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GTX 1070 or 1070 TI for 1440p 60hz/144hz

1070ti/1080 for 1440p 144hz

1070 for 1440p 60hz

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I actually have the same problem, but its kind of obvious isnt it. The 1070ti is better. The TI is in between of the 1070 and 1080. The prices arent far from eachother though. 

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Isn't the price difference between a 1070Ti and a 1080 somewhere around $30, give or take?

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4 minutes ago, Lurick said:

Isn't the price difference between a 1070Ti and a 1080 somewhere around $30, give or take?

wait wut

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2 minutes ago, IziBartek said:

wait wut

The absolute cheapest 1070Ti is $450 and for a decent one you're looking at $470.

For a 1080, you can get a good one for about $510. So you're talking about a $40 price difference.

 

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5 minutes ago, Lurick said:

Isn't the price difference between a 1070Ti and a 1080 somewhere around $30, give or take?

Yep, a 1080 costs $30-50 more than a 1070 Ti and, IMO, the 1080 is a better option.

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I personally would shell out a few extra dollars for a 1080

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3 minutes ago, IziBartek said:

It is possible to OC the 1070ti?

Yes, gamernexus has confirmed greater than gtx 1080 stock speeds after overclock

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Just now, kidanime3d said:

Yes, gamernexus has confirmed greater than gtx 1080 stock speeds after overclock

I personally was going to go for a ROG Strix 1070 but i think im gonna invest an extra buck into the TI version then.

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8 minutes ago, IziBartek said:

I personally was going to go for a ROG Strix 1070 but i think im gonna invest an extra buck into the TI version then.

I would go for the 1080. You can overclock it as well so you're still ahead of the 1070Ti in performance.

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2 minutes ago, Lurick said:

I would go for the 1080. You can overclock it as well so you're still ahead of the 1070Ti in performance.

Which do you think is better? 

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Here in canada the price difference between the 1070ti and 1080 is $127.  I'm still deciding what to do.

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9 minutes ago, IziBartek said:

My personally opinion think is that the Strix is overrated as it is always £40-60 above the EVGA, and EVGA have better warranty and faster RMA turnaround.

 

Right now 1070 is £380, 1070ti is £440, and 1080 is £465.  1080 is 6% higher than the 1070ti, which is 12% higher than the 1070.  1070ti has lower performance per dollar than the other 2.

 

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I have 1440 ultrawide (3440x1440) and I use R9 Fury (no X). It works for games I play - the most demanding would be Witcher 3. That's around GTX 1060 level. More demanding games would rather require more GPU power.

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26 minutes ago, riklaunim said:

I have 1440 ultrawide (3440x1440) and I use R9 Fury (no X). It works for games I play - the most demanding would be Witcher 3. That's around GTX 1060 level. More demanding games would rather require more GPU power.

The Witcher 3 is demanding, you are most likely not getting 60 fps

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To hit a clean 60 fps Lock in Witcher 3 with a GTX 1060 in only 1080p, you have to turn Hairworks OFF; and 1 single setting down to the 2nd highest (Object distance~), otherwise you get drops to the low 50s~.

 

In 2560x1440 Maxed out (Hairworks OFF), my GTX 1080 manages around 75-85 fps, depending on scene, and OC (letting my run at low UV 0.8V with 1823 Mhz in most cases. A few fps more or less don't matter if you have G-Sync.

 

 

For 1440p Gaming, anything from 1070 upwards is okay.

For 60 Hz, 1070 is fine, if you're willing to turn a few single settings down from Ultra to High (some games aren't that well optimized).

For 144 Hz, even a 1080 ti will not be too much, because up to 144 fps, every gain is something that benefits you.

 

Now it depends on you, what settings you "need", and how much fps you want. And how much you spend.

 

 

However, please calculate!

 

GTX 1080 is around 25% faster than a GTX 1070.

Custom 1070 ti are out of the box still 5% slower than a 1080 FE (which throttles), thus around 10% slower than a Custom 1080 (that can keep the Boost consistent)

 

 Example from here in Germany:

A Decent Custom 1070 costs 429€.

A Decent Custom 1080 costs 498€.

 

1080 costs 16% more, but delivers 25% more performance. You get a better Performance per single € (or Dollar).

In THIS Example, no matter what, it makes more sense, to actually pay those 70 bucks more.

 

Another example: First decent Custom 1070 ti cost 469€. (Gigabyte Gaming. Others like MSI Gaming, Asus Strix etc, are actually above 510€, making them more expensive than cheaper 1080s)

That would be + 9% Price, but around +15% performance.

Going from a 1070 ti to a 1080 would be + 6% Price, for around 6-9% more performance (depending on boost clocks etc).

 

 

So yea. GTX 1080 would make the most sense here. The pure performance per € spend is at least at the same Level, or slightly better.

Plus: Faster GDDR5x Memory gives it a higher Memory Bandwidth, which does make a difference too.

Since both, GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 are quite Memory limited in modern titles. Not in Size, but in Bandwidth (overclock the Memory. If +10% Memory clocks give you almost +10% fps, it's a hard Memory bandwidth bottleneck).

Because OCing the Memory gives +fps in most titles.

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1 hour ago, Equlizer said:

Here in canada the price difference between the 1070ti and 1080 is $127.  I'm still deciding what to do.

What res are you gaming at?

Space is pretty awesome.

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5 hours ago, kidanime3d said:

The Witcher 3 is demanding, you are most likely not getting 60 fps

That is very likely, but still it's smooth. With the AMD virtual resolution R9 Fury was struggling to keep 30 FPS at 4k. Display is freesync up to 75Hz so lighter games can show bit more frames per second than usual.

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1080p 144hz.  I picked up the MSI Titanium 1070Ti last night and in alot of games im getting close to the 144fps in high to ultra settings now not overclocked (yet) and temps max out around 68c with default fan curve.

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