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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

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 I'm gonna need to see some proof for that

Yeah I'd like some dx12 thuban - fx 8150 - fx 8350 - sandy - skylake benchmarks but no one does that biggrin.gif
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proof ?

pretty much any single 1080 FE review, look at their stock boost clock values, they go above the stated 1700+ something, sometimes way above


heres an even better one - 1898Mhz 1080 FE - http://www.overclock.net/t/1600401/various-gtx-1080-reviews/5210#post_25243026


if you think your 1500 980Ti is touching that then good luck redface.gif
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I'm asking for proof that a 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 won't be able to match a 1080 running at 1700-1800 boost clock, which is what you claimed in the quote below.
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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

And don't give me the "go search yourself" cop out; the burden of proof is on you. I've already posted HardwareLuxx's results in this post, if you can prove their 1080 was somehow downclocking to 1600 MHz then I'll concede the point.
Edited by magnek - 6/10/16 at 1:06am
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thats only one result which you are taking as gospel


the tests in the first post of this thread, for example, show an OCed 1080 23% over a 1455Mhz 980Ti .. stock 1080 vs 45Mhz higher 980Ti does not bridge a 23% gap
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This is probably very relevant for a lot of you guys.
OverclockersClub have overclocked all three cards and put them against each other in 10 games.

GTX 980Ti: 1455MHz
GTX 1070: 2050MHz
GTX 1080: 2050MHz

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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

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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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

thats only one result which you are taking as gospel


the tests in the first post of this thread, for example, show an OCed 1080 23% over a 1455Mhz 980Ti .. stock 1080 vs 45Mhz higher 980Ti does not bridge a 23% gap

Because a stock 1080 boosts to 2050 MHz out the box. doh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gif

And aren't you also taking OverclockersClub's result as gospel if it's the only other result? Which is why I asked for proof in the first place.

Edit: Let me make this very clear: your claim is a 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 can't even match a STOCK 1080 unless it is heavily downthrottling. I am asking for proof of that.
Edited by magnek - 6/10/16 at 1:34am
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It's not the CPU cores that are the problem, it's the GPU that's embedded in Haswell that's anemic. When my GPU went down last year, I tried to do the same thing on my 4790K. I was pretty peeved when I found out the iGPU couldn't even drive 1600P@60, I had to lower it to a headache inducing 30Hz.

I don't use iGPU, but the 4970K is such a good overclocker. I've been running mine at 4.9Ghz 24/7 with just 1.28v and a stable 5.2Ghz only needs 1.34v. However, my 4770K won't even get past 4.6Ghz.. lol
Edited by Pragmatist - 6/10/16 at 1:42am
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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

Witcher 3 got decent scaling. GTX 980 Ti 33FPS. GTX 980Ti SLI 56FPS. 70% scaling. Not far from typical 80% scaling. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


75% scaling on 1440p


i wouldn't trust those results from http://us.hardware.info, the other graphs wont have the same gain especially in 4k with only 5-17fps increase

http://www.pcgamer.com/geforce-gtx-980-ti-3-way-sli-overkilling-it/ not much of gain in others benchmarks as well
Edited by jmcosta - 6/10/16 at 2:00am
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

thats only one result which you are taking as gospel


the tests in the first post of this thread, for example, show an OCed 1080 23% over a 1455Mhz 980Ti .. stock 1080 vs 45Mhz higher 980Ti does not bridge a 23% gap

Honestly dude,

You need to chill out. Almost all of your posts seem rushed, and nothing seems to make sense. I think you need to take more time typing, and thinking. Most of the GTX 980 Ti owners are here saying they are glad they didn't sell and upgrade.

You read that last part? They are glad they didn't sell and upgrade. They recognize that it is an upgrade, but they don't consider the percentage gains worth the extra cost. No one here is denying that OC Vs OC, stock, vs stock, AIB vs AIB, and REF vs REF that the 1080 isn't better. They are simply saying that they are glad they held on to their wallets for a bigger upgrade. We aren't trying to rain on your parade of getting a new card, as you shouldn't be raining in their parade for keeping their old card. Everyone has a different situation. Financially, and a different thought process when it comes to upgrading.

All i'm trying to say is respect the other members, and try to calm down a bit.
 
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proof ?

pretty much any single 1080 FE review, look at their stock boost clock values, they go above the stated 1700+ something, sometimes way above


heres an even better one - 1898Mhz 1080 FE - http://www.overclock.net/t/1600401/various-gtx-1080-reviews/5210#post_25243026


if you think your 1500 980Ti is touching that then good luck redface.gif

Not a 980 Ti but go to the bottom part where it says "GTX 1080: Spezialbenchmarks". The 980 Ti and Titan X are both OC'd and the Titan X gives the 980 Ti a nice beat down and surpasses the stock 1080 as well: http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Nvidia-Geforce-Grafikkarte-255598/Specials/Benchmark-Test-Video-1195464/2/
    
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2nd hand / used price?

I'm still finding it hard to believe that anyone would pay the same price for a used GTX 980 Ti than a GTX 1070 when both have virtually the same performance but:

- The GTX 980 Ti would be used.
- The GTX 980 Ti has 25% less VRAM.
- The GTX 980 Ti is probably out of driver updates.
- The GTX 980 Ti uses way more power.

I wouldn't pay more than $300 for a used GTX 980 Ti.
I say that a lot but idiots will pay almost full price for used computer parts, it's mind blowing.
    
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