QUOTE(Najmods @ Dec 10 2018, 02:00 PM)
What I mean by finicky frequency and voltage table is MSI Afterburner allows to control the voltage as per frequency curve on Pascal cards but it seems to have a mind of its own, everytime I undervolt too much it refuses to reach that frequency and stuck on lower frequency. A lot of new cards too seems to do this, Vega included. If I undervolt, example 900mV on Vega the frequency will hover around 1350MHz on complex games and 14xxMHz on simpler games disregard whatever I set. Its ok-ish since the card clever enough to know its own limit and keeps stable but very hard to do clock-to-clock comparison.
I love tweaking, almost everything I have is non-stock and modded in some way or another whether in software or hardware so Im a big exception from regular people.
I traded 980Ti with Vega56 for RM300 so win-win for me
Oh, yeah that annoy me a little too.
980Ti+300 for a Vega 56 is a great deal. I thought you had 1080 Ti at one point? What happen to the card?
QUOTE(shirohamada @ Dec 10 2018, 04:18 PM)
you definitely got a great deal.
980ti is faster than 1060 6gb but slower than 1070.
if i want to buy a 980ti i would only pay rm500 max. even that i don't want it.
Depend how far you can overclock both, usually 1070 just very slightly ahead.