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hmm Im still unclear whether you actually need to touch the voltage slider for OCing the 1080 or not ?
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Wasn't this supposed to be one of the $599 cards? MSI's prices are absurd.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127944
 
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Wasn't this supposed to be one of the $599 cards? MSI's prices are absurd.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127944

Yeah, MSI is crazy.
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Wasn't this supposed to be one of the $599 cards? MSI's prices are absurd.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127944

For the most part yes. So far EVGA is occupying the price floor with their $609 blower-style card.

MSI is definitely pricing high compared to the competition. This card is $659 to EVGA's $609. The Gaming X is $719 to Asus' $679 (Strix). It seems they are taking advantage of the inventory shortage a little more so than the other guys.

It won't last though. MSI makes a good card (I own one) but it's not like the name is associated with a premium product. In other words, when given two similar cards, the average person it's going to ante up just to get that MSI name. Once inventory stabilizes I envision those prices dropping.
post #5635 of 6175
This launch feels like it was rushed out about a month early in order to eat up as much press coverage as possible before AMD launches their cards. There is a new rumor that supply shortages won't clear up until the end of July to early August. 2 months is a long time before you have a steady supply, even for a paper launch 2 months would be too long.
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bottom line is a customer ought to expect to have the same experience as a reviewer - including clock speeds

Bottom line, if a customer installs the software in the box, opens it up, and sets the speed like the included manual tells them to, they will.

These cards come with THREE different speed settings. To choose them you have to install the software. If you install the software in the box you can set the speed to the exact same settings as the reviewers had. How is that not the same experience as reviewers who had to go through the same steps? These speeds are not set by the BIOS, they are set by the software.
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Bottom line, if a customer installs the software in the box, opens it up, and sets the speed like the included manual tells them to, they will.

These cards come with THREE different speed settings. To choose them you have to install the software. If you install the software in the box you can set the speed to the exact same settings as the reviewers had. How is that not the same experience as reviewers who had to go through the same steps? These speeds are not set by the BIOS, they are set by the software.


That's the sticking point with this issue. The bios was supposedly modified to set the card at the OC mode settings. While the profiles are not set in the bios you can set the bios to match the profiles.
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nope, nothing official

but IMHO 6-9 months and likely close to big Vega release (which is likely anywhere Q1-Q2 2017)

I think 6 months is wishful thinking. The 980 Ti came out 9 months after the 980. I do not see Nvidia rushing to release a 1080 Ti any sooner.

So figure around March 2017 would be a good time to expect the 1080 Ti.
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That's the sticking point with this issue. The bios was supposedly modified to set the card at the OC mode settings. While the profiles are not set in the bios you can set the bios to match the profiles.

I'm not seeing the big deal.

End result is the same. Install the card, install the software, you can get the exact same speeds and exact same experience out of the box.
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I'm not seeing the big deal.

End result is the same. Install the card, install the software, you can get the exact same speeds and exact same experience out of the box.

I don't disagree with you. I think the whole thing is mute since the card ran at 2050mhz during the tests anyways. All of this is over GPU-Z screen shots, not performance numbers.
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