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Gtx 980ti or gtx 1070

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£305 for 1070

£270 for 980ti

 

my psu is enough for both these cards as is my cpu,. 

Thanks :) 

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What model?

 

if both are the same, say EVGA 2 fan gaming, the 1070, however if it is say 980 ti EVGA FTW vs 1070 regular 2 fan, go with the 980 ti.

The 980 ti OC beats the 1070 OC as maxwell is a better overclocker than pascal.

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depends on the model

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3 minutes ago, Firewrath9 said:

What model?

 

if both are the same, say EVGA 2 fan gaming, the 1070, however if it is say 980 ti EVGA FTW vs 1070 regular 2 fan, go with the 980 ti.

The 980 ti OC beats the 1070 OC as maxwell is a better overclocker than pascal.

It beats it just in the rare scenario where you have the best silicon lottery.

 

In most cases the 1070 wins. 

 

Unless you are a big fan of overclocking and good at it, pick the 1070 for sure. Also expect drivers/games to be more optimised for 1070 on every new release.

 

I think it's an eazy pick for the 1070 if they are for the same price. Also keep in mind the 980ti is most likely 2years old used more than the 1070

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Just now, gbergeron said:

It beats it just in the rare scenario where you have the best silicon lottery.

 

In most cases the 1070 wins. 

 

Unless you are a big fan of overclocking and good at it, pick the 1070 for sure.

maxwell is always a better overclocker. maxwell stock without any special bioses, can get 20-30% performance increases, while pascal is more normal for 15%.

like I said, if they are both the same model, 1070. however, if the 980 ti is a overclocking model (FTW), then its better. worse power efficency but if both the 1070 is overclocked and the 980 ti (better model) is overclocked, the 980 ti would win.

However, the 980 ti draws 100W more power. I am not concerned about power efficency, OP may be and it's his choice.

This is all my opinion and is can be wrong or right depending on how you look at it, and we can agree to disagree. Let OP make his decision.

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6 minutes ago, Firewrath9 said:

maxwell is always a better overclocker. maxwell stock without any special bioses, can get 20-30% performance increases,

Not really TBH, it depends on the exact card and silicon lottery.

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3 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

Not really TBH, it depends on the exact card and silicon lottery.

So does Pascal, which is kind of a given.

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5 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

Not really TBH, it depends on the exact card and silicon lottery.

in general, if you ignore outliers.

as i do not want to argue, this will be my last post on this topic.

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18 minutes ago, Firewrath9 said:

in general, if you ignore outliers.

as i do not want to argue, this will be my last post on this topic.

Lol...

 

980 ti overclocks better than 1070, but you can get a 980 ti that won't overclock well, thats the point.

 

Not a 100% sure thing youre 980 ti will beat a 1070, far from there...

 

I would pick the 1070 any time because it's newer, has been used for 2-3 years instead of 5-6 years for the 980 ti

 

So less used, better performance stock, most likely better performance OC'd unless you are lucky with the 980 ti silicon and a good overclocker, and not only to say that, even if you get a 980 ti that overclocks better, the performance gain will be very small, very small, and you will have a gpu that has been used for 4-5 years instead of 2-3 years,

 

That is to be taken in consideration, also the 980 ti has 6 GB vram and the 1070 has 8 GB Vram

 

 

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My 980 Classified (non TI) is... marginally better than my 1060. Like... 2-3 FPS better. 

 

Based on that, I'd say 1070. Plus it's newer etc. etc. 

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