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Thermals are a big issue on this card. I just want those perf caps gone and a better stable voltage don't like the jumping all over the place..
Reference cooler is doing a good job in my opinion. Best one so far on my end..

Not a big jump from my 980TI @ 1560 it is a side grade for me.

Same here, 1585/8500 GTX980Ti. Not worth the upgrade, definitely looking forward to the 1080Ti though.
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Have you seen these Hardwareluxx benchmarks?




1080 @ 2114/11520 is around 15% faster than a 980 Ti @ 1500/8000

Also what makes you think a $599 1080 is somehow going to be better than the FE? If I had to guess, I would break it down as follows:

- $599 1080s will use the reference board but an even worse cooler than the reference blower, so it's going to overclock even less than the FE
- between $599 and $699 you'll see AIB cards with custom coolers but still on a reference board. Thermals will be much better and power limits might be increased, giving slightly better overclocking
- $699+ you'll see the true custom AIBs with better coolers and a custom PCB

I'm not defending any setup, but those benches look a bit shady, no?

The TPU review showed the stock 1080 to beat the stock 980 Ti by around 25-30%, not by 10-15%... weird.
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Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz View Post

Thermals are a big issue on this card. I just want those perf caps gone and a better stable voltage don't like the jumping all over the place..
Reference cooler is doing a good job in my opinion. Best one so far on my end..

Not a big jump from my 980TI @ 1560 it is a side grade for me.

So you're saying a card at it's stock speed that costs the same as your extremely overclocked card isn't a fast enough jump to justify the upgrade?

Well, I'm shocked. Shocked I tell you. This is my shocked face. :-|



My highly overclocked 770s in SLI are as fast as your 980 Ti at stock speed. To me your 980 Ti was just a "side grade" which is why I am still running my 770s in SLI. Does that mean that your 980 Ti is really crap like you're trying to saying the 1080 is?
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its funny how all the BIOS-modded, liquid cooled 980Ti owners have to come and make it known to the whole wide world that they dont need to upgrade to the little old 1080 rolleyes.gif

WHAT A SHOCKER redface.gif
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6 weeks ago sold my G1 980 ti 650.00 with ek waterblock needed money and hate losing every upgrade, although happens anyway.
My G1 I would game 1575/8200 load 40C I regret selling now how would that have compared??
Also I could not wait anymore was using 660 backup card on 49in 4k wasabi had to play 1080. I saw a titan x on ebay bought for 600 shipped.
stock fan is garbage changed thermal paste cleaned card asic 72.6 game will play 1450 and throttles down cuz temps after 30 minutes gaming.
I orderd ek block should be here today if I can get 1550 8000 would it be close to 1080 performance?
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you went from a 980Ti to a Titan X when 1080 is already out ? wow ..
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So you're saying a card at it's stock speed that costs the same as your extremely overclocked card isn't a fast enough jump to justify the upgrade?

Well, I'm shocked. Shocked I tell you. This is my shocked face. :-|



My highly overclocked 770s in SLI are as fast as your 980 Ti at stock speed. To me your 980 Ti was just a "side grade" which is why I am still running my 770s in SLI. Does that mean that your 980 Ti is really crap like you're trying to saying the 1080 is?

I sold my 980TI to a friend in need of a gpu upgrade. My 980TI was hybrid and bios modded to a 1405 stock with a mere @ 1.168mV ready to go nothing needs to be touched. No perf caps problems no nothing.

The 1080 i have on stock speed mind you she boost to 1900mhz and at @ 2088MHz of overclock is only 11.5% faster than my 980ti in synthetic benchmarks that mind you are more efficient than game code, so yeah is a sidegrade to me.. 2gb extra of vram + fast sync... and a new gpu to tinker around till a new one shows up...

Thats how i see it, Thats how it is... i have and did the numbers myself on the same system using the same setup and nobody can tell me otherwise.

Anyway, i have a 980ti evga hybrid kit for her laying around for later. Testing card first before hand..
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 6/10/16 at 5:33am
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I sold my 980TI to a friend in need of a gpu upgrade. My 980TI was hybrid and bios modded to a 1405 stock with a mere @ 1.68mV ready to go nothing needs to be touched. No perf caps problems no nothing.

The 1080 i have on stock speed mind you she boost to 1900mhz and at @ 2088MHz of overclock is only 11.5% faster than my 980ti in synthetic benchmarks that mind you are more efficient than game code, so yeah is a sidegrade to me.. 2gb extra of vram + fast sync...

Thats how i see it.
Isn't Maxwell getting fast sync?
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Isn't Maxwell getting fast sync?

idk thats a good question
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Yeah I bought my titan last week kind of inpulse buy ,but I wanted one for awhile and I mod my bios and I don't care about power savings per say. Was gonna get 1080 gaming but I 8 pin power and I would have to wait to find out if and when they figure out bios mod.. also next choice msi 1080 gaming and they are price gouging 718 +waterblock and don't get me wrong 1080 is good card but I figured titan x if I want to resell next year holds value better probably keep it at that point. 1080 when 1080ti comes out will drop a lot in price it is faster than titan x but funny how a lot off people don't want to pay a lot for what they consider a small chip, and titan x overclocked with 12gb ram for someone playing 4k is still close to 1080 ? D

Does anyone running titan x at 1550 /8000 or around have benchmarks vs 1080 same cpu ram and setup hard to find honest review I feel every one is trying to make 1080 look much faster???
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