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Iam pleased to announce I will be joing this club tomorrow smile.gif It's going to be at least 1 or 2 months before the gigabyte aorus xtreme will even be available, so I decided not to wait any longer and went for the ASUS ROG STRIX GAMING OC version. It's going to set me back for quite a lot of money, but considering all the benchmarks, tests and reviews I read over the past two weeks, it's going to be a huge improvement over 980 ti I have now, almost 2 times the performance. Iam glad I sold the 980 ti last month for quite a good price too, so the set back wasn't as big redface.gif

That's odd Aorus stated this on Twitter : https://twitter.com/search?q=%23aorus

It was originally tomorrow.
 
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everytime i bring it up i get abused by the forum. So many IGNORANT posters on here it's pathetic. I thought on Ooverclock.net we'd have smarter posters....
Oh sorry to hear about that. I don't know the details or context so I'd rather keep silent about the matter.

The benchmarks just dictate that the 5775c is the better gaming CPU overall.
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Ah, when you said downsample from 4K I read that as you're downscaling from 4K to 1440p, which lead to believe you were having the issue running 4K. My mistake, I should read more carefully next time.
Makes sense now...
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While I do not own a 6800k, I feel fairly confident in saying the CPU will be holding a pair of Tis back at 2560x1440. They are ridiculously fast at that resolution and that's not even taking into account overclocking.
Yeah, those Tis are so fast they can still bottleneck at 1440p. It's crazy.
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That's odd Aorus stated this on Twitter : https://twitter.com/search?q=%23aorus

It was originally tomorrow.

Yeah that's the standard aorus version, I wanted the xtreme wink.gif Doesn't matter anyway, there is only a slight difference so I just went for the one non reference card that was available at the local electronics store. I was lucky, because they sold out a few minutes after I ordered it LOL. And where I live there isn't really a huge market for this kind of hardware...
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While I do not own a 6800k, I feel fairly confident in saying the CPU will be holding a pair of Tis back at 2560x1440. They are ridiculously fast at that resolution and that's not even taking into account overclocking.
maybe. because the single core score and poor optimization utilizing it's cores. But a 7700k/5775c or any of the other great gaming cpu's don't have the pci-e lanes to not be "holding them back" a bit, and SLI scaling itself is already "holding them back" tbh, so, it's impossible to fully utilize 2 cards. Just part of the deal.
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Oh sorry to hear about that. I don't know the details or context so I'd rather keep silent about the matter.

The benchmarks just dictate that the 5775c is the better gaming CPU overall.
people just don't know the facts and they get very defensive about their cpu choices and really really hate to hear they could have just plopped a 5775c in their z97 boards and had better gaming performance than what most did and buy a new mobo and new ram and a new cpu. Which is on Intel because instead of telling the world about the awesome L4 cache they buried the product lol.
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Iam pleased to announce I will be joing this club tomorrow smile.gif It's going to be at least 1 or 2 months before the gigabyte aorus xtreme will even be available, so I decided not to wait any longer and went for the ASUS ROG STRIX GAMING OC version. It's going to set me back for quite a lot of money, but considering all the benchmarks, tests and reviews I read over the past two weeks, it's going to be a huge improvement over 980 ti I have now, almost 2 times the performance. Iam glad I sold the 980 ti last month for quite a good price too, so the set back wasn't as big redface.gif

Good, now you can stop bugging people about Quantum Break. tongue.gif
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I'm gonna be buying one as soon as models with a DVID connector are released. I'm leaning towards the ASUS Strix version and by the end of the year I'll be putting it into a custom water loop and I don't know which model I should grab because in the end the final version I'll want to buy is the one that overclocks the best. Anyone know which one they'll be grabbing for something similar?
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Originally Posted by dboythagr8 View Post

No problem. One Ti at 1440p is perfect imo. I can't lie though, the DSR image is absolutely amazing from 4k and higher with SLI. And still able to maintain well over 60 fps thumb.gif

When people say 1440 they are mostly talking about 2560 correct? the fps some people are stating i cant get unless i adjust to 2560x1440 and make it fullscreen. i want to try the dsr tonight. do you adjust it in the nvidia cp lets say at 1.5 then do so within the game? are u on 3440 or 2560. hate that my monitor is only 60hz mad.gif

Also how do tell if your cpu is being bottlenecked?
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