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What are you talking about. I have a 4790(not K) and I'm running 1440p at 144hz. My desktop looks fine. What source do you have about this?
according to my iGPU, it can't do 1440p 144hz
but GTX 1080 is gonna be here soon...
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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

Almost too funny to see all the people in denial here. As expected.

Proof right in front of them but the ego is just too big.
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Yeah no

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post #203 of 389
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Yeah no
lol you've got 1500mhz 980ti 4 fps faster than reference in witcher 3
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

a 1500 980Ti never surpasses reference 1080, that is a straight up lie .. much less reaches an OCed 1080

a 1450Mhz 980Ti is on par with an OC reference 1070 (the review in the first post, done on a single system for all cards, directly comparing them against each other, shows that .. unlike cherry picked results by 980Ti users from different runs/setups) and both are ~20%+ below OC reference 1080

and a 1500 980Ti is only a tiny bit faster then 1450 980Ti



980Ti users really cant let it go, wow

and they use custom BIOS results against reference results LUL

I gave proof that the "never" bit is wholly incorrect, so as minute as the difference might be, the statement I quoted is still factually incorrect.
post #205 of 389
yeah Ive seen enough benches to say that a 1500 980Ti can only reach a stock 1080 that is heavily downthrottling


your average stock 1080 auto OCs to 1700-1800+ and stays there (may need an increased fan %) and a 1500 980Ti is not touching that
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yeah Ive seen enough benches to say that a 1500 980Ti can only reach a stock 1080 that is heavily downthrottling


your average stock 1080 auto OCs to 1700-1800+ and stays there (may need an increased fan %) and a 1500 980Ti is not touching that

That is BS. Mhz has nothing to do with it as those cards have different achritecture so you can't simply say 1700 of architecture XXX > 1400 of architecture YYY. Only tests and benchmarks can show, throwing numbers like 3000 Mhz here, 1500 Mhz here means nothing.

my 1550 980Ti has almost same results as stock 1080 (I am talking about few fps difference) of my friend (who upgraded from 780Ti). At 2000 Mhz (I OCed his card) the difference in games for us in 1440p are about 18-20%, plus minus in some particular games. I am happy I didn't fall for hype, and my friend is happy since from 780TI to 1080 is a big jump. And 1070 Oced is basicely equal to good OCed 980Ti. I could push my card further on water, but I do not see point.

Fact is also that 1080 OC very poorly compare to 980Ti.

Is 1080 faster than 980Ti? Hell yea, of course, it is new card. But not enough faster to consider it as reasonable upgrade.

Waiting for 1080Ti.
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well, my 980ti is officially sold for 470. 2GHz here I come.
but 4790K's igpu can't even handle 1440p above 60Hz, even the desktop is lagging big time

I just sold my 4GB Asus 980 Strix, now waiting for 1070 to release and yes HD4600 lags bad. biggrin.gif
    
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yeah Ive seen enough benches to say that a 1500 980Ti can only reach a stock 1080 that is heavily downthrottling


your average stock 1080 auto OCs to 1700-1800+ and stays there (may need an increased fan %) and a 1500 980Ti is not touching that

Yeah I'm gonna need to see some proof for that
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I just sold my 4GB Asus 980 Strix, now waiting for 1070 to release and yes HD4600 lags bad. biggrin.gif
Haha biggrin.gif
I feel your pain I sold my 290x for a great price awaiting new card releases.
I am now reduced to a HD 5670 after my backup 7950 died -_- lol
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yeah Ive seen enough benches to say that a 1500 980Ti can only reach a stock 1080 that is heavily downthrottling


your average stock 1080 auto OCs to 1700-1800+ and stays there (may need an increased fan %) and a 1500 980Ti is not touching that
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