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Does upping the memory do much for the Titan X if you up it to 12-14ghz while keeping the core at stock?

Well is you compare the "GPU Power" it has over 1080 is not close to 50% so Titan X has more Bandwidth per Cuda core. It would need 3840 Cuda Core to be like 1080. I dont think faster memory will help it much.
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Whats wrong with reducing AA a bit if youre running 4k?
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Whats wrong with reducing AA a bit if youre running 4k?

There are people who rather throw $1200 at Nvidia over turning down settings, I run FXAA to get 60 FPS in my game, but here we have people who aren't satisfied unless they have 8X MSAA.
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There are people who rather throw $1200 at Nvidia over turning down settings, I run FXAA to get 60 FPS in my game, but here we have people who aren't satisfied unless they have 8X MSAA.

Bad AA kills immersion. Fxaa isn't even anti aliasing. It's more like a blur filter. 8x msaa, or the best ever....4x txaa. Looks so damn good.
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Bad AA kills immersion. Fxaa isn't even anti aliasing. It's more like a blur filter. 8x msaa, or the best ever....4x txaa. Looks so damn good.
@4k I doubt anyone would notice difference between 2x and 8x AA while playing games...
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Well so far I'm really happy with the new Titan. Have mine clocked @ 2050 MHz and it seems to be around 40% faster than my 1080 G1 overclocked to 2050. People say to turn down settings on lesser cards, but the 1080 couldn't handle 4K60 even with settings turned down and I'm not talking about just disabling AA.

I couldn't get a stable 60 in DOOM on the 1080 with a mix of medium/high settings. The Titan however handles it with everything on Ultra.

Mirror's Edge Catalyst - unplayable at 4K with Ultra settings on the 1080. It's a locked 60 on the Titan. Also, the Titan actually handles Hyper settings better than the 1080 did on Ultra.
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@4k I doubt anyone would notice difference between 2x and 8x AA while playing games...

That is false. Even at 4K, if you only have 2x msaa, every time you saw a fence in a game, immersion would be lost. I think someone from amd was quoted that you need to hit like 16k res before you won't need AA anymore.
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That is false. Even at 4K, if you only have 2x msaa, every time you saw a fence in a game, immersion would be lost. I think someone from amd was quoted that you need to hit like 16k res before you won't need AA anymore.

yeah, between 8k and 16k, depending on your eyes. I wrote that a few days ago.

If you are standing still and look you might notice a difference, but that's not how you play games.
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yeah, between 8k and 16k, depending on your eyes. I wrote that a few days ago.

If you are standing still and look you might notice a difference, but that's not how you play games.

Yes and no. Detail does get lost in movement. But lack of AA causes distracting shimmer, for one. Secondly, the highest the refresh rate, the less gets lost in movement and motion. Good AA is the difference between just playing a game, and experiencing it.

Just look at how movie-like these screenshots are:





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Does upping the memory do much for the Titan X if you up it to 12-14ghz while keeping the core at stock?

You cant get 14GHz memory, I havent even seen anyone yet with 12GHz memory. Highest I saw was about 11.8GHz, and that is already a pretty big OC over the 10GHz stock.
Honestly I didnt see it help much either. In 3DMark a 1GHz memory speed increase gave me 100 more points in graphics score. Compare that to an extra 100 points from just a 50MHz core speed increase...
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