The GTX 1080 thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by bugsixx, May 7, 2016.

  1. Aelders

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    Guys. I don't want to be a buzzkill. You can have 22 phases and it won't shift your max OC by one iota.

    Asus Strix are known to have power limit *******ry.

    Gigabyte are known to overclock like, dirty dirty overclocking whores.

    (slight bias, I've owned 3) Gigabyte customer service sucks donkey balls though
     
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    Yep i've seen that too , prices are crazy for some models , this really does make sli very expensive option just atm , i think prices will fall in-line once the 1080ti shows its face.
     
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    If that tiny die has a 300w thermal output you need very effective cooling to draw that heat away quickly; thermal hotspots will form almost instantaneously and will lead to instability, or in extreme cases electromigration which in the long term will not be good news :D
     

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    True imagine sli with those u can heat up your room pretty nicely in the winter, no heater needed xD
     
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    Yeah its no cheap bargain for sure.
    Imagine what the Ti would cost, when it comes in the end of this year lol.

    Probably between 1100 and 1150 euro,s.
     
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    Actual boost clock is going to be over 2ghz if your case is cool enough :D

    I don't know which model to order, but I want to order it soon. The longer I wait, the greater the chance that the 980 Ti will drop even more in price and I will get less for it.
     
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    Be smart and wait a bit longer i wanne know these temps of those cards, i am not worried for single gpu temps they like 9 out of 10 times always cool.

    But SLI however aftermarket vs reference.
    If reference is already getting 82c with boost clock then i am a bit worrried to sli them.

    Problem also is most internet sites like guru or whatever never test aftermarket cards in sli so u never know really how they perform in sli with temps.
     
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YlRRZFDe-0&ab_channel=AdoredTV

    AdoredTV claiming gp104 is disappointing because base clock is 1607mhz, says that thermal throttling makes boost clock useless. Like he lives in a world where you can't raise the fan speed manually.

    Come on.

    This is just lazy, how does he get away with saying such bs
    5:30 is golden. He brings up his own misprediction, and pretends it's correct. :bang::bang::bang::bang::bang:
     
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    Well some folk just dont want to rise the fanspeed manually i can completely understand that i myself dont use it to i like it how it works on my g1 cards, in iddle they just make no sound.
     
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    But what is too loud ? What if stock profile is below whisper quiet, and raising fan to 70% is whisper quiet, and sustains 1900mhz

    which is the case, it's pretty quiet and efficient for a blower
     
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    I just bought one on newegg at 6:30PM EST.They are in stock best of all got it cheap.
    Sold a 980TI a couple weeks ago for 565USD so the 1080 price was not that bad for me.
     

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    I've been checking Newegg all day and all I see are reference cards with "coming soon," where the price should be.

    Of course I have no intention of buying a reference model, but I don't think the aftermarket parts will be in until next week.

    Typical price gouging. On Amazon you can find F.E cards for 1300 USD! :mad4:
     
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    I'm kinda confused about the perfomance of the 1080. In most reviews it seems 10-20% faster than the 980ti (stock for stock). We've seen some overclocked Fire Strike results, like the one on here. A 1080 at 2000mhz scores around 21.5k in graphics score. Most people with 980ti get that at around 1500mhz. And we've seen 980ti scoring over 23k.

    So it seems that when you overclock both cards, they're pretty much even. Which is weird. Seems like the 980ti scales a lot better when overclocked.
     
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    You can pre-order the non-reference model and they are cheaper than the reference cards.
    Reference cards they are loud and hot but I am like a crackhead when it comes to new cards.

    Canadian prices-lowest I seen is 664 USD
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    980 Ti has higher IPC no doubt, but 2ghz isn't a heavy overclock for GP104, whereas 1500 is a heavy overclock for GM200 on air. I'm estimating that good aftermarket GP104 models will be able to hit 2.3 to 2.4ghz on air, which would be considered a heavy overclock.

    The Asus ROG model has a boost clock of 1936mhz, which is just shy of 2ghz. But the actual in game boost clock should be well over 2ghz without manual overclocking in a well ventilated case..
     

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