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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-16-2018, 12:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Is the difference in price worth the performance gain?

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What is your use case? What res, what refresh rate, do you use any GPU accelerated programs?

The 1080 should be a better value in terms of price/performance, but it also depends if that's enough GPU power for what you need.

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Depends on what you need to use it for and what res you are gaming at. I absolutely love my 1080ti. Overclocked it handles anything I throw at it for 4k. Now I am just waiting on some higher refresh rate monitors.



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Is the difference in price worth the performance gain?

difference in power? yea hell yea...

980TI OC = 1080 (give or take 5%)
2 x 980TI OC = Maybe beat the 1080ti

this is on air, if its on water it'll be a different story, once the SLI heats up, it power output is about 1080TI or less.
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