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GeForce GTX 1070 3DMark FireStrike Benchmarks Surface

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 25, 2016.

  1. ender79

    ender79 Member Guru

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    My prediction is (keep in mind gtx1070 is a cut down version of a gtx1080 by 25%)


    Tomb Raider;

    GTX1080 = 131
    GTX1070 = 98
    Titan X = 106
    GTX980Ti= 104

    The Witcher 3;

    GTX1080 = 105
    GTX1070 = 78
    Titan X = 82
    GTX980Ti= 76

    Let's see who is closer to real benchmarks :banana:
     
  2. bigfutus

    bigfutus Master Guru

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    I paid 339€ for the 970, and its 356€ right now, i can sell it with profit!!! :D
     
  3. AlmondMan

    AlmondMan Master Guru

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    Sure, the 1080 is around twice as fast as the 970, the reduction in performance from losing 25% of the chip and going to a 256bit bus will certainly not put it anywere near 1080 performance.
    With the pricing of the 1080 being the same as 980Ti, we must of course compare these cards, not to the previous mid-range card. Don't buy into nVidia marketing. When we have a 1080Ti or whatever, we'll have to compare that to the previous Titan cards, because it'll certainly be priced at that level, now that they've increased the price for the 1080.

    Radeon Fury X has only just now been undercut in price by a few 980Tis... else nvidia has been more expensive at the high end, and the mid-range for quite a while.

    Depends entirely on the game...

    They're stopping production of that generation anyway, so I don't think they care much about no selling many more of them. The price on 900 series has already started dropping.
     
  4. 0blivious

    0blivious Ancient Guru

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    The 1070 looks fantastic for 1440p much like the 970 is for 1080p.

    I'm running 4K so if it's -25% across the board for the 1070, it's looking like the 1080 for me. I need every frame I can get and I'm fine with paying the premium this time, once the full line is released. Ultimately, I'll probably grab a Ti once that's available, assuming it's +33% (or higher) than a 1080.
     

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  6. Vxheous

    Vxheous Maha Guru

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    They have stopped production of the 9 Series, so I'm pretty sure Nvidia doesn't care about future sales of 980Ti
     
  7. 0blivious

    0blivious Ancient Guru

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    The 1080 will be $600 in a couple weeks. The 1080 Ti will sell for $800 just like the last one (and the 1080 will be cut in price to ~$500).

    I seem to recall the 980 costing $550-$600 at release and for many months to follow. It only dropped to $500 when the 980 Ti released (for $799).

    I'm really not sure why these release prices have people jumping out of buildings. Seems pretty much in line with the past pricing, not to mention, nvidia has the clear advantage at the top (no competition). It's been this way for over a decade (we pay a lot for the fastest).


    Is it the 2 week premium price that have people up in arms? So don't buy it :/
     
    Last edited: May 25, 2016
  8. BlueRay

    BlueRay Master Guru

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    This card interests me the most. I will wait for the custom designs and the real reviews before I decide.
     
  9. Ryu5uzaku

    Ryu5uzaku Ancient Guru

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    I believe when I see it the price tag of 600$ or 650€ here. But I still think AIBs will simply price similarly to the reference model or above it so it will be a pipe dream until something more powerful comes out.
     
  10. hazel1

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    Well,based on NVIDIA official web,gtx1070 is 1.7x and 1.8x faster than gtx970 on TW3 and Tomb Raider ,so ;

    Tomb Raider;

    GTX1080 = 131
    GTX1070 = GTX970(63) x 1.8=113
    Titan X = 106
    GTX980Ti = 104
    GTX970 = 63

    The Witcher 3;

    GTX1080 = 105
    GTX1070 = GTX970(53) x 1.7=90
    Titan X = 82
    GTX980Ti = 76
    GTX970 = 53

    *NVIDIA official web also state ,gtx1080 is 1.7x and 1.8x faster than gtx980 on TW3 and Tomb Raider on announcement day, turn out to be true .:infinity:
     

  11. Undying

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    Sales or anything else. Nvidia will throw 9 series aside and focus on Pascal. That's why people should be looking at 1070 not 980ti.
     
  12. Denial

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    If games shift to a heavier reliance on compute Maxwell is going to fall behind anyway, regardless to what Nvidia does.
     
  13. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    Anyone know when NDA is lifted on these cards? Really curious to see actual performance numbers! The 1080 may be a bit to much for me to spend, so the 1070 could be a better option as I game at 1440p so I imagine performance would be 980Ti like.
     
  14. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Yeah, that makes more sense than gimping. ;)
     
  15. stickem

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    You realize the reference cards have power limitations which affect your overclocking abilities. That's why everyone needs to wait until partner boards are released. You need to get off that GHZ bandwagon. The chipsets between the 980Ti and 1070 are completely different and their operating standards are on different levels. You have got to keep in mind too that the pascal series uses new type of memory and has way better compression which allows it to be more efficient using less bandwidth and etc. Bigger isn't always better my friend. I'd seriously recommend waiting a week or 2 after the reference cards start selling to see how well the partner boards perform before jumping to conclusions so fast.

    Nvidia hasn't shot themselves in the foot for cancelling production of the 980/980 Ti's.....that's smart business because they can focus their manufacturing towards a newer product line rather than spend money on a older product line that won't net them as much profits going forward. On just about every chip release they do, the same process is executed.
     

  16. sunnyp_343

    sunnyp_343 Master Guru

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    First why Memory clock of 1070 is higher than 1080. 2000 Mhz comapre to 1250 MHz.explain pls
    second wow 1070 performance is rocky Balboa.This is gonna be my 1st SLI.Two 1070 beat 1080 in both price wise and performance wise.Right?
    :banana:
     
  17. Denial

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    380 isn't a rebrand and Nvidia rebrands too. 680 and 770 for example.

    That being said, Nvidia doesn't intentionally gimp it's cards, there is literally zero evidence of that.
     
  18. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    I dont flame, just talking with Denial. He is used to my comments. :D Btw 380 does have nothing to do with 7970 and 280X, Tahiti vs Tonga.
     
  19. ViperXtreme

    ViperXtreme Ancient Guru

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    Jes posting the raw specs of 980Ti, 1070 and Titan X. The 1070 is pretty much bandwidth starved save for its 4th gen delta color compression vs prev generation

    980Ti
    1070
    Titan X
     
  20. FranciscoCL

    FranciscoCL Member Guru

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    GTX 1070 uses traditional GDDR5 memory, while GTX 1080 uses the new GDDR5X, with better memory bandwidth (320 GB/s in 1080 vs 256 GB/s in 1070, both with 256bit memory bus)
     

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