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With both gpus on water the Titan XP should beat a 1080Ti in benchmarks right? Does the AB curve mod work on TXP?

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post #7332 of 7444
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Originally Posted by OZrevhead View Post

With both gpus on water the Titan XP should beat a 1080Ti in benchmarks right? Does the AB curve mod work on TXP?

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Don't think so. Depending on achievable clocks, both should be pretty much equal. I'll let you know come next week, waiting for my Strix block. (Assuming you're talking about Pascal Titan X and not Titan Xp)
post #7333 of 7444
Damn it, I didn't realize that both have 3584 cuda cores, I thought Ti was a little less.

So its all silicone lottery.

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post #7334 of 7444
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Originally Posted by OZrevhead View Post

Damn it, I didn't realize that both have 3584 cuda cores, I thought Ti was a little less.

So its all silicone lottery.

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Yeah, they're the same part, snipped memory bus with 11GB but with the new GDDR5X IC. There should be nothing in it clock for clock.
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Everything. Some people, myself excluded are angry because Nvidia just demonstrated that they could release a near identical product at a $500 decrease. These same angry people are posting comments about suing but are receiving negative feedback. IMHO they have the right to feel the way they do, and if they want to sue then it's their right. The subject pertains to the hardware on this thread therefore it is applicable.

I also want to add that I am not trying to make anyone angry nor step on any toes. I understand the cost of business and love my TXPs. I remember my mom buying me a IBM PC jr when I was 14 years old and a year later IBM discontinued it. I remember feeling angry, and upset at the time but that was because I was a just a kid. The take away being that the PC hobby is like buying a car. Their will always be something newer and better to replace it.

just joined the owners club thanks to the for sale sub. can't wait to get it.
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Yeah, they're the same part, snipped memory bus with 11GB but with the new GDDR5X IC. There should be nothing in it clock for clock.

TITAN X Pascal have 96 ROP and 3584 CUDA / 224 TMU . Memory bus 384 bit. GTX 1080Ti have 88 ROP , 3584 CUDA and 224 TMU, memory bus 352 bit.

Clock vs Clock TITAN X Pascal have better performance than GTX 1080Ti. 1080Ti have faster memory, yes. But with less bandwitch, TX P still have better potential.

I change my 2x 1080Ti for 2x TITAN X Pascal right now, skip TXp until VOLTA ;-)
post #7337 of 7444
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Originally Posted by GosuPl View Post

TITAN X Pascal have 96 ROP and 3584 CUDA / 224 TMU . Memory bus 384 bit. GTX 1080Ti have 88 ROP , 3584 CUDA and 224 TMU, memory bus 352 bit.

Clock vs Clock TITAN X Pascal have better performance than GTX 1080Ti. 1080Ti have faster memory, yes. But with less bandwitch, TX P still have better potential.

I change my 2x 1080Ti for 2x TITAN X Pascal right now, skip TXp until VOLTA ;-)

^^ this.

Honestly, not really seeing the 1080Ti pass (or generaly match) the TXP in just about any bench thread here at OCN. They're clocse, but the 1080Ti clusters right at the lower end of the TXP scores overall. Maybe it's the ROPs. Looking to see how the ASUS 1080Ti Stris performs. smile.gif

the most GPU-centric benchmark seems to be VR Mark Blue Room... they trade blows. Otherwise, it's TXp > TXP >~ 1080Ti...
Edited by Jpmboy - 5/1/17 at 6:12pm
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post #7338 of 7444
I finally bit the bullet and did the liquid metal shunt mod on my Titan XP. I used Thermal Grizzly and just applied to 2 of the 3 shunts. Maximum power I see is 90% now.

I was running a fairly consistent 2126MHz but dropping to as low as 2050MHz in one or two power intensive titles. Now I have it dialed in at 2139MHz and have not seen it drop yet (still need to test more titles though).

As long as my PCB doesn't short circuit from the liquid metal I can see myself doing this to all future cards that will benefit from it thumbsupsmiley.png
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Cracked 8000 in FS Ultra.. But look at my GPU score biggrinsmiley.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12530438
post #7340 of 7444
I compared GTX 1080Ti vs TITAN X Pascal 2016, clock vs clock and + 1000 on memory effective.

1080Ti @2012/12000
TITAN X Pascal @2012/11000

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12537346/fs/12536362

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12537379/fs/12536406

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12537309/fs/12536330

Nvidia claim "1080Ti is faster than TITAN X", nope is not faster. ONLY in stock vs stock, and this is cuase better temperatures on 1080Ti and higher core clock.

Maybe soon i will buy TITAN Xp and compare vs 1080Ti and TX Pascal clock vs clock. But performance gain is not worthy in real scenarios.

On GPU-Z screen, you can see memory bandtwich, pixel fillrate and texture fillrate.

Please dont look at clocks on 3d mark, it bugged as alwyas, same GPU and CPU smile.gif Boost on GPU-Z is too misleading, beacuse GPU-Boost 3.0 is very strange smile.gif

Cards works on same clocks, TX P even throttle more, form 2012 to 1974/1961-1923.

1080Ti stay on 1974 most time.

I am satisfied with change 2x 1080Ti for 2x TITAN X Pascal, now time to LC them smile.gif



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