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of course not

This is your post in the 1080 review thread.
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close to 2130 sometimes the card clocks a bit down but close enough

That was at 2130mhz firestrike ultra right?

If the card clocks down a bit, even a tiny bit, That is what I would deem throttling.
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This is your post in the 1080 review thread.
That was at 2130mhz firestrike ultra right?

it clocks down form like 2130 to 2110 more or less and then goes back up...its not a temperature " thing" its just how pascal works i guess
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it clocks down form like 2130 to 2110 more or less and then goes back up...its not a temperature " thing" its just how pascal works i guess

It's the voltage limitation afaik. I'm assuming it wouldn't do that at say 2100mhz and lower.
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I really like the looks on the MSI and Gigabyte cards but it seems that all of these custom cards are the same in terms of Temp and OC, everything else is pure marketing, "we have this we have that blabla" but in the real world they average the same so we are going to just end up paying whatever brand we like the most, in my case I went for the Evga just because it was earlier in AmazonUK.

True....i really think MSI is a solid card in my few hours with the card i cant find really any thing bad to say....Pascal would be great if the price was low these cards do not justify the jump coming from a 980 TI IN GAMING at least

That is my honest opinion unless Nvidia releases better drives i really dont see that much gains in gaming scenarios.

OC wise there is some thing holding back these cards i dunno what though temperatures are fine core to core seems slower then Maxwell, OC 2000mhz is not really impressive on bench testing but every point counts right!
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stock boost clock 1873@5005 fan profile 70% Firestrike ultra 5143

oc first run 2062mhz@5200 fan profile 70% Firestrike ultra 5554

oc second run 2088mhz@5200 fan profile 70% Firestrike ultra 5628

oc third run 2113mhz@5200 fan profile 70% Firestrike ultra 5637

oc fourth run 2130@5200 fan profile 70% Firestrike ultra 5684

So by your numbers you managed a 14% OC over stock boost and that netted a 10% performance increase over stock boost. The 1080's OCing headroom really is pretty underwhelming and the performance scaling is even worse. But let's be real, OCing performance doesn't matter too much as stock performance is still pretty incredible. Pretty card btw! thumb.gif
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So by your numbers you managed a 14% OC over stock boost and that netted a 10% performance increase over stock boost. The 1080's OCing headroom really is pretty underwhelming and the performance scaling is even worse. But let's be real, OCing performance doesn't matter too much as stock performance is still pretty incredible. Pretty card btw! thumb.gif

This was the best with 5% more voltage


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500 points is a big difference in FS ultra.

Well its significant but its still only a 10% increase in performance over the 980Ti which is pretty much what several of us were trying to explain when everybody was losing their minds over the card on announcement night. Definitely more of a side grade from GM200 just like the 980 was over GK110. Coming from anything other than GM200 would make for a pretty awesome upgrade however...
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Well its significant but its still only a 10% increase in performance over the 980Ti which is pretty much what several of us were trying to explain when everybody was losing their minds over the card on announcement night. Definitely more of a side grade from GM200 just like the 980 was over GK110. Coming from anything other than GM200 would make for a pretty awesome upgrade however...

The 1080 TI will be a massive upgrade, better scaling HBM2 maybe, even a bigger difference from the 980 to the TI i can already smell it biggrin.gif

pascal is "gimped" from the start.

It really sucks being a graphic enthusiast these days biggrin.gif
Edited by Menta - 6/6/16 at 7:15pm
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First, the card hasn't been reviewed yet, even though that's most likely the case due to the nature of pascal so far and what we've seen from the MSI Gaming X review. Second I listed the numerous reasons why the FTW version is worth the extra 30$ over the SC, and for an enthusiast most should be something you're paying attention to.

The overall point is that I see zero reason to buy a STRIX 1080 outside of wanting a 1080 ASAP, or if you're just going to grab a block for it. Destine to come with a bad stock bios, loudest 1080 cooler from AIB we've seen so far, worst thermals we've seen from the AIB coolers so far, and smeh customer support. The reasoning wasn't solely directed at you, more so I'm surprised so many people are willing to shell out for the STRIX model when both MSI and Gigabyte will likely have better alternatives in the same price range.

Yep, that's pretty much my reasoning in a nutshell. 1080 seems to be the same no matter who you buy from so it boils down to this:

How much are you willing to pay for better cooling and a unique look? Rest doesn't matter so far. I choose EVGA because of the step up program and the small premium for the ACX 3.0 cooling.
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Look's like the determining factor for a 1080 seems to be how quiet you want your card and if you want more than 1 HMDI ports. Really the only things that matter since Pascal hasn't been scaling much with voltage/power.

Pretty sad really that some FE's (although loud) could potentially keep up with crazy 12-16 power phase beasts. redface.gif
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