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tinytomlogan 09-03-17 12:57 PM

Nvidia GTX1080 Ti Founders Edition Review
 
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After weeks of speculation and rumour the GTX 1080 Ti is upon us. Have nVidia really managed to squeeze even more performance from the already amazing Pascal architecture?


Nvidia GTX1080 Ti Founders Edition Review

Chopper3 09-03-17 01:04 PM

Great review TTL, thank you.

Shingara 09-03-17 01:45 PM

Great review as normal, but something im wondering about the benchmarks that you did, wasnt the vega shown doing over 60 fps in 4k, could this be why nvidia have basically destroyed there titan with the ti ?

AlienALX 09-03-17 01:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shingara (Post 939567)
Great review as normal, but something im wondering about the benchmarks that you did, wasnt the vega shown doing over 60 fps in 4k, could this be why nvidia have basically destroyed there titan with the ti ?

It's still not enough for 4k according to all of the reviews I have seen/read. Mostly thanks to the awful games we've been getting for the past year or so. Shame really.

Thanks for the review Tom, and of course the video ! :)

AngryGoldfish 09-03-17 02:16 PM

GG Nvidia. All the best to AMD now.

Thanks a lot, TTL. I'll have a proper look through this and the other reviews.

tinytomlogan 09-03-17 02:22 PM

With Vega 4K you dont know what the other settings were. We max our games out. You cant compare one results to another without identical rigs and game settings.

Shingara 09-03-17 02:37 PM

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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan (Post 939574)
With Vega 4K you dont know what the other settings were. We max our games out. You cant compare one results to another without identical rigs and game settings.


Ow i wasnt saying vega is gonna trounce the ti or the titan, i was simply wondering what your thoughts were on nvidias outing with this ti, in the past even though generally the ti made the titan not worth it for games, this ti sorta makes the titan not worth it at all.

And when it comes to vega, we know next to didly squat about it, but what they showed us was strong.

tinytomlogan 09-03-17 02:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shingara (Post 939577)
Ow i wasnt saying vega is gonna trounce the ti or the titan, i was simply wondering what your thoughts were on nvidias outing with this ti, in the past even though generally the ti made the titan not worth it for games, this ti sorta makes the titan not worth it at all.

And when it comes to vega, we know next to didly squat about it, but what they showed us was strong.


It was the same with all of the other Titan/Ti's

Bartacus 09-03-17 02:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tinytomlogan (Post 939574)
With Vega 4K you dont know what the other settings were. We max our games out. You cant compare one results to another without identical rigs and game settings.

Those 4k AMD tests were severly limited too. Running Doom at 4K with unknown settings on the Vulcan API doesn't prove much to me.

Kaapstad 09-03-17 02:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shingara (Post 939577)
Ow i wasnt saying vega is gonna trounce the ti or the titan, i was simply wondering what your thoughts were on nvidias outing with this ti, in the past even though generally the ti made the titan not worth it for games, this ti sorta makes the titan not worth it at all.

And when it comes to vega, we know next to didly squat about it, but what they showed us was strong.

The whole point of the Titan is you got that performance 7 months ago and even now they are still the top card.

Having said that the 1080 Ti at 699 is fantastic value for money.


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