ksgnow2010I'm very impressed with the Titan X Pascal...is performing much better than I expected it to. The only down side is the stock cooler is noisy and not good enough. (It was Sajin that made me buy one! ...you will buy one...they are more awesome than you know...you will buy one...)
Cool GTXHave you measured the Watts drawn between 980 SC and Titan upgrade ?
SajinGotta love that titan xp performance.
Cool GTXSajinGotta love that titan xp performance. Sitting with the purchase button waiting ..... Wish I could find a Discount "promo code" to use @ shop.nvidia.com ---> or where Nvidia sells the open box returns for a discount.
ksgnow2010Do it man...hit the button...do it man...they are awesome you know...do it man...hit the button...
AHowes2 1080s will be awesome for either 1440 or 4k. A single Titan I hear is not enough for 60fps in 4k with everything maxed.The Titan is only 20-30% faster then a 1080. If that's worth an extra $500+ then go for it.. but 2 1080s in sli will drag that Titan in any game that uses sli.
sethleighCool GTX, let me be the devil on your other shoulder: don't do it! You've got a great rig already, and we're only a few months from the next big thing. Hold on now, then splurge on the next big thing and you'll be all set!
ksgnow2010Update to numbers...crunched 2 days worth of production...average production: Titan X Pascal (1900 MHz GPU): 1,186,151 points (just shy of 1.2 million...not quite the 1.3 million of my original post)1080 FTW (2100 MHz GPU): 799,598 points So, the Titan X Pascal (overclocked) shows 48% more production than a 1080 FTW (overclocked). Not too shabby!