1070 ti vs 1080

May 3, 2018
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I am looking for an upgrade from a 2 year old 1070. which one of these cards should i get? Is the 1080 worth an extra $100?
 
1080 is roughly 10% better in (some) synthetic benchmarks. Compare them here - https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/products/10series/compare/

Whether that's worth the extra is your call, and based on your own budget and gaming needs.

For what it's worth, the 1070ti is more 'bang for buck' efficient.

Edit: Personally, I don't need that level of performance, but if I was shopping in the 1070 / 1070ti /1080 market, I would choose the 1070ti out of the three.

Upgrading within that group? Mmm. Not worth the money imho.
 
1080 is roughly 10% better in (some) synthetic benchmarks. Compare them here - https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/products/10series/compare/

Whether that's worth the extra is your call, and based on your own budget and gaming needs.

For what it's worth, the 1070ti is more 'bang for buck' efficient.

Edit: Personally, I don't need that level of performance, but if I was shopping in the 1070 / 1070ti /1080 market, I would choose the 1070ti out of the three.

Upgrading within that group? Mmm. Not worth the money imho.
 

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When toms was still doing performance charts they said you should try to jump at least 3 tiers to see a notable performance gain. Unless there are extenuating circumstances. When you are already running a 1070 2 tiers would put you into Titan XPP territory. For the cost, I think you are better off holding out for the next gen GPUs. Even then I wouldn't hold your breath too much. I think the next gen GPUs will not provide a notable performance boost. I think AMD is lining up a sizable perf/dollar boost potentially we'll see 1070 performance in a sub $300 GPU from AMD. I don't expect that from nVidia.
 

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