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post #561 of 1693
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Very nice. If you want to compare it to a OC 1080 Ti, here's my score

2088 Mhz @ 1.050V +400 Memory


Roughly a 10%-12% difference in performance as we all estimated.
Umm why compare 1080p? And at that high fps it'll be likely CPU perf sensitive as well
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post #563 of 1693
Figured I'd throw my hat in too!



Not sure why my minimums are so much lower than jpmboy redface.gif
post #564 of 1693
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Umm why compare 1080p? And at that high fps it'll be likely CPU perf sensitive as well

His test was in 1080
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Figured I'd throw my hat in too!



Not sure why my minimums are so much lower than jpmboy redface.gif

Is better if everyone did the test above 1080p honestly
post #566 of 1693
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Is better if everyone did the test above 1080p honestly

I'll do a 2560x1440 run if we can agree as that being the standard.
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I'll do a 2560x1440 run if we can agree as that being the standard.

Yeah, 1080P in certain benchmarks might be limited to cpu as another user pointed out.
post #568 of 1693
Im good with that! tongue.gif
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post #569 of 1693
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Yeah it seems that a feeble people have come to this conclusion as well.

Also, as much as it pains me to defend the FE cooler (even if I love the nearly all-black Titan X version), it is better than the 2016 TXP. It seems the minor improvements they made between that cooler and the Ti/Titan Xp cooler is enough that it's made a 5C difference in most cases for me.


The DP on he cards supports 3440x1440 100hz even. And yes, the card comes with a DP to DVI-D adapter. However, for some reason, my second monitor doesn't like to go to sleep properly, but I have a feeling it's more to do with the monitor itself than the adapter.
Thermal Grizzly Kyro will give you another much needed 5c, I swear.
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So what's the old TXP now? Yes it's basically Titan X (Pascal) and Titan Xp....

Still, the naming is stupid. Would it kill them to just do Titan P and Titan P Black?
Same naming I suggested. It should be blacked out (no stupid GeForce LED when they say it isn't a GeForce card :/ ) with a black I/O plate and maybe a Blacklight LED, and just say Titan Xp. How hard is that?
post #570 of 1693
Welp....I did it.

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