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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

Agree with a fair bit of your post, but not other parts. Definitely agree if you have a TXP, would keep it, unless you can sell them for a steller price. Also all the hype and marketing show it as killing the TXP, when really load of crap and for most the part at stock they are similar or slightly in favour of 1080Ti due to higher clocks as you pointed out.

The 1080Ti, can make up the memory overclock gain once again and hit 12 Ghz or so to make up the delta when you OC the Titan XP Memory so increase that delta again. 91 vs 94 degrees will not be making a difference as you will be throttling pretty hard on both cards far before then. That limit is the maximum GPU temp limits and you will not be able to get that high, boost drops far before then on both. Also if your hitting those temps, you would be on air which would then ask the question, why would you not get a 1080Ti AIB which will be able to sustain higher clocks and once again outperform the TXP for cheaper.

Likewise even these days if you are into overclocking and watercooling etc, then then 1080Ti mostly makes more sense. It may not be able to absolutely match the TXP on the top end. But for a % or so for less performance (depending on the chip) for nearly half the price, that's considerable IMO and more then makes up for that for 99% of people. Last 1% or so of course want the best at any price and no doubt that 1% is considerable on this site, it is indeed OCN and has overclock in the name biggrin.gif

For what it's worth, I would be jumping onto the 1080Ti train if I had not already owned my TXPs. Releasing a card that is practically identical to their flagship consumer product while at the same time going toe to toe with said flagship product 8 months later at a $500 price cut makes great marketing since. It was great for Nvidia and their bottom line. Great for Nvidia It's unfortunate that their was not a competitive product to keep their prices in check.
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GeForce GTX 1080 Ti overclocked to 2.5GHz sets world record

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Impressive. If only it could do that with water and not LN2 we'd be set! biggrin.gif
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My two have finally arrived from the Nvidia preorder.... And here I sit at work.... While they sit at my house.....


must feign emergency....
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Appreciate all the help man, Rep given. I learned something new today biggrin.gif

Application detection mode and stealth mode?

Does this look right to you?

perfect. i know you like that. added bonus is most games you'll lock and never stress the card.
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perfect. i know you like that. added bonus is most games you'll lock and never stress the card.

TBH, I can't tell much difference. redface.giftongue.gif

Mass Effect Andromeda feels a little smoother, but that might just be in my head? Still makes the card run up to ~84c and the cpu hit ~78c mad.gif
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I haven't yet accepted that my 4930k @ 4.5ghz is weak

I refuse ;__;

Warrior in my eyes
it certainly isnt weak but isn't always getting utilized properly. should be a beautiful match at 1440p. it really is great that it's this way . our cpus age gracefully by just upping the resolution.
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For what it's worth, I would be jumping onto the 1080Ti train if I had not already owned my TXPs. Releasing a card that is practically identical to their flagship consumer product while at the same time going toe to toe with said flagship product 8 months later at a $500 price cut makes great marketing since. It was great for Nvidia and their bottom line. Great for Nvidia It's unfortunate that their was not a competitive product to keep their prices in check.

Yup spot on bud. Part of the premium with the Titan cards is of course you get to enjoy that power unmatched for a considerable amount of time, that in itself is worth something and nvidia know it. Fingers crossed Vega does something special smile.gif
     
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TBH, I can't tell much difference. redface.giftongue.gif

Mass Effect Andromeda feels a little smoother, but that might just be in my head? Still makes the card run up to ~84c and the cpu hit ~78c mad.gif
lol, i cant help you there. if you wanted you could lock the frames at 50 and that might help. that particular game is brutal.
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Yup spot on bud. Part of the premium with the Titan cards is of course you get to enjoy that power unmatched for a considerable amount of time, that in itself is worth something and nvidia know it. Fingers crossed Vega does something special smile.gif
and they are still equals so you didnt get screwed, either. you still get that awesome black card with Titan on it for epeen,.

it's a win/win. even amd fans can sfford to grab a 1080 now.
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TBH, I can't tell much difference. redface.giftongue.gif

Mass Effect Andromeda feels a little smoother, but that might just be in my head? Still makes the card run up to ~84c and the cpu hit ~78c mad.gif
at least no screen tearing and no input delay either.
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FedEx is a Lie.

Yeah I am not holding my breath on a true delivery date but it would kick but if I got them before the foldathon

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My two have finally arrived from the Nvidia preorder.... And here I sit at work.... While they sit at my house.....


must feign emergency....

No need to feign new gpus are an emergency thumb.gif
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