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Titan Xp

Titan X (P)

GTX 1080 Ti

 

Next:

GTX 1080

Vega 64

GTX 1070 Ti

Vega 56

GTX Titan X

GTX 980 Ti

GTX 1070

 

Next:

Fury X

Fury

GTX 980

R9 Nano

GTX 1060 6GB

R9 390X

RX 480 / 580

GTX 1060 3GB

R9 290X

R9 390

GTX 970

RX 470 / 570

R9 290

Titan Black

GTX 780 Ti

Titan

 

Next:

GTX 780

R9 380X

HD 7970 GHz / R9 280X

R9 380

GTX 680 / 770

R9 280

GTX 1050 Ti

GTX 670

 

Next:

HD 7950

GTX 960

GTX 1050

RX 560

RX 460

+ GTX 950, 760, 660 Ti, R9 270X, 270, 370, 7870, 7850

 

Next:

GTX 650, 750, GT 1030, R7 260, HD 7770, RX 550

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Is this an opinion? 

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Or you could just look at this link(yes i know userbenchmark is not 100% accurate) and get actual number results to back up the positioning.

 

http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Comparison

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Just don't see how a Titan, titan black are in the same category as a 980. Not even close, ever, unless  firestrike scores from the top over clockers are being counted. Assuming this is a performance tier. 

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How is this necessary when we already have userbenchmark and passmark? It's exactly as useful a PSU tier list that would say "Tier 1: 1000w and beyond; Tier 2: 750w to 1000w" and so on. This tier list could have been useful if it had taken into account the different binning and cooling solutions of cards that use the same GPU. This is useless.

 

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1 hour ago, Mick Naughty said:

Just don't see how a Titan, titan black are in the same category as a 980. Not even close, ever, unless  firestrike scores from the top over clockers are being counted. Assuming this is a performance tier. 

The tiers are pretty wide, because there's really not thaaaat much difference between two things that are within like 30% of each other. You wouldn't upgrade from an OG Titan to a 980. It would be a pretty underwhelming increase

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1 hour ago, InertiaSelling said:

How is this necessary when we already have userbenchmark and passmark? It's exactly as useful a PSU tier list that would say "Tier 1: 1000w and beyond; Tier 2: 750w to 1000w" and so on. This tier list could have been useful if it had taken into account the different binning and cooling solutions of cards that use the same GPU. This is useless.

 

At its core, the list is basically what I remember from reviews and userbenchmark with some added context. Thought it would make for some conversation. People like classifying things that are interesting to them

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13 minutes ago, Vroooom said:

The tiers are pretty wide, because there's really not thaaaat much difference between two things that are within like 30% of each other. You wouldn't upgrade from an OG Titan to a 980. It would be a pretty underwhelming increase

Having owned 2 Titans, a black and 2 980 sc's at the same time, I know the differences quite well. But if the tier goes by 30% then the regular 780 should be in it along with a lot of other cards. 

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"tiers" for GPU's... that's just dumb. I get it for PSU's... but GPU?

 

You buy the best fps output for what you can afford. Simple.

 

GPU's are dead simple... price/performance. (The rest is personal preference IMHO)

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