The GTX 1080 thread

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

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    Should i get 1070 or 1080 ?

    im upping from r9 390. With all the constant problems with radeon and their drivers im going back green.
     
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    i'm interested with 1070.
     

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    I feel bad for buying a gigabyte 970 G1 last year :( (although it is good for 1080p gaming)
     
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    run decent 1440p on my side.
     
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    Guys what you think for 1440p gaming single 1080 would do the job right?
    My SLI 780 Starting to get tired in games like Rise of the tomb raider and etc.
     
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    Most definitely! :)
     
  9. XenthorX

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    The fun part is, there's an issue with 3dMark displayed frequency for GPU with 'boost', it actually shows the base clock before boost before the benchmark start.
    As you can see on my benchmark run: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8403559
    3dmark display the base clock for my 980-Ti: 1 273 MHz, while it actually ran at 1525Mhz.

    I'm pretty sure that this 1800Mhz core benchmark from the 1080 is from the founder edition with 1800Mhz base clock.
     
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    it maybe the cards power envelope it might clock 12k? never know
    but we still have to wait a few weeks till we see what is really going on with these new cards
     

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    The 980Ti stock has 3 boost states though. Most people forget that. Nvidia advertises 1000 and 1075 but it can boost as high as 1202.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/9306/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-ti-review/17

    I believe the ~1850 clock or whatever the number was from the 3DMark test was that third, hidden maximum boost state.

    I guess we'll find out for sure in a few weeks.
     
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    I believe it was stated that the 1080 had the approximate, or slightly better performance to the 980 sli.

    Here is a comparison of the 980 sli to a 980ti. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/1445?vs=1496

    If the 1080 Founders Edition has numbers higher then a 980 sli setup, i'll most likely have to get it, unless AMD can beat it.
     
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    Unless I didn't get it correctly, the VR tech is basically a shader that could run anywhere.
     
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    GTX1080 performance - > GTX680 vs GTX580 revisited. Arround 25-30% in average(Vs GTX980Ti). Now, i expect the gap between 1080 and 1070 to be bigger than the last time because of GDDR5X, so maybe this time i'll go for the big one.
     
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    If Gtx 1080 will have Gddr5 not worth it.With Gddr5x is ok.

    1070 will not be the hot spot.
    Wait for benches,lot of them.
     
  18. PrMinisterGR

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    Does anyone have an idea about when the AMD press event is? I'm into buying a new one and the choice really is between whatever is the top AMD part and the 1070.
     
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    More like a win, 1000 people just got new GFX cards.
    Is there a link for the May 17th reviews? Seen that date on multiple threads but no link (or I keep missing it).

    The 1070 is priced pretty well, I can see it being the new price/perf card to get. The 1060Ti though should be a real winner since it's also meant to be a GP104 GPU.
     
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    The NDA date comes from a twitter post that was deleted from a reviewer. They censored the reddit thread pretty quickly in order to avoid screwing the guy over.

    http://www.gamersnexus.net/news-pc/...080-founders-edition-and-reference#!/ccomment
     
    Last edited: May 9, 2016

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