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post #21 of 16374 (permalink) Old 06-03-2015, 09:38 AM
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Some quick tests compared to my Titan X...

Witcher 3 completely maxed settings @ 1440p -
60 min Novigrad square 77 max
75 min Dead Mans Tree 85 max

With a single Titan X I was getting dips of around 45 in the middle of Novigrad square with the avg rate in the high 50's,walking around the city it was low 60's,this is with Hairworks OFF on the Titan!. With the dual 980ti's it never goes below 60 and stays in the high 70's/low 80's walking around the city (Hairworks ON).

Just running around the world with a single Titan X and Hairworks ON I get mid 60's with the rarel dip into the 50's. With the 980ti's it never goes below 75 and is almost always in the 80's.

GTA V maxed with 2x MSAA and TXAA on @ 1440p
63 min driving around with traffic near Michaels house 95 max. It stays in the 80 range most of the time. If I turn off TXAA and MSAA its in the 100's.
Single Titan X would dip into the 50's and stay in the upper 60's with MSAA and TXAA off.

Is that with no OCing? I'm wondering because @ 1440p in GTA V with everything maxed out except having MSAA and TXAA off, with FXAA on my framerate stays in the 80's most of the time, sometimes going above sometimes dropping into the 70's and that is with a slight OC running @1400mhz on a single TX. SAme goes for The Witcher 3, I run it with everything maxed and Hariworks on and get framerates like you do with hairworks off.

Anyways, I'm very curious of your clocks so I can get a better idea of your comparison. thumb.gif And by the way, thanks for doing the comparison. I've been very curious to see real world, real people comparisons.
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Ordered 2 of these puppies from Nvidia on sunday and picked up 2 TX blocks and backplates from EK. Should be going in a new 5820k rig i have sitting on my desk. Everything should be here on Friday including all the watercooling gear from ppc.

I game on 3440x1440 and on my current 2600k rig w/ 2 970's in sli the performance was abysmal. In witcher 3 on ultra w/ AA/vsync/Hairworks off i was barely able to keep 30 fps. In Project cars w/ medium settings i was able to keep 70-80 fps consistently.

Can't wait to get the new rig built and test her out
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Is that with no OCing? I'm wondering because @ 1440p in GTA V with everything maxed out except having MSAA and TXAA off, with FXAA on my framerate stays in the 80's most of the time, sometimes going above sometimes dropping into the 70's and that is with a slight OC running @1400mhz on a single TX. SAme goes for The Witcher 3, I run it with everything maxed and Hariworks on and get framerates like you do with hairworks off.

Anyways, I'm very curious of your clocks so I can get a better idea of your comparison. thumb.gif And by the way, thanks for doing the comparison. I've been very curious to see real world, real people comparisons.

With my TX at 1500/8000 I got around 100-130fps in the city at night at 1440p 70-100 in the day, everything maxed (advanced options all on except the shadow bar, and extended distance halfway) In the country I would often see down to around 55-60fps even hitting 48 at worst. That's only using fxaa. MSAA x2 cuts off about 30 fps on the high side.

The Witcher 3 consistently hit 36 fps with hairworks on, when forcing the camera up close to Geralt.

There were no performance issues with this card or my system. My FS scores are decent to good.

To not be totally off-topic, the tx is sent back. I'm still not sure if I'll buy 2 980 ti's now, or one now and one more in September.

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Can someone please upload a default/factory BIOS to this thread? Or PM me. thumb.gif

I'm looking for:

- Stock NVidia 980 Ti BIOS
- Stock EVGA SC BIOS
- Stock EVGA SC+ BIOS
- Stock EVGA Hydro Copper or Hybrid (should be the same)

Stock = Unmodded. wink.gif

CPU: intel Core i9 9900K - 5 GHz x 8 cores - HT on - 1.26v - Air cooled
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Ordered 2 from Nvidia on sunday and picked up 2 TX blocks and backplates. Should be going in the new rig sitting on my desk waiting for all my watercooling parts. Can't wait. I game on 3440x1440 and it wasnt that great with my current rig w/ 2 970s

 

What blocks did you pick up?

 

I am soooo tempted, but I've been spending a lot on other hobbies as well lately.  Really all I would need is a pump, block and new tube though....

 

Maybe I'll sell my 7970 for some funding..


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I have my eye on 2 Gigabyte G1s, since they are the only custom cards currently available at my local retailer, though I am waiting for reviews to find out which custom design will be best for water-cooled overclocking...
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What blocks did you pick up?

I am soooo tempted, but I've been spending a lot on other hobbies as well lately.  Really all I would need is a pump, block and new tube though....

Maybe I'll sell my 7970 for some funding..

Picked up 2 blocks from EK. They ship a whole lot faster than ppcs as i ordered all the watercooling stuff from them almost 2 weeks ago and that is also coming on friday.
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I have my eye on 2 Gigabyte G1s, since they are the only custom cards currently available at my local retailer, though I am waiting for reviews to find out which custom design will be best for water-cooled overclocking...

 

I am waiting for some of these http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=400-HY-0990-B1 to come in stock.

 

I figure I spend like $9 more than the hybrid card and still have the air cooler if needed.

 

Or I might just get a block and a pump.

 

So many choices...

 

Also, I really liked my EK blocks on my 7970s... I've been out of water for over a year now.


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What blocks did you pick up?

I am soooo tempted, but I've been spending a lot on other hobbies as well lately.  Really all I would need is a pump, block and new tube though....

Maybe I'll sell my 7970 for some funding..

Picked up 2 blocks from EK. They ship a whole lot faster than ppcs as i ordered all the watercooling stuff from them almost 2 weeks ago and that is also coming on friday.

Are you located in the United States or the EU? If USA, how much is it for shipping and how long does it take when buying directly from EK?

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Are you located in the United States or the EU? If USA, how much is it for shipping and how long does it take when buying directly from EK?

I am located in california. Ordered it on monday morning and they shipped it out by next day. They have either UPS or Fedex 3 day. Shipping was 33 dollars for 2 waterblocks / 2 backplates / sli terminal + blockout
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