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  1. Depends on the resolution, both cards will do just fine at 1080p, but the higher the ingame settings the more likely you will hit the vram limit on 1060. From these two I would take 570 4GB.
  2. FreeSync is a nice technology, but you should base your decision on raw performance rather than what features it has. For this resolution, all these cards should provide you the best possible framerate. If your monitor is 60-75 Hz, then you will hardly see a difference when using VSYNC or FreeSync. Either way, wait for benchmarks, it's way too early to say how fast is Vega.
  3. Did you try to overclock it?
  4. There is no evidence that 580 will be better in any other way. Of course it will be cheaper then, but there are many shops which are already out of stock of 400 series and they won't have any more cards. As far as I know, the difference between 580 and 480 prices at launch won't be high, so if you are not in the rush, just wait those two weeks for more information.
  5. 580 is basically rebranded 480 with higher clocks. Most RX580 will run at 1350-1400 MHz, which is achievable for most 480s. 480 is currently available at a good price, so I would suggest 480. Of course, if you are planning to sell it later, it would better to buy 580 instead, because it will be worth more after a year. Of course nothing is stopping you from waiting 2 weeks for 580 launch, then make your decision based on existing reviews, but it may be harder to find a good deal on 480 then.
  6. 940mx

    It's a strange configuration tbh. Top of the line Kaby Lake and ancient maxwell 940mx.. Hopefully you are not planning to play games on that machine.
  7. 940mx

    There is not enough information to give you a straight answer. I would contact Dell to be sure. Also its seems you already asked this question on other forums and you were given the same advice http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-3368169/dell-latitude-5580-gtx-940mx-2gb-64bit-ddr3-gddr5.html
  8. It's not a benchmark, it's stability tester
  9. For overall stability, I recommend ASUS RealBench https://rog.asus.com/articles/news/realbench-v2-43-new-version-available-now/
  10. Out of curiosity, what CPU temperatures are we talking about here? My 6800K won't go above 4.3 GHz with 1.35V.. Staying at 4.2 for stability. I have very low RPM for AIO cooler, temperature is 40C idle and 55C under load.
  11. You really did make an upgrade Case : Corsair Obsidian 900D CPU : i7-6850K clocked @ 4.5hz 1.31v 24/7 RAM : G.Skill 8 x 8Gb 3200hz MB : Asus Rampage v Edition 10 GPU : 2 x EVGA Gtx 1080 FTW ( stock ) SSD : 2 x Samsung 250 pro 256Gb HDD : 2 x HGST Travelstar 7K1000 1TB PSU : Seasonic Platinum 1000w Monitor : Samsung S27A950D Keyboard : Corsair K 95 RGB Mechanical Mouse : Corsair M65 Vengeance best rig from all of us right now. I'm only surprised you didn't buy any M.2 SSD. It's few times faster than Sata drive.
  12. Radeon RX 460 is x8 by default. Most cards use only half of the pins on PCI slot. Your card, however, has all the pins, so it should support x16. But should you be worried? No, it changes nothing in terms of performance, this card can't utilize the bandwidth of the PCIE slot anyway.
  13. LOL you replied to me after 3 years haha, yeah sorry for not predicting 1080 thatsoon
  14. The Internet made a full circle today. I posted this on twitter
  15. I added this card to our database earlier today https://videocardz.net/zotac-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-11gb-amp-extreme/
  16. It's not March 5th, but 7th Just wait for custom cards, no reason to throw money on NVIDIA, when partners are almost ready with first custom models.
  17. Unlikely, it should launch mid-March to late March. It depends on many things, but I suspect Jensen will tell us when to expect 1080 Ti during Feb 28th announcement.
  18. Just some pictures that were not posted anywhere yet. 960 EVO 960 PRO
  19. I'm sorry but I don't understand your suggestion.
  20. M.2 drives are much faster than conventional SSDs. It's really worth to upgrade at least for the operating system partition.
  21. Some AMD GPUs are shown with more memory if they are used together with AMD CPUs (in dual graphics mode). But since you mentioned Intel HD graphics, then it's probably based on AMD GPU and Intel CPU. In that case, it's a 2GB card. You can also check the reading with GPU-Z.
  22. That's a great price for 390. Been using 390X for a year and it delivered great framerate for my 1440p monitor, so I imagine for 1080p this is more than enough for now.
  23. I don't, but you have to look at this from 700 series perspective. First we had TITAN, then GTX 780 and then GTX 780 Ti. Now we have TITAN, but no 2080 and 2080 Ti yet. I guess we will find out what NVIDIA is planning in the next few months. I would make more sense to launch 20 series with 2080, 2070 (as GTX 1080 refresh) etc, rather than drag 10 series for two years till Volta is available.
  24. I think 1080 Ti pricing will depend mostly on Vega, or more likely how fast is Vega. The longer it takes for 1080 ti to arrive, the more likely it will launch as GTX 2080, because NVIDIA has no plans to release Volta this year. But it's really hard to say right now as there are zero performance leaks of 1080 Ti. But generally speaking, I think most enthusiast of high-end GPUs should always wait for tick-tock launches (big dies, fully unlocked chips etc). So yeah I'm really looking forward to hearing about 1080 Ti, and testing one when they become available.
  25. Good card, how are the temps?