Thanks for the replies everyone. The is a more expensive version of the same card with more memory, bandwidth, and other improvements to push even more pixels through to connected monitors. Also what is this g sync threshold thing? Thankfully, we're using the highest settings here, making it child's play to attain a playable frame-rate by making a few visual sacrifices. You want more set objects shadows to cast. I've never bought a flagship gpu. Also curious if my i5 4690K at 4.
It features the new 16 nm down from 28 nm Pascal architecture. Did they stop teaching reading comprehension in schools or something? You helped me a lot as i was about to upgrade as well. It also comes with some new Turing features, such as support for variable rate shading, which could boost performance in some games. That means more competition, custom cooling solutions, and more variation in pricing. High dynamic range lighting Teapot 208 fps 363 fps Much better reflection handling. Legion ultra is more demanding than WoD was.
You just use Vsync triple buffer preferably or other way to cap fps and eliminate tearing. At 1440p, we're looking at the mid-fifties, while 4K is unfortunately relegated to somewhere below 30fps. For 1440p it is indeed a 1080 or 1070 you need. . Originally posted by :Hi Sir, May I know what are your in-game setting? If you want to see hardware compared in ways that are more in line with real world results, you don't come here. Is there anything new on the horizon or are these it for awhile? Our new benchmark system was implemented early last year, but if you haven't seen it before, here's a quick primer.
We've tested each in nine separate games released over the past few years, so you'll be able to see precisely what sort of frame-rates you can expect - and with our live benchmarks, you'll be able to get an idea of any frame-time spikes too. Might be a tough shot, but try to find a friend that's got one, or a store that has one on display. High rez shadows and extended draw distance off. Which is all you really need for 1440p. Apples:Apples, the Pascal family is going to use a lot less power which means a lot less heat. First, anyone else have that monitor by chance, if so what do you think? I play a wide range of games from retro to new.
Currently playing Sniper Elite 4 on ultra settings and it averages around 70fps on the 1080, whereas the 1070 I'm pretty sure I would have to drop the detail to keep a reasonable frame rate. That's what we'll answer here, as we compare these two affordable cards in terms of features, pricing and performance. But those will be even more expensive naturally. System Name eazen corp Xentronon 6. P3D is not my main sim so I admit to being a bit rusty. I always end up with the lesser model 760, 970 etc.
It's or your favourite user marketplace to see what's available! Everything else on under advanced options Sweet thanks for the detailed response, I appreciate it! Maybe on a gigantic monitor, but on my little 27 inch, I only notice a difference if i'm actually looking for it. Hi, I have a 1440p g-sync monitor. If you have anymore questions, feel free to contact me. I was in the same Kirkland dorm as Mr. In similar situation customers only could disable single card. Parallax occlusion mapping Stones 318 fps 396 fps Better texture detail. System Name Codename: Icarus Mk.
Off course for 1440p and 4K resolution. System Name No name Processor i5 8600k 4800Mhz 1. My initial experiments with it a while ago left such a bad slideshow taste that I kind of blocked the whole concept from my brain! I have been doing tons of research and cannot make a decision. Maybe I am just getting older wiser. I also don't think my 1440 144hz monitor was crazy expensive, but it was on sale for a good deal I guess. Our new benchmark system was released almost a year ago now, but here's the quick runthrough anyway: Press play on the YouTube videos below, and you'll see live frame-rate and frame-time stats for each card in the comparison. This is of course online multiplayer.
I'd really love some suggestions. Originally posted by :i have a 980 Ti too. I've been rocking max settings, 60fps at 1080p. I had the R9 285, and it was holding its own, but stepping up to the 980ti is night and day. Shonky, how are the improvements of the 1080 over the 1070? Personally, benchmarks don't matter very much to me. And I have to say, I personally find this approach a lot more appealing than the 'up to' clockspeed numbers seen on other products. Thanks to everyone for your help.
For me at least, Dynamic lights are still awful! Turns out, there's still plenty of junk in the trunk. Everyone here knows that it's all a rumors. Bring up this site around real tech geeks and you will be laughed out the door. Even when big Pascal show up can't reach same speed. I maaaxxxxxed everything in 1920x1200 and the fps is solid.