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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

I mean with settings at max in 1440p (Not MSAA but FXAA etc) smile.gif

My old 780 was having troubles with newer games a year ago at 1080p when I upgraded it. 30 fps+ if anything approaching max graphics.

Though even my 950 was able to handle games I tested on it at 1440p with enough settings dropped at 30+ FPS.
     
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oc'd 1070 matches oc'd 980Ti in Witcher 3, while consuming 120W less under load. I think I might actually trade my 980Ti 6G Gaming (81.4 asic) for 1070 8G Gaming X. The Witcher 3 is the only already released game I'm playing, and 1070 will be getting better support for future titles.

Your g1 will actually perform better when OC'd than the 1070 gtx. Pascal doesn't have headroom for overclock. You will only loose money and performance when switching to the 1070 gtx.
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post #183 of 389

yeah but you can have 3 or 4 980ti/TitanX compared to 2 1070/1080 so no reason to upgrade for 3-4 way 980ti/Titanx owners unless you are having sli issues or need the new features.

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Here is an OC comparison vs a custom 980 ti and the 1070 gtx. Before and after both are OC, the 980Ti g1 wipes the floor with the 1070 gtx.

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/nvidia_geforce_gtx_1070_review,29.html

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/gigabyte_geforce_gtx_980_ti_g1_gaming_soc_review,35.html
lol 2 different reviews on 2 different setups almost a year apart

worthless


the only review Ive seen that actually pits OC 1070 vs 980Ti OC within the exact same tests & same set-up is the OverclockersClub one (dated May 31, 2016)

and you can see the results in the first post: OC 1070 beats OC 980Ti by 3% in 1440p


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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

Is one GTX 1070 enough for 1440p?
of course
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So it looks to that with my current 980TI FTW (currently OC'd at around 1450 Mhz)

I can see some gains from even a reference 1080 with OC?

I'd only be going with an EVGA 3.0 ACX http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-6181-KR


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an OCed 1080 is going to be ~20%+ faster then a 1450Mhz 980Ti / OCed 1070
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Wait a minute. Ppl keep saying that the gap between 980Ti and 1080 gets smaller if you compare oc'd vs oc'd. Now here are some Witcher 3 comparisons
23% over oc'd 980Ti actuallt translates to the same 12 fps difference that 980Ti oc'd has over 980 oc'd. The percentages grew smaller (is that really an expression?) . Both 1080 and 980Ti gain 7 fps from overclocking, it just translates to better oc potential on 980Ti percentage wise. The fps difference remained the same, 12 fps difference stock 1080 vs stock 980Ti, 12 fps difference oc'd vs oc'd.
So it's not like 980Ti can close the gap to 1080 when comparing oc'd vs oc'd. It's a matter of percentage.
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stock 1080 is up to 30% (or even 35% maybe) above a stock/reference (1075 Mhz) 980Ti

OC 1080 is ~20%+ over a 1450 Mhz 980Ti
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

stock 1080 is up to 30% (or even 35% maybe) above a stock/reference (1075 Mhz) 980Ti

OC 1080 is ~20%+ over a 1450 Mhz 980Ti
yes but the fps difference remains the same.
let's say the difference between 980ti stock and 1080 stock is 23 fps. Comparing both oc'd it still gonna be 23 fps. 980Ti is usually 15-25 fps behind 1080 @1440p, and it's gonna be the same 15-25 fps when comparing oc'd vs oc'd. So it's not really like 980Ti can practically narrow the gap.
post #190 of 389
You all make very valid points about overclock % and fps differences. So the order is 1080 > TitanX > 980ti = 1070 > 980. Please keep this chart in mind when upgrading. Honestly if you already have a 980ti I would not recommend the 1070 unless you just want possibly better driver support, 8gb ram, the new features, and less power consumption. 1080 is an upgrade from 980ti, but not by much, if its worth the $$ to upgrade that is your call, but if it was me id wait for 1080ti/big pascal/Vega.
Edited by Alwrath - 6/6/16 at 8:04am
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