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Nice!
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Nice!

Thanks smile.gif
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I'm not sure I understand why you changed your tis for two TXP but nevermind, thanks for the comparative benchmarks!

TXP is the best gpu I have ever had. I just bought my 2nd one and I'm planning to do my first crazy hardline build with them!

I'll try to do a nice video of the build
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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
Spoiler! (Click to show)

Imo you don't need to change over to the TXp, enjoy those two sweet TX Pascals to the fullest.

On water they'll really shine!
    
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Yesterday I added the second Titan to my Loop, delidded the CPU and changed the TIM for the Titans to Kryonaut LIM. Actually I'm really happy the system still works, as it is my first built like that. :-)
The temperature of the Titans dropped significantly with the LIM. Went from approx. 55-60 degrees to 38-42 degrees under heavy load. CPU dropped from 80-85 to mid 60s.
The cards clock up to 2050MHz which is a nice result for me as I decided to not shunt mod them.
For the cards thats pretty much the limit but there's still should beplenty of OC potential for the CPU as I'm currently still using the profile I used before changing to LIM.
Im pretty happy with the results so far : http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12540052
What do you guys think?
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Originally Posted by Glerox View Post

I'm not sure I understand why you changed your tis for two TXP but nevermind, thanks for the comparative benchmarks!

TXP is the best gpu I have ever had. I just bought my 2nd one and I'm planning to do my first crazy hardline build with them!

I'll try to do a nice video of the build

I change them because

1.I like have 12 gb vram (my former GPUs is 2x TITAN X Maxwell)
2.I sold 2x 1080Tis and i bought 2x TX P on same price biggrin.gif

So why not ? ;-)
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Originally Posted by bouncingsoul View Post

Yesterday I added the second Titan to my Loop, delidded the CPU and changed the TIM for the Titans to Kryonaut LIM. Actually I'm really happy the system still works, as it is my first built like that. :-)
The temperature of the Titans dropped significantly with the LIM. Went from approx. 55-60 degrees to 38-42 degrees under heavy load. CPU dropped from 80-85 to mid 60s.
The cards clock up to 2050MHz which is a nice result for me as I decided to not shunt mod them.
For the cards thats pretty much the limit but there's still should beplenty of OC potential for the CPU as I'm currently still using the profile I used before changing to LIM.
Im pretty happy with the results so far : http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12540052
What do you guys think?

Not bad smile.gif Compare to my, 2012/11000, GPUs drops for 1885 LOL biggrin.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12540052/fs/12541683

I need waterrr, now waitng for blocks ^^

Much better than my former 2x TX M ^^

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12541683/fs/9992259

But even 3x TX M, cant outperform 2x TX P

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12541683/fs/9913863
Edited by GosuPl - 5/5/17 at 5:48am
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Not bad smile.gif Compare to my, 2012/11000, GPUs drops for 1885 LOL biggrin.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12540052/fs/12541683
Well... :-D
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12542072/fs/12541683#

It's hard to beat your physics score with "only" 4 cores :-)
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Originally Posted by bouncingsoul View Post

Well... :-D
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12542072/fs/12541683#

It's hard to beat your physics score with "only" 4 cores :-)

GPU score is GPU score ;-)

But PCI-E lanes is VERY important too, in games (depend of game is very) in 3dm much less smile.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRyFGoDVr28
Edited by GosuPl - 5/5/17 at 6:36am
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Originally Posted by GosuPl View Post

GPU score is GPU score ;-)

But PCI-E lanes is VERY important too, in games (depend of game is very) in 3dm much less smile.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRyFGoDVr28

but is that also the case when you use PCI E 3.0 x8? Didn't the change from 2.0 to 3.0 double the bandwidth?
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