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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

    25.3%
  4. GeForce GTX 1060

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

    37.0%
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  1. aokman

    aokman Member

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    I hear he responds well to sexual favours....







    Im so banned hahaha :lol:
     
  2. dANiel_

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    Any deals on the asus rog 1080ti from amazon or overseas

    :( I want to SLI but I dont want to buy it from here for 1.4k again
     
  3. walker_2003

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    for benching I hope? not worth it for the 4 games that support SLI properly..
     
  4. cbwolf

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    Gaming Volta card's won't be released this year. You're looking at Q2 2018 (ish) for the GTX1080's Volta replacement. So you'd likely get a year out of your Titan xP-XXL-PxX.

    If we do see anything Volta this year, it'll be in the mobile space for notebooks, and the compute/deep learning space.
     
  5. aokman

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    Seriously why do AMD even bother?
     
  6. mesaoz

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    Are you confusing Volta with Vega, or are you just throwing out random statements?
     
  7. cbwolf

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    Also, just FYI for everyone here - i ran some overclocking experiments tonight out of curiosity with the following results.

    These tests were done at 4k in Battlefield 1, Assassin's Creed Syndicate, Mass Effect Andromeda and Overwatch on my GTX1080Ti Sea Hawk. Max temperatures were around 50 - 53c.

    Code:
    [U][B]Stock speeds:[/B][/U]
    
    Core: 1960Mhz
    Memory: 5500Mhz
    [U][B]
    Overclock 1:[/B][/U]
    
    Core: 2025Mhz
    Memory: 5800Mhz
    
    Average FPS vs Stock: +2.2
    
    [U][B]Overclock 2:[/B][/U]
    
    Core: 2063Mhz
    Memory: 6000Mhz
    
    Average FPS vs Stock: +2.1
    [U][B]
    Overclock 3:[/B][/U]
    
    Core: 2063Mhz
    Memory: 5500Mhz (stock)
    
    Average FPS vs Stock: +1.2
    
    [B][U]Overclock 4:[/U][/B]
    
    Core: 1960Mhz (stock)
    Memory: 6000Mhz
    
    Average FPS vs Stock: +0.5
    So, my observations:

    1. There seems to be little real world gaming benefit to overclocking my 1080Ti over what Boost 3.0 does automatically. The maximum difference of +2.2 fps amounted to between 3 - 7% increase in performance depending on the game. But it's still 2 fps.
    2. There was no benefit from going from 2025 to 2063 on the core, and 5800 to 6000 on the memory.
    3. There's very little benefit in overclocking the memory speeds - even a substantial 500Mhz (or 1000Mhz through DDR) makes bees dick difference.

    Tempted to just leave the card at stock in Afterburner, keeping it cool and letting Boost 3.0 do the work.
     
  8. smileyface224

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    lol Yeah cool as but are you sure about this or its your opinion? Knowing would make my choice a lot easier :D
     
  9. ChinoPD

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    It's a fair guess, I forgot that the lower end cards do tend to release early and saving the milking for last for the top end cards. That was the case anyway

    Just checked the timeline:

    Early milking with mid-top end, low end, then more milking at the end of the cycle:

    Model Launch Code name
    GeForce GTX 1080 May 27, 2016 GP104-400-A1
    GeForce GTX 1070 June 10, 2016 GP104-200-A1
    GeForce GTX 1060 6GB July 19, 2016 GP106-400-A1
    NVIDIA TITAN X August 2, 2016 GP102-400-A1
    GeForce GTX 1060 3GB August 18, 2016 GP106-300-A1
    GeForce GTX 1050 October 25, 2016 GP107-300-A1
    GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GP107-400-A1
    GeForce GTX 1080 Ti March 10, 2017 GP102-350-K1-A1
    NVIDIA TITAN Xp April 6, 2017 GP102-450-A1
    GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 9Gbps April 20, 2017 GP106-410-A1
    GeForce GTX 1080 11Gbps April 20, 2017 GP104-410-A1
     
  10. pH@tTm@N

    pH@tTm@N Member

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    Also takes a few iterations to get the yield up. Not just milking.
     
  11. power

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    also no one is forcing ppl to buy every iteration either, wait for the one you want and then spend the cash.
     
  12. ChinoPD

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    I'm just a tad salty because of Xp, chill out fellas :lol: I say it in jest :thumbup:
     
  13. aussie-revhead

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    Wow is 1080 a year old already? And what is that last one? When did that sneak through?

    :wired:
     
  14. power

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    could be worse, buy an AMD 480 wait for fucking forever and the new card is just a juiced up reflash - the 580...
     
  15. ChinoPD

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    Yeap, must be painful for fanboys.
     
  16. aussie-revhead

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    At least you only lose a couple of hundred bucks when you sell the 480 .... much more money tied up in a Titan X.

    As I was saying to white_ice, I feel like the TXp is just a benchmarking monster, great to have a mess around with then move it on. It might suit a 4k gamer chasing every last fps to make single gpu viable but otherwise most people will love a Ti.

    :thumbup:
     
  17. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Maybe time to let it go :D
     
  18. ChinoPD

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    Yeap I was wondering just that when I checked the timeline. And saw this LOL

    NVIDIA Unleashes Updated GeForce GTX 1080 11 Gbps and GeForce GTX 1060 9 Gbps Graphics Cards

    I never held on. As I said in my previous post, I love my card and can't believe that I've had and enjoyed this card for 8months+ already. :D:thumbup:
     
  19. power

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    I found my last card (980) to be incredible value, and if I didn't game at 4K I'd still be using it, it's a fantastic 1080/1440P 60 card to this day and it's 2 years old.
     
  20. Aetherone

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    We (I?) really want a baby 1030 series card.
    Half height, passive cooling, about 0.3w flat out and full 4K H.265 10bit hardware acceleration. HTPC card :thumbup:
     

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