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I'd be curious to see where one of my gpu's(1530mhz) on Air stand against a 2000mhz 1080. I bet the gap is less then 5%.
against a 2100Mhz 1080 the gap will be ~15%+
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against a 2100Mhz 1080 the gap will be ~15%+
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against a 2100Mhz 1080 the gap will be ~15%+

Ok so a Unicorn 1080 that's stable at 2100mhz is 15% faster then a 980ti at 1500mhz which about 80-85% Ti members have achieved for $200 dollars more. What a deal. Like I said I'll wait for the 1080Ti.
 
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exactly

both are viable purchases



also personally I will get the 1180 as soon as it lands in 2018 so for me it makes no sense to get (or wait) for the 1080Ti in 2017 (1180 will only be a sidegrade to 1080Ti) .. it makes more sense to get 1070/1080 now and ride out ~2 years with it, then switch to 1180 .. instead of first waiting 6-9 months for 1080Ti and then waiting till 2019 for 1180Ti for the next real upgrade

Im also convinced 1080Ti wont come in 2016, but noone knows for sure

lol it's just 2 different upgrade tracks

If you usually buy x04 cards then you upgrade to x04 cards

If you usually buy x00 cards then you upgrade to x00 cards.

x00 of previous gen and x04 of next gen is usually about 30% apart in performance anyway, so depending on how the x00 card overclocks, that gap can be significantly closed, and the x04 card ends up being a side grade. Rinse and repeat.
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Ok so a Unicorn 1080 that's stable at 2100mhz is 15% faster then a 980ti at 1500mhz
lots of 1080s are stable at close to 2100, or at least @ 2050+ .. some are at 2100-2150

and by far not every 980Ti can be 24/7 stable everywhere at 1500+

so yeah, its about that


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for $200 dollars more. What a deal.
+ faster performance, even if its only 15%+
+ 2GB VRAM
+ faster VR
+ improved DX12 performance
+ less power draw
+ DP 1.4 and HDMI 2.0 ports
+ better future performance .. what about all that crying of "Maxwell gimping" I hear .. those ppl should be using that as an argument to NOT buy a 980Ti now even at a price cut tongue.gif
+ hypothetical unlocked vBIOS for Pascal which will increase OC - may or may not come

if you plan to skip the 1080Ti and stick with your current purchase for ~2+ years then yeah Id pay $200 for all that over a 980Ti


waiting 6++ months and then paying more for a faster card is not the optimal or best path for everyone

so people who buy a 1080 are just as right who buy a 1080Ti smile.gif
Edited by ChevChelios - 6/27/16 at 3:18pm
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lots of 1080s are stable at close to 2100, or at least @ 2050+ .. some are at 2100-2150

and by far not every 980Ti can be 24/7 stable everywhere at 1500+

so yeah, its about that
+ faster performance, even if its only 15%+
+ 2GB VRAM
+ faster VR
+ improved DX12 performance
+ less power draw
+ DP 1.4 and HDMI 2.0 ports
+ better future performance .. what about all that crying of "Maxwell gimping" I hear .. those ppl should be using that as an argument to NOT buy a 980Ti now even at a price cut tongue.gif
+ hypothetical unlocked vBIOS for Pascal which will increase OC - may or may not come

if you plan to skip the 1080Ti and stick with your current purchase for ~2+ years then yeah Id pay $200 for all that over a 980Ti


waiting 6++ months and then paying more for a faster card is not the optimal or best path for everyone

so people who buy a 1080 are just as right who buy a 1080Ti smile.gif
and by far not every 980Ti can be 24/7 stable everywhere at 1500+ No.
my zotac extreme 980ti crunch Boinc project 24/7 on 1525 mhz months now..so . still stable and health. but im have 4k 55 inch tv (like pc screen) only 30 MHZ in 4k resolution over hdmi kabel. early 3 years old 4K tv. so i must upgrade first to some 4k tv 60mhz .. but its lag always . ROG SWIFT PG348Q is great but i like big tv screen.will wait to full hdmi 2,0 tv with 60mhz no more than 1500usd.

So i think people must first change tv/monitor before upgrade to 1080 .. 1080ti or titan at end off 2016 or first q 2017. playing on NV 1080 in full hd1080 make no sense-waste money .
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Shills..lol relax mate

lol what makes you think I'm not relaxed?

If you think shills don't exist you're naive.
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Ok so a Unicorn 1080 that's stable at 2100mhz is 15% faster then a 980ti at 1500mhz which about 80-85% Ti members have achieved for $200 dollars more. What a deal. Like I said I'll wait for the 1080Ti.

The gap is roughly 15% in that review you linked; 1080 @ ~1733 and 980ti @ 1430.

There is not a snowballs chance that a 1530 ti is closer than 10% to a 1080 @ 2000. Most 1080s seem to be averaging ~2050. My SC scores 25k GPU score @ 2075/11200, what does your 980ti get @ 1530, 22k? That's a 14% difference.

Sure the gap isn't as large as everyone wants it to be, but you're seriously exaggerating your seemingly personal issues between the two GPUs. There's also the fact the 1080 is significantly smaller, uses less power, and is newer tech despite having very few uarch differences. It's still an impressive piece of equipment, but price is really the only thing people should be arguing about.
Edited by rv8000 - 6/28/16 at 12:28pm
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http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/nvidia_geforcegtx_1070_overclocking/

980Ti is still a beast. If buying now either a cheap 980Ti or a 1070 is the best bet. 1080 is just too much more money for little extra it offers.

Well it offers a fair amount of extra power but the 1070 is really where the value is I'd put it that way 1070 Value > 1080 Money pit but if one have the money and I mean plenty, why not ?

For similar price I'd pay for a 1080Ti but not for a 1080, it still can't max and run all games at 1440p@95hz, so if I was crazy enough to spend that amount, I'd sure wish to be able to have my FPS near 90's all the time biggrin.gif, regardless of the game, altought yea in most game it does that so it's pretty cool, plus I want some future proofness AND I can possibly squeeze more Hz's of my screen lol !

But like if you got 700+ to spend and you want the best card on the market right now can't really go wrong
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Ok so a Unicorn 1080 that's stable at 2100mhz is 15% faster then a 980ti at 1500mhz which about 80-85% Ti members have achieved for $200 dollars more. What a deal. Like I said I'll wait for the 1080Ti.

I guess I have a unicorn then, because my card is 100% stable at 2100mhz. I can almost certainly go higher while keeping it stable, but I haven't had enough time to really push the limits.,

100% stable at 2100mhz GPU and 11054mhz memory.

And I'll bet you that 1080 Ti that you can't find me a single person who has had a brand new 980 Ti at 1500mhz for more than a month that spent $200 less on it than I spent on my 1080. In fact, I would be willing to bet that you would have a lot of trouble trying to find one that spent even $100 less.
Edited by moustang - 6/28/16 at 9:38am
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I guess I have a unicorn then, because my card is 100% stable at 2100mhz. I can almost certainly go higher while keeping it stable, but I haven't had enough time to really push the limits.,

100% stable at 2100mhz GPU and 11000mhz memory.

And I'll bet you that 1080 Ti that you can't find me a single person who has had a brand new 980 Ti at 1500mhz for more than a month that spent $200 less on it than I spent on my 1080. In fact, I would be willing to bet that you would have a lot of trouble trying to find one that spent even $100 less.

You just keep justifying your purchase as long as you need to buddy. Nobody here cares...
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