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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post


1784 = 1900

you heard it here first

Well who knows I've seen reviews even state max boost speed to be 1900mhz, the clock speeds seem to be all over the place depending on game.

Anyway I guess the 480 will be an overclocker's dream if it goes from 1120mhz up to 1500mhz+

I find it confusing this open ended boost is just terrible with different games and reviews running different clockspeeds. Just hard to get clear cut numbers on what kind of gains will be had.

The picture you showed validates my post...........1885mhz max boost on the Founder's.
Edited by Waitng4realGPU - 6/23/16 at 7:45am
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

means 1080 owners will have played through Watch_Dogs2, BF1, Mafia III,Mass Effect,GR:Wildlands,Dishonored 2,Deus Ex, Forza Horizon,Resident Evil VII and probably more I can't name ATM by then


but I guess if for some gaming is comparing benchmarks then it doesn't matter, they'll get their 1080 killer eventually. Just like people comparing how great of a deal is RX 480 over 980 almost 2 years later.

What does that mean? Are those titles 1080 exclusive?

The 1080 is a bit of a strange card.. It isn't powerful enough to be a true single 4K card, and it's ridiculously overkill for 1080p.. The only market i see a use for it is high-refresh displays..

None of those titles are going to cripple the 980/390, etc. People who aren't at 4K can easily wait for the real 4K cards like Vega and big Pascal, and will probably ultra all of those titles at 60fps/1080p. The 1080 is a stop gap, not the be all end all..
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Omg i cant play with my 980ti anymore frown.gif The minimum requirement is the fastest gpu out there.

I buy a GPU before those AAA titles I want to play and I don't think you have any grounds to question that method cause it's just good.

If I already played them on my 980Ti then I would not buy a new GPU after that just to sit idle or post benches on ocn.
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1.98GHz @48% fan out of the box still not satisfying enough for amd fanbois
Amd fanbois are more impressed by 2xslower RX480 which clocks up 1.36GHz with 30% smaller die size biggrin.gif
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It isn't powerful enough to be a true single 4K card, and it's ridiculously overkill for 1080p.
and apparently things like 1440p (both 3440x1440 & 2560x1440) and 100-165Hz refresh rates dont exist

even though they have been the sweet spot of premium gaming (for both 16:9 & 21:9) for a while now ...
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it's underkill for 1440p 144hz but I'll take what's available ATM instead of waiting.
especially with a ton of friggin amazing stuff coming out in q3-4 16"
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The only market i see a use for it is high-refresh displays..

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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

and apparently things like 1440p (both 3440x1440 & 2560x1440) and 100-165Hz refresh rates dont exist

even though they have been the sweet spot of premium gaming (for both 16:9 & 21:9) for a while now ...

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Originally Posted by Waitng4realGPU View Post

People used to count overclock numbers compared to what out of the box performance was, not anymore.

Stock FE's get a 1900mhz boost standard, so a 2100mhz is a 10% gain compared to stock clock speed, and around a 6%-7% gain to performance. (iirc from a youtube vid I saw)

Can you show me the stock FE that goes to 1900mhz without any form of overclocking?

Because I can show you the Nvidia page that says the stock base clock is 1607mhz and the boost clock out of the box is 1733mhz.

So a 2100mhz boost clock would be a 21% gain in stock clock speeds and around a 15% performance gain.
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I buy a GPU before those AAA titles I want to play and I don't think you have any grounds to question that method cause it's just good.

If I already played them on my 980Ti then I would not buy a new GPU after that just to sit idle or post benches on ocn.

Your logic makes no sense in general. I don't know what is wrong with you.

Maybe you should go back and read your post.
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yes such a small market redface.gif
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