Originally Posted by nakano2k1
Well it's good that you gave it a whopping 72 hours before you cut bait and ran. Most places have a 14 day return period but it's a good thing that you didn't even wait to see what was going to happen. I mean, it wasn't like Freesync was a new technology at the time or anything. And it's not like early adopters have ever had issues when it comes to buying new tech.
Originally Posted by JackCY
I don't see any issue with Freesync other than you didn't like the performance of your AMD card compared to a 970 in some games that are nvidia optimized I suppose.
Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri
What issues with AMD cards? lol
They work the same as nVidia ones. Didn't like performance in some games? How so. Is there one game out there where 970 performs better than Fury?
chill guys, guy just said he had a
personal bad AMD experience, no need to bite his head off for that
AMD is not, in fact, perfect
Originally Posted by Zaor
As expected the 1070oc cannot compete much vs the 980ti massive overclock gains.There are games that they are going toe to toe but in others the 980ti is between 10- 20% faster.I don't expect much headroom from custom cards maybe 5% gains at best. The oc gains from the gtx 1000 series is underwelming currently gaining about 15% from overclock.Even the gtx 1080 seems unimpressive when pitted against the 980ti oc in the video.
These cards have no business being sold anymore than $400 and $600 at launch based on performance numbers and what is expected of new generation cards.Hopefully Vega delivers otherwise the consumers are screwed this year.
bull results b/c he always has stock 1070 at stock 980Ti level and below stock Titan X
every single review I read had stock 1070 ahead of stock 980Ti and on par with stock Titan X
yes 1070 gains ~15% from OC, and 980Ti gains 20-25% (depending if its 1400+ or 1500 Mhz), but 1070 stock IS in fact always ahead of stock 980Ti, so it ~evens out
but I see the shenanigansEdited by ChevChelios - 5/31/16 at 11:04am