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Thread: Gigabyte G1 GAMING GTX 980 & GTX 970 Base Clock/Boost Clock Comparison (Compared with ASUA STRIX,EVGA SC/FTW/Classified)

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    Default Gigabyte G1 GAMING GTX 980 & GTX 970 Base Clock/Boost Clock Comparison (Compared with ASUA STRIX,EVGA SC/FTW/Classified)

    The Gigabyte G1 Gaming Edition "GTX 980" & "GTX 970"
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    Features:
    WINDFORCE 3X cooling system, Flex Display Technology (Supports:3 DisplayPorts 1.2, 1 HDMI 1.2,Dual-link DVI-I / DVI-D)
    SOC ─ GPU Gauntlet™ Sorting: Only the strongest processor(tested) were sorted for G1 Gaming Graphic card,
    Ultra Durable, Dual BIOS for better overclocking (less risk).

    Specification:
    Core Clock -GTX 980 Base / Boost clock:1228 / 1329 MHz, GTX 970 Base / Boost clock:1178 / 1329 MHz,
    Card Dimensions (L x H) - L=312mm, W=129mm, H=43mm,
    Power requirement - 600W and 550W respectively.

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    As you can see here the GTX 908 has a 5 copper heat pipe and a massive direct contact copper plate & heatsink, on the other hand GTX 970 has 4 copper heat pipe with a small but direct contact copper pipe & minimalsitic heatsink design. GTX 980 has a bigger power delivery unit then GTX 970.

    Comparison:
    The G1 Gaming Edition -
    GTX 980out of the box overclocked at Base clock of 1228 MHz and the Boost clock is 1329 MHz,
    GTX 970 has a Base clock of 1178 MHz and the Boost clock is 1329 MHz.
    price: GTX 980$629.99, GTX 970 $369.99

    ASUS STRIX -GTX 980out of the box overclocked at Base clock of 1178 MHz and the Boost clock is 1279 MHz,
    GTX 970 has a Base clock of 1114 MHz and the Boost clock is 1253 MHz. (also more cards coming soon)
    price: GTX 980$559, GTX 970 $339 (Suggested US MSRP pricing)

    EVGA ACX - GTX 980Base clock of 1126 MHz and the Boost clock 1216 MHz,GTX 970 Base clock of 1050 MHz and the Boost clock 1178 MHz.
    price: GTX 980 $638.98, GTX 970 $339.99.

    EVGA FTW ACX 2.0 - GTX 980Base clock of 1279 MHz and the Boost clock 1393 MHz,GTX 970 Base clock of 1216 MHz and the Boost clock 1367 MHz. (coming soon)

    EVGA Classified ACX 2.0 - GTX 980Base clock of 1291 MHz and the Boost clock 1405 MHz. (only 980) (coming soon)

    As expected EVGA will always be the winner inturms of giving you the most out of the chip but with a higher price and most probably will not be hitting the shelves of Bangladeshi markets. ASUS card are also expensive. and there is Gigabyte cards from prior experience don't think they will bring out any other different edition of this to GPUs so looks like if you are not doing any overclocking, i mean if you use GUP on factory overclock then G1 Gaming Edition will be the best choice for you, and if you don't mind spending some extra Go for the ASUS (wait for matrix edition) or EVGA (if you can get it from abroad).
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    ekta kore thread khular ki dorkar... shob nv news ei dewa jeto

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    msi thread ta ekhono keu khule nai i guess... ami khulum xD

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    @aayman can u merge 3 nvidia gpu threads?

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    Just trying to give a review/comparison of this cards that's it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    ekta kore thread khular ki dorkar... shob nv news ei dewa jeto

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    msi thread ta ekhono keu khule nai i guess... ami khulum xD

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    @aayman can u merge 3 nvidia gpu threads?
    Why, i believe these new cards deserve a separate thread.

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    evabe brand wise thread khulle onek thread hoye jabe and brows kortew jamela Just my personal opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLaDOS View Post
    evabe brand wise thread khulle onek thread hoye jabe and brows kortew jamela Just my personal opinion.
    Brand wise na khule all brand GTX 980/970 eikhane thakle hoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    Brand wise na khule all brand GTX 980/970 eikhane thakle hoy
    That right, 9xx er jonno ekta thread khullai hoy

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    Looks like this card is an overclocking beast, in this video the "G1 GTX 970" was overclocked at 1500 MHz!!!! and temperature at that point reached only 60 degree!!!! looks like Windforce cooler is doing an awesome job keeping this card cool.

    watch this GTX 970 review : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAahjdwfbRw

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    Too bad msi won't be making a lightning version of this as they are anticipating a bigger chip aka GM210 or 200. Lighting has always been better than classified, the classified has more hype though. All uber high overclocks are mostly on lightnings on HWBot
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    Why, i believe these new cards deserve a separate thread.
    those white DVI ports looks ugly....
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    Did any one get the news: EVGA used a cooler from a (old) bigger card to save on manufacturing costs of GTX 900 series, problem is one of the three heat-pipes barely makes any contact with the GPU. thats not good :/
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    "Graphics Card Thermal Imaging" Difference between Gigabyte G1 Gtx 970 vs Msi Gtx 970 vs Strix Gtx 970 (Off load Vs On load)
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    Looks like GIgabyte G1 Gtx 970 is a clear winner as it running at less then (or =) 60 degrees on load. strix reches 70 degrees on load and MSI at 85+ degrees on load!!!!!

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    gigabyte will have less heat since it has 3 fans on a long PCB board

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    gigabyte will have less heat since it has 3 fans on a long PCB board
    I don't mind that it is long and i think you need a cooler card for better "GPU boost" so it performs always at peak level, also if you think about SLI, when you are going to stack them up (as cards will have not much of a gap in between) it is better to have a card that is running cooler.
    also i saw in a review (link bellow) tha Gigabyte G1 GTX 970 can be overclocked at 1520Mhz at 60-63 Degrees top.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAahjdwfbRw

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    You do not need a cooler card for better gpu boost. I have seen Asus 970 also at 1500 at 65-70. Not much a big deal in temperature difference since these cards already run quite cool.

    If you are using SLI, it is always better to use the blower versions like the reference coolers rather than the fan versions that let heat out in the casing itself.

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    Dont forget that unlike the other cards, MSI's fans does not kick in unless it reaches 60 degree or other user defined threshold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Dont forget that unlike the other cards, MSI's fans does not kick in unless it reaches 60 degree or other user defined threshold.
    Asus Strix has the same feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    gigabyte will have less heat since it has 3 fans on a long PCB board
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