GTX 980 Club - Overclocking - Benchmarks!

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  1. zig11727

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    Games & benchmarks are freezing requiring a reboot.
     
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    Had a sick day today, so what better way to spend my time than benchmarking all day?

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/4145261
    Core: 1550
    Memory: 4110

    Can't be arsed going higher, seems stable in everything.
     
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    Very fair and interesting review :)

    GTX780Ti vs GTX980

    ...booth cards run at the same clock-speed (1200MHZ)

    LINK (Games)

    http://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.php/artikel/hardware/grafikkarten/32753-geforce-gtx-980-im-taktvergleich-mit-der-geforce-gtx-780-ti.html?start=1

    LINK (Futuremark 3Dmark)

    http://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.php/artikel/hardware/grafikkarten/32753-geforce-gtx-980-im-taktvergleich-mit-der-geforce-gtx-780-ti.html

    GTX780Ti is usually faster.

    I hope 20nm coming soon.:sleep:
     
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    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    Consider this. The 780Ti has ~800 more cores. Now keep in mind the 780Ti is consuming about 40-50 more watts and 1200MHz is an above average overclock on a 780Ti where 1200MHz is almost a standard boost clock on a 980. Almost all 980's are hitting 1450MHz on stock voltage and still using less power than a 780 at reference.

    I am in the market now for an upgrade and the 980 is definitely the choice for me.
     
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    yes very logical, compare two different architecture chips on same speeds because, f it, it declares your one and only all unifying truth right?
     
  6. Loophole35

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    It supports his bias view so why not.
     
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    He should make one of r9 290x vs 780ti but both on the same clock speed as well, see what that tells us!
     
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  9. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    If he could find a 290x that can run at 1200MHz.

    Hitman is a horrible example its like using Watch Dogs.

    how about this chart

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    don't like that one here's another
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    Better yet read a full review here
     
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    As i said, take a look at the clock-speed. REFERENCE (875MHZ) :uhoh::sleep:

    Against a card like ASUS MATRIX, ZOTAC AMP etc.
    A different story. :infinity:
     
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  11. Loophole35

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    And as stated look at core count and the FACT that the 980 can clock a whole 300MHz higher on average over the 780Ti. All we have currently are REFERENCE 980's. Do you have an axe to grind? Did you just buy a 780Ti and now feel jilted? Do you need a shoulder to cry on? Are you mad the Nvidia released a card that uses as much power as a 680 and has twice the performance while costing less than a 780Ti? Because if not you sure come off that way.

    Um, Do you not realize that Kepler and Maxwell are different architectures? You can't compare then clock for clock, core for core maybe.
     
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    Kepler has been beaten by a lighter faster architecture stop being a crybaby:wanker:

    Um, no. It will bring further efficiency and allow for more transistors to be put in a die which will give you more performance. The architecture differences are what give the base performance differences Maxwell cores have 30% more performance over Kepler from the get go.
     
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    I am using afterburner but I don't see why using Evga would be any different. Do you have prefer maximum performance set in nvcp?
     

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    reported!
    How old are you, 8 or 9 ?
    Accept the truth and dont cry here pls.

    You wanna compare a reference GTX780 Ti (870mhz) with a GTX980 (1200mhz)?

    LAUGHABLE !

    GTX770 was faster than GTX680, you know why ?

    lol

    Go sleep, you have no idea. :bang:
     
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    And????

    Your argument is that clock for clock the 780Ti is faster than the 980. After being told you can't compare two different architectures clock for clock you bury your head in the sand a regurgitate your sad already dis-proven argument and report me. SMH. How old are you?

    And yes I know why the 770 was faster than the 680 I'm not sure you grasp the reason though.
     
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