Yeah I know what you mean and I have 2 in Sli it will be a while before i upgrade again because everything has gotten so expensive! I also have 32GB (4x8GB) of DDR4 2666Mhz RAM and the i7 6950x extreme edition it is attached to all on a Asus X99 M WS Workstation MicroATX MB I've had it all since they firsst came out so my system is a little over 2yrs old! Still plays every game awesomely though especially on my 3 LU28E590D 28" 4k UHD Samsung Monitors at 60hz, which are still plenty good for me though someday I hope to get a 49" Ultra-wide 31:9 Aspect Monitor, which would be better because it would be one versus three monitors and will take less space and easier to move around!I'm still rocking mine and haven't really felt the need for an upgrade... it's been a solid performer for as long as I've had it, lol
I have one, for Titan X Pascal version, let me know...Hello Everyone, I am looking for an EKWB EK-FC Titan X Backplate, which all look End of Life. Preferably one in Nickel, does anyone have one that they would be willing to part with? If so feel free to DM me.
That is what I hope this card does for me! If nothing else the idea that I'd have to get a new WB if I upgrade should be enough of a deterrent for now! I have a problem, but hopefully this card will keep my love to side-grade at bay!Still have my card, through it into my mITX build
Haven't felt the need to upgrade, lol
Yeah, mine tops out around 2063/2075 on the core. I am 100% power limited, GPU never goes over ~45C.Man, this thread seems super dead! Guess those with TXP/TXps can upgrade more frequently!
Anyways, I got one of these cards recently as a side grade for a 1080ti and while it doesn't clock too well (never sure how good a 'good' clock is / how bad a 'bad' clock is). It tops out right around 2075/2088 on the core and 5500-5600 on the memory (under water). Card is a champ for 1440p144hz; will hopefully ride it until something that can handle 4K/120hz better.
Card is awesome and I have no complaints with it; hopefully I'll keep it longer than the myriad 1080ti's I've owned (which no joke, was way too many!).