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2000+ 1080 is definitely faster than a 1500+ 980ti
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Lol at putting the 980Ti OC at 1250mhz. I've yet to see one 980Ti that couldn't do at least 1400mhz on Air with complete stability. I'm getting very similar numbers on Witcher at 1440p as this 1080 Zotac with a single 980Ti Lightning on air at 1530mhz. Looks like I'll be waiting for big Pascal.

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Nvidia-Geforce-Grafikkarte-255598/Specials/Benchmark-Test-Video-1195464/2/

Here's a Lightning at 1430 MHz vs a non-overclocked reference 1080.

1080 wins far more than it loses.
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Lol at putting the 980Ti OC at 1250mhz. I've yet to see one 980Ti that couldn't do at least 1400mhz on Air with complete stability. I'm getting very similar numbers on Witcher at 1440p as this 1080 Zotac with a single 980Ti Lightning on air at 1530mhz. Looks like I'll be waiting for big Pascal.

When's the last time you saw a benchmark of the 780ti@1200? Usually at 876 or something.
But don't worry, the best I've seen from gameworks this time around is hairworks and it isn't that much of a loss to not use.
The benches will portray your old model in a bad light, but it will still perform well.
I'm trying to wait for game limitations to justify my upgrade, but it's tough. I may go cfx vega just to have it.
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Lol at putting the 980Ti OC at 1250mhz. I've yet to see one 980Ti that couldn't do at least 1400mhz on Air with complete stability. I'm getting very similar numbers on Witcher at 1440p as this 1080 Zotac with a single 980Ti Lightning on air at 1530mhz. Looks like I'll be waiting for big Pascal.
lol you've got two 980ti's and still don't know that.

that's 1250 base clock + boost, around 1450MHz (stock is 1000 + boost which gives +1200MHz in real gameplay)
Edited by Klocek001 - 6/26/16 at 11:02am
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Going by that logic, many 480 owners will be angry when Vega comes too.

But anyone who doesn't have their head buried in the sand knows that new products replace old all the time.

It's nonsensical to be upset about it.
No, that leap is terrible. No one is going to be confused about a 20 dollar drop, if it even comes to that as new releases come to pass. People will be absolutely befuddled as to how their 800 card is now worth half that in a few months time.
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IS there any review of a 1070/1080 that has a second bios so you can load a non default bios and bypass the voltage limit placed by Nvidia? Just curious because no matter what cooler they have no matter what th voltage regulation is no matter how many pcie power connectors they have they all seem to be stuck around the same range
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No, that leap is terrible. No one is going to be confused about a 20 dollar drop, if it even comes to that as new releases come to pass. People will be absolutely befuddled as to how their 800 card is now worth half that in a few months time.

Was 780 worth $325 when 780 Ti released?

Was 980 worth $275 when 980 Ti released?

Since the answer is no, what precedent are you using for this 50% drop in value?
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Was 780 worth $325 when 780 Ti released?

Was 980 worth $275 when 980 Ti released?

Since the answer is no, what precedent are you using for this 50% drop in value?
Maybe no but I've seen the 980ti hit 440 in Canada, so 338 usd, still a pretty big drop. THe 980 tis were also like 950 bucks here before.
Edited by Eagle1337 - 6/26/16 at 12:18pm
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Was 780 worth $325 when 780 Ti released?

Was 980 worth $275 when 980 Ti released?

Since the answer is no, what precedent are you using for this 50% drop in value?
Was 980 worth $275 when 480 released?
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1080 will still be just as fast when 1080Ti releases

and you get it to use more then half a year before Vega or 1080Ti hit the market
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