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Originally Posted by KarathKasun View Post

Linus Tech Tips had a 4GB card.

Its the same PCB and GPU, what is going to change overclocks when you are only seeing 5-10%?

If its running at lower memory speeds and different bios, it will not be as powerful as the 8GB version at stock, that is for sure. Which might mean less OC headroom if those are not the same memory chips.
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If its running at lower memory speeds and different bios, it will not be as powerful as the 8GB version at stock, that is for sure. Which might mean less OC headroom if those are not the same memory chips.

You are assuming just as much. You are no more correct than I am. Except I have more proof on my side. thumb.gif

BTW, 4GB cards can be anything from 7gbps to 8gbps. NewEgg has a 4GB card listed with 8gbps memory on it.
Edited by KarathKasun - 6/30/16 at 5:35am
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Even an oc'ed 1080 can't beat a good clocking 980Ti.

Performance wise the 1080 at sock is better than the 980 TI at a good overclock. The 1080 can run 30-35% faster than the 980 TI stock vs stock, and you are not getting 30% extra performance from the 980 TI even at a good overclock.

Price wise, especially 2nd hand, the 980 TI is a great deal though.
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Performance wise the 1080 at sock is better than the 980 TI at a good overclock. The 1080 can run 30-35% faster than the 980 TI stock vs stock, and you are not getting 30% extra performance from the 980 TI even at a good overclock.

Price wise, especially 2nd hand, the 980 TI is a great deal though.

If you are into benching, 980 Ti can clock MUCH further than 1500mhz. AFAIK it goes all the way to 1800 under LN2/cascade.
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That GTX970 is running at 1380/7200, that nowhere near the average overclock which is more like 1475/8000, so the GTX970 FPS should increase by 7%-10%.

100mhz increase from 1380mhz? (+small % ram increase)

Work out the clockspeed difference in %

Then try to tell me you'll gain up to 10% in fps, just no.

The card that scales well out of the two is the 480, that's why it's significantly faster in those benchmarks once OC'd

Plus for all we know the AIB 480 may go up to 1500-1600mhz.

From 1350mhz>1500-odd mhz with the kind of scaling we see there..............needless to say the 3.5GB 970 becomes even less relevant than it is already.
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If you are into benching, 980 Ti can clock MUCH further than 1500mhz. AFAIK it goes all the way to 1800 under LN2/cascade.

I will not run LN2 killing runs on my every day card. You might, but offering someone to buy a 980 TI because it can out perform the 1080 and then say "well just run LN2!" as an excuse... come on tongue.gif

Even into benching, most people aren't running LN2. At max water-cooled.
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You are assuming just as much. You are no more correct than I am. Except I have more proof on my side. thumb.gif

BTW, 4GB cards can be anything from 7gbps to 8gbps. NewEgg has a 4GB card listed with 8gbps memory on it.

That could also be a mistake.
Some cards there don't have any specs, some state basic core clocks as the boost clocks so...
If according to the specs some sites write of the 4GB in their reviews of the 8GB, it means the 4GB version is not going to run the same as the 8GB version.
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I'm a failure because I am confused at the market it was aimed at, and thought it would offer additional performance than whats been on the market for many years now.

I'm a failure because as an enthusiast I should worry about price performance before power draw.

I'm a failure because AMD promised that 480 CF would beat GTX 1080 in AOTS and as a bonus it was actually in more games than one. But the truth is two cards only matched GTX 1070 most of the time but I'd already over hyped and misunderstood the presentation so I'm upset over nothing really.

I'm a failure because it has released $100 cheaper than the GTX 970 was and I'm upset about it, and you get 8GB vram instead of 3.5, plus superior architecture for the future of DX12. It's also cheaper and far more efficient than the previous 390.

I'm a failure because hype train riders expected 390X and more out of the card at stock, but sadly you have to overclock it to reach beyond those speeds up to Nano/Fury and possibly Fury X speeds.

The card is a huge success with units flying out the door on day one,as they actually did a physical launch. and I'm upset about it cos I leakgarbage.

I'll bite tongue.gif
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