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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

    26.9%
  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. gokurulz10000

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  3. Ash_

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    @ Ratzz
    I would be interested at what temp your 1080 waterforce starts to down clock mine (rev 1) starts to at 50 deg C amusing yours is a rev 2. Just wondering if the bios is different in the later model
    Thanks
     
  4. cyborg

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    when is the 1060ti coming out
     
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    Probably come out to compete with Vega.
     
  6. cbwolf

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    lol.

    I can hear the whimpering of the AMD fanboys :D
     
  7. c4dderly

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    NVidia only need a t-shirt to match what AMD has released so far ;)
     
  8. aokman

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    and drum kits, don't forgot drum kits

    If only AMD spent as much money on building actual products as they did on hype trains and shitty commercials.
     
  9. Luke212

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    How did they get 11gb on the Ti? What happens when you fill all 11? Will it be a 970 saga all over again?
     
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    They physically removed one ddr5 chip. Its all the same speed ram. No 970 rubbish.
     
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    somebody sell me a 1070 cheap ;_;
     
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    I've not seen my GPU reach 50° mate (usually very low 40's in Firestrike runs), so I have no idea. Volts are my limiting factor, not temps. Running Firestrike, using Precision X OSD, I see about 1170/5050 displayed, but that's not been throttled by temps, its about as high as it will go with the available volts. It never clocks down, just gets as high as it will go and stays there...
     
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    Same thing as any other card, textures and stuff need to be streamed from system ram, my 980ti was maxxed when playing tomb raider in some areas so when i did a quick 180, fps would nosedive for a quarter second then jump back up
     
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    What does 1170 in precision x mean? You know its not the actual gpu clock right? So what is it?

    :)
     
  15. cbwolf

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    No - no issues like the 970 had.

    The Titan X has 12x 1GB memory chips on it. If you have a look at the 1080ti PCB, they've just removed one of the memory chips to leave 11.

    There's none of the 2 types of memory allocation and access system the 970 had which caused issues for people.
     
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    sorry that's 2170.. typo. Its the number displayed on the screen during firestrike runs by precision X.
     
  17. aussie-revhead

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    Nah thats ok mate, I have seen others quote numbers like these, thats why I asked. 2170 is very strong !!!

    :thumbup:
     
  18. Ash_

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    Thanks for the reply,very good boost there, i set mine at 2138 to run at 2114 in intensive games eg. BF1 will run at 2126 in WoT when less then 50 deg and will crash driver in time spy at that.
    Yours is rev. 2 card ? its on the box it came in
     
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    Thanks :D My physics have been letting me down, and so has my board IMO. I'm kinda happy I killed it :lol: . I have a new, much nicer 7700K in my test rig at the moment, and my new ROG Strix ITX is waiting at CPL for collection tomorrow morning, so I'm hoping for some big scores this week :thumbup:

    No mate, mine is rev.1 also.
     
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  20. Supersize

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    Quick question, more of a "what would you do"

    I'm looking to build a second system in July and I'm not sure whether to keep using the GTX1080 for another 12 months or until the next gen drops or to get a GTX1080ti now.

    I am only gaming at 1080p@144hz and won't be upgrading my monitor at the same time.

    At this time I'm set to build a Ryzen 1800x or 1700x system, the wife will be getting the 7700k as her Hero VII board is dying, she doesn't need a high end GPU either.
     

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