To answer these questions, specifically: i'm testing, with the EVGA for the winter 1080 and msi at 1080 TI gaming exterior i have done for reviews on both of these before links, are in the description. Both cards were tested in the same Windows 10 system, which is running an Intel 8700 K overclocked to 5.1 gigahertz in an attempt to rule out CPU bottlenecks as 16 gigabytes of ddr4 memory running at 2666 megahertz, and we can see the specs of the two cards Are a little different? The 1080 Ti has over a thousand additional CUDA cores three gigabytes of extra memory, which runs at a higher speed and different bass and boost clock speeds with that, out of the way, let's take a look at the benchmark results. All results are the average of three runs, so they should be fairly accurate, starting with The Witcher 3 at 1080p. We can see there's a fair difference in performance between the 1080 and 1080 Ti. The averages we're seeing here at 1080p, even at Ultra settings, are fairly high. At 1440p, we drop back a little in the 1080 t is giving us a noticeable boost, but we're still seeing good results, even though Ultra settings, the 1080, is giving us above 60 FPS for the 1 low is pretty nice at 4k. The results aren't too far apart, at least with the Ultra settings, the 1080 Ti is almost averaging 60 fps and the 1080 isn't far behind at all.

I think, realistically, either of these cards is fine at 4k. For this game watchdogs to is a fairly resource intensive game. However, both cards have absolutely no problems with ultra settings at 1080p. Even the 1080 is getting above 60 FPS and the 1 lows at 1440p. The 1080 is averaging just under 60 FPS at Ultra settings. So you'd need to drop down in settings. If you want to maintain above this, the 1080 Ti, on the other hand, is still able to average above 60 FPS at all. Setting levels have 4k. The 1080 is pretty stuttery at Ultra settings. The 1080 T is still going all right, but we're under 60 fps. Now I found that it played best on high settings, which I personally think still is pretty nice I've run the built in benchmark tool, the shadow of war at 1080p. Both cards are easily smashing. It over over 100 FPS at max settings with no problem at 1440p, we're still getting pretty decent frame rates, there's a fair difference between the 1080 and 1080 TI running at 4k in the 1080 TI isn't able to maintain a 60 FPS average anymore, but again there's Still a noticeable difference between the two at Ultra settings in rise of the Tomb Raider I've also used to the built in benchmark and again at 1080 P we're, getting really high frame rates at maximum settings with either card at 1440p. Again, even at Ultra settings were still seeing really high frame rates with above 120 FPS on the 1080 TI and a hundred from the 1080 at 4k, the ultra frame rates almost drop by half but we're, still averaging 60 fps, with the 1080 Ti and once again, There'S, a noticeable difference between the 1080 and 1080 TI Ghost Recon is another fairly resource, intensive game and even at 1080p, both cards aren't averaging too far above 60 fps.

However, the 1080 TI slows that almost all setting levels are higher than the 10 80s averages, which I found interesting at 1440p. The 1080 TI is now sitting right on a 60 FPS average at Ultra settings, while the 1080 needs to drop down a little in settings to catch up. Finally, at 4k, both cards are down fairly low at the highest selling levels. The 1080 TI needs to drop down to high to average 60 FPS, while the 1080 is only capable on the lowest setting. In the past I found doomed to not really differ too much between the different setting levels, and the same was observed here at 1080p. You'Re getting crazy high frame rates, how 1440p were still getting really high frame rates above 120 fps on average, with the 1080 at Ultra settings, things change a bit of 4k. The one percent lawyers of the 1080 TI are now better than all averages from the 1080. However, the 1080 is still able to average above 60fps at Ultra, so it's, not too bad in ashes of the singularity I've used to the built in benchmark tool and at 1080p you are seeing a much larger difference between the two cards at the highest setting levels Compared to the lower ones, have 1440p it's pretty similar and the 1080 is still able to average above 60fps at max settings at 4k were still averaging above 60fps at max settings with the 1080 Ti, and yet again the 1080 is showing a fairly sizable drop in Comparison in terms of improvement over all the games tested at the 1080p resolution on average to 1080 T, I performed just 12.

5 percent better than the 1080 at 1440p. The 1080 T I performed 19 points of five percent better and a 4k. The 1080 T I performed thirty point four, eight percent, better averaging all gaming tests at all resolutions. The 1080 T I performed twenty point: nine, two percent better than the 1080. This was to be expected as graphics cards perform better at high resolutions as there's more work. For them to do in most cases, you're – probably not buying either of these cards purely for 1080p gaming, unless you really need very high frame rates playing with high resolutions widens the gap between the 1080 and 1080 T. I significantly so, if you're looking to game at 4k, the 1080 is capable at doing an acceptable job at lower settings in many cases, but the 1080 Ti offers around a 30 improvement hitting 60fps averages at max settings and many games just quickly. We'Ll also look at some benchmark tools, I've tested, Heaven Valley and super position benchmarks from Unigine on average throughout all of these synthetic tests, we're. Looking at a thirty eight point, five percent improvement. This is why it's always important to test with real games, because the benchmark tools are built to scale much better with better hardware and don't always show you. The performance increase you'd see in the real world, although the 1080 Ti performs better as expected, is it worth buying for the additional cost at the time of recording here in Australia? This exact 1080 goes for around eight hundred and fifty Australian dollars, while the 1080 Ti goes for thirteen hundred Australian dollars, the prices seem to suck at the moment, probably from mining.

I got my 1080 for about a hundred dollars less than this a few months ago, and looking at PC pop picker both seem to have seen recent price rises based on these prices. The 1080 is over. Fifty percent of a price increase for around 30 percent of a performance gain. Assuming is sticking to 4k games in the US, though, it looks like the 1080 Ti is around eight hundred US dollars, while the 1080 goes for around six hundred US dollars so you're paying 33 more for a 30 percent improvement, which is much more reasonable. We really do get ripped off here in Australia, so which graphics card. Would you pick the 1080 or 1080 T? I personally, I went with the 1080 as I currently just used 1080p monitors and I wanted something that should last a while for that. If I was running higher resolutions, though, I definitely consider the 1080 T, I especially for 4k gaming, be sure to let me know your thoughts down in the comments and leave a like on the video.