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which is important feature in GPU Brand base boost memory clock speed of GTX 1660 SUPER OR GTX1080TI

question :-which is most important feature in GPU Brand, base or boost or  memory clock speed of GTX 1660 SUPER OR GTX1080TI?

 

 

I am planning new desktop PC ryzen 7 3700x or 2700x build for content creation video editing rendering graphics 3D designing architecture web designing and video streaming. for that some one advised recommended in  forums GTX 1650 super or GTX 1660 super or GTx 1080ti .

 

when I was searching to purchase some graphics card then found that different brands like gigabyte, Asus, MSI, zotac, inno3D, EVGA, Galax but found that many models of brands  have different BOOSTED  Base clock or boost clock or memory clock speed which one is more important in concern for video editing.

 

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Compare of GPU clock speeds

 

            Baseclk.  Bstclk ramclk

 

GTX  1650 super 4GB DDR6 128bit bndwidth 192mbps cuda 1280 TMU 80 ROPs 32

 

1. Asus rog strix  OC.   1530.  1785.  1500
2.  Asus gaming OC.     1530.   1770.   1500
3 .  EVGA  SC.                   1530.   1785.   1500
4.   Inno3D twin XL.      1550.  1755.   1500
5. Gigabyte OC.              1550.   1740.  1500

 

GTX 1660 super 6GB DDR6 192bit bndwidth 336mbps cuda 1408 TMU 88 ROPs 48

 

6. Zotac plus OC.        1607.  1835.  2027
7. Gigabyte Gaming. 1530. 1860.   1750
8. Zotac AMP.                1530. 1845.  1750
9.  Asus Rog strix.        1530. 1845. 1750
10. Asus TUF gaming 1530. 1830. 1750

 

GTX 1080 8GB DDR5 256bit bndwidth 320mbps cuda 2560 TMU 160 ROPs 64

 

11. Zotac PGF Xtrem 1771. 1911. 1276
12. Zotac AMP xtrem. 1772. 1911. 1350
13. Colorful Kundan.   1784. 1936.  1251
14. Colorful FireADL.  1774. 1911. 1251
15. Gigabyte Arius Ex 1759. 1898. 1276
16. Asus Rog strix.         1759. 1898.  1251

 

GTX 1080ti 11GB DDR5x 352bit banwidth 352mbps cuda 3584 TMU 224 ROPs 88

 

17.  zotac AMP Extrm  1646. 1759. 1400
18.  Zotac PGF Extrm. 1645. 1759.  1376
19. Gigabyte Arous.        1608. 1721. 1404

20.  Colorful Kundan.   1657. 1784. 1376

21.  Asus Rog Poside.    1595. 1773. 1376
22. Asus Rog strix.          1569. 1683. 1376

   

As above comparison I have compared the base clock speed boost clock speed and memory clock speed which has been altered in different model of brands which I think will effect reflect in working of card which will boost in speed performance.

 

Now queries in my mind:-

 

Q1. Does brand Asus MSI gigabyte Zotac  colourful matters while purchasing GPU in warranty services  performance features  component heatsink quality dies quality or any other concern which brand is good and which is not good to purchase

 

Q2. Which Model in which brand is good as while looking to Boost in clock apeed in found generally that as in zotac AMP  or PGF extreme is generally boosted in Asus Rog strix or TUF model and in gigabyte Arius or Gaming extreme and in colourful the Kundan model and in Inno3D  Ichill X3 models are generally boasted in Base or boost clock speed or memory clock speed.

 

Q3. Which clock speed Base Boost clock is good to be increase in any chipset of GPU. As I think base clock speed is minimum speed the GPU will start to work from and  Boost clock is speed is maximum which a GPU can reach on load or can be overclocked to....as I think Base clock speed if increased in any model will give better performance........for example as in Zotac GTX 1880ti AMP extreme model have base clock speed 1646 MHz  and boost clock speed 1759 mhz  and memory clock speed 1659 mhz whereas  in colourful IGame GTX 1080ti Kundan have base clock speed 1657mhz  and boost clock speed in 1784Mhz and memory clock speed is 1376 MHz whereas gigabyte Arius water force extreme GTx 1080ti have base clock speed 1608mhz  boost clock speed 1721 MHz  and  memory clock speed is 1404mhz.

 

 

Q4. What is difference in memory clock speed and memory bandwidth whats clock speed and babdwidth effects in performance as GTx 1650 super memory  clock speed is 1500mhz. And bandwidth is 192mbps. GTx 1660 super memory  clock speed is 1750mhz -2027mhz And bandwidth is 288mbps GTx 1080 super memory  clock speed is 1251mhz-1350mhz. And bandwidth is 320mbps and GTx 1080ti memory  clock speed is 1376mhz- 1404 mhz And bandwidth is 484mbps

 

 

Q5. What will type of VRAM in GPU DDR6 or DDR5 effect on performance of video editing rendering as 4gb 6 GB ddr6 in gtx 1660 super compared to 8gb 11gb ddr5 in GTx 1880ti

 

 

Q6. As therotically base clock speed boost clock speed RAM memory size clock speed  and memory bandwidth all together plays role depends on performance and speed  which can be tested through benchmark or tests. Is there any website link where I can test the GPU related to video editing rendering 3d graphic designing base benchmark performance test. As I have seen but there is tests for gaming fps but not much tests for Video editing rendering applications. If any one can share the link for benchmark test for different brands to see the practical performance test.

 

 

Q7.  Do GPU effects in quality for video editing rendering means there any effect on quality of graphics quality or FPS while exporting converting rendering videos somewhere I readed about dropage of FPS with graphic card but no test or benchmark I found . Which parameterr feature if graphic card shaders TMU ROPs  cuda cores should be most important for quality of output in video rendering export playback quality and speed. Any article benchmark kindly share the link opinions for the same tests benchmark.

 

 

Q8. Any other parameter feature in your opinion should be  concerned and most important to match in different brand models in content creation video editing  rendering graphic 3d designing animations.like l1 l2 l3 cache..or any points.

 

 

Q9. As i am novice in video editing rendering i used to do DTP graphic designing and want to learn and start with video editing skills  for 4k editing as I am learning premier pro after effects 3d max AutoCAD revit  as per your opinion Which GPU is good for starting  learning video editing rendering nvidea or amd gtx 1650 super or gtx 1660 super or gtx 1070 or gtx 1080 or gtx 1080ti or rx590. As gtx 1080ti is ddr5 and have more 8gb or 11gb ram and more cuda cores but less base boost memory clock speed  as. Compared to gtx 1650 super or gtx 1660super...

 

 

I thank you and be grateful in advance for your precious time advice opinion and will be obliged for sharing your knowledge.

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36 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

Q1. Does brand Asus MSI gigabyte Zotac  colourful matters while purchasing GPU in warranty services  performance features  component heatsink quality dies quality or any other concern which brand is good and which is not good to purchase

Only concern is customer service and warranty

 

My personal experience: asus and gigabyte GPU, they're all shit in this regard, so...

 

As for specific GPU MODEL (ie, strix or tuf) tho, there are good and bad coolers and PCB design, you can look at review for those

 

38 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

Q2. Which Model in which brand is good as while looking to Boost in clock apeed in found generally that as in zotac AMP  or PGF extreme is generally boosted in Asus Rog strix or TUF model and in gigabyte Arius or Gaming extreme and in colourful the Kundan model and in Inno3D  Ichill X3 models are generally boasted in Base or boost clock speed or memory clock speed.

 

Q3. Which clock speed Base Boost clock is good to be increase in any chipset of GPU. As I think base clock speed is minimum speed the GPU will start to work from and  Boost clock is speed is maximum which a GPU can reach on load or can be overclocked to....as I think Base clock speed if increased in any model will give better performance........for example as in Zotac GTX 1880ti AMP extreme model have base clock speed 1646 MHz  and boost clock speed 1759 mhz  and memory clock speed 1659 mhz whereas  in colourful IGame GTX 1080ti Kundan have base clock speed 1657mhz  and boost clock speed in 1784Mhz and memory clock speed is 1376 MHz whereas gigabyte Arius water force extreme GTx 1080ti have base clock speed 1608mhz  boost clock speed 1721 MHz  and  memory clock speed is 1404mhz.

The listed speed is meh, in my experience as long as the GPU die is the same (ie, 3060ti) then their characteristics is about the same assuming they're both running around the same temp

They boost as high and performs about the same, it's about <2-5% difference in my experience

 

40 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

Q4. What is difference in memory clock speed and memory bandwidth whats clock speed and babdwidth effects in performance as GTx 1650 super memory  clock speed is 1500mhz. And bandwidth is 192mbps. GTx 1660 super memory  clock speed is 1750mhz -2027mhz And bandwidth is 288mbps GTx 1080 super memory  clock speed is 1251mhz-1350mhz. And bandwidth is 320mbps and GTx 1080ti memory  clock speed is 1376mhz- 1404 mhz And bandwidth is 484mbps

 

 

Q5. What will type of VRAM in GPU DDR6 or DDR5 effect on performance of video editing rendering as 4gb 6 GB ddr6 in gtx 1660 super compared to 8gb 11gb ddr5 in GTx 1880ti

Just look at benchmark for your application, as each application utilises each GPU and characteristics differently, so it's hard to judge performance based on specs

So benchmarks are used since it pretty much sums up all characteristics and spit out a nice to digest number for you to compare between GPUs

 

I suggest u look at Puget system's site if you're looking for productive task benchmarks

 

41 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

Q7.  Do GPU effects in quality for video editing rendering means there any effect on quality of graphics quality or FPS while exporting converting rendering videos somewhere I readed about dropage of FPS with graphic card but no test or benchmark I found . Which parameterr feature if graphic card shaders TMU ROPs  cuda cores should be most important for quality of output in video rendering export playback quality and speed. Any article benchmark kindly share the link opinions for the same tests benchmark.

From what I understand, it affects timeline scrubbing, but not when you export...? Someone have to confirm this

 

 

All your questions can be answered by "look at benchmarks and buy the best performing card that you can afford" since the specs are really just for marketing purposes, they don't really mean much

Other than VRAM amount, that's important if you do need a lot of VRAM.

 

Most of us just look for benchmarks to determine that to buy

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30 minutes ago, Moonzy said:

 

I suggest u look at Puget system's site if you're looking for productive task benchmarks

@Moonzybro thanx a lot for your replies to grateful obliged thankful for your precious  piece of advice opinion recommendations...yes you are re right specifications may be marketing tactics  strategies for companies and therootical as benchmarks state real time tests and real time reviews

 

As u suggested Puget system its great for adobe premiere after effects benchmarks its generally in graphs gives self calculated percentage scores grades not actual benchmarks values (ie not time in seconds or FPS or value of benchmark) after testing and scores percentage or grades comparison just shows  1 or 2 points difference generally evaluated by them within a range of chipsets..I have attached some benchmark graphs below

 

Secondly Puget system in its articles check the set of GPU chipsets (ie. Gtx 1080 with rtx 2080 or gtx 1070 or with titan x) or  with not managing  standards ( ie. In article they test adobe premier version 2017 or some with 2020 or some with 2021) so its hard to compare the result with other cards chipsets as the comparison within chipset varies with versions of testing application changes...but it gives a general idea..and the score li.its within those 3-4 -8 chipsets cards tested....at last the test is not between branded cards like gtx 1080ti Asus gigabyte MSI zotac  colorful...to find which brand give better prformance in specific chipset. I have attached image benchmarks of pungent to show the difference

 

I have searched techpower annandtech tomshardware  review but could not find adobe or rendering there are gaming benchmarks but not much of GPU video rendering one.

Thirdly the puget is limited to adobe softwares Do you know any website or video which can check adobe as well others video editing rendering softwares testes benchmark within different branded cards without the score with real values for 4k 8k 6k video rendering scoring converting testing. kindly share any other website 

52 minutes ago, Moonzy said:

Only concern is customer service and warranty

 

My personal experience: asus and gigabyte GPU, they're all shit in this regard, so...

 

As for specific GPU MODEL (ie, strix or tuf) tho, there are good and bad coolers and PCB design, you can look at review for those

@Moonzy thanx for your precious time and advice opinion..

Gigabyte MSI Asus have good service centers in India as per my motherboard experience but don't know  about gpu.....

 

Secondly as your experience and your comment the PCB designs heatsink coolers o have to readed in some reviews articles...and to readed about lower quality of electricity components like capcitors transistors  didoes ICs mosefats is it related ti specific model or all models if GPU of Asus and gigabyte have same.problem.........so as your comment if gigabyte and Asus don't have good designs.  then which company do zotac Galax colorful EVGA inno3d which have only GPU based companies have good PCB designs....I think that MSI are to good in cooling ie heatsinnks in motherboards to and double layer  PCB.......but in motherboard lanes sharing and bios it has problem......

 

In GPU specifications Asus Rog strix and tuf model and gigabytes and zotac had viistrd clock speeds.....MSI I couldn't find any boosting if clock speed ..as in high end GPU like  GTX 1080ti the clock speed are the only drawback its chipset default click is least 1481/1581/1376 and if its boasted it can outperfom Rtx 2070 ....so I was prefefering boost clck speeds models.

 

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6 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

at last the test is not between branded cards like gtx 1080ti Asus gigabyte MSI zotac  colorful...

The GPU core (1080, 3080, etc etc) dictates the performance, the performance between AIB (asus, msi, etc etc) is within margin of error so you can ignore those

 

7 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

so as your comment if gigabyte and Asus don't have good designs

Not that they have bad design, each company makes good and bad GPU PCB and coolers, you'll have to locate what GPU core you want, then look at reviews for different cards for that GPU core, and buy one that's best in your budget

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XiaoMi Phones: built like a tank but the software is buggy as all hell

Seagate HDD: had too many dead seagate drives

Kingston SSD: 300V controller swap thingy

Razer (except their mouse)

Remember, just because I had good/bad experiences with these companies/product, doesn't mean you will have similar experiences too. I would still recommend these products if they made sense for your needs, but I'll add a disclaimer of my experience if it's relevant. Feel free to DM me asking why they are where they are.

 

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2 hours ago, Moonzy said:

Only concern is customer service and warranty

 

My personal experience: asus and gigabyte GPU, they're all shit in this regard, so...

 

As for specific GPU MODEL (ie, strix or tuf) tho, there are good and bad coolers and PCB design, you can look at review for those

 

28 minutes ago, Moonzy said:

Not that they have bad design, each company makes good and bad GPU PCB and coolers, you'll have to locate what GPU core you want, then look at reviews for different cards for that GPU core, and buy one that's best in your budget

@Moonzy bro thanx again for fast reply comments and advice opinions......yes I had selected interested in gtx 1080ti as it matches and outperforms gtx 2070 but concern was that it had ddr5x and secondly its clock speed was 1481/1531/1376  and have 11gb ddr5x and more cuda cores shaders TMU RM so my question was as company Asus gigabyte MSI zotac have boosted the speed then will it perform in the range or not means the boosted speed advertised is marketing glitch or real and does ddr6 ddr5 and clock speed matters and which gtx 1080ti model company should I go for by s I will surely see the reviews if models...kindly suggest from below models which I should go for

 

2 hours ago, Hardquery said:

 

GTX 1080ti 11GB DDR5x 352bit banwidth 352mbps cuda 3584 TMU 224 ROPs 88

 

17.  zotac AMP Extrm  1646. 1759. 1400
18.  Zotac PGF Extrm. 1645. 1759.  1376
19. Gigabyte Arous.        1608. 1721. 1404

20.  Colorful Kundan.   1657. 1784. 1376

21.  Asus Rog Poside.    1595. 1773. 1376
22. Asus Rog strix.          1569. 1683. 137

 

Secondly some one suggested me in other forum  that go for rtx 3060 its better and costs same as $400. As gtx new  1080ti in India  costing gtx 1080ti I m trying find old used refurbished gtx 1080ti  model as new in India with taxes costs $104o to $1500 and old 6 months  1 year old is costing $350- $600 range so what's your option for this 

 

Thirdly as u commented that Asus gigabyte have lower PCB college design so in other forum someone shared me.the tier link of the models to slect VRM PCB of GPU ...kindly see if this tier recommendations  list I should go for

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

boosted speed advertised is marketing glitch or real

I own many GPU, as mentioned, and regardless of what it says on the box, they tend to boost to the same frequency under the same condition, so the advertised speed is eeeh... Kind of pointless for me

 

4 minutes ago, Hardquery said:

Thirdly as u commented that Asus gigabyte have lower PCB college design so in other forum someone shared me.the tier link of the models to slect VRM PCB of GPU ...kindly see if this tier recommendations  list

You can pick the best tier you can get that's within your budget, higher tier is better of course, but from my experience tier B or even C is good

My PC: Desky | Beddie | Miney 01 | Money 01 | Benchie

Things I need help with: (nothing at the moment)

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none atm

I hate Intel's pricing, Ryzen's weird quirks, Nvidia's pricing, and Radeon GPUs in general

Spoiler

Products I like:

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Sony Xperia Z1 / Z2 / 10 ii, Asus Strix 970 / 1070, Samsung SSD, WD HDD, Corsair PSUs (AX, RM, CX(grey)), GeForce GPU, NZXT N450/S340, be quiet! Coolers, G.Skill Trident RAM, Logitech M525, Logitech G440, Razer Deathadder Elite

Products I hate:

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Xperia Z3, XiaoMi 5c, Radeon GPUs, Razer Audio Products, any bloatwares

Companies I absolutely adore: (and hope it stays that way)

Spoiler

be quiet! - sent me AM4 mounting for my DRP3 even though it's way past the timeframe stated, no questions asked

Corsair - very good RMA experience, absolutely recommend

Companies I hate:

Spoiler

Nvidia, Intel, Apple, TMT (Thundermatch, a retailer)

Personal Blacklisted Companies:

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Acer: shit tier quality products, shit tier customer service thus far, they "tried" to solve my issue but they arent really doing anything but delaying and delaying. (on-going case since July)

Gigabyte: horrible customer service (gigabyte had literally 0 customer service, asked me to go to retailer with NO WAY to email them about a question) but at least they fixed my shit in ONE MONTH (would probably take me 1 hour to fix if they let me email them)

XiaoMi Phones: built like a tank but the software is buggy as all hell

Seagate HDD: had too many dead seagate drives

Kingston SSD: 300V controller swap thingy

Razer (except their mouse)

Remember, just because I had good/bad experiences with these companies/product, doesn't mean you will have similar experiences too. I would still recommend these products if they made sense for your needs, but I'll add a disclaimer of my experience if it's relevant. Feel free to DM me asking why they are where they are.

 

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