Nvidia Pascal Reviews [1080XP, 1080ti, 1080, 1070ti, 1070, 1060, 1050, and 1030]

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    http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/NVIDIA-Titan-X-Pascal-12GB-Graphics-Card-Review

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    Evga is apparently working on a hybrid cooler for the Titan X Pascal.
    http://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2520221
     
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    http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/95215-nvidia-titan-x-pascal/
     
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    Hope their edit: PCPer's other calculations are correct:
    "The rated 11 TFLOPS of single precision compute of the new Titan X is 34% higher than that of the GeForce GTX 1080 and I would expect gaming performance to scale in line with that difference." [...]
     
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    It still hits CPU limitation @1080p and 1440p in some games, even with OC'ed CPUs.
     
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    Well i hope, .. but if the headroom is obviously higher over the standard clock, due to the conservative one they have use, the question remain what is the maximum clock achievable over 2000mhz with the TDP limit at max ( 250+ 20% ). going to 1924mhz over 1500mhz is good, but it is in the range of 1080 actual clock. H2o temperature will have an impact, even on TDP, but not much if TDP limit is attained allready on air.( and as they was run at 62°C OC, i can imagine the problem for go higher was not the temperature )

    Its obvious that Nvidia could have set a really higher default boost clock speed.

    Dont misunderstand me, its excellent to see that with much more SP the gpu still achieve same clock of the 1080 - 1070 when OC. I just ask me if the OC will really scale with H20 that much ( untill a modded bios appears )
     
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    Damn that's a fast GPU! The increase over the 1080 in Doom in particular is interesting. I wonder if it relies more on bandwidth than other games? That would certainly account for the Fury's unusually high performance.
     
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    If nVidia wants to split the difference between the Titan X and the 1080 then maybe they'll consider the distance between the 1070 and the 1080. Afaik the 1070 has six eighths of the shaders of the 1080. Presumably nVidia could bin for seven eighths as well. Though there is no pressing need for that, I suppose. It's not like the jump up from a 1070 to such a part would open new gaming vistas.
    IIRC we have the precedent of the GTX 680/670/660 Ti, and that of the AMD 5870/5850/5830 for companies getting maximum salvage out of an expensive product (though the 660 Ti was an odd, but very good, duck).
    Edit: I forget if nVidia did this with the 4xxx, 5xxx, and 7xxx series as well. If they did, then is it odd that the tradition hasn't continued?
     
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    http://www.overclock.net/t/1606562/titan-x-pascal-thread/350#post_25406315

    Apparently Nvidia will be adding

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1606562/titan-x-pascal-thread/350#post_25406301
     
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    X as in "letter that the marketing department thinks is cool".
     
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    My take on it, apart from what was already mentioned, is that the Titan, when compared to the 1080, gets most of its speedup from memory intensive tasks, compared to the 1080 which gets more performance from compute intensive workloads, relatively speaking. Memory is substantially less efficient than compute units, at least according to Nvidia, so that results in lower overall efficiency.
     
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    On overclockers they are refer to Pascal Titan X as "Titan XP".
     
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