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If he doesn't rock 8x MSAA he will I think. When I was on 3440x1440, 8x MSAA in GTA V halved my frames. At 4K, it just eats my current titan for breakfast.

I would like to keep full MSAA x8 if possible. I feel like it helps with visual quite a bit. Ofcourse, on 4k it might be less necessary.

I still feel like we need another gen to completely cover 4k. Maybe GV102/GV100 will do it.
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I would like to keep full MSAA x8 if possible. I feel like it helps with visual quite a bit. Ofcourse, on 4k it might be less necessary.

I still feel like we need another gen to completely cover 4k. Maybe GV102/GV100 will do it.

MSAA still makes a large difference at 4K in GTA V. That game is very alias-unfriendly.
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post #143 of 670
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My Titan has shipped! Check your emails.
I completely disagree, I've been here since 2004 and I'm one of the older people on the site. I've been buying flagship models for nearly 2 decades now. I see patterns and realize that technology is not the same as it was 10 years ago, and I lower my expectations. If you expect another 8800GTX in our lifetime, than you will constantly be disappointed. Hardware is not making the leaps and bounds it use to, and it never will again unless a breakthrough is made.

Just be glad that GPUs aren't like CPUs yet, where we see a 5-7% increase every year. It's going to happen at some point.

 

 

I bet the Titan XP in 1080p is tripled in everything.... the problem is we are moving the FPS target to bigger and bigger resolutions.

post #144 of 670
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If you are coming from a previous flagship, you never spend the full amount. You almost always get around half back after resale, this case it was a little bit less because the 1070 was so good. I tend to upgrade to the newest flagship every year, before resale goes to nothing.

So for me, this card was about $850 and it's getting about 50-80% (depending on title) over my current Titan. That's worth it to me.

At UHD I find AA to be entirely unneccessary. Geometry doesn't cause jaggies in my games anymore, it is just thin details in textures now, and even they are almost all gone at UHD.
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I see gains on some benchmark with under 10 fps difference, that what you get for paying double? 9 fps, 6 fps an 9 fps in 4k.. Why.
post #146 of 670
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I see gains on some benchmark with under 10 fps difference, that what you get for paying double? 9 fps, 6 fps an 9 fps in 4k.. Why.

I would ignore SLI benchmarks for now, which is the majority of the released benchmarks. The driver just came out today, chances are those reviews weren't even using it, and I don't think SLI is very optimized with these cards yet.

Single GPU stock vs stock is a ~25-35% improvement over the 1080 and ~40-80% improvement over the previous Titan.
Edited by Murlocke - 8/2/16 at 2:47pm
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post #147 of 670
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I would ignore SLI benchmarks for now. The driver just came out today, chances are those reviews weren't even using it, and I don't think SLI is very optimized with these cards yet.

Single GPU stock vs stock is a ~25-35% improvement over the 1080 and ~40-80% improvement over the previous Titan.

Are you planning on SLI eventually?

I simply dont want to touch SLI until either SLI switch out of AFR and games on UE4 can actually take advantage of it.
So many games simply dont bother supporting SLI...

Remember back then when 50-60% SLI scaling is consider bad?
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post #148 of 670
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Are you planning on SLI eventually?

I simply dont want to touch SLI until either SLI switch out of AFR and games on UE4 can actually take advantage of it.
So many games simply dont bother supporting SLI...

Remember back then when 50-60% SLI scaling is consider bad?

Nope, i've vowed never to go SLI/CF again.
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post #149 of 670
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Nope, i've vowed never to go SLI/CF again.
Microstutter and/or lack of support?

Also still no shipping confirmation, so I guess it might be tomorrow....
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post #150 of 670
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Microstutter and/or lack of support?

Also still no shipping confirmation, so I guess it might be tomorrow....

I'm sensitive to microstutter, even when people claim newer cards don't do it as much, I constantly feel like my FPS is much lower than reported. Many games don't even bother to support it, and worse yet you get worse performance in some unless you disable SLI. I want consistent and reliable performance.

Then there's also power draw, heat, noise, etc.
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