Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Pill Monster, Feb 12, 2013.
I thought he had it much longer. Time is such a weird thing.
I have here 2 runs from me. Both at same preset. One is at 3.3GHz CPU and other at 4.8GHz. In both cases GPU utilization remained 100% with occasional dips to 96/98% for time of one statistical refresh of RTSS overlay.
In both cases GPU fan run at same speed and GPU had same temperature.
Why is there such difference in fps? I am still CPU bound :/
And ups, I have RTSS fps limiter at 144 but considering that lower score there which barely approached that limit...
It's quite a big difference between the 980Ti and my old EVGA GTX770 SC :nerd:
My eyes were bleeding throughout the test. lol
From a 770 to 980Ti! Nice!!
Good score. :thumbup:
And people are saying that 2500k will hold 980ti back. Score improved so much it destroyed that poor 770, same CPU.
Btw, why eyes ware bleeding?
GB WF2 1070@2151/9800 -- 116.9 fps -- 4890
Quick test of "cheap" used 980Ti from Amazon@1515/8110 -- 118.5 fps -- 4958
Not bad at all! 77% ASIC btw. :thumbup:
Moded bios or just pure manual oc?
What voltage setting did you use?
Didnt like that 1070 a... I guess it really was more of a weak sidegrade:nerd:
Don't most Maxwells happily hit 1500?
Got 1600 out of mine with a modded BIOS, can't say it was stable, but it passed a run of Heaven, get 1500 with the stock BIOS easy enough
Mine seems to artifact beyond 1480 and throttle a little after 65c..
Idk really doubt its psu that cant deliver after 1480mhz..
Ah right, what's more common for them to hit?
1400 - 1500mhz. Most do 1450mhz just fine anything more can be a bit tricky.
Actually the GTX 1070 Super Jetstream is an amazing card, runs 5-10'C cooler and uses less power(but who cares about that anyway) and
I would had love to keep it for my main card if I had no plans for upgrade later but
I couldn't justify paying 100euros more for a temporary(and just as fast/slower) card.
And I think I will take a smaller loss on this used one instead of the new card later.
Didn't gain much from modding the original vbios tbh. I did upped the power tables and disable boost.
It clocks 1430MHz@1.199v and with voltage slider maxed@1455MHz after modding. Before it boosted to 1400MHz with maxed PT/Voltage.
Also that 1515MHz@1.237v I don't know how stable it is since its summer and it throttles down to email@example.com and it crashes(GTA5 and FC4).
Maybe if I could maintain that 1.237v it would be stable but I have settled for 1495MHz@1.237v until further testing.
I doubt is the your PSU too. I have the psu in sig and I doubt its not enough.
I expected a bit more from the 77% ASIC Omega which shares same pcb with the Extreme version but I can't complain.
As I said mine throttles too and we seem to be hitting the same clocks. Our cards must be related or something. Their clocks/behavior looks really similar.
Funny note: I actually have 2 980Ti AMP! Omega's. The other is a 68% asic and boosts 40-50MHz less at maxed voltage than the 77% one.
And its not stable as same higher clocks as the higher ASIC one. And it also runs hotter than the higher asic. I doubt that one would hit 1500MHz. ON air.
Also it maxes @1.230v vs 1.237v. Just sharing the info.
Yeah, as Tj said 1450-1500MHz is common for Ti. Like 1080 vs Titan X(P). Bigger chip, lower clocks vs smaller chip, higher clocks.
True. I also have spent the whole day yesterday pitting the 980Ti vs GTX 1070 and I have all the data to back it up.
A 980Ti@1450/8000ish is just a fast or faster than a 2076-2088/9200MHz GTX 1070.
Any significant OC clocks above that and the Ti pulls ahead. Atleast in games I have tested so far.
I have test M:LL, GTA5, FC4, RE6, FF:ARR, FF:HSW, Dirt Rally and a couple others.
All in all I just think the 980Ti got a bit more horsepower under it vs GTX 1070 and this 980Ti@1490-1500MHz isn't much slower than my previous 1550MHz GB XG in games.
Overall, really satisfied. :thumbup:
Yeah mine is 71 or was it 72% asic and it defaults to 1.187v.. max voltage is as your with lower asic 1.230v
I did unlock voltage once to make it 1.243v but i reverted to default voltage for now. I think mine really needs 1.243v for 1500mhz or at least 1.237v..
I also unlocked 0fan mode.. now it idles 28% (30c) and at 65c ~60%
Its good card.. think i'll just keep it until Volta :nerd:
After install i get this msvcp100.dll is missing
browser_x86.exe system error
Same here. No way so far to hold 1500+ below 1.237v. My GB XG was/is doing ~firstname.lastname@example.org. lol
As I said, I tried the GTX 1070 SJS and is indeed an amazing card for main gpu but I have no remorse at all keeping the 100euros cheaper 980Ti until 1080Ti or Volta/Vega. None at all.
And no way I will pay 300+euros more for the GTX 1080. No siree! :thumbup:
Wow That old GB xg was really special
Yeah 1070 is not too shabby though.. just a little shy vs 980ti oc'ed. Agree you made a good deal :thumbup:
Always assumed the ti would OC the same, always wanted the 980ti, wondering if I should jump the gun again with the 1080, or wait
Only in this bench where memory bandwidth matters a lot...still not bad for 399$ card on stock cooler close to 24/7 ... just some MHz more on the memory OC...