Thank you for that. The link to that review is here for anyone else, like me, curious as to how the GTX 1080 fares against an overclocked GTX 980 Ti: http://www.kitguru.net/components/graphic-cards/zardon/nvidia-gtx-1080-graphics-card-review/ That pretty much confirms that it is not really worthwhile me upgrading to a GTX 1080 as my own GTX 980 Ti SC, already running at a stock clock of 1,100 MHz, is set at 1,225 MHz with an offset of +125 MHz and boosts to 1,441 MHz during gaming. The GTX 1080 benchmarks are within 10 fps or less of the overclocked GTX 980 Ti. Sure, the GTX 1080 itself can also be overclocked but it really looks like I would be better off just waiting it out for the next high-end Pascal model, whether it be the GTX 1080 Ti or whatever. Of course, I say that but come 27th May, when I am conveniently (or inconveniently) off work for a week then the urge to upgrade might become too overwhelming. A high price of £620+ would almost certainly put me off buying though even if I could get £300 for my GTX 980 Ti SC. Let's see how much willpower I have between now and the 27th!!!