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980Ti is not a 4K card either, even 1080 isnt

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lets take a guess which one overclocks better??
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7257/palit-geforce-gtx-980-ti-super-jetstream-video-card-review/index10.html
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The Palit GeForce GTX 980 Ti Super JetStream overclocked quite well for us, where we were able to reach 1240MHz on the GPU, resulting in a Boost Clock of 1328MHz. This is up from the default clocks of 1152MHz and 1241MHz, respectively.

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1070 is a good card but not the same
yeah it is

1070 = 980Ti
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So i've got a 980ti G1 that can be returned in the next 15 days, should i stick with it or get a 1070? Looped heaven with it @1535 but haven't gotten to making it game stable, it looks like ~1500 might be reasonable. Would i have more luck with a 1070?
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So i've got a 980ti G1 that can be returned in the next 15 days, should i stick with it or get a 1070? Looped heaven with it @1535 but haven't gotten to making it game stable, it looks like ~1500 might be reasonable. Would i have more luck with a 1070?

1070 and 980Ti OCed are pretty much SAME cards. Depends how much you paid for your 980Ti. If you can pay roughly the same amount of money for 980TI and 1070- buy 1070 because newer is newer. However if you can pay much less for 980Ti and you do not consider buying 1080, I would stick with 980Ti if money is issue for you.

1535 in Heaven is good, you can probably get around 1520 in games but you need to work more around Voltage, power limit etc. I had same with my G1 and right now 1550 stable no problem. I had to play a lot with Voltage.

1070 you won't get more luck (in terms of performance). It will OC as good as any other 1070 which is the same performance as 980Ti decently OCed.

Remember both are two different architectures so don't compare them like 2100Mhz > 1530Mhz, because it does not work like it smile.gif.

So:

First price, if price is not an issue, it is always better to grab newer stuff, so I would get1070 if price would be roughly the same. But don't expect 1070 to run better than 980Ti, as tests have shown that both cards are pretty much the same.

If you wanna something faster- consider 1080. If not- just look on price.
Edited by Benny89 - 7/11/16 at 7:27am
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1070 and 980Ti OCed are pretty much SAME cards. Depends how much you paid for your 980Ti. If you can pay roughly the same amount of money for 980TI and 1070- buy 1070 because newer is newer. However if you can pay much less for 980Ti and you do not consider buying 1080, I would stick with 980Ti if money is issue for you.

1535 in Heaven is good, you can probably get around 1520 in games but you need to work more around Voltage, power limit etc. I had same with my G1 and right now 1550 stable no problem. I had to play a lot with Voltage.

1070 you won't get more luck (in terms of performance). It will OC as good as any other 1070 which is the same performance as 980Ti decently OCed.

Remember both are two different architectures so don't compare them like 2100Mhz > 1530Mhz, because it does not work like it smile.gif.

So:

First price, if price is not an issue, it is always better to grab newer stuff, so I would get1070 if price would be roughly the same. But don't expect 1070 to run better than 980Ti, as tests have shown that both cards are pretty much the same.

If you wanna something faster- consider 1080. If not- just look on price.

Both are relatively the same price, i can return the 980ti and get a 1070 or just keep the 980ti. No sure yet what's the best course of action.
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

1070 and 980Ti OCed are pretty much SAME cards. Depends how much you paid for your 980Ti. If you can pay roughly the same amount of money for 980TI and 1070- buy 1070 because newer is newer. However if you can pay much less for 980Ti and you do not consider buying 1080, I would stick with 980Ti if money is issue for you.

1535 in Heaven is good, you can probably get around 1520 in games but you need to work more around Voltage, power limit etc. I had same with my G1 and right now 1550 stable no problem. I had to play a lot with Voltage.

1070 you won't get more luck (in terms of performance). It will OC as good as any other 1070 which is the same performance as 980Ti decently OCed.

Remember both are two different architectures so don't compare them like 2100Mhz > 1530Mhz, because it does not work like it smile.gif.

So:

First price, if price is not an issue, it is always better to grab newer stuff, so I would get1070 if price would be roughly the same. But don't expect 1070 to run better than 980Ti, as tests have shown that both cards are pretty much the same.

If you wanna something faster- consider 1080. If not- just look on price.

What were your final stats (voltage, mem, etc.) for the 1550 on the G1?
 
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Hey guys, I had a question regarding the the maximum performance of the 1070/1080/980 Ti.
I was looking at the 3D Mark Hall of Fame for Fire Strike Extreme (X1 GPU) and I noticed that there wasn't a 1080 or 1070 in the top ten at all, it was all 980 Ti's.
In fact there isn't a GTX 10X0 card to be seen until the 24th overall score.

I would expect if the GTX 1080 is a faster card, then it should have smoked all these 980 Ti scores by now, correct?

I'm sure there's just something I'm misunderstanding.

Reposting my question.

I'm not trying to flamebait or try and get negative reactions out of people, etc etc.
I'm honestly just curious why the GTX 1080 is not the #1 score, let alone in the top 20 high scores since it's faster than the 980 Ti.

Perhaps I'm looking at the wrong metric, or people just need more time with the GTX 1080?

If anyone wouldn't mind clearing up the confusion for me that'd be awesome, thanks
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Reposting my question.

I'm not trying to flamebait or try and get negative reactions out of people, etc etc.
I'm honestly just curious why the GTX 1080 is not the #1 score, let alone in the top 20 high scores since it's faster than the 980 Ti.

Perhaps I'm looking at the wrong metric, or people just need more time with the GTX 1080?

If anyone wouldn't mind clearing up the confusion for me that'd be awesome, thanks
1080 has just launched
1080 has lower ipc than 980 Ti
1080 clocks less in extreme cooling
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Reposting my question.

I'm not trying to flamebait or try and get negative reactions out of people, etc etc.
I'm honestly just curious why the GTX 1080 is not the #1 score, let alone in the top 20 high scores since it's faster than the 980 Ti.

Perhaps I'm looking at the wrong metric, or people just need more time with the GTX 1080?

If anyone wouldn't mind clearing up the confusion for me that'd be awesome, thanks
well if you didn't try to flamebait then you shouldn't ignore the obvious..... best scores are from December 2015 and January 2016, and done on Kingpin or HoF editions....
so it took 6 months or more to get a score like those, and obviously an extreme version of the card. Within the first 25 best results, the earliest are dated to mid October, so 4.5 months after 980Ti launched. Not to mention 980Ti supply was plenty since launch.
1080 might get a lower % oc than 980Ti, it might never break the 1.97GHz 980Ti's score either (it probably will tho), but it's been a month since the launch and the supply is not even half of GM200's. No ordinary 1080 under water can touch a 2GHz 980Ti, so just be patient if you're into following benches. So far the best score for 1080 is a 2.16GHz one, which is really nothing that extraordinary, my FE does 60MHz less on stock cooling at 100% fan and voltage. That ordinary 2160MHz 1080 beats a Titan X running close to 1.7GHz tho, so 1080 will make it the top eventually.
Edited by Klocek001 - 7/11/16 at 10:42am
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My 980 Ti is at 1500MHz and my new 1070 is at 2.08GHz.

More often than not, my 980 Ti wins at those clock speeds. Around 5-10FPS more on average in Witcher 3 (never dropping below 70FPS on both at 1440p, hairworks off obviously), Fallout 4 the lead is much smaller with them always within 1-2FPS of each other, and in DOOM, I'm keeping up with a 1080 OCed, blowing the 1070 OCed out of the water. Overall, if the two cards are the same price, get the 980 Ti, if the 1070 is $10 or more cheaper, 1070 for sure. I just sold the 1070 for a hefty sum, and am enjoying more or less any game I throw at my 980 Ti at 1440p Ultra 70-90FPS completely maxed out, save for gameworks when its an option. Should last another 2 years at the same settings for over 60FPS I suppose.
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I had mine gtx980ti G1 @ 1500/7600 for 3 months. I paid now extra 90$ to get 1070 G1. I had some issues with card on my gaming setup and money wasn't the issue. I just hope that I can get same performance with average clock and I'm good on long term. I get more vram and less power consumption, if money was the problem I wouldn't do this.
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