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Default The GTX 1080-Ti Thread - 09-18-2016, 22:45 | posts: 1,696 | Location: France

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Default 09-19-2016, 00:33 | posts: 5,921 | Location: PA, USA

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We know it's coming,

I'm waiting for it to upgrade my 980-Ti now that i've my brand new 4K screen.

Need a place to post all the leaks that'll start popping out, and spam my hype.




980-Ti isn't enough for Rainbow Six Siege High settings, for anyone wondering.
Yeah...you will want at least a 1080 for 4k.

I can handle all games out there are 4k maxed out with no AA at 40-60 fps. I can use 2xMSAA or FXAA..but I find no need. That is streaming to my TV with Nvidia Shield TV. Works perfect....quality is insane on this 4k tv, but I still prefer my 2K 144hz Gsync monitor.
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 01:19 | posts: 1,179 | Location: Toronto

It's not coming until AMD announces Vega.
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 01:23 | posts: 5,921 | Location: PA, USA

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It's not coming until AMD announces Vega.
How's that HB bridge doing for your SLI setup? Have you tried a regular SLI bridge to compare? Curious, cuz some people swear up and down they see no change in FPS.
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 02:59 | posts: 1,179 | Location: Toronto

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How's that HB bridge doing for your SLI setup? Have you tried a regular SLI bridge to compare? Curious, cuz some people swear up and down they see no change in FPS.
Hmm, I think I got a boost in Timespy and Firestrike. It will depend on the game/resolution.

I play on a 144Hz monitor @ 1080P.

All the review videos only show 1080s @ 4K or 5K, which I think is where it's the only scenario that makes it worthwhile.
   
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Hmm, I think I got a boost in Timespy and Firestrike. It will depend on the game/resolution.

I play on a 144Hz monitor @ 1080P.

All the review videos only show 1080s @ 4K or 5K, which I think is where it's the only scenario that makes it worthwhile.
I was curious. I'm on 2k 144hz Gsync, it's a Acer Predator XB1.

So far just one GTX 1080 is handling this no problem.

Was thinking about the future though with SLI. I prefer real world users findings at times. Mainly because there are so many benches from sites saying different things. It's one of those things where I could do it now..maybe not later things.
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 05:59 | posts: 6,701 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

I want one too!

Wouldn't mind getting rid of SLI for the sake of better / easier overclocking first. Sure it would help with the support and all, yet I can't complain, pretty much every game I've touched supports SLI, and scaling usually is okay.

But I've already got friends waiting for my 980s lol
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 10:59 | posts: 4,810 | Location: Sweden

I want one too

But it's still far away.
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 11:06 | posts: 2,560 | Location: Ipswich UK

nice but not for me yet my 980ti is still plenty for 1080p when its not I will take my other 980ti out of my office pc and go 980ti Sli again
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 11:38 | posts: 867

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I was curious. I'm on 2k 144hz Gsync, it's a Acer Predator XB1.

So far just one GTX 1080 is handling this no problem.

Was thinking about the future though with SLI. I prefer real world users findings at times. Mainly because there are so many benches from sites saying different things. It's one of those things where I could do it now..maybe not later things.
Im on 1440p 144hz too and for me the HB made a really big difference, In witcher 3 the frames shot up but in almost every game the most noticeable thing was the lack of stutter with the hb bridge.


Made games much smoother for me. I think that 1440p 144hz is a much better bandwidth test as it much more pixels than 4K
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 12:51 | posts: 6,701 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

I constantly forget to use a second ribbon bridge and see if this actually makes any difference for me... it's not like I wouldn't have three identical mainboard boxes with everything in there


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I want one too

But it's still far away.
Dude, you already upgraded!
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 15:34 | posts: 4,810 | Location: Sweden

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Dude, you already upgraded!
I would normally not do this but since I have the same name as the circuit I want the very best version (not Titan, it's too pricey)
   
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It looks tempting, was my original plan back then with 780gtx..



Although NV Volta and AMD Navi sound more interesting, this 1080ti up to 40-50% faster then e.g. stock 980ti is nice for sure, but I want a bigger wow factor
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 20:51 | posts: 2,315 | Location: UK

I still have the cash i set side for a 1080 , i gave it a miss when i saw it wasnt worth the upgrade , should have enough saved by the time EVGA release their 1080ti
   
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Default 09-19-2016, 22:21 | posts: 550 | Location: St. Petersburg

If there will be a hybrid cooled 1080 Ti, maybe will be worth an upgrade. Or second 1080, however not a big fan of SLI anymore. Lets wait for those benchmarks!
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 00:27 | posts: 6,971 | Location: BC, Canada

Been waiting for one ever since they announced Pascal.

Gonna slam one in my system to drive the x34 and ideally pin some games out at 100fps
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 03:27 | posts: 5,921 | Location: PA, USA

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I want one too!

Wouldn't mind getting rid of SLI for the sake of better / easier overclocking first. Sure it would help with the support and all, yet I can't complain, pretty much every game I've touched supports SLI, and scaling usually is okay.

But I've already got friends waiting for my 980s lol
My GTX 980 SLI was amazing. I never had SLI issues with any game I threw at em.

My interest in the 1080 was the Vram and speed second honestly.

SLI always ran like a dream for me. I never experienced or saw the micro stutters some people seem to get.

If my 980's had 8GB Vram I would have em still I'm 100% certain.

I did decide to grab another 1080 since I can...probably won't be able to later this year....will have eye issues to take care of.

HB Bridge is supposed to reduce all those micro stutter issues etc to almost nothing.

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Default 09-20-2016, 05:19 | posts: 4,282 | Location: Lebanon

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Im on 1440p 144hz too and for me the HB made a really big difference, In witcher 3 the frames shot up but in almost every game the most noticeable thing was the lack of stutter with the hb bridge.


Made games much smoother for me. I think that 1440p 144hz is a much better bandwidth test as it much more pixels than 4K
Without considering the pixel clock which includes *pixels* that are not part of the active resolution:

2560x1440x144 = 530,841,600 pixels per second
3840x2160x60 = 497,664,000 pixels per second

Not much more at all. 6.67% more pixels. Insignificant.
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 06:02 | posts: 6,701 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

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My GTX 980 SLI was amazing. I never had SLI issues with any game I threw at em.

My interest in the 1080 was the Vram and speed second honestly.

SLI always ran like a dream for me. I never experienced or saw the micro stutters some people seem to get.

If my 980's had 8GB Vram I would have em still I'm 100% certain.

I did decide to grab another 1080 since I can...probably won't be able to later this year....will have eye issues to take care of.

HB Bridge is supposed to reduce all those micro stutter issues etc to almost nothing.
Yeah it's not so much the fps as sooner or later running into a vram limitation. The only reason why I'm not so happy with the 980s is that they only run 4GB... mind you, I haven't found that to be bothersome yet, but the better games get, the sooner one would notice. Incidentally, I can't see why people say you need more than 4GB vRAM right now, besides for one or two badly coded games that are just rubbish.
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 07:12 | posts: 2,926

If it doesn't come out this year I'm going to end up skipping Pascal in hope that GV100 isn't limited to three countries when released like the Titan X(P).
   
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Please, release already
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 12:59 | posts: 8,129 | Location: Netherlands

How much did the 980 Ti cost at launch?

I was thinking about going for a 1080 this week, but if the 1080 Ti will cost around 800 euro i'll hold off and upgrade my CPU and motherboard first.
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 13:17 | posts: 6,701 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

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How much did the 980 Ti cost at launch?

I was thinking about going for a 1080 this week, but if the 1080 Ti will cost around 800 euro i'll hold off and upgrade my CPU and motherboard first.
IF a 1080Ti will even come around. No real intel on that actually, or is there?
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 16:07 | posts: 13,717 | Location: Proxima \/82

980ti was ~700-750, but quicky dropped to ~650 later.. just like most 1080.


I think this 1080ti will be the same ~750 by rls then slowly dropping..
   
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Default 09-20-2016, 16:34 | posts: 4,810 | Location: Sweden

Yea and the 1080 will get a price drop down to 550.
   
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