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yup

rest doesnt matter
not true at all

a 1450 Mhz 980Ti would be lucky to overtake an OCed 1070 by a few %

even 1500+ Mhz 980Ti still loses to OCed 1080 by ~15%+

To answer his question, It is true, go watch the video on this very site. In fact the 980Ti is slightly faster than 1080 when at identical clocks, but that is due to the slightly different cuda cores and memory bus, when those are accounted for via more underclocking of the 980Ti, there's negligible difference.
    
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To answer his question, It is true, go watch the video on this very site. In fact the 980Ti is slightly faster than 1080 when at identical clocks, but that is due to the slightly different cuda cores and memory bus, when those are accounted for via more underclocking of the 980Ti, there's negligible difference.

But that comparison is meaningless.
Who is buying a 1080 to under clock it? And to compare it to a high OCed 980 TI? Really?
Its like buying a BMW M3 2016, limit it to 20km/h, and claim a 1960 VW beetle is faster, so you should not buy a M3. Its just... why???

Though do take in mind that if you under clock the 1080, it takes much less than half the power of the 980TI, which is the whole reason to under clock a card. If you want to make the 980 TI to take a lot less power, you will not be even close to an under clocked 1080 in terms of performance.
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But that comparison is meaningless.
Who is buying a 1080 to under clock it? And to compare it to a high OCed 980 TI? Really?
Its like buying a BMW M3 2016, limit it to 20km/h, and claim a 1960 VW beetle is faster, so you should not buy a M3. Its just... why???

Though do take in mind that if you under clock the 1080, it takes much less than half the power of the 980TI, which is the whole reason to under clock a card. If you want to make the 980 TI to take a lot less power, you will not be even close to an under clocked 1080 in terms of performance.

The entire exercise was to show if there were any improvements architecturally other than a die shrink.

The power reason makes me laugh, yes it's good to know you're reducing power usage, but I can assure you that 99.9r% people spending money at this level don't really give a damn about power usage. Since this market is still quite a niche market, majority purchasers are people that are more well off, and inherently more likely to be in a country where power is more than affordable, where the difference between a 180W card vs a 250W card becomes completely negligible...
    
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