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post #171 of 218
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Originally Posted by Robilar View Post

You are running at 1440P 144hz G-Sync? A 980Ti would max out most games so a 1080 will not make much of a difference.

There are many games the 980 Ti doesn't do great on highest settings. Rainbow Six: Siege, The Witcher 3, GTA V, Crysis 3, etc. (I could go on for awhile). In these circumstances having a 1080 has been a huge difference.
post #172 of 218
I dont really see it even with 1080 and witcher 3 everything maxed I was in the 50s with 4.8ghz 6700K, that`s @ 2560x1440
post #173 of 218
Did you OC your 980 Ti and 1080?

Stock vs stock 1080 is I think around 35% faster, but if you ran your 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 or thereabouts, it's basically equal to a stock 1080, so you'd have to really push your 1080 to see any significant gains.
post #174 of 218
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I dont really see it even with 1080 and witcher 3 everything maxed I was in the 50s with 4.8ghz 6700K, that`s @ 2560x1440

In The Witcher 3 I'm getting around 15 FPS more on average. It's the difference between a choppy feeling gameplay experience and a smooth one for me. Pretty hard for me to miss smile.gif 60 FPS (or less) doesn't feel very good to me and the 1080 really helps stay above that.
post #175 of 218
I think I had hairworks off when I played with the 980ti @ 1405/7500 right now its every slider to the right and stock 1080, but I got to say I like how cool the card is fan runs at 35% while playing witcher and does not create nowhere near as much heat as the 980ti did thumb.gif
post #176 of 218
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Did you OC your 980 Ti and 1080?

Stock vs stock 1080 is I think around 35% faster, but if you ran your 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 or thereabouts, it's basically equal to a stock 1080, so you'd have to really push your 1080 to see any significant gains.

I don't think such a 980 Ti will be quite a 1080's equal. Granted my GTX 980 Ti was limited to 1488/7100, and my "stock" GTX 1080 still boosted to 1949 MHz (at most), but the "stock" GTX 1080 was still clearly faster except in ArmA 3 where it was slower (release drivers mind you, haven't tested since).

- EDIT: And the GTX 1080 regardless of clock speed seems about the same in S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Lost Alpha.
 
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Yeah my 1080 stock boosts to 2036. I can't really OC it though. It doesn't like it. I paid the extra due to the cooling. I live in South Florida. It's the hottest time of year and this thing still games in the 65C range.
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Yeah my 1080 stock boosts to 2036. I can't really OC it though. It doesn't like it. I paid the extra due to the cooling. I live in South Florida. It's the hottest time of year and this thing still games in the 65C range.
What is your room temp?
    
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I don't think such a 980 Ti will be quite a 1080's equal. Granted my GTX 980 Ti was limited to 1488/7100, and my "stock" GTX 1080 still boosted to 1949 MHz (at most), but the "stock" GTX 1080 was still clearly faster except in ArmA 3 where it was slower (release drivers mind you, haven't tested since).

- EDIT: And the GTX 1080 regardless of clock speed seems about the same in S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Lost Alpha.

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Yeah my 1080 stock boosts to 2036. I can't really OC it though. It doesn't like it. I paid the extra due to the cooling. I live in South Florida. It's the hottest time of year and this thing still games in the 65C range.

You guys have some absolutely amazing 1080s if they boost to ~1950-2040 at stock. bigeyedsmiley.png

I based my comments off of these benchmarks: http://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.php/artikel/hardware/grafikkarten/39124-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-mit-pascal-architektur-im-xxl-test.html?start=35

Granted they only tested 4 games and I don't know what their "stock" for 1080 is, but a 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 is no slouch either.
post #180 of 218
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You guys have some absolutely amazing 1080s if they boost to ~1950-2040 at stock. bigeyedsmiley.png

I based my comments off of these benchmarks: http://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.php/artikel/hardware/grafikkarten/39124-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-mit-pascal-architektur-im-xxl-test.html?start=35

Granted they only tested 4 games and I don't know what their "stock" for 1080 is, but a 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 is no slouch either.

Depends on the bios. My MSI Sea Hawk boosted to 1987MHz. Stuck a Strix bios on it and it boosted to 2088Mhz stock. Lower than 1987Mhz with an MSI FE bios.
    
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