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

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What Pascal GPU(s) Do You Own?

  1. NVIDIA TITAN X

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  2. GeForce GTX 1080

    26.9%
  3. GeForce GTX 1070

    25.3%
  4. GeForce GTX 1060

    10.9%
  5. None I Just Like Voting...

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  1. Luke212

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    and the 970 was titan 1 speed :p

    970 = titan
    1070 = titan X v1
    1170 = titan X v2
     
  2. Bertross

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    hmmm so the 1170 is the bang for buck really.

    ok 12 months looks like it then. Come on!
     
  3. ChinoPD

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    Now the CPU question. 6700, 6800 (for future proofing: hoping that future games will support more cpu cores), or kaby lake (due for release Q3 2016).

    I'm guessing 2 generations. I don't really classify the xx70 series mainstream, probably one model below I reckon.
     
  4. aokman

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    gimme gimme GIMME! hype train is speeding up lol.
     
  5. PureFire

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    and so many people were saying the Titan X is not a gaming card, while smashing every card in existence :D
     
  6. Darko

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    At that price it should also give you a daily blow job
     
  7. havabeer

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    Should have bought them when I had the chance, wonder how long before we see stock again
     
  8. Domokun

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    Am I crazy to be considering the EVGA GTX 1070 FE over the EVGA GTX 1070 SC for an extra $13 AUD? It seems like the achieved overclocks were similar, with the main difference being the noise/temperatures. The FE cooling solution is growing on me...
     
  9. Bertross

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    in what way lol, save your $13 and grab the SC with silence and superior cooling. Both can be water cooled.

    Ya crazy hipster.
     
  10. SCORPTEC

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    That's a monstrous OC... 1923MHz stable from 1500Mhz Boost?

    Someone put this thing under water!
     
  11. Skramit

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    Anyone experienced with precision X OC tool - how to use it properly?

    I've moved the slider to 112% power..... and I can get a good OC from my 1070 but temps are so low i feel like I can go way further... if I have more power.

    Can I now boost the power manually past 112%?
     
  12. Luke212

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    Don't worry man, it'll pop up again :thumbup:
     
  15. mozmo

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    Looking at the GPU load and 60% TDP I wouldn't call it stable, He isn't really pushing the card hard enough for the thermal issues to throttle the card. Anyone who owns a pascal already knows how excessively the card throttles as temp rises on pascal.

    Nvidia should sell this card with a AIO cooler like AMD do, especially for what they're charging.
     
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  16. Bertross

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    Yes definitely. Or at least give the options.

    they should launch it with a this or the one like EVGA hybrid. They might say that the market for content creation however wont want to have that type of cooling solution.

    https://www.pccasegear.com/products/35962/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080-xtreme-gaming-water-cooling-8gb

    http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-6288-KR
     
  17. Unbanable

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    anyone know how much shipping is for a card from newegg?

    thx
     
  18. steffan72

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    can i get some overclocking advice for my Gigabye G1 1070. I am using the gigabyte overclocking utility and have only gone as far as +140 core and +520 memory. All this has been done without adjusting the voltage on the gpu core. I read an overclocking review on one site where they were adjusting the core voltage +100% and that just seemed insane to me. Are you guys upping the voltage here?
     
  19. Malachor

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    Depends on the card. I tried a gtx 1080(forget the brand/model) and it was ~$75, while a 950 was $12.
    Just add the card to the cart, type in your postcode and it'll give you the fee.
     
  20. davros123

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    FFS. How long do I need to delay my urge to buy a 1080 before this F*cking card gets back to a MSRP!
     

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