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FYI that's about $1100 USD for those niggling about the price in the U.S.
I will have it my hot little hands for the weekend


Nice. I paid $1605 for mine the day they went up on Ascent. They raised the price by $60 the next day so I was pretty happy I was able to get in before that thumb.gif
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I'm kinda bummed about those monitors, no 21:9s coming with that specsheet anytime soon rolleyes.gif I need a display over 36" to feel comfortable. Ideally something 42-50". I watch lots of videos, edit and render and play games and my vision isn't 20/20 even with glasses.

If these were Gsync and HDR I'd buy that 48" in a heartbeat

http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/samsung-working-on-44-and-48-inch-monitors-with-299-and-329-aspect-ratios.html
damn, those are hot.
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quick and dirty +150 c, +500 mem firestrike score (msi AB voltage & power limit maxed) :

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12216291

cpu at 4598mhz beat my SLI 780's by a fair margin, all the while being cooler and much quieter

the single 1080ti is truly perfect for 1440p 144hz gaming
Edited by mtbiker033 - 4/4/17 at 3:41pm
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agreed. very nice cards.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12160930
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agreed. very nice cards.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12160930

very nice score!! I just compared our scores, that 5775c really performs well!!! thumb.gif even with a 400mhz advantage my 4820k can't hang
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I tried to tell ya'll biggrin.gif

you certainly still have enough perf in that johnny though.
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What do you think guys EVGA GTX 1080 TI RGB or No RGB? Only thing is I really want to get the black edition but it's got a clashy White LED on the logo. I preordered the Black already but im debating canceling and getting the RGB one.
Edited by D1RTYD1Z619 - 4/4/17 at 3:55pm
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So I just played all the crysis games and Iam finding the card performs almost flawlessly in crysis 2 and especially 3, but the performance is kind of wonky in crysis 1 and especially warhead, where on ultra and 1080p I can't get a stable framerate above 100, it always dips below 80 and sometimes even below 60, which is just unacceptable. In crysis 1 there are some framerate drops, but not as much as in warhead. It's odd to say the least because I remember playing warhead on my older rigs with two 8800 gts and then the gtx 295 and I never had these kind of issues, it always performed much better than the original crysis, granted I played on high settings only, because on ultra/entusiast it was running very poor, but still , those cards are like 1/50 performance of the gtx 1080 ti I currently have...
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Not sure if anyone has posted or noticed this I just upgraded to 378.92 from 378.78 and noticing what i feel are artificially high clocks. Meaning, card is clocking higher, but performance is definitely not there for clock. It is definitely not a throttling issue.
On 378.78 I was getting 2088 core. Any higher and I'd crash in benches. 378.92, 2120 core but not getting same performance by a long shot. 2088 was way better than 2120. Anyone notice this or are we caught up in clocks more than actual performance? Have some more testing to do but, after several runs of bench I've done a lot of testing on this gpu, looks like it.
    
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So I just played all the crysis games and Iam finding the card performs almost flawlessly in crysis 2 and especially 3, but the performance is kind of wonky in crysis 1 and especially warhead, where on ultra and 1080p I can't get a stable framerate above 100, it always dips below 80 and sometimes even below 60, which is just unacceptable. In crysis 1 there are some framerate drops, but not as much as in warhead. It's odd to say the least because I remember playing warhead on my older rigs with two 8800 gts and then the gtx 295 and I never had these kind of issues, it always performed much better than the original crysis, granted I played on high settings only, because on ultra/entusiast it was running very poor, but still , those cards are like 1/50 performance of the gtx 1080 ti I currently have...

crysis 1 with blackfires ultimate mod............drool.gif it's the best experience ever, don't worry about the fps just enjoy it!!

the first crysis was the last and arguably the PC games ever made
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