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**Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Thread**

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by subbytna, Aug 5, 2016.

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  1. yoyo59

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    it should be a good card for people who want to go stay on air..supposed to have dual bios too with one being higher power limit

    back on topic

    played a game last night for first time in months maybe.. some BF1 for a hour or so.. and my 1080 impressed me tbh getting 80-100 fps 3440 x 1440 ultra .. that was without any overclock it boosts to 1911mhz also g sync enabled.. makes me think I don't need to upgrade at all

    I guess I just want the shiny ofc ;) .. maybe to do some benchmarks see what numbers I get.. also theres always that nice feeling your on the bleeding edge.. all I gotta say is when these 1080 deals come around.. dont think just buy.. the 1080 is still one hell of a card..

    thing that gets me the most is memory overclocking on GPUs I remember doing it on a 780 and thinking 6 to 7 ghz overclock was boss.. then the 780 ti came out with 7ghz standard.. 980 ti also 7ghz but could hit 8ghz.. with my 1070 I hit 9ghz..1080 10ghz.. 1080 ti people are hitting 12ghz??! thats insane! :D :D
     
  2. Reality|Bites

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    it's not actually 12Ghz though :)
    it's only an actual real frequency of 1.5Ghz
     
  3. hyperseven

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  4. Dicehunter

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    No.

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  5. OG Don Mecca

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    god damn it i want mine now lol! that's just a tease!
     
  6. yoyo59

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    ops I meant 12 Gbps once overclocked 500+ on mem

    :p
     
  7. Reality|Bites

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    Well we were talking when overclocked, and what you pointed out was the effective frequency it would have to be if it were standard SDR ram. The real GDDR5X frequency seems to be doubled then multiplied by 4, probably due to bigger numbers sounding better.
     
  8. khemist

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    Anyone having a problem with clocks not dropping to 2d speeds with the latest drivers?.
     
  9. khemist

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    Sorted, it was because share was enabled in GFE.

    Speaking of GFE, i've not been able to get shadowplay to work for a while, it worked on the 1080 for a while and stopped and still not working on the TI.

    It's a pain because i've had some cracking games on BF1 i wanted to save.
     
  10. Menta38

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    here kiity kitty :D


    It is here already...deleting
     
  11. V F

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    That all black Asus Strix looks soooo sexy. Stealth looking. No colour, yummy!
     
  12. spot35

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    It does indeed. Although that GeForce GTX sticker is tacky af
     
  13. orbitalwalsh

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    https://videocardz.com/67661/new-card-report-12-aorus-edition


    GPU : GP102 GPU Base Clock : 1632 MHz (+10.3%)
    Cores : 3584 GPU Boost Clock : 1746 MHz (+10.4%)
    TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 1431 MHz (+4.0%)

    Xtreme Edition beating the Strix OC as fastest card

    Non-Xtreme matching speeds


    PU : GP102 GPU Base Clock : 1594 MHz (+7.7%)
    Cores : 3584 GPU Boost Clock : 1708 MHz (+8.0%)
    TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 1376 MHz
     
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2017
  14. spot35

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    Nice
     
  15. Unisol Magic

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    Can't see on their site if these are 2.5 or 2 slot (I assume the former but wondered if the basic OC version will be 2 slot?)

    I'm really struggling to decide what do to at the moment.

    I have a microATX case (Corsair 240) with an EVGA X99 Micro 2 MB which has 3 PCI slot.

    I currently have a Titan XP and am still able to use the 2 other PCI slots (for soundcard and wifi - although I do have USB options for these).

    I'm toyying with whether to sell the Titan while it's still worth a reasonable sum and go for one of the partner cards (non FE) - it would make sense to try and go for a 2 slot card so that I can at least keep the soundcard internally or go full out and get a 2.5 slot one?

    The Zotac AMP edition and Inno3d X2 look like decent options for 2 slot (and possibly the Gigabyte quoted above?)

    As daft as it may sound, I could even pick up a second Titan XP for SLI but heat could be a problem with them being so close together (I may even have to remove the backplate from 1?)

    Thought anyone?
     
  16. orbitalwalsh

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    the xtreme's are 2.5+ slots and the Gaming is 2 slot design.

    are you struggling with the Titan XP at the moment? if you dont have a G-sync monitor could you look into the Vega option? or at least wait till it launches to see how prices turn out ? with an XP could easily cost for another month or two :D
     
  17. fishyswaz

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    I'd stick with the Titan, and pop a few hundred quid on doing a custom watercooling loop. There's some really nice one's out there using the 240 case, but I'm biased as like wc.

    Or just stick with the Titan, as they'll probably not come down in price s/h from what they already have at the mo for a while.
     
  18. Unisol Magic

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    Thanks.

    Do you have any links for the watercooling for the 240 case only I've struggled to find anything in the past? I've not really looked into it for a while TBH as I thought the lack of space may be a problem.
     
  19. The Artfull Bodger

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    Titan XP and ti pretty much on par i thought - unless you definitely want to upgrade to sli (with better thermals- not sure how much better because at least XP vents out back for small cases)stick with the XP unless you can sell it for more than new ti costs (including fees).
     
  20. orbitalwalsh

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    Alphacool do a full AIO for the Titan XP, saves going all custom etc etc, one self contained loop

    that or
    My basket at Overclockers UK:

    Total: £100.49
    (includes shipping: £10.50)


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    sorry, misread your post as Titan Maxwel not Pascal, keep the card :D