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You can say this to Rx 480 too/ after 2 month will be equal to GTX 980 Ti.

Well, if your motherboard will survive for that long biggrin.gif
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All of the reviews I've seen state the cards are able to start at 2 ghz + but throttle back during extended use. Are you sure your card is maintaining that frequency or have you set it and assumed it stayed for the duration of playing?

PS just reread my question and it seems to be the wrong tone to me. I mean nothing other than curiosity. Just wondering if you adjusted the power targets and were using a monitoring software. And if so what the adj pt did to efficiency.

Reviewers cards are all air cooled.

My 1080 runs at 2113mhz with no throttling. Having the GPU under water and keeping it below 50c means that it never throttles.
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You have to understand what you're looking at.

The top 980 Ti scores are all examples of extreme to the point of virtually unobtainable systems. The level of CPU, memory, and GPU overclocking those systems are using is NOT indicative of anything normal people could achieve. The #2 on the list has a 980 Ti overclocked to 1977mhz. You're never going to hit that with any normal cooling system. Unfortunately overclocked CPUs aren't accurately listed but I'll bet that his CPU is well in excess of 5GHZ as well.

And the CPU makes a HUGE difference in Firestrike/Extreme/Ultra. Simply moving from a 4790k to a 6700k at the same speed will increase your score by 1500 or so. Firestrike Extreme is NOT a GPU benchmark, it's a full system benchmark. Which is why you see the R9 Fury X at #26 beating out hundreds of 1080s and 980TIs.

I mean, I understand that the top scores are pushing the absolute upper limit of what the card can do and put them under extreme circumstances to do what they do, but regardless, the GTX 1080 should be a faster card when pushed to it's extreme vs. 980 Ti extreme, right?
It just doesn't make sense to me that the 1080 is supposedly faster than a Titan X/980 Ti when it's nowhere near the 980 Ti scores.

I'm still not able to properly wrap my head around that..
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if anyone wondered about AIB 980Ti vs AIB 1070, they're pretty much exactly the same in performance







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Until that 980ti is OC'd.
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the same goes for the 1070
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the same goes for the 1070
There was OC 1070 in those benches you posted. Asus ROG Strix OC 1070 to be more precise
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yes and its not max OC, same as with 980Ti Super Jetstream .. its ~19XX, not 2100Mhz
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yes and its not max OC, same as with 980Ti Super Jetstream .. its ~19XX, not 2100Mhz
So you're saying the OC on that 1070 is out of the box OC?and the 980ti is also out of the box OC? Or that since neither are max OC it's a catch all?
Edit. Tell you what. Just link those benches and I'll check out the testing parameters myself. thumb.gif
Edited by maltamonk - 7/11/16 at 6:21am
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lets take a guess which one overclocks better??? my vote 980 ti unless you have terrible luck with gpu lottery>>>> and when you jump to 4k facts show 980 ti is stronger ..1070 is a good card but not the same.. If you want to saver power and not want to overclock yourself or water cool get yourself a 1070 and call it a day..
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