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Originally Posted by KarathKasun View Post

Like all the people that say "I want AMD to compete so NV will suck less", but will never buy an AMD product. No matter if its better for their price point or application.

I'll never understand that. Why rip on a product that you obviously have no intention of purchasing. Hell, why even click on any RX 480 discussion link.

I sometimes think nVidia might be paying them to go in all the online tech forums and bash on AMD.

But whatever, everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Hopefully there are people smart enough to sift through and disregard the trash to make an informed decision.
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A good aftermarket 980 Ti only loses by 10% against an aftermarket 1080.
source ?

everything Ive seen puts it @ 15-20%


http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/nvidia_geforcegtx_1070_overclocking/

a 1455Mhz 980Ti there, but a 1500+ would only make it a few % faster
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for 1080 OC:
The best possible core clock speed/memory speed I was able to wring from this GPU was a solid 2050MHz to 2063MHz under load at the maximum reported temperatures. If I could keep the core temperature another 10 °C cooler, the card will run at 2126MHz all day long.

Edited by ChevChelios - 6/27/16 at 3:29pm
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Do you have any evidence for that? On that note, have any reviewers anyone has read, warned about upgrades from the 980ti to 1070/80 might not be that big of an upgrade?

I ask cause I think Nvidia managed to get away with that under the radar. Or am I missing those reviews?

Most of the reviews follow the NV guidebook, quote fantastic overclocking , do not compare to any AIB 980tis at all etc even in overclock reviews (hardOCP etc) . Quote big upgrade from maxwell .

Really you might be lucky if you can run one extra detail setting with the 1080 and you would have to tone detail down with the 1070. Max OC vs Max OC 980ti/TX etc.

Massive upgrade still rolleyes.gif
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I sometimes think nVidia might be paying them to go in all the online tech forums and bash on AMD.

I wouldn't be surprised. Hell, AMD should probably do it too. Perception is everything, and if majority something someone sees at first glance is negative, they won't bother with going deeper. Not that they should always, at the end of the day you only have so much time to shift through everything before moving on.
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source ?

everything Ive seen puts it @ 15-20%


http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/nvidia_geforcegtx_1070_overclocking/

a 1455Mhz 980Ti there, but a 1500+ would only make it a few % faster

I agree a 980ti would still be 15-20% slower than a 1080 ti max oc vs max oc whilst been on par or better than a max OC 1070. Certainly in firestrike ultra results i browsed through the other day there were no 1070 SLI setups close to TX or 980ti SLI setups. Difference of at least 500 points there.

I estimated with my TX at 1530 mhz gaming clocks that i'm behind by 5-12 % in 4k to a 2100mhz 1080. That's a very small difference , almost negligible for any real world benefit.

Like any sane person i'll wait for a decent upgrade for my $$.
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source ?

everything Ive seen puts it @ 15-20%


http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/nvidia_geforcegtx_1070_overclocking/

a 1455Mhz 980Ti there, but a 1500+ would only make it a few % faster
I guess it's closer to 15%. It's about 10% compared to the Gigabyte 1080. On average, maybe 13% loss.


It's from the TPU overclocking results. 980 Ti Matrix vs aftermarket 1080s. Most sites that test overclocking use the ridiculously gimped stock 980 Ti.

Assuming the TX at the same clocks is about 9-10% faster then it's 7% slower than the best aftermarket 1080. That's slightly better than 980 vs 780 Ti.
Edited by Pyrotagonist - 6/27/16 at 3:52pm
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I guess it's closer to 15%.


It's from the TPU overclocking results. 980 Ti Matrix vs aftermarket 1080s.

Assuming the TX at the same clocks is about 9-10% faster then it's 7% slower than the best aftermarket 1080. That's slightly better than 980 vs 780 Ti.

Its almost interesting to think that if NV had left the Maxwell OC headroom in the Pascall cards, the 1070 would have lost to 980ti in the reviews , especially AIB models (but they were barred from reviews so maybe not). The 1080 would have come close to loosing to the TX at stock also.

I guess they engineered it so it was not the case - stock clocks slightly faster than last gen 1070 vs 980ti etc , but it does mean OC vs OC is very important to take into account when buying.
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What are the chances the NDA gets lifted before the cards are a available for sale? I'm going to get one regardless, but jumping in basically blind makes me nervous.. I always do thorough research on things before I buy, and with the 480, there isn't really solid enough info.
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Ah, the classic uphill cavalry charge against scaled fortifications and spear walls. Always your best bet.

remember what jon snow did?

he knows something!
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What are the chances the NDA gets lifted before the cards are a available for sale? I'm going to get one regardless, but jumping in basically blind makes me nervous.. I always do thorough research on things before I buy, and with the 480, there isn't really solid enough info.

Chances are slim to nil at this point. There was a rumor that NDA might lift June 24th, but that has proven false. Fortunately there is enough information in leaks to at least make an educated guess as to the card's performance. Honestly, the only real dilemma for someone who has read every leak like me is whether to get a reference model or wait for the AIB's. Reference is appealing to me, but with an AIB I could always run stock speeds in the summer and overclock in the winter. biggrin.gif

If I recall correctly, the NDA lifts June 29th at 9AM EST. Your best bet would be to read all the reviews that get dropped at that time and then try to make a decision before they sell out.
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