980 Ti Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by AvengerUK, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. SplashDown

    SplashDown Master Guru

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    Hey does anyone know what the EVGA 980ti Classified LN2 bios is like? Or just how its set up? It's on my second bio's from factory. Don't feel like messing with I just got it in and been tweaking on games and clocks ect. So I can just play again.
     
  2. Mr Terry Turnip

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    I think I got quite lucky I got two EVGA 980 Ti FTW cards with 79 and 78 ASIC and both boost to 1418Mhz out of the box, although I'm sending one back because I don't like SLI anymore, the noise and temps were too much for me and the extra performance didn't serve me much
     
  3. Koniakki

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    Don't forget to check which one OC higher and send the other one back. :thumbup:
     
  4. signex

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    980 Ti's got a price bump in Holland as far as i can see, from 500>550 euro.
     

  5. signex

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    Dunno how much voltage, it said 1.225 with my current OC. (i've lowered it a bit though)

    I also have Samsung GDDR5 on it.
     
  6. Undying

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    How about 1070? Now it seems same pricing as 980ti with that bump. You regreting not 1070 instead yet? :p
     
  7. eclap

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    Why? He didn't pay 550 for it? Surely he should feel even better about his purchase?
     
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  8. Nhirlathothep

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    here 310-350 for a 980ti, but i was asking:


    WHY i can t find a GTX TITANX at a decent price?

    they costs exactly the same than 2 months ago:


    here a USED titanx costs double than a NEW gtx 980ti
    why?
     
  9. signex

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    Not at all, it beats the 1070. :D
     
  10. Undying

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    Titans always keep their premium pricing. Even the original Kepler Titan is still expensive. Nvidia are selling them for one reason and you probably already know why...
     

  11. zeebaluch

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    I just saw review of MSI GTX 1070 SLI, My Zotac 980 Ti SLI beat'em up brutally. GTX 1070 even in SLI far behind 980 Ti SLI setup. I should rather wait for GTX 1080 Ti :)
     
  12. Nhirlathothep

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    100% true, but you re talking about new cards. i m asking about used cards pricing.


    why titanx cost USED double than a gtx 980ti ?


    all titanx owners are keeping their cards or selling em at double than the price of a 980ti.

    how can they ask for so much money? i find used gtx 980ti for 310euro, but nobody is selling a titanx for less than 650euro


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  13. Mr Terry Turnip

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    I'm thinking because they know people want them for sli
     
  14. d5aqoep

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    I think the ASIC value is utter horsecrap. My 59 ASIC MSI GTX 970 100ME used to overclock like motherfather.

    For Pascal, the ASIC value cannot yet be determined.
     
  15. archie123

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    thats why i bought another Ti instead of the 1080 , hopefully we will see a 1080ti within a year :)
     

  16. XenthorX

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    I realized lately that my overclock weren't that stable actually, thanks to 3dmark new feature, and Star Citizen.

    So instead of starting from my 1525Mhz overclock and trying to stabilize it, i started lower to get it fully stable.

    I started at 1509Mhz which was stable with my previous ROM. Now... getting 1514Mhz fully stable was another story...

    This is what it took me... :

    [​IMG]
     
  17. Koniakki

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    Don't get fooled by XenthorX people.

    Those writing over there are XenthorX's secret formula to cure World Hunger and Free Renewable Energy For All aka, W.H.C and FR.E.F.A!


    On a serious note, A+ for effort. :thumbup:
     
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  18. XenthorX

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    hahahaha :nerd: Thanks!

    It's actually ROM power tab tuning and feedback all the way.
    Using Firestrike Combined test - how relevant is power distribution of the rom in the 80-90% Power Target range?
    And Graphic test 1 - relevance of power on 90-95% power target
    And Star Citizen, which is nuts and go anywhere from 50% power target to 100% with erratic power usage.


    Sweet 980-Ti isn't afraid of youngling Pascal little brother.
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8951084

    [​IMG]
     
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  19. -Tj-

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  20. XenthorX

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    You must mean 4000Mhz Ram? I'm at 3937Mhz on Ram on the video card actually (and you've to multiply by 2: 7874Mhz).
    And this run was at 1518Mhz on the 980-Ti and 4.7Ghz on the 5820K.
    My GDDR4 ram is at 2400Mhz and Ring is 3.3Ghz.

    It's quite a troll, the 4.7Ghz oc isn't stable at all. Back to 4.6 now :p...
     
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