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If you guys plan to watercool your cards with the new bridge, taking a dremel to the corners of the bridge will not affect the performance of the bridge at all, and it'll work 100%. I confirmed this with this system last week at work lol

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Yes. It runs around 2050-2088 MHz stable in benchmarks. I can get it up to 2100 in in game but it has crashed a couple of times so I backed it down a bit. +197 core, +500 memory seems to be a good gaming stable compromise for me. For benchmarks I can bump the vram up to +700 without issues but prefer games to not crash before a save.

As far as your score, there's a bottleneck somewhere. Your CPU isn't the bottleneck. It's faster than mine in Heaven. I am only overclocking all cores to 4 GHz. It's in an x16 3.0 configuration. Confirmed it is running at PCIe 3.0 x16 during load.

My DDR4 is in quad channel mode, running at 2400 MHz. It is 2800 MHz rated, but I have a 950 Pro SSD and I prefer it to run at full speed. Fiddling with the BCLK tends to slow it down.

My card is running at 2050 mhz in benchmark. My cpu is running at stock clock (4ghz-4.2ghz), DDR4 dual channel ram running at 3000 mhz (Ripjaws V rated at 3000mhz), and I only have a 850 EVO ssd. I haven't mess with any overclocking in my system yet as I don't have enough fans for proper airflow in the case yet. But I see a lot of people getting 16-17k on very similar set up on Firestrike but I only get about 15.4k
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I guess you didn't realize that your 980ti @1500 was already more powerful than a Titan X.

That's not true, considering a TITAN X can also be overclocked to 1500 in the best conditions, there is no way for that to be possible.

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Yes. It runs around 2050-2088 MHz stable in benchmarks. I can get it up to 2100 in in game but it has crashed a couple of times so I backed it down a bit. +197 core, +500 memory seems to be a good gaming stable compromise for me. For benchmarks I can bump the vram up to +700 without issues but prefer games to not crash before a save.

As far as your score, there's a bottleneck somewhere. Your CPU isn't the bottleneck. It's faster than mine in Heaven. I am only overclocking all cores to 4 GHz. It's in an x16 3.0 configuration. Confirmed it is running at PCIe 3.0 x16 during load.

My DDR4 is in quad channel mode, running at 2400 MHz. It is 2800 MHz rated, but I have a 950 Pro SSD and I prefer it to run at full speed. Fiddling with the BCLK tends to slow it down.

My card is running at 2050 mhz in benchmark. My cpu is running at stock clock (4ghz-4.2ghz), DDR4 dual channel ram running at 3000 mhz (Ripjaws V rated at 3000mhz), and I only have a 850 EVO ssd. I haven't mess with any overclocking in my system yet as I don't have enough fans for proper airflow in the case yet. But I see a lot of people getting 16-17k on very similar set up on Firestrike but I only get about 15.4k

Power management profiles (both Windows and Nvidia cpl) could be part of it. Running the GPU at x8 instead of x16 could impact it a little bit as well. Not having proper airflow in the case could *definitely* be hurting you, considering the card will throttle the clocks down.

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If you guys plan to watercool your cards with the new bridge, taking a dremel to the corners of the bridge will not affect the performance of the bridge at all, and it'll work 100%. I confirmed this with this system last week at work lol



That's good to know, I guess. When the bridge is no longer a unicorn, I will possibly look into it. Still waiting to see what EK comes up with.
Edited by mypickaxe - 7/10/16 at 12:29pm
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A single SLI bridge isn't nearly enough for dual 1070's. It is literally a laggy mess on GTA V, whereas a single 1070 is fine.


EDIT: Victory! I found a ribbon SLI bridge in my storage, so I now have two SLI bridges! I hooked both of them up, and the stuttering is all but gone! biggrin.gif
Edited by Mad Pistol - 7/10/16 at 1:02pm
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TitanX oced its a bit faster than 980Τι oced.
A 980Τι can do1450-1500mhz , easilly with stock voltage.
The conclusion is that a 980ti@1450-1500mhz is faster than a 1070@2050-2100mhz.
My mistake, i sell my 980ti to buy a slower graphics card redface.gif

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That's not true, considering a TITAN X can also be overclocked to 1500 in the best conditions, there is no way for that to be possible.

Well we were talking about Nvidias comparison of a 1070 to a TitanX, which was a comparison against a stock Titan X. A 980ti @ 1500mhz is absolutely more powerful than a stock Titan X.



I started back over from scratch and overclocked the memory first and was able to get +750 on the memory and +145 on the clock. During the test it was 2037-2050 mhz.

I was able to break 21,000

Result: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9253174

Stress Test: http://www.3dmark.com/fsst/59325
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Well we were talking about Nvidias comparison of a 1070 to a TitanX, which was a comparison against a stock Titan X. A 980ti @ 1500mhz is absolutely more powerful than a stock Titan X.



I started back over from scratch and overclocked the memory first and was able to get +750 on the memory and +145 on the clock. During the test it was 2037-2050 mhz.

I was able to break 21,000

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Stress Test: http://www.3dmark.com/fsst/59325
Read my posts again.
I said 1070 have good performance at stock clocks, out of the box 1070 its faster than 980ti reference for sure.
I am disappointed from the overclock performance though..Poor overclock performance, a overclocked 980ti or titanX easily jumb ahead from an overclocked 1070.
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Read my posts again.
I said 1070 have good performance at stock clocks, out of the box 1070 its faster than 980ti reference for sure.
I am disappointed from the overclock performance though..Poor overclock performance, a overclocked 980ti or titanX easily jumb ahead from an overclocked 1070.

I understand that, but you said that they claimed it was faster than a Titan X so you got one. That was Nvidia that made that claim, users discovered very quickly (before anyone could buy a 1070) that OC'd Titan X's and 980ti's were as fast or faster than OC'd 1070's. The only performance upgrade path for those users was the 1080.
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I understand that, but you said that they claimed it was faster than a Titan X so you got one. That was Nvidia that made that claim, users discovered very quickly (before anyone could buy a 1070) that OC'd Titan X's and 980ti's were as fast or faster than OC'd 1070's. The only performance upgrade path for those users was the 1080.

Thats why i told "my mistake".
I sell the 980ti and grab a 1070, because i thought its faster but...no..
If overclock both its slower, i think i do a downgrade not upgrade..
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TitanX oced its a bit faster than 980Τι oced.
A 980Τι can do1450-1500mhz , easilly with stock voltage.
The conclusion is that a 980ti@1450-1500mhz is faster than a 1070@2050-2100mhz.
My mistake, i sell my 980ti to buy a slower graphics card redface.gif

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That's not true, considering a TITAN X can also be overclocked to 1500 in the best conditions, there is no way for that to be possible.

Well we were talking about Nvidias comparison of a 1070 to a TitanX, which was a comparison against a stock Titan X. A 980ti @ 1500mhz is absolutely more powerful than a stock Titan X.

Now you're just changing the rules so you can win an argument. I'm done.
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I think the 1070 will be faster in the end thanks to the advancements for VR, but that remains to be seen. However, OC vs OC, you are right, an OC'd 980 TI will beat an OC'd 1070 in most scenarios (but not all)
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