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highest superposition ive seen on ti so far 10.4 highest on Xp 11.6 that 10% biggrin.gif

I think this is the highest score so far on 4K from the Ti community.

10,712

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I think this is the highest score so far on 4K from the Ti community.

10,712

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Both cases are extreme, avg day to day usage 4-8% max diference
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Both cases are extreme, avg day to day usage 4-8% max diference

I'd just skip the percentages altogether...Xp has around a ~5 FPS advantage on average over a 1080 Ti in gaming scenarios, assuming same clocks + cooling.

For most people, going from something like (as a random example) 78 FPS to 83 FPS on a game is never going to be worth it when that 5 FPS gain costs an extra $500...and that's perfectly fine and makes perfect sense for 99% of gamers.
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Well, for the video buffs out there that use madVR's upscaling features, the extra overhead that Xp offers over 1080Ti could be the difference between a 16.67ms render time and 18ms, which will drop frames and cause stuttering, especially if SVP is added into the mix. Coming from a 980Ti dropped my render time by 50%, so I'm satisfied tongue.gif I have 50% more room to enable more eye candies.
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highest superposition ive seen on ti so far 10.4 highest on Xp 11.6 that 10% biggrin.gif
well to be fair there are a few 10,600's running around. I hit 10,450 with a 2076 locked clock for comparison. But the math says ~8%, but 10% is fair because a higher percentage of TXp2's are center die choice low leakage chips.
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Theres nothing wrong with it just some people dont feel the 10-15% performance gain over the 1080Ti is worth the extra $500 of their hard earned money. thumb.gif

This.
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Anyone know if Titan X (Pascal) water blocks fit this new Titan Xp?

I have EK blocks on my Titan X (Pascals) and Im going to order 2x Xps if they do

Thx


they fit


2016 EKWB blocks for TXP works on TXp 2017 100%
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I'd just skip the percentages altogether...Xp has around a ~5 FPS advantage on average over a 1080 Ti in gaming scenarios, assuming same clocks + cooling.

For most people, going from something like (as a random example) 78 FPS to 83 FPS on a game is never going to be worth it when that 5 FPS gain costs an extra $500...and that's perfectly fine and makes perfect sense for 99% of gamers.
There's also that 1% when you hover at 63 and occasionally dip to 58 and without VRR that's super annoying. This was the case on 980 Ti for me. I wished I could have handled those few extra FPS.
Edited by PeterOC - 4/15/17 at 9:53pm
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Well, for the video buffs out there that use madVR's upscaling features, the extra overhead that Xp offers over 1080Ti could be the difference between a 16.67ms render time and 18ms, which will drop frames and cause stuttering, especially if SVP is added into the mix. Coming from a 980Ti dropped my render time by 50%, so I'm satisfied tongue.gif I have 50% more room to enable more eye candies.

VR can easily bring down any card to its knees. Especially when you bump AA which is very important for presence.
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There's also that 1% when you hover at 63 and occasionally dip to 58 and without VRR that's super annoying. This was the case on 980 Ti for me. I wished I could have handled those few extra FPS.
problem is , i always jack it up to the bleeding edge and always need a 'few more' fps, lol. As soon as i hit 60+ in 4k or 144+ in 1440, it's already dsr time lol. ready for a pair of Volta Tis already. I have a lot of Baasha in me, i want 8k, I just don't have Baasha's pockets...
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