Originally Posted by Masta Squidge
As a Titan owner, I would like to point out that all the benchmarks disagree with you on performance in general, but the vram does get to be an issue at higher resolutions.
The catch is you can't run three 690s xD
Yes, that's right, but I said better as in the scaling of two high powered gpus as opposed to four lower powered gpus. I mean a lot of games have no problem with two cards in sli or crossfire vs four and it should be smoother with two cards also, imo.
I would think with two GTX 690s in quad, the scaling after two gpus(first GTX 690) isn't so great. Maybe 50% for the third and 25% for the fourth(2nd GTX 690 added)? I could be exaggerating.
But with two Titans, you get 100% and then 90% for the second gpu.
And yeah, that vram of 6gb vs 2gb for the gpu muscle.
Running one GTX 690 with 2gb isn't an issue though, atleast for 1200p, when I had it. Faster than my GTX TITAN that's for sure. I just like trying new things, so I sold the 690 and bought the Titan.