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fastest gpu right now (gtx 1080 not ti)

what is the fastest gtx 1080 right now?
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  1. As far as I know, the Aorus GeForce GTX 1080 has the fastest 'out of the box' boost clock settings.

    To be honest, all of the aftermarket 1080's are pretty much the same performance wise and will closely overclock to the same speeds.

    The main differences are the coolers/noise
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  2. Supahos said:


    what do you suggest me like wait for new cards/get a 1080ti or something else.
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    As it stands, there's no hint of when Nvidia will release their 11XX series and we don't know if it will be a Pascal 'refresh' or Volta.

    You can wait a couple of weeks and see how the new Radeon Vega series perform. The flagship might be a bit quicker than a GTX 1080, though slower than a GTX 108Ti. But nobody knows for sure yet.
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  4. blockhead78 said:
    As far as I know, the Aorus GeForce GTX 1080 has the fastest 'out of the box' boost clock settings.

    To be honest, all of the aftermarket 1080's are pretty much the same performance wise and will closely overclock to the same speeds.

    The main differences are the coolers/noise

    so what do you think is the best right now
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  5. BurgerandChips66 said:
    As it stands, there's no hint of when Nvidia will release their 11XX series and we don't know if it will be a Pascal 'refresh' or Volta.

    You can wait a couple of weeks and see how the new Radeon Vega series perform. The flagship might be a bit quicker than a GTX 1080, though slower than a GTX 108Ti. But nobody knows for sure yet.



    ok thanks!
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  6. If you're going for 4k or 144hz 1440p I'd suggest seeing what Vega offers if any settings other than those two for a Monitor get the 1080 and enjoy. In theory vega should beat the 1080 and be similarly priced.
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  7. Supahos said:
    If you're going for 4k or 144hz 1440p I'd suggest seeing what Vega offers if any settings other than those two for a Monitor get the 1080 and enjoy. In theory vega should beat the 1080 and be similarly priced.


    ok then guess ill wait
    thanks!
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