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1080Ti OFFICIAL LAUNCH - 35% FASTER!

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Nvidia steps it up a notch by delivering 35% more speed over their GTX 1080.

 

 

 

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HYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!! 

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Just now, deXxterlab97 said:

HYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!! 

I don't care, I want it.

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Just now, Daniel644 said:

I don't care, I want it.

You're not first

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I'll wait for actual benchmarks before I start throwing this 35% number around.

 

 

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When I read '35% faster' I imagined that that was when compared to the Titan XP. The reality is disappointing as always.

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1 minute ago, Granular said:

When I read '35% faster' I imagined that that was when compared to the Titan XP. The reality is disappointing as always.

They're based off the same GPU, so that's not possible unless the 1080Ti had a 35% faster clockspeed.

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3 minutes ago, DarkBlade2117 said:

I'll wait for actual benchmarks before I start throwing this 35% number around.

Someone made a run on userbenchmark. Got a 35% score higher

 

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You're not first

yeah, but it went live on youtube right away and I got the video earlier today (but it looks like they freaking re-uploaded that one), freaking ever since they started posting links on Twitter or wherever they are doing it now it's gotten to be a pain in the ass to get first comment.

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11 minutes ago, RadiatingLight said:

that's not possible unless the 1080Ti had a 35% faster clockspeed.

Is that so unfathomable?

Pascal was a jump in manufacturing process, so that 16nm node could see substantial improvements with time as we saw with Intel's '14nm +' and its increased overclockability.

Although I suppose calling it disappointing was maybe an overstatement as it's apparently at least not slower than the Titan XP.

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beetch. 11gb is very odd :( and faster than Titan X. y u do dis Nvidia.

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52 minutes ago, Granular said:

When I read '35% faster' I imagined that that was when compared to the Titan XP. The reality is disappointing as always.

It isn't disappointing....

 

GTX 1080 <  Titan XP (20% Faster) < GTX 1080 Ti (10% - 15% Faster).

 

Besides the GTX 1080 Ti is priced at nearly half of the Titan XP. :)

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2 hours ago, DarkBlade2117 said:

I'll wait for actual benchmarks before I start throwing this 35% number around.

if we wait for benchmarks we really gotta wait till the new DX12 Gameworks gets integrated and patched into the games, then we can finally see some gains from DX12 on Nvidia hardware and see how that compares to Vulkan based Games on AMD hardware versus the older API's

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Good lord. Scared of AMD, or was this always the planned release?

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So that means I no longer have the best card around? =/

Meh so much for this whole Titan deal, if the xx80ti is going to always be better from now on.

 

2 hours ago, maybethisnamewillwork said:

Finally, they have abandoned the DVI...

Why? I still use the DVI-D in my Titan XP to connect to the monitor and the HDMI to connect to the TV, I never used Display Port in my life.

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Just now, Princess Cadence said:

Why? I still use the DVI-D in my Titan XP to connect to the monitor and the HDMI to connect to the TV, I never used Display Port in my life.

In that case you use the included adapter, or buy one for 8$.
 

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8 minutes ago, maybethisnamewillwork said:

In that case you use the included adapter, or buy one for 8$.
 

Yeah I'll pay a thousand dollars in a card to have to use some ugly adapter when taking the port out made no difference what so ever but simply not have it there any more.

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1 hour ago, Princess Cadence said:

So that means I no longer have the best card around? =/

Meh so much for this whole Titan deal, if the xx80ti is going to always be better from now on.

 

Why? I still use the DVI-D in my Titan XP to connect to the monitor and the HDMI to connect to the TV, I never used Display Port in my life.

Titans are a joke p/p anyways

 

 

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