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Titan xp will be much better than 30%-35% with overclocking. Fully overclocked i could guess 45-50%, if it need watercooled i will do it

Dont worry most games will do 60fps at 4k, just disable hairwork in witcher, choose very high preset in rise of tomb raider instead of maximum setting , do same thing in some others games, and disable AA in some games, thats it
Edited by renejr902 - 7/30/16 at 9:13pm
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Off topic but how do you like your motherboard? Was going to buy it but I hate those blue streaks on the heatsinks. Why do mobo companies feature RGB lighting and then apply certain colors to their boards?
It is an ok mobo, seems just like the first one, just more LIGHTS, which I set mine to red only......
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Titan xp will be much better than 30%-35% with overclocking. Fully overclocked i could guess 45-50%, if it need watercooled i will do it

Dont worry most games will do 60fps at 4k, just disable hairwork in witcher, choose very high preset in rise of tomb raider instead of maximum setting , do same thing in others games, and disable AA in some games, thats it
I believe the Titan XP is 30 percent faster than a 1080 when both are sitting at stock speeds. 30 percent faster is just a guess though.
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Has anyone seen the latest computing benchmark? should be 2 days ago and that guy claims it easily should be 50% faster in game performance, how legit is that?
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I think hours spent on using your GPU is probably a better measurement than how many games you use it on.

I spent 700+ hours on my 980 Ti, even though half of that is taken up by just two games, Borderlands 2 (288 hours) and Borderlands TPS (71 hours).

Not really. I would only count the hours Titan X would benefit me over the GPU I replace. I spend 90% of my gaming time playing Dota 2 and Overwatch which do not need Titan X even 4K. You would have play all new games that come out to warrant a Titan X and that is until a fast card comes out.
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The 1080s a nice card....a sidegrade from my TitanX, but I got all the new bells and whistles like Fastsync with it.......and Fastsync is pretty awesome with the 60hz OLED TVs
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I almost bought the 1080 just for that because I am also running a 60hz OLED via a Denon X7200WA receiver.

Does it work well? I am super sensitive to tearing so I end up having to deal with high input lag and/or low FPS caused by VSYNC. I read that there was a pretty big flaw to it, which ultimately made me decide not to buy the 1080. I forget what it was though...

EDIT: The flaw was it doesn't work well below the monitor's native FPS, only for titles you are far exceeding your monitor's refresh rate - On 4K that is rarely the case. How does it work for <60FPS gaming?
I think all companies, Intel/NVIDIA/AMD/etc, need to do a better job at giving time frames on when they expect a product to release. I think it's pretty crazy we usually only have a couple weeks notice for most hardware releases. I've always assumed they do it because it makes people "double dip" more.


Yes the flaw with the 1080 and fast sync is its not powerful enough to keep 4k up to 60fps without turning a good deal of eyecandy down......but the TitanXP should do a much better job of it thumb.gif
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there's no politics, just common sense.

if your 1080 can't handle 4k, then neither is a titan xp. if your 1080 gets 30 fps in 4k, then your titan xp isn't doing much better at 39 fps. $500 for 9 fps do much for you?

if your 1080 is getting 70 fps and you're running a 60hz monitor, having a titan run it at 91 won't make a perceptible difference.

if you have a 120hz 1080p monitor and you're getting 80 fps with your 1080, you're still "only" getting 104 fps with your titan.

Common sense and Titan don't go together lol.
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4k and titan xp make common sense, i just explained, you need to overclock your titan xp to get 60fps in 4k with most games, something that 1080 cant do at all, except a few ones. Overclocked 1080 is around 52-55 fps in a lot of 4k games. Dont make mistake to compare performance with price. Titan xp is too much expensive but the job will be done great, performance wont disappoint in 4k, i will disable AA, for me its not worth it in 4k at all and witcher hairwork dont worth it too, rise of tomb raider hairwork do a better job and worth it, if needed use very high settings instead to maximum everything, not a big difference. So i dont see any problem to run games in 4k60 with this card
Edited by renejr902 - 7/30/16 at 10:49pm
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is 30% really that good?

50 fps + 30% = 65 fps

30 fps + 30% = 39 fps

26 fps + 30% = 34 fps

actual performance go from decent to barely any better. how much are we really gaining?

Yes 30% can make a huge difference, you need all the power you can get for 4K, and I really doubt many people are going from a 1080 to the new Titan. Anyone running a 980Ti or maxwell titan will see a ~60% increase, which is not minor at all.
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There's no denying epeen is definitely a factor in $1000+ hardware. wink.gif

I'm buying it and really could care less about epeen or bragging rights. Infact, I rarely even post on these forums anymore unless I am actively looking for new hardware or something new is coming out I am buying. I assume this card will be no different, I'll buy it and then fade off to play games and enjoy my purchase.

The fact the 1080 is not fast enough for 4K is enough reason for me to buy this card. You need two, and that doesn't interest me.
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there's no politics, just common sense.

if your 1080 can't handle 4k, then neither is a titan xp. if your 1080 gets 30 fps in 4k, then your titan xp isn't doing much better at 39 fps. $500 for 9 fps do much for you?

if your 1080 is getting 70 fps and you're running a 60hz monitor, having a titan run it at 91 won't make a perceptible difference.

if you have a 120hz 1080p monitor and you're getting 80 fps with your 1080, you're still "only" getting 104 fps with your titan.

Uhh, the 1080 gets about 45-50 in most demanding titles at 4K. The Titan X will push that to about 60, which is the refresh rate of most 4K monitors and makes for a much more enjoyable experience. With OC, the Titan X should achieve an almost solid 60 in most titles at 4K. The 1080 won't.

Yes, that is worth $500 to me because 45-50 is not smooth at all. 55+ on the other hand I can tolerate.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/30/16 at 11:03pm
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30% is huuuge. With my HTC Vive or Oculus Rift before, if I drop to 70 FPS I would get studder, reprojection or ATW now if I get a 30% boost it stays at the 90 fps required...

Problem is: while 30% is huge its still way too slow for 4k for me. Even 60 fps for me doesnt do it anymore. I rather play 1440p at 100+ FPS. 60 FPS is okayish smooth only but you feel quite a difference to 90 plus...

90 is the new 60... at least for me.

So my reason to buy this is VR plus I like to try out new things and the price doesnt affect my finance too much
Edited by stefxyz - 7/30/16 at 11:05pm
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