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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

    3.3%
  2. GeForce GTX 1080

    27.0%
  3. GeForce GTX 1070

    25.4%
  4. GeForce GTX 1060

    10.8%
  5. None I Just Like Voting...

    36.9%
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  1. mashera

    mashera Member

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    What trouble's have you read about?

    Just installed W10 yesterday but no problems here yet, my firestrike score went from 24K to 26.6K, and graphics went from 38K to 44K.
     
  2. efoo

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    That's disappointing. What cards are you SLI?
     
  3. aokman

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    You will have the quickest no matter what it's just of question of value for money
     
  4. Luke212

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    why more sense? aesthetics?
     
  5. walker_2003

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    I think its a lame move to make the 1080ti so close if not quicker then titanXP..

    thanks for the $1800 a few months ago, here is a $1000 card that's quicker u sucker..

    It needs to sit right in the middle of a 1080 and TitanXP

    I do welcome price drops though, might grab a second 1070 once I can get one for $400 new (from usa) probly another 6 months.
     
  6. raincloudx

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    Isn't that what they've done the past few times?

    Titan, Titan X etc...
     
  7. aokman

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    Not intentionally, the GPU yields were just out of whack and the Ti overclocked much better. Not really the case this time around.
     
  8. Ryansta

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    Aren't the Titan's only sold by Nvidia?

    The Ti's get all the love from the vendors that slap on better cooling and design their own boards, also more widely available than the titans. There is a bigger market for Ti's, especially if its the fastest card out.
     
  9. mashera

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    SLI 1080's on both scores, difference was W7 and W10.
     
  10. walker_2003

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    yup 780ti beat Titan black, 980ti beat titan X, and 1080ti will beat TitanXP

    Not too late to change the trend, but as others said its partly because the ti's get more love from gigabyte/asus/evga etc as more demand.

    I suppose people who can afford a Titan XP probably less likely to care that a ti will be as quick for half the price a few months later.

    If a card came out a few months after I got my 1070 for nearly half the cost at similar performance i'd be dirty!
     
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  11. aokman

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    Base model 980ti wasn't faster than the TITAN
     
  12. SKITZ0_000

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    I don't think it will. In previous generations AIB's have provided better power delivery, which with custom bioses gave let them push their clock speeds further than Titans, and far enough to outweigh the extra cuda's it has.

    There are so many brakes on Pascal, bios limitations, hard voltage limitations, outside of maybe a slight margin at the absolute limits due to more phases and cleaner power (that and better and stock cooling) there is really no difference between FE and AIB.

    On top of this all cards (1060/70/80/Titan) seem to be topping out about the same speed at ~ 2100mhz in ideal conditions.

    Outside of a better out-of-box cooler I don't think you could achieve the same gains on a 1080 Ti as previous generations. And with both cards on water at the same temperature, I would be willing to bet money that the Titan would come out on top in almost if not every situation.
     
  13. walker_2003

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    reference 980ti maybe not, but it wasn't far off and slight OC and it was very level playing field.

    Hopefully that's the case because Titan should be king.
     
  14. aokman

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    I think it will, Pascal scales well with increased core count and still clocking similar.
     
  15. DEMONDOCTOR

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    This year so far I've run SLI on Win 10 with:
    2x 980Ti
    2x 1080
    2x Titan XP...

    I've had good results. Many games have great scaling.

    I didn't spend too long trying for 3DMark single Titan scores but the best I can find was:
    Firestrike Extreme: 13915, Graphics 15570

    My best SLI scores are:
    Firestrike Extreme: 21402, Graphics 30322
    Firestrike: 28016, Graphics 53549
    Firestrike Ultra: 13585, Graphics 15017
    TimeSpy: 13607, Graphics 18347

    SLI most definitely works with Win 10 and it works quite well in my experience.
    Now microsoft games on the other hand! :mad: Not so much...
    No SLI in Forza Horizon 3...

    What issues were you refering to Aussie?



    Oh and everyone's welcome to come join us in the [OCAU] Club in FH3 :D:thumbup:
     
  16. cbwolf

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    The 980 Ti stock performed 2 - 4% slower than the Titan X stock - for 35% less money. Overclocked, the 980 Ti performed on par or slightly faster with an overclocked Titan X. Can't beat that for value and it really removed any reason to buy a Titan X.

    I would expect the same thing to happen with Pascal. Power and clocks don't seem to make much difference to Pascal, so the only real difference between the 1080 Ti and the Titan XP will be the slight reduction in processor units, cuda cores etc - at least according to the rumours. I think this will put it in the same position with the 1080 Ti giving you 95% of a Titan XP for 2 thirds the price.

    Personally, this time i'm waiting the Ti to be released and not buying into the Titan range like i did last year :thumbup:
     
  17. raincloudx

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    1080 FTW Hybrid showed up today :thumbup:

    Hopefully it clocks better than my current one at least :wired:
     
  18. efoo

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    Ah I see, you meant going from W7 (24K score) to W10 (26.6K score). I thought you meant from single GTX 1080 to SLI GTX 1080 :p
     
  19. rexest

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    The 1070 was a massive jump from my 770 sli setup, Forza ultra max settings with msaa off at 1440p solid locked at a solid 60 fps, Was running it locked @ 30 on medium at 1080p before (since the game dosen't support sli)

    I knew my cpu would be abit of bottleneck though seeing 80% max gpu usage was planning to wait for kaby lake but now i dunno if i can wait lol, If i push my 930 from 4.0 to 4.2 will that make much of a diff?
     
  20. SiriusDragon

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    Although I can't afford to at the moment I'd love to see what Pascal does on chilled water. I have a feeling that below ambient cooling can help quite a bit.

    Ah well, hopefully at the end of next year or sometime when they're cheaper I can give it a try :lol:
     

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