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Originally Posted by Bruennis View Post

We are all in for a rude awakening. I am a believer that Titan will outperform the 690 and the 7990.

Also, how else would 3DMark report an unknown GPU?

I'm thinking the Titan is indeed going to be a monstrosity in terms of high performance, but I have no inside info, just a gut hunch here.
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Nvidia and amd dont make money from gtx680,7970. Neither this will change with titan. Their low-mid range product give them the most money.(gtx650/60,7850 etc etc)

Nvidia do enjoy higher margins on GTX670/680 than AMD with 79XX because they sell at a higher price while using a smaller die(by about 71mm^2).
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Because when the GPU idles, PCI-E will idle down to preserve power. It happens to everyone who have automatic switching enabled

Here is the PCI-E downclocked while the IGP is active
Your's
PCIE 1.1x16@x16 1.1

The one in question
PCIE 3.0x16@x8 1.1

x16
x8

I thought this would imply dual card, sli, etc?
Edited by kpo6969 - 2/3/13 at 2:08pm
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Why you guys make such a big thing for a supposed "limited card edition" which will carry a hefty price tag and would be gone as soon it hits the shelfs???

That would be the end of it and it would be a collectors item with one of the worst value holder as a collectible (because her value will go down as newer gpus get released) but for the regular consumer means nothing... In a couple of months after release you cannot go and buy one right>?

Look @ 690 when it got released out of stock asap.. Now plenty on the shelfs and nobody is buying them wonder why...
Can go right now and buy one @ amazon.

So it dont serve no purpose... This drooling XD
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 2/3/13 at 2:20pm
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Your's
PCIE 1.1x16@x16 1.1

The one in question
PCIE 3.0x16@x8 1.1

x16
x8

I thought this would imply dual card, sli, etc?

Could just be plugged into the 2nd PCIE slot on a motherboard( backplate) got too close the CPU cooler heatsink.
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post #186 of 565
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Why you guys make such a big thing for a supposed "limited card edition" which will carry a hefty price tag and would be gone as soon it hits the shelfs???

That would be the end of it and it would be a collectors item with one of the worst value holder as a collectible (because her value will go down as newer gpus get released) but for the regular consumer means nothing... In a couple of months after release you cannot go and buy one right>?

Look @ 690 when it got released out of stock asap.. Now plenty on the shelfs and nobody is buying them wonder why...
Can go right now and buy one @ amazon.

So it dont serve no purpose... This drooling XD

I think you are mixing this up a little.

When GTX 690 was released the yields back at TSMC was horrible for Nvidia. Nvidia couldn`t get the wafers they needed to make the GTX 690. Thats why Nvidia sold out the few they made everywhere.

Now the yields are better than the demand from AMD and Nvidia, thats why stores always have GTX 690 and 680 and 7970 in stock. It doesn`t mean they don`t sell any of them. Well of course its less than @ launch since many have bought their GPU and many are waiting for 8000/700 series, but they still sell them. smile.gif
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/3/13 at 2:27pm
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Originally Posted by Cloudfire777 View Post

I think you are mixing this up a little.

When GTX 690 was released the yields back at TSMC was horrible for Nvidia. Nvidia couldn`t get the wafers they needed to make the GTX 690. Thats why they sold them out everywhere.

Now the yields are better than the demand from AMD and Nvidia, thats why stores always have GTX 690 and 680 and 7970 in stock. It doesn`t mean they don`t sell any of them. Well of course its less than @ launch since many have bought their GPU and many are waiting for 8000/700 series, but they still sell them. smile.gif

used ones too XD
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Originally Posted by Xichong View Post


Proven FAKE!!

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5800985

Its two 680's.
Edited by Phishy714 - 2/3/13 at 5:03pm
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Proved FAKE!!

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5800985

Its two 680's.

Nice find!
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I'm so shocked... rolleyes.gif
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