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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

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You think enthusiasts are willing to compromise that much? It seems you don't understand the target audience of this card.

And yes, you can do all that on some $200 card, get worse FPS and lower graphic settings, or you can buy this card, max the game, and just play. Yeah, going to go with the Titan, thanks though.

You should go play on consoles if you really care that little about performance and graphics. It's cheaper.

Going with a single Titan XP is a compromise.. As far as i can tell the enthusiasts in this thread don't want anything near console settings or fps under 60.. A single Titan isn't going to do that, you have to SLI no matter what, and at that point the Titan looks ridiculous next to 1080's..

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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

if I "wanted" 30 fps lock with Med-High settings Id just play GTA5 on PS4 rolleyes.gif with some upscale on a 4K TV rolleyes.gif

I mean why bother with true 4K if you can upscale biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by x3sphere View Post

Lol @ $200 card handling 4K with settings turned down. You'll have to go below console settings for that...

Overclocked 1060's or 480's will push 4K/30 @ ultra - a few settings in TW3 and others.. Didn't know the PS4 is able to do native 4K, impressive. Also nowhere near console settings no matter what.
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I bet 99% of target audience of this card can't even tell the difference in a blind test between 200$ card @4k vs 1200$ card @4k. ofc gfx quality will be different to achieve similar fps but 99% guys/gals won't be able to tell which setup is running which gpu.

That said, nothing wrong in buying this card, your money your choice. i'm no one to decide what others should do or what not. thumb.gif
post #173 of 670
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Going with a single Titan XP is a compromise.. As far as i can tell the enthusiasts in this thread don't want anything near console settings or fps under 60.. A single Titan isn't going to do that, you have to SLI no matter what, and at that point the Titan looks ridiculous next to 1080's..

Overclocked 1060's or 480's will push 4K/30 @ ultra - a few settings in TW3 and others.. Didn't know the PS4 is able to do native 4K, impressive. Also nowhere near console settings no matter what.

Considering I dont even get over 30fps in some areas maxed on gta v using a 1080 OCed on 3440 x 1440, I am questioning your statement.
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SLI is even more a waste of $$$ compared to just getting a top end single GPU. Microstutter can be avoided to an extent but it always seems like your FPS needs to be around 20% higher compared to single GPU to get equivalent frame times. That number is totally a guess, but based on my experience with several multi-GPU setups (my last was 980 SLI) and how I had to tweak things to avoid microstutter.

So in a game that only gets 60% scaling like Witcher 3 that's a 20% penalty on top. Real-world SLI benefit to me in s uch a game is only 40% which isn't much more than what this GPU delivers over a 1080 SLI setup. Plus, 1080 SLI costs $200 more. That difference in price isn't much an issue to me but even if it were $200 cheaper I still wouldn't go SLI.

In fact, if multi GPUs were the only option for high end gaming I'd just stick to playing on a console, that's how much I loathe them...
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Originally Posted by Malinkadink View Post

No of course "enthusiasts" wont compromise that much, but an enthusiast with a brain and the means to buy this card regardless would surely compromise. The mentality required to buy a card like this over say a 1080 for half the price and get nearly the same experience in gaming is the same mentality that gets lottery millionaires go totally broke. That may be an extreme example, but you get the point.

An enthusiast is always going to buy the best hardware on the market. If you think a 1080 will get the same experience as this card at 4K, you are in complete denial. It's ~30% faster, and that means everything when the 1080 gets about 45-50FPS at 4K. Most PC gamers do not find anything below 60FPS very enjoyable.

And no, I am not comprising by turning my settings down. If I was willing to do that, I wouldn't be on 4K in the first place.
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Going with a single Titan XP is a compromise.. As far as i can tell the enthusiasts in this thread don't want anything near console settings or fps under 60.. A single Titan isn't going to do that, you have to SLI no matter what, and at that point the Titan looks ridiculous next to 1080's..

It gets 55+ in the most demanding titles on stock. Why wouldn't it be able to achieve 60FPS after being OCed?
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Originally Posted by EightDee8D View Post

I bet 99% of target audience of this card can't even tell the difference in a blind test between 200$ card @4k vs 1200$ card @4k. ofc gfx quality will be different to achieve similar fps but 99% guys/gals won't be able to tell which setup is running which gpu. [

Your telling me you can't immediately tell the difference between 30fps and 60fps or low and maxed? The difference between those two setups would be huge for 4K.

I don't think you realize that 4K is roughly four times as hard to run as 1080p. You are not getting far on a $200 GPU.
Edited by Murlocke - 8/2/16 at 5:19pm
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Considering I dont even get over 30fps in some areas maxed on gta v using a 1080 OCed on 3440 x 1440, I am questioning your statement.

Can't speak for GTA as i don't own it, but it isn't a very well optimized game from what I've seen. If you're cranking AA and all the other useless stuff that makes no difference to IQ unless you enjoy studying screenshots, then i believe you.

Overclocked 480's get near the 390X, turn off a few things that make no difference to IQ, lock the fps to 30 and i don't see the problem.



I'm also not saying 480's/1060's are better, that's ridiculous.. That was a different argument in reply to Chev. I'm just saying that some people are making the point that they're choosing a single Titan XP over SLI 1080's because they want an Uncompromised experience at 4K.. That simply won't be the case, the only ones not compromising will be the ones who go for SLI 1080's or Titans (which comes with it's own problems). Single card 4K/60 just isn't here yet.
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Another thread with people complaining about the price instead of talking about benchmarks? Give it up already! This card is not for you!
Edited by DADDYDC650 - 8/2/16 at 5:24pm
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gorillasceptre, you dont belong in this forum. My salary is 350$ per month and i have a 980 ti and a 4k monitor, and i just purchased a gtx 1080 that will arrive in a few days.

I save money very aggressively to be able to buy high end hardware.

You are wrong and i wont explain in detail why since i am at work on phone. In short sub 50 fps is not playable and things like turning down grass in gta v makes a significant difference in image quality, those barren hills look like crap.

Locking fps to 30??? Ive tried that more times and the games feel awful to play. Also with a 980 ti i get around 35-40 fps in games with high enough settings to satisfy me, so this titan would be good for 60 fps. Not completely maxed out in all games, but close. i am definetly interested in 800$ 1080ti.
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Can't speak for GTA as i don't own it, but it isn't a very well optimized game from what I've seen. If you're cranking AA and all the other useless stuff that makes no difference to IQ unless you enjoy studying screenshots, then i believe you.

Overclocked 480's get near the 390X, turn off a few things that make no difference to IQ, lock the fps to 30 and i don't see the problem.



I'm also not saying 480's/1060's are better, that's ridiculous.. That was a different argument in reply to Chev. I'm just saying that some people are making the point that they're choosing a single Titan XP over SLI 1080's because they want an Uncompromised experience at 4K.. That simply won't be the case, the only ones not compromising will be the ones who go for SLI 1080's or Titans (which comes with it's own problems). Single card 4K/60 just isn't here yet.

That benchmark doesn't really prove your point. Looks like the TX will handle Witcher 3 just fine at 60 FPS once overclocked.
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As far as i can tell the enthusiasts in this thread don't want anything near console settings or fps under 60.. A single Titan isn't going to do that, you have to SLI no matter what, and at that point the Titan looks ridiculous next to 1080's..
yes it does

look at the benchmarks - 54-55 or more fps in demanding games at max settings 4K at stock .. aka 60-65+ after OCed

that is 4K@60 single GPU performance, which is why ppl are buying it up



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That simply won't be the case, the only ones not compromising will be the ones who go for SLI 1080's or Titans (which comes with it's own problems). Single card 4K/60 just isn't here yet.
that single card came out on august 2-nd, 2016 wink.gif

and SLI itself is a compromise of sorts .. compromise to mediocre support and microstutter to get cheaper high fps
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