFR do not deal with the physical link that two or more GPU's talk to one another. They deal with how the processing load is divided.

My reference is play to this part of the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rO7pfttVAn0#t=3m12s

If you want to be really pedantic, SLI was the link AND method with 3dfx. The physical link was the VGA feature connector, well, a version of it at least. XDMA is just a marketing term fro pre-existing PCIe functionality reserved for high end server parts. AFR and SFR are related to the link indirectly insofar that they were not available before compositing became possible with newer mGPU setups (NV SLI/AMD CF/XDMA).

Thanks for attacking the pedantic BS when you were off by a massive amount that dwarfs the pedantic. thumb.gif
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