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post #3501 of 3587
Starting to run out of stock already. Next comes the shortages, and the price gouging!
post #3502 of 3587
Several reviews released:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nvidia-titan-x-12gb,4700-6.html

http://hothardware.com/reviews/nvidia-titan-x-review

http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/NVIDIA-Titan-X-Pascal-12GB-Graphics-Card-Review

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73148-nvidia-titan-x-12gb-performance-review.html

I will add new ones here
Edited by renejr902 - 8/3/16 at 12:01am
post #3503 of 3587
its a monster OC over 1900mhz approaching 1080 SLi numbers and beating it in some cases, insane

a conclusion from hardwarecanucks:

"this thing isn’t a barn burner in terms of achievable framerates, it’s a fully-fledged thermonuclear attack. If it wasn’t for the heavily overclocked processor beating at the heart of my system I’m positive many of the games would have encountered a CPU bottleneck at 1440P. Let me say that again: the Pascal-based TITAN X has the somewhat unfortunate capability to become processor-limited at 1440P with absolutely maxed-out settings. That’s astounding."
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0 shipping notification.

Is there anyone who ordered within the 1st hour without 1-2day shipping, and got it shipped?
I did. Card arrives Thursday.
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post #3505 of 3587
Card looks very cool. But...might not go for it this time, my 2400€ Maxwell-Titan Xs SLI in the case give me a sad look. Never say never though...I just fear the release of a "better" 1080TI like last round. Also, just bought the I7-6950X so this hobby is getting a bit expensive. biggrin.gif
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Card looks very cool. But...might not go for it this time, my 2400€ Maxwell-Titan Xs SLI in the case give me a sad look. Never say never though...I just fear the release of a "better" 1080TI like last round. Also, just bought the I7-6950X so this hobby is getting a bit expensive. biggrin.gif

What do you have your 6950x overclocked to? I was considering one but it seemed like a 5960x at 4.7GHz would end up being better for gaming than the average 4.2-4.3GHz reviewers were getting on their chips.

Also. Do it. I was hesitant too. But these cards can OC 40% under water with modified bios. You will get a card that is actually about 2x more powerful than an overclocked maxwell Titan X. I have 3 of those volt-modded running at 1.5GHz an I'm still upgrading.
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What do you have your 6950x overclocked to? I was considering one but it seemed like a 5960x at 4.7GHz would end up being better for gaming than the average 4.2-4.3GHz reviewers were getting on their chips.

Also. Do it. I was hesitant too. But these cards can OC 40% under water with modified bios. You will get a card that is actually about 2x more powerful than an overclocked maxwell Titan X. I have 3 of those volt-modded running at 1.5GHz an I'm still upgrading.

6950X not installed yet, occasional work in two shifts brings some limitations. wink.gif

Maybe I could move the old TX in the HTPC, because I'd need a GPU there and selling the another. Now I am just thinking like doitdoitdoitdoitdoit. Oh man wink.gif
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6950X not installed yet, occasional work in two shifts brings some limitations. wink.gif

Maybe I could move the old TX in the HTPC, because I'd need a GPU there and selling the another. Now I am just thinking like doitdoitdoitdoitdoit. Oh man wink.gif

A few things to encourage you:

- New NVENC can support 4K 120FPS capture (not through shadowplay yet, however)
- SLI HB increases SLI bandwidth from standard 400MHz to 650MHz, then doubles that again. So 3.25x bandwidth!
- DP 1.3/1.4. Also support for 165Hz+ 21:9 3440x1440 curved displays or 120Hz+ 4K displays.
- Netflix 4K support, and HDR support!
- A single card, overclocked, can maintain average 165fps in Battlefield 4, for use with a 165Hz 1440p display. So even if there is no SLI profile, you'll be able to rock out the performance.
- You'll have girls throwing themselves at you non stop

I'm not sure about that last one but it's why I bought them. So here's hoping. tongue.gif

There's more. But that's a pretty good list. Send me your credit card number and I'll place the order for you. Haha.
post #3509 of 3587
Has anyone here use waterblock to overclock pascal 1070 or 1080 above 2200mhz?

I've been searching on 3dmark website, there's no one with above 2200mhz.

Even with air, pascal could achieve 20xxmhz to below 2100mhz, so that makes me wondering what's the point to use waterblock on pascal?
post #3510 of 3587
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Has anyone here use waterblock to overclock pascal 1070 or 1080 above 2200mhz?

I've been searching on 3dmark website, there's no one with above 2200mhz.

Even with air, pascal could achieve 20xxmhz to below 2100mhz, so that makes me wondering what's the point to use waterblock on pascal?

Considering Kingpin could only get to around 2.5GHz under LN2 for his benchmarks, I would doubt that the GTX 1080 would be able to clock higher than around 2.3GHz, even if you were lucky enough to see it happen. My ultimate hope is seeing the Titan X at 2.2GHz, but realistically I'm expecting around 2.1GHz without a modified bios.
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