MSI GTX970 Gaming Review

Overclocking

MSI GTX970 Gaming Review

Overclocking

So we've established that the "plug and go" nature of the GTX970 Gaming is impressive. But as you saw all those pages ago it overclocks like a champion too and there clearly are a lot of benefits to be had if you wring its neck. 700 points in FireStrike Extreme is a ridiculous gain. 50000 P Score puts it into heavily overclocked GTX780Ti territory. For 350W total draw on our test system. Love it.

MSI GTX970 Gaming Review  

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19-09-2014, 00:47:13

Wraith
Bloody impressive stuff Guv, Maxwell seems to have been worth the wait, the OC results have staggered me.. I really can't wait now to see what the GTX 980 Ti is capable of.Quote

19-09-2014, 01:42:02

WYP
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Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
Bloody impressive stuff Guv, Maxwell seems to have been worth the wait, the OC results have staggered me.. I really can't wait now to see what the GTX 980 Ti is capable of.
The GPU core used in the GTX 980 is the full core, so do not expect a 980Ti (at least with any extra CUDA cores).

I see a Titan 2 in 2015, but that's just a hunch. I guess we will see.Quote

19-09-2014, 04:31:56

WillSK
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Originally Posted by Watsyerproblem View Post
The GPU core used in the GTX 980 is the full core, so do not expect a 980Ti (at least with any extra CUDA cores).

I see a Titan 2 in 2015, but that's just a hunch. I guess we will see.
I actually hope they don't carry on with a top of the range "Ti"

My personal opinion was that the previous positioning was better. To me a Ti card was always a mid high end card with that Extra "Oomph"

I think the "Titan" branding is far more suited to high end

Just my 2 cents.

P.S This card looks awesome Quote

19-09-2014, 06:55:46

Cru
970 is the real winner of this release. f'ing amazingQuote

19-09-2014, 07:57:00

piezor
Love the look of this card. Cooler looks tall though. Will this fit in a corsair 240 air case. Got one coming at the end of the month so don't have it to measure myself yet :-(Quote
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