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New Pascal Architecture. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU
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Boost Clock 1683 MHz
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New Pascal Architecture. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU
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Looks like normal prices to me.
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I wanted this so very badly (still do). But The difference between a 1080 custom (strix a8g in my case) and a 1080ti custom is at the very least $225.

Given that I game at 144hz / 1080p, I really can't justify spending another 50% more when really the 1080 is doing really well already. I sure wish I could maintain 144hz stable 100% of the time (and I think I'd be really close with a 1080ti), but 120hz-144hz 100% is good enough for me.

And really, I'm not that great of a player. I'm just a 37 year old guy who can afford a few nice things at this point in his life, but that doesn't mean that the money would be put to good use. so... i chose to buy the 1080 over the 1080ti and just drool whenever i see these threads Smilie
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I wanted this so very badly (still do). But The difference between a 1080 custom (strix a8g in my case) and a 1080ti custom is at the very least $225.

Given that I game at 144hz / 1080p, I really can't justify spending another 50% more when really the 1080 is doing really well already. I sure wish I could maintain 144hz stable 100% of the time (and I think I'd be really close with a 1080ti), but 120hz-144hz 100% is good enough for me.

And really, I'm not that great of a player. I'm just a 37 year old guy who can afford a few nice things at this point in his life, but that doesn't mean that the money would be put to good use. so... i chose to buy the 1080 over the 1080ti and just drool whenever i see these threads http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif
I'm thinking the same (also 37y), will pick 1080 when it comes down to $300 or less Smilie
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I wanted this so very badly (still do). But The difference between a 1080 custom (strix a8g in my case) and a 1080ti custom is at the very least $225.

Given that I game at 144hz / 1080p, I really can't justify spending another 50% more when really the 1080 is doing really well already. I sure wish I could maintain 144hz stable 100% of the time (and I think I'd be really close with a 1080ti), but 120hz-144hz 100% is good enough for me.

And really, I'm not that great of a player. I'm just a 37 year old guy who can afford a few nice things at this point in his life, but that doesn't mean that the money would be put to good use. so... i chose to buy the 1080 over the 1080ti and just drool whenever i see these threads Smilie
stick to the 1080 until 1180 first quarter 2018
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I wanted this so very badly (still do). But The difference between a 1080 custom (strix a8g in my case) and a 1080ti custom is at the very least $225.

Given that I game at 144hz / 1080p, I really can't justify spending another 50% more when really the 1080 is doing really well already. I sure wish I could maintain 144hz stable 100% of the time (and I think I'd be really close with a 1080ti), but 120hz-144hz 100% is good enough for me.

And really, I'm not that great of a player. I'm just a 37 year old guy who can afford a few nice things at this point in his life, but that doesn't mean that the money would be put to good use. so... i chose to buy the 1080 over the 1080ti and just drool whenever i see these threads http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif
Unless you game at 4k resolution, use VR technology, or plain like to brag, this is excessive for you. I, however, do fit one of those criteria. I can't say enough good things about the 1080 Ti (I have FE)
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Unless you game at 4k resolution, use VR technology, or plain like to brag, this is excessive for you. I, however, do fit one of those criteria. I can't say enough good things about the 1080 Ti (I have FE)
You are not helping my envy problem drool

I think I will probably break if 1080ti ever goes on sale for ~500 when used 1080s can still get $350 on ebay/CL. The funny thing is that I am using an old i7-3770 non k cpu that can only max at 4.1ghz (I tried doing the bclk OC route, well, three corrupt windozes later, no more for me).

astonishingly, i never reach 100% CPU usage on any of my eight threads. consistently, in every game, my 1080 gpu maxes out before my CPU does. so it really makes me wonder how much fps i'm actually missing out on by not having a skylake or kabylake.
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I'm thinking the same (also 37y), will pick 1080 when it comes down to $300 or less Smilie
I think that's a very fine decision. I played off of a gtx 770 from 2012 all the way until december of 2016. I never felt I was missing anything (though it should be noted that I also was playing on a 60hz 1080p monitor instead of the 144hz gsync 1080p that I now have).
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There will always be something better or cheaper, but the Ti line has not disappointed so far if money is of not too much concern. I had a 780 Ti, then the 980 Ti, then recently upgraded to the 1080 Ti and it's worth every penny to me. Each iteration provide enough performance boost to make it worth it. I'm selling the 980 Ti for $300 now which means I lost about $400 within the last 2 years for having the top performance GPU. That's $200 per year. You're always "renting out" technology since they lose their value so fast, but that's just the way of the world. Make sure that if you have a 2500k still you'll need to upgrade your CPU to make most out of it.
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There will always be something better or cheaper, but the Ti line has not disappointed so far if money is of not too much concern. I had a 780 Ti, then the 980 Ti, then recently upgraded to the 1080 Ti and it's worth every penny to me. Each iteration provide enough performance boost to make it worth it. I'm selling the 980 Ti for $300 now which means I lost about $400 within the last 2 years for having the top performance GPU. That's $200 per year. You're always "renting out" technology since they lose their value so fast, but that's just the way of the world. Make sure that if you have a 2500k still you'll need to upgrade your CPU to make most out of it.
Nice man. I agree with the value of the Ti variant. I've had the 980 ti and now this 1080 ti. Recently upgraded from 2600k to 6800k, and barely notice any difference in the games I play.

Out of curiosity, where are you selling your 980 ti for that price? CL? Forum? I've sworn off eBay due to their fees and unfair bias towards buyers who lie (previous bad experience as a seller)
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I wanted this so very badly (still do). But The difference between a 1080 custom (strix a8g in my case) and a 1080ti custom is at the very least $225.

Given that I game at 144hz / 1080p, I really can't justify spending another 50% more when really the 1080 is doing really well already. I sure wish I could maintain 144hz stable 100% of the time (and I think I'd be really close with a 1080ti), but 120hz-144hz 100% is good enough for me.

And really, I'm not that great of a player. I'm just a 37 year old guy who can afford a few nice things at this point in his life, but that doesn't mean that the money would be put to good use. so... i chose to buy the 1080 over the 1080ti and just drool whenever i see these threads Smilie
at 1080p even a GTX 1070 should suffice. 1080 ti is for the 3440x1440 100MHz and 4K crowd
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at 1080p even a GTX 1070 should suffice. 1080 ti is for the 3440x1440 100MHz and 4K crowd
That is incorrect when you take into account the fact that he wants to maintain a stable 144hz (aka 144+ fps) at 1080p. There are quite a few games out there that the 1070 would simply not be able to do that for when using max/high video settings. I for one am in the same boat and eying the 1080ti to be able to perform at that level.
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Nice man. I agree with the value of the Ti variant. I've had the 980 ti and now this 1080 ti. Recently upgraded from 2600k to 6800k, and barely notice any difference in the games I play.

Out of curiosity, where are you selling your 980 ti for that price? CL? Forum? I've sworn off eBay due to their fees and unfair bias towards buyers who lie (previous bad experience as a seller)
I'm selling it on CL, EBay's fees and shipping too much hassle. You should have no problem selling for $300 in a larger city.
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