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post #11 of 23
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yes they are with the modded bios.
RUBEN
post #12 of 23
980ti sli 5-10% faster depending how its overclocked.
But thats in games that support SLI properly which are far and few between.

Im in the same position but waiting to see if Vega will be a improvement or atleast drop the price of the 1080ti.
post #13 of 23
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Originally Posted by bmgjet View Post

980ti sli 5-10% faster depending how its overclocked.
But thats in games that support SLI properly which are far and few between.

Im in the same position but waiting to see if Vega will be a improvement or atleast drop the price of the 1080ti.
YEAH I KNOW WHAT U MEAN IT IS EITHER SELL MY 2 980TI AMP EXTREMES, and then spend a good 900$ between the 1080ti FE and the water block for it or spend 350-400 on just water cooling these 2.
post #14 of 23
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not sure what you mean.
THANKS
RUBEN
It means the 1080 Ti is slower than two 980 Ti but offers a more consistent performance and is supported in all games unlike SLI.
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post #15 of 23
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oh okay that makes sense.
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yes they are with the modded bios.
RUBEN
No need to do anything then, keep your money and use them 980 ti's, wait for volta wink.gif
post #17 of 23
Been using SLI setups since Fermi, currently with 980Ti underwater. I had the same dilemma and decided to stick with the 980ti's for now. Enticing to go single card with almost the same performance/better performance in games that do not support SLI.
I made my decision based on what I am currently playing, and my resolution which is mainly 3440x1440, occasionally play on my 4k TV. Get at least 60 FPS in most games I play, and I am happy with that for now.
If you already have the 9880ti's I would stick with them unless many of the games you like to play do not support SLI/support it well I would then think about 1080ti at that point.
I only bench when getting new components up and running or overclocking, so if you're benching I don't know which setup scores better.
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post #18 of 23
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YEAH I KNOW WHAT U MEAN IT IS EITHER SELL MY 2 980TI AMP EXTREMES, and then spend a good 900$ between the 1080ti FE and the water block for it or spend 350-400 on just water cooling these 2.


Dont waste your time on water cooling them.
I only gained 25mhz on my 2 going to water cooling over having the fan curve set to come on 100% at 60C.
Hardly worth the $300 I spent on water blocks.
And noise wise it just replaces the loud fan with loud coil whine.
post #19 of 23
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Been using SLI setups since Fermi, currently with 980Ti underwater. I had the same dilemma and decided to stick with the 980ti's for now. Enticing to go single card with almost the same performance/better performance in games that do not support SLI.
I made my decision based on what I am currently playing, and my resolution which is mainly 3440x1440, occasionally play on my 4k TV. Get at least 60 FPS in most games I play, and I am happy with that for now.
If you already have the 9880ti's I would stick with them unless many of the games you like to play do not support SLI/support it well I would then think about 1080ti at that point.
I only bench when getting new components up and running or overclocking, so if you're benching I don't know which setup scores better.
no i dont know i mainly game at 4k and most of the games i play are suppored with sli so thats why im hesitant right now. idk what to do/
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No need to do anything then, keep your money and use them 980 ti's, wait for volta wink.gif
i have been thinking abiut just holding off.
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Dont waste your time on water cooling them.
I only gained 25mhz on my 2 going to water cooling over having the fan curve set to come on 100% at 60C.
Hardly worth the $300 I spent on water blocks.
And noise wise it just replaces the loud fan with loud coil whine.
really wow well that down right sucks wait you mean you were only able to get +25 mhz from cyclops modded bios so essentially you were able to get 1480 mhz because as of right now i am able to get 1500 mhz leaving it at the 1.274 volts from the modded bios under air.


OH MAN WHAT TO DO WHAT TO DO,I HAVE QUITE A DECISION IN FRONT OF ME DONT I.

THANKS
RUBEN
post #20 of 23
Iv got a EVGA SC and a Gigabyte G1.
On air they did 1480mhz on the EVGA and 1490mhz on the G1 with 1.25V Hitting 72C and 69C

Put on EK water blocks, Temps dropped to 42C on 1.28V and could hit 1505 and 1515mhz.
Ran like that for 6 months then started to get driver reset errors in a few games. So dropped to 1500mhz on both cards and dropped voltage down to 1.26V
Ran like that for 3 months then got errors again randomly after really long gaming seasons. So just dropped down to 1480mhz on 1.25V and has been pritty good at that since and doesnt get over 40C.


I run my own edited bios with no power limit or throttling, Tightened timings, Hard set voltage and core/memory overclock full load state.
Never had another GPU degrade as fast as these ones. My mate with 1 980ti has noticed the same. He use to get 1465mhz on stock voltage (1.2v) now needs 1.24V to get that on his MSI card.
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