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FS Ultra results over stock 1080 are nearly 30%, 29.7% to be exact

Dunno why the FS performance results are much lower, CPU bottleneck?

Cpu bottleneck goes down when resolution goes up. Of course it applies to FS Ultra.
    
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I'm disappointed. So, in real gaming (not stock vs stock reviews) TX Maxwell with OC vs GTX 1080 with OC, perform about 10% worse than 1080 (depends of OC). So, if new TX is 60% faster than Maxwell TX, in real gaming performance TX M OC vs TX P stock, will be near about 40%. Still nice, but...Better skip Pascal and wait for VOTLA's TITAN's. If anyone have top end Maxwell's adn waiting for good perf jump. Any Maxwell TX or Maxwell TX SLI owners here, want switch for TX P / TX P SLI ?

Btw.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKo131cKVjc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0-u50oVA3c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mvgt6tvxeXw
post #2743 of 3587
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

stock 1080 also boosts close to ~1800 in FS

so again - its 30% faster at 4K than a 1080 at equal stock 1800 clocks for both .. thats exactly how it should be from the specs


if theres something to be dissapointed at - it would be at only 3500+ cores instead of 3800 or even more

but 30% is in line
it will go to 2050-2100 under water

Simply increasing TDP limit will probably be a decent boost (it certainly does for my current Titan). These 250W TDP cards tend to throttle pretty hard with 100% TDP. I'm hoping I can get about +150 (1950mhz) to +200 (2000mhz) on the reference cooler with 100% fan. My current titan is at +150, and I only need about 80% fan to keep it at ~73C on reference cooler with a 110% TDP limit. I expect this card is going to be insanely hot though.
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I'm disappointed. So, in real gaming (not stock vs stock reviews) TX Maxwell with OC vs GTX 1080 with OC, perform about 10% worse than 1080 (depends of OC). So, if new TX is 60% faster than Maxwell TX, in real gaming performance TX M OC vs TX P stock, will be near about 40%. Still nice, but...Better skip Pascal and wait for VOTLA's TITAN's. If anyone have top end Maxwell's adn waiting for good perf jump. Any Maxwell TX or Maxwell TX SLI owners here, want switch for TX P / TX P SLI ?

Btw.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKo131cKVjc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0-u50oVA3c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mvgt6tvxeXw

Comparing OC vs Stock is pointless IMO. Not many people go from OCed to stock, especially with these pascal cards supporting automatic overclocking with a click of the button. There's very little reason why anyone would run a pascal at stock.
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@Murlocke

"Comparing OC vs Stock is pointless IMO." Yes, you have right. But, do you think new TX will be good overclocker?

1.No AIB versions
2.Power limits.
3.Default high clocks, no much room for decent OC.
4.Pascal (even GTX 1070/1080) is not great overclockers.
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Dudes on OCN are funny, now the TXP can't be OC'ed or something? also, compare it to the OG TX and 980Ti...
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post #2746 of 3587
I'm definitely going to skip the first shipment and wait for some reviews and benchmark test first.

If all goes well and i like what i see then i'll purchase one when the second unit of the titan xp ship out.

No way in hell i'm taking the risk of spending $1200 without seeing the card in action. Hopefully by then, they will release a asus version to this card.
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Dudes on OCN are funny, now the TXP can't be OC'ed or something? also, compare it to the OG TX and 980Ti...

We shall see smile.gif I have hope, they can decent OC, but...
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I'm definitely going to skip the first shipment and wait for some reviews and benchmark test first.

If all goes well and i like what i see then i'll purchase one when the second unit of the titan xp ship out.

No way in hell i'm taking the risk of spending $1200 without seeing the card in action. Hopefully by then, they will release a asus version to this card.

There's a 30 day no-questions-asked return policy. If I were you, I'd buy it on launch day, bench the crap out of it, then mine Ethereum 24/7 for two weeks, and then just return that sucker. tongue.gif
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@Murlocke

"Comparing OC vs Stock is pointless IMO." Yes, you have right. But, do you think new TX will be good overclocker?

1.No AIB versions
2.Power limits.
3.Default high clocks, no much room for decent OC.
4.Pascal (even GTX 1070/1080) is not great overclockers.

I expect these cards will push ~90C with the stock fan profile, and/or throttle given the fact the 1080 already pushes like 83-84C on stock fan curve. I think the #1 problem will be temps when on air.

100% fan will likely be a must when OCing on reference.
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Boost 1.8 is still stock, and boost is usually just that...a boost. The card probably wasn't running a steady 1.8 during the benchmark. The 1080 boosts too, so it's fair game IMO.

If the Titan boosts to 1.8 at stock, it'll still OC further.

It will, but you better get water cooling if you want it to run near 2k all the time. My 1070 will overclock to 2100, but after an hour of game play in a demanding game it levels out at ~1926. My water block will be here Wednesday. thumb.gif
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I'm definitely going to skip the first shipment and wait for some reviews and benchmark test first.

If all goes well and i like what i see then i'll purchase one when the second unit of the titan xp ship out.

No way in hell i'm taking the risk of spending $1200 without seeing the card in action. Hopefully by then, they will release a asus version to this card.

Very wise decision.
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