Sticking to 1440p with g-sync for years to go (4k gaming monitors will be way too expensive for a long time), so not planning till something great arrives and my 1080 won't deliver. To be honest games are more lame and lame in recent years. I might just give up on high-end hardware in the future and just get the mainstream stuff only. Which actually provides about the same quality for significantly less in 99% cases, (e.g. some unlocked i5 + 1070 vs unlocked i7 + 1080).
I have a Maxwell Titan X under water running well at 1450 MHz. Seems like a 1080 Ti would be a step up. I'm considering replacing my 1440p, 144Hz monitor with a 4k TV. (I just have no interest in sub 40" 4k.) It's unclear to me how much of a step up that would be and if I'd hate my life moving from 1440p@144 to 4k@60. Thoughts?
Could be simplerSimple question.
was originally planning on upgrading my 970 to a 1080 or 1070 once the 1080ti is released but after seeing the system requirements for Mass Effect Andromeda (GTX 1060 recommended) I might just stick with my 970 until Volta...no other GPU intensive games look to be coming out anytime soon
im on the 980 TI now and looking for a single card solution that runs everything on ultra 4k@60. If the Ti doesn't deliver i might go back to SLI, but really dont wanna deal with it. If Nvidia doesn't bring it with this card, im considering just ditching and see what AMD has to offer. Im tired of paltry updates.... Then again most games are total fucking trash anyways and i play more old school games.
If the 1080 Ti seems overpriced then it either means Nvidia is waiting for Vega to issue a price cut, or they know Vega is a flop (GTX 1080 territory) and aren't worried about it.Lots of results waiting on Vega and I have to wonder why? Do they really think AMD will pull off something special? For 1080 users, moving to 1080 Ti would be completely pointless as you'd probably see 10-15% performance gains at best.
If the 1080 Ti seems overpriced then it either means Nvidia is waiting for Vega to issue a price cut, or they know Vega is a flop (GTX 1080 territory) and aren't worried about it.
I'll make my decision once I see the specs and price. Also depends what AMD shows off next week.