Nvidia 1080 ti / Titan XP / 2080 ti

Discussion in 'nVidia Flavor' started by Xpoz, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. Xpoz

    Xpoz n00bie

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    Quick update:

    Sold my 1080 and got the Titan Xp on Friday.

    What a beast! I gain around 30% which is really cool :)

    Definitely worth it
     
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  2. Supercharged_Z06

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    Sweet! Very nice upgrade. Same choice I would have made if I were in your shoes coming from a 1080. The 2080Ti is a nice card, but way out in left field as to bang for the buck/value. The Titan Xp is a very nice bump up, especially if you were able to snag one for only $600.
     
  3. cybereality

    cybereality 2[H]4U

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    Awesome! Titan Xp is a nice card, enjoy.
     
  4. Xpoz

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    Yeah that's really cool!

    I managed to make it stable around 2000Mhz which is really good for my daily use :)

    Good temperature, good card, I'm enjoying this one haha
     
  5. Bigbacon

    Bigbacon [H]ardForum Junkie

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    I'm pretty interested in this idea as well. With SLI dying out, my 980s are not what they could be. New games don't even support SLI right now.

    I ony play at 1080p but my goal is always to be able to max the graphics settings in games for the resolution I can use. I suspect a 1080, even non TI would do what I want?

    I would think the 1080TI with 11gb ram would be my best bang for buck (used of course) because an 11gb 2080 is crazy.
     
  6. Tazman2

    Tazman2 [H]ardness Supreme

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    Bought a 1080 TI and holding out for something better! 11 GB versus 8 GB for the same money!? 11 GB it is!
     
  7. arestavo

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    That depends on the game. Even at 1080P, Ghost Recon Wildlands at max settings gave my single (at the time) 1080 Ti a run for it's money. So, it depends on the games that you play and you'll have to do a little digging to find out.
     
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  8. cybereality

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    In your case a used 1080 Ti would probably be a good bet. A normal 1080 wouldn't be worthwhile coming from 980 SLI (probably a downgrade in SLI compatible games).