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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.

You'll need 2100MHz on the 1070 to match the 980 Ti at 1500MHz. At those clocks the 980 Ti will win by a little.
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I would go with the 1070 just because it`s not as much of a furnace as a 980ti is, and once oc-d they perform pretty much the same. So less heat coming out of the case is a good thing.
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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.

I mean if you are buying high-end card case shouldn't be a problem. My 980Ti wouldn't go over 65c at any point with +87mV and clocks mentioned above.

@Noirgheos Thanks. I'm not happy about that change but..ah. I guess 2000mhz would be average overclock, anything near 2050mhz I will be happy.
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Originally Posted by Noirgheos View Post

You'll need 2100MHz on the 1070 to match the 980 Ti at 1500MHz. At those clocks the 980 Ti will win by a little.
I had a Ti that did 1500 stable... my current 1070 does 2101 stable hahah... talk about coincidence, but I'm most pleased that the 1070 does it with ~100W less power draw, a lot less heat dumped in my room thumb.gif
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I had a Ti that did 1500 stable... my current 1070 does 2101 stable hahah... talk about coincidence, but I'm most pleased that the 1070 does it with ~100W less power draw, a lot less heat dumped in my room thumb.gif

I had 980Ti 6G that could do 1510MHz on core (no added mv) and 7800 on memory, but that's more for bragging than real gaming cause it could not run them both at the same time, even with 100% fan. It'd either downclock or crash cause the temps were getting out of hand. Contrary to that, my overclock on 1080 FE is stable, both core and memory (2063/1100 and counting biggrin.gif), and my fan is nowhere near maxed (custom curve, hitting 84% max)
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I had 980Ti 6G that could do 1510MHz on core (no added mv) and 7800 on memory, but that's more for bragging than real gaming cause it could not run them both at the same time, even with 100% fan. It'd either downclock or crash cause the temps were getting out of hand. Contrary to that, my overclock on 1080 FE is stable, both core and memory (2063/1100 and counting biggrin.gif), and my fan is nowhere near maxed (custom curve, hitting 84% max)

Your 980Ti would still beat 1070 Oced in many games. My is 1550/8000 stable and I am rocking average 125 FPS on DOOM Ultra 1440p maxed out (sometimes it goes down to 110, sometimes it goes up to 143 fps).

Still waiting for 1080Ti. TITAN X is here in next two weeks.

Come one NVIDIA biggrin.gif
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Your 980Ti would still beat 1070 Oced in many games. My is 1550/8000 stable and I am rocking average 125 FPS on DOOM Ultra 1440p maxed out (sometimes it goes down to 110, sometimes it goes up to 143 fps).

Still waiting for 1080Ti. TITAN X is here in next two weeks.

Come one NVIDIA biggrin.gif

Probably not after a few more weeks of driver improvements.
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Probably not after a few more weeks of driver improvements.

Yes keep saying that. I do not understand the mindset that you can write software to take advantage of a process shrink from 28nm to 16nm or higher clocked transistors.
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Yes keep saying that. I do not understand the mindset that you can write software to take advantage of a process shrink from 28nm to 16nm or higher clocked transistors.

Assuming Pascal is a die-shrunken Maxwell with higher clock speeds, correct?
     
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Yes keep saying that. I do not understand the mindset that you can write software to take advantage of a process shrink from 28nm to 16nm or higher clocked transistors.
Pascal is pretty much spent for dx11, because of/thanks to maxwell
but dx12 shows the gap between 980ti and 1080 to grow from 30% to 40-50% so there is much to explore. same goes for vulkan.
Edited by Klocek001 - 7/24/16 at 10:55pm
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