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NVIDIA Pascal GTX 1050, 1060, 1070, 1080, TITAN X (P) | Discussion

Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by DiGiTaL MoNkEY, Apr 29, 2016.

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What Pascal GPU(s) Do You Own?

  1. NVIDIA TITAN X

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  2. GeForce GTX 1080

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  3. GeForce GTX 1070

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  4. GeForce GTX 1060

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  5. None I Just Like Voting...

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  1. aokman

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    My guess is they well sell as fast as they can push them out the door. There is quite a big need for them at the moment.
     
  2. raincloudx

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    Think I have a good clocking 1080 here:


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    Clock @ 2113mhz
    Mem @ +130

    Will see if mem can go higher
     
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  3. jvalente

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    All that needs to happen for even more demand is for Asus to get that 144hz 4k panel out the door
     
  6. AEKaBeer

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    Yep $1200 USD MSRP, so $44,990 AUD drive away!
     
  7. jvalente

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    What if you could get it for $1600 AUD?
     
  8. Bertross

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    Funny my GPU boosts to 2113 as well. Ill run that same bench. Whats your settings? +125Mhz core?
     
  9. Rysith

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    On my EVGA SC 1080 I manage:
    +120Mhz core
    +450Mhz mem

    Hits about 2100Mhz Clock as well which seems to be the upper limit at the moment.
     
  10. Paulie_AU

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    As good as one would be for benching it is just fucking stupid money. Why are they scrambling to release this with GDDR5X? Why not wait for HBM2? I wonder if they have seen the performance of new games like BF1 with not yet seen by the public Vulcan and figure Vega might actually put a dint in sales. :confused: Maybe not but it makes no sense to drop it so quick before everyone gets over the just released 1080.

    Maybe they just don't give a shit and will drop a HBM2 version later in the year. People who have no self control will just buy another card. :thumbup:
     
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  12. raincloudx

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    +120 core
    +300 mem


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    EDIT: I think Unigine reports clock/temps funny, max boost is actually 2100 in Precision X logs
     
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    Precision is playing up for me it wont accept my customs settings in Unigine...
     
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  16. jvalente

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    Makes sense.

    Got excited cause $1200 USD is actually $1600 AUD. But meh, it will probably be $2k here
     
  17. Ogre

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    Who knows, I heard you have to buy them direct from NVidia, so you might just have to pay conversion + postage.
     
  18. hawpinghaxbag

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    HBM2 is probably still too expensive and dosnt offer much in the way of performance gains compared to gddr5x, faster vram dosnt make a gpu go faster if there is little to no vram bandwidth bottleneck.
    The non stop evolution of GDDR is sabotaging HBM, next year just bump the frequency up 40% to 14ghz and GDDR5x will probably be fast enough for the next GPUs thus making HBM2 too costly and complicated and not needed for mainstream gaming cards

    It would be funny if AMD release a HBM2 card but still gets the rug pulled out from underneith it by a maximum trolling nVidia GDDR5x 14ghz card which comfortably beats it
     
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    Yep was on previous page. :thumbup:
     

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