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I really hope none of the reviewers bench this card at 1440p, at $1,200 its 4k 60fps or bust, just saying.

This card is going to be an absolute monster, cannot wait for the reviews, jaws a going to drop.
I'd like to see 1440p benches... I plan on buying a x34p come this Christmas.
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I really hope none of the reviewers bench this card at 1440p, at $1,200 its 4k 60fps or bust, just saying.

This card is going to be an absolute monster, cannot wait for the reviews, jaws a going to drop.

I'd like to see 1440p results to see what the min frames are like as that's what I'm running now and love ultra settings + AA. I want to go ultrawide eventually though so that's what I'd really like to see, I think this would be the card for 3440x1440 thumb.gif
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I agree if this card has 1080P benchmarks I will cry.

This I can agree with!
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I really hope none of the reviewers bench this card at 1440p, at $1,200 its 4k 60fps or bust, just saying.

This card is going to be an absolute monster, cannot wait for the reviews, jaws a going to drop.

My predictions:

~25% faster than 1080 stock vs stock, up to 40% faster with max OC vs stock 1080. Maybe 50% faster with extreme OC under water with unlocked power limit vs stock 1080.
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I am tired of the X79 platform. I have been on it since the 3820 was released(going on 5 years!). That's the only reason I have a desire to upgrade my cpu/motherboard. I wish gpus lasted like cpus.

Was the 3820 unlocked or not? Really can't remember. But it was only a quad core right? Did you get the 3820 or the hex cores?

I actually didn't even get my 4930K until August 2014, but it's held up really well. Apart from the lack of native USB3.0 and official NVMe support, there's nothing that's really enticing about any of the platforms available right now:

Z97: Go back to quad core? Ha no.
X99: 5960X is nice but that's really it. Also $$$
Z170: Skylake's improved IMC meaning 3200 MHz DDR4 is common is great, but again have to go back to quad core

But I think the next iteration of HEDT is when I'll finally upgrade, because Skylake IMC goodness + NVMe + MOAR COARZ = finally something worthwhile. That and I'll be stuck on Win 7 for a while (don't judge, don't argue), so Skylake is the last train I'll be able to catch.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Agreed. Hard to believe that my 3 year Intel Tuning Plan on my 4930K is soon to expire and I still haven't upgraded yet! Looking into getting a 5960X (don't need 10 cores) and a new Rampage/DDR4 memory myself. My rig is long past due for a total rebuild and I'll need to replace all my block anyway as corrosion has ruined them.

Make sure you use it even if just to get a brand new chip that you can sell later. tongue.gif Seriously that $25 is sunk cost if you just let it expire.
Edited by magnek - 7/27/16 at 7:29pm
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~25% faster than 1080 stock vs stock, up to 40% faster with max OC vs stock 1080. Maybe 50% faster with extreme OC and on water with unlocked power limit vs stock 1080.

Right, just enough to get it to 4k 60fps with most modern AAA games, will be interesting to see what it can with the likes of the Division, Witcher 3, Crysis 3 and Rise of the tomb raider at 4k.
    
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Majin SSJ Eric, The current batches of 5960x chips seem to OC better than the Day one chips. 4.7 seem the norm. $900 at MC isn't too bad a deal...
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But yes they could've deliberately underclocked Titan XP to make it look more impressive in terms of OC. But 2200 is 45% over 1513, and that's leaving way too much performance on the table. Even a 1550 MHz 980 Ti is "only" 34% over its average stock boost of 1156 MHz

The lower stock clock speed is simply to keep it under its 250W TDP. rolleyes.gif
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My predictions:

~25% faster than 1080 stock vs stock, up to 40% faster with max OC vs stock 1080. Maybe 50% faster with extreme OC under water with unlocked power limit vs stock 1080.
Was the 3820 unlocked or not? Really can't remember. But it was only a quad core right? Did you get the 3820 or the hex cores?

I actually didn't even get my 4930K until August 2014, but it's held up really well. Apart from the lack of native USB3.0 and official NVMe support, there's nothing that's really enticing about any of the platforms available right now:

Z97: Go back to quad core? Ha no.
X99: 5960X is nice but that's really it. Also $$$
Z170: Skylake's improved IMC meaning 3200 MHz DDR4 is common is great, but again have to go back to quad core

But I think the next iteration of HEDT is when I'll finally upgrade, because Skylake IMC goodness + NVMe + MOAR COARZ = finally something worthwhile. That and I'll be stuck on Win 7 for a while (don't judge, don't argue), so Skylake is the last train I'll be able to catch.
Make sure you use it even if just to get a brand new chip that you can sell later. tongue.gif Seriously that $25 is sunk cost if you just let it expire.

Agreed. I've got til November til it expires so I will part out the rig before then, send the old one in to Intel and have them send me a new one to sell BNIB. Just now I've made two NE Wishlists:

Intel 6700K
Asus Maximus VII Formula
4 x 4GB Corsair Dominator DDR4 3000MHz
2 x GTX 980Ti (reference)
Samsung 850 Evo 1TB
Total - $2044

Or:

Intel 5960X
Asus Rampage V Extreme
4 x 4GB Corsair Dominator DDR4 3000MHz
2 x GTX 980Ti (reference)
Samsung 850 Evo 1TB
Total - $2895

I figure I should be able to get around $800-$1000 back in parting out my rig ($250 per OG Titan, $150 for RIVE, $400 for 4930K; sound about right to you???) so I'm wondering which way to go? Only $850 more for an Octo-core setup, though slower single core speeds. What you think?
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The lower stock clock speed is simply to keep it under its 250W TDP. rolleyes.gif

Sorry should've made it clearer it was a joke in response to carl's question. tongue.gif I mean in the next sentence I did say that'd be kinda ridiculous but yeah definitely wasn't obvious.
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Agreed. I've got til November til it expires so I will part out the rig before then, send the old one in to Intel and have them send me a new one to sell BNIB. Just now I've made two NE Wishlists:

Intel 6700K
Asus Maximus VII Formula
4 x 4GB Corsair Dominator DDR4 3000MHz
2 x GTX 980Ti (reference)
Samsung 850 Evo 1TB
Total - $2044

Or:

Intel 5960X
Asus Rampage V Extreme
4 x 4GB Corsair Dominator DDR4 3000MHz
2 x GTX 980Ti (reference)
Samsung 850 Evo 1TB
Total - $2895

I figure I should be able to get around $800-$1000 back in parting out my rig ($250 per OG Titan, $150 for RIVE, $400 for 4930K; sound about right to you???) so I'm wondering which way to go? Only $850 more for an Octo-core setup, though slower single core speeds. What you think?

I think you could probably get more for your OG Titan, especially if you put them up on eBay. With some luck/patience should be able to fetch around $350. 4930K I don't think you'd get $400, even if BNIB, especially since 5820K is a thing. I'd say plan for around $300.

As for 5960X vs 6700K, I think it really depends on how you're gonna be using the system. If gaming is #1 priority then 6700K would still provide a better experience, especially in CPU intensive titles. But if you do a lot of multi-threaded stuff then 5960X would just blow 6700K away. Btw if you're gonna go with 6700K I'd stick with 2x8GB instead of 4x4GB. Reason being 6700K is dual channel only, so having 2 dimms/channel means more strain on the IMC = slightly worse OC on ram.

If you're still set on 980 Ti then make sure you can get them for less than 1070. I know this sounds obvious but BNIB 980 Ti still seems to go for >$350 these days (pre-rebate), and that's just not a good deal.
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Silly I know but I like the aesthetic of four dimms over two, but thanks for the heads up. Been a while since I was on anything less than X79. Also going with 980Tis simply so I can get those sweet Aquacomputer blocks for them. Not much available for the 1070's right now...

About my usage, I do render a lot a video in adobe premiere so do you think the 6700 K would be at least as fast as my 4930 K or should I just go ahead and go with the 5960 X?
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Get a 1680 V2 and stay x79!thumb.gif
    
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