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post #5961 of 11202
I doubt that a 770 would run my Settings in BF4 ... there is no bottleneck neither CPU/GPU both running close to 99%.

I have also tested it with 3D Mark ... and the graphic scores just shows the same differences. (GTX980Ti ~10500 GTX1080 - 11900-12000.)

i been also hoping that DX12 would make a difference ... but seeing BF1 performs worse with DX12 than with DX11...redface.gif

Not sure if i am gonna keep one of my remaining two GTX1080 or just keep the GTX980Ti which runs @ 1550 constantly and has no clock-drops unlike the GTX1070/1080.

i don't like Boost 3.0 too much ... in fact i think it's pretty annoying ... and i been looking for reasons to keep a GTX1080.tongue.gif
Edited by IronAge - 8/31/16 at 5:58am
post #5962 of 11202
I had a 970 and my performance gain was something from 80-90% (Measured in Firestrike) compared to 1080. I would have definitely skipped this generation if I had a 980ti. But that's me...
post #5963 of 11202
i had multiple gpus each gen at least ten GTX980Ti alone ... and the one i kept is the best of them oc wise. (Gigabyte Xtreme)

don't even play that much ... playing more with the cards, trying 10+ different Bios on each of them. redface.gif

btw: i flashed Gainward Goes like Hell Bios and reached highest memory overlock with that Bios 5576 ... maybe even 5584.

it has 240W max PL though ... but that should be enuff for a GTX1080 under air cooling.

when the difference between actually used PL and maximum PL gets too high i often observe PerfCap VRel.
Edited by IronAge - 8/31/16 at 7:03am
post #5964 of 11202
I conducted my testing with a Gigabyte Xtreme Waterforce 980ti at 1550/2000 against 1080 Classified and 1080 Waterforce at 2050/5000 and my findings were similar (around 15% at 1080p) so i sent both 1080 back.

My opinion is that the higher the 980ti clocks, the narrower the gap in perf between the two @ 1080p.

In terms of stock 980ti vs 1080 Classified and Waterforce I would go for 1080 everytime.

I think those with the newer big Ultrawide displays (3440x1440 or whatever it is) are probably better off with the 1080 as it has more VRAM and as a poster pointed out earlier, the higher the resolution, the lower the cpu bottleneck, allowing the 1080 to stretch its legs.
Edited by Besty - 8/31/16 at 7:34am
post #5965 of 11202
so I finally got it, was "lost in transit" for a while there. Zotac Amp. Happy so far. Boosts to 1987 stock:

and best oc I could do was +65 +400 75% volt, but will tinker with that to keep temps down, but i have an agressive fan curve, never goes past 77c


Funny thing is, my 980 ti still beats it in benchmarks like valley by a good 10 fps, but game wise it's clearly better. You don't play benchmarks though.
post #5966 of 11202
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Originally Posted by IronAge View Post

i had multiple gpus each gen at least ten GTX980Ti alone ... and the one i kept is the best of them oc wise. (Gigabyte Xtreme)

don't even play that much ... playing more with the cards, trying 10+ different Bios on each of them. redface.gif

btw: i flashed Gainward Goes like Hell Bios and reached highest memory overlock with that Bios 5576 ... maybe even 5584.

it has 240W max PL though ... but that should be enuff for a GTX1080 under air cooling.

when the difference between actually used PL and maximum PL gets too high i often observe PerfCap VRel.
May I ask what's the best BIOS(s) u've tried so far on 1080s?
The very best one I heard here was MSI seahawk x (non EK).
Some claimed Asus gave best clocks but also lower benchmark scores.
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and best oc I could do was +65 +400 75% volt, but will tinker with that to keep temps down, but i have an agressive fan curve, never goes past 77c
This is actually quite bad in comparison to quite many other custom models.
Is it 2-fan ver. or AMP Extreme? And what's the ambient?
post #5968 of 11202
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so I finally got it, was "lost in transit" for a while there. Zotac Amp. Happy so far. Boosts to 1987 stock: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

and best oc I could do was +65 +400 75% volt, but will tinker with that to keep temps down, but i have an agressive fan curve, never goes past 77c

Funny thing is, my 980 ti still beats it in benchmarks like valley by a good 10 fps, but game wise it's clearly better. You don't play benchmarks though.

You're hitting a lot of perfcaps in that 2nd image.
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May I ask what's the best BIOS(s) u've tried so far on 1080s?
The very best one I heard here was MSI seahawk x (non EK).
Some claimed Asus gave best clocks but also lower benchmark scores.

Best one for me thus far has been the MSI Gaming Z bios. But I have a Gaming X PCB. I think many people were getting the best results with founders edition bios. I have noticed in the latest whql driver (372.70) that my clocks have decreased by about 12 mhz at default. I have to kick up my core by another 10 in Afterburner and it goes right back to where it was before. Anyone else notice anything like this?
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I have noticed in the latest whql driver (372.70) that my clocks have decreased by about 12 mhz at default. I have to kick up my core by another 10 in Afterburner and it goes right back to where it was before. Anyone else notice anything like this?
It's probably stressing GPU harder than b4 for same clock. Few in Nvidia forum claimed their max OC not stable anymore and need knock down a notch (e.g. 2088 to 2063).
Isn't necessarily a bad thing except u might gotta tweak your OC again for 10-15min
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