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Originally Posted by criminal View Post

Unless I missed it, it is a shame they didn't overclock the Titan X as well.

It's a shame that all they have are Founders Edition cards which are well known to hit their thermal limit and throttle back the GPU very quickly when overclocked. Even at default speeds the FE will often hit the 82C limit and throttle back with extended playing where a card like the Strix or Gaming X will stay under 70C and not have any throttling.
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

whats the point of Titan X when it has a $1000 price tag and needs waterblock for any decent OC

people rail on bad p/p of 1080, but Titan X never even had a p/p ...

Does it? I know plenty of people who have reached 1400+ on Air. The Titan X and 980Ti's are beast performers over 1400.

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Nvidia-Geforce-Grafikkarte-255598/Specials/Benchmark-Test-Video-1195464/2/
 
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It's a shame that all they have are Founders Edition cards which are well known to hit their thermal limit and throttle back the GPU very quickly when overclocked. Even at default speeds the FE will often hit the 82C limit and throttle back with extended playing where a card like the Strix or Gaming X will stay under 70C and not have any throttling.

Unless you decide to change the fan profile.
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EVGA just replied to a question on twitter,

Hybrid ETA late June/July for first stock,

Classified likely later.
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Unless you decide to change the fan profile.

Which of course results in a card that is 8-10db louder than the 3rd party AIBs which still run cooler. And even then the clock speeds are going to bounce up and down by 100mhz or more.
post #5786 of 6175
Still #260 out of 550+ orders with Memory Express on my EVGA GTX 1080 ACX 3.0

Starting to regret choosing them to place my order, even if they were the least scamy with their pricing...considering I don't have a backup GPU and can't even use my computer until I get my card.
Then there's the issue of my Step Up time frame which is ticking away while I don't even have my card yet...as a retailer I'm giving them a 3/10 so far. Really disappointed with Canadian retailers, NCIX gouges heavily, doesn't honor price matching and lies to get sales, Memory Express takes FOREVER to clear back orders and likes to tell you that you're free to cancel your order and shop elsewhere, Newegg didn't even get the non FE 1080 models until way too late in the game...and everyone else was even later to the game or are so small that I'd be a sad panda if something went wrong with the order and they told me to pound pavement.

Canada dun goofed up on the 1080 release. Big time.
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If you live near the border, just drive south and go hunting there.
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More a paper launch problem than anything else.
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

If you live near the border, just drive south and go hunting there.

I would have if that was an option. frown.gif Can't believe it's this bad in Canada, I was also told by Memory Express this is the result of EVGA not being able to meet supply demands. I'd love to hear what an EVGA official has to say about this.
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Blame nVidia for using GDDR5X since Micron didn't hit volume production until today.

Probably the root reason for this: http://www.tweaktown.com/news/52650/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-stock-improve-until-late-july/index.html
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