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I'm running 3440x1440 on my GTX 1080ti. I don't intend to change it for a long time. It's probably the best card I've ever had.
 
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Someone sayd is equal to 2060 in performance and in dlss is garbage...

any 1080ti is equal to 2070 atleast, and if u play competitive games dlss and ray tracing is useless

GG
 
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Someone sayd is equal to 2060 in performance and in dlss is garbage...

any 1080ti is equal to 2070 atleast, and if u play competitive games dlss and ray tracing is useless

GG
1080 Ti is faster than a 2070 and is beaten by a 2070 Super by a small margin.
 
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I'm running 3440x1440 on my GTX 1080ti. I don't intend to change it for a long time. It's probably the best card I've ever had.

thats the spirit :)

I've been eyeing up 1440p ultra wides for donkey years now, just haven't got around to pulling the trigger. I guess for the games I play, esp. preferred visual settings and fps target, i was hoping to upgrade the GPU first. I'm glad it's sizing up for you at your resolution - just shows the 1080 TI is far from a run-of-the-mill/mid-segment card in 2021 unless amplified user preference/performance targets dictates otherwise.

Someone sayd is equal to 2060 in performance and in dlss is garbage...

any 1080ti is equal to 2070 atleast, and if u play competitive games dlss and ray tracing is useless

GG

There might be some truth to it as one poster hooked up benchmarks for CyberPunk 2077 and the 1080 TI fell short of the higher performance yield seen with overall averages. No biggie though, possibly further code optimisations will fill the gap. For me and the games I play the 1080 TI is definitely in the 2070 SUPER territory - all day and every day :)
 
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1080 Ti is faster than a 2070 and is beaten by a 2070 Super by a small margin.
Yeah, trades blows with 2070S or 2080 in most situations.
 
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Hi,
Yeah 1080ti is cool heck I'm even liking my cheap 980ti lol
I can wait for prices to settle easily or even for 40... series it makes no difference.
 
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If you check how 1080 Ti fares in most NEWER GAMES, we are talking RTX 2060 levels more often than not. Far from high-end. Barely considered mid-end if you ask me. If the game supports DLSS, the 2060 will beat the 1080 Ti by 50% or so, using less than half the watts. An absolute monster? Not at all. Simply a mid-end card at best.

I don't get why people still praise the 1080 Ti, if we were able to buy GPU's at MSRP, we would not even be talking about 1080 Ti in 2021 tbh... It's 2016 architecture

Yeah still a decent GPU for many people, far from high-end tho. Especially not if you're a 1440p/144+ Hz gamer.

I had both 980 Ti and 1080 Ti and I think 980 Ti overall was the better card. Mine overclocked like crazy, running 1650 MHz 3D clocks using custom firmware and performing like a GTX 1080.
Turing was a pretty bad release and my 1080 Ti did not come close to RTX 2080 in comparison, regardless of OC. Maxwell overclocked way better than Pascal. Especially true for 980 Ti.

Problem with both cards today, is lack of optimization from Nvidia and game dev's. Maxwell and Pascal is pretty much forgotten at this point, all focus is on Turing/Ampere. And this is why Maxwell and Pascal drops lower and lower on new game benches.

In a year when 4000 series launch, it will be even worse. When you get 3 gens behind = close to no support/optimization (even tho products is still in support "on paper"). It works if it works. I know plenty of people who are already seeing this happen on Maxwell (visual artifacts in newer games, like Warzone for example) and wonky performance in general, drivers not fixing issues - Nvidia/AMD does not bother -, neither does the game devs (not testing much with old obsolete hardware, they typically test with current and last gen stuff)

Glad I sold my 1080 Ti a few weeks before 3080 came out, and I recieved mine for MSRP. Upgrade cost me 225 dollars lol. Night and day difference in performance, especially when I output to my OLED TV at 4K/120Hz (made possible with HDMI 2.1, which my 1080 Ti did not have). DLSS is the true magic on RTX cards. Could not care less about ray tracing.
wrong meh ))))
 
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If you check how 1080 Ti fares in most NEWER GAMES, we are talking RTX 2060 levels more often than not. Far from high-end. Barely considered mid-end if you ask me. If the game supports DLSS, the 2060 will beat the 1080 Ti by 50% or so, using less than half the watts. An absolute monster? Not at all. Simply a mid-end card at best.

I don't get why people still praise the 1080 Ti, if we were able to buy GPU's at MSRP, we would not even be talking about 1080 Ti in 2021 tbh... It's 2016 architecture

Yeah still a decent GPU for many people, far from high-end tho. Especially not if you're a 1440p/144+ Hz gamer.

I had both 980 Ti and 1080 Ti and I think 980 Ti overall was the better card. Mine overclocked like crazy, running 1650 MHz 3D clocks using custom firmware and performing like a GTX 1080.
Turing was a pretty bad release and my 1080 Ti did not come close to RTX 2080 in comparison, regardless of OC. Maxwell overclocked way better than Pascal. Especially true for 980 Ti.

Problem with both cards today, is lack of optimization from Nvidia and game dev's. Maxwell and Pascal is pretty much forgotten at this point, all focus is on Turing/Ampere. And this is why Maxwell and Pascal drops lower and lower on new game benches.

In a year when 4000 series launch, it will be even worse. When you get 3 gens behind = close to no support/optimization (even tho products is still in support "on paper"). It works if it works. I know plenty of people who are already seeing this happen on Maxwell (visual artifacts in newer games, like Warzone for example) and wonky performance in general, drivers not fixing issues - Nvidia/AMD does not bother -, neither does the game devs (not testing much with old obsolete hardware, they typically test with current and last gen stuff)

Glad I sold my 1080 Ti a few weeks before 3080 came out, and I recieved mine for MSRP. Upgrade cost me 225 dollars lol. Night and day difference in performance, especially when I output to my OLED TV at 4K/120Hz (made possible with HDMI 2.1, which my 1080 Ti did not have). DLSS is the true magic on RTX cards. Could not care less about ray tracing.

Your 980Ti was mythic then, around 1500Mhz. was the top end for most 980Ti's. I had a Zotac 980Ti AMP! Extreme. I got a dud because it would only clock up to ~1450Mhz. regardless of VBIOS, vcore or cooling mods, but my MSI 1080ti Duke will hit 2152Mhz, so I hit a winner there.
 
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