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You are seriously quoting wikipedia... the website that anyone can go in.. and change information.. at their will.. with or without any source of their own..?

Let me go ahead and change that launch date to 2012 and we'll see if you believe it.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_700_Series

Feb 18th looks like its going to be the day it drops hopefully we will see the 780/770s follow soon after

Guess i was wrong about feb 18th lol

http://videocardz.com/39536/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-to-be-released-on-february-18th
Edited by DETERMINOLOGY - 2/12/13 at 8:00pm
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Id laugh if one Titan could take down my 680 SLI lightnings in any game that is SLI compatible. 20% oc or not.

Would only consider two of these if the price comes down a fairly huge amount, given no custom cooler/vrm/over-volting.
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Not happening Geno. Your 680 Lightnings will be comfortably ahead of a single Titan even OC'd...
post #394 of 565
Not sure if this has been posted before, but according to wcctech, Titan core clock = 875Mhz. Not quite there with the GTX690 base clock, but only 5% less and certainly much better than the Tesla K20x base clock. If accurate, looks like performance is about 90% of the GTX690 or roughly 60% higher than a single GTX680. We should see some real benchmarks in a week. biggrin.gif Definitely looking forward to that..
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Id laugh if one Titan could take down my 680 SLI lightnings in any game that is SLI compatible. 20% oc or not.

Would only consider two of these if the price comes down a fairly huge amount, given no custom cooler/vrm/over-volting.

Wouldn't expect it to.

One Titan with a 20%ish OC may catch up STOCK 680 SLI... but something tells me your Lightnings are not at stock. tongue.gif
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Not sure how you're going to get a 20% OC on a voltage-locked card with a massive die and already clocked fairly aggressively at stock (in comparison to Tesla)? My guess is that with Green Light the Titan will not be a very good clocker at all...
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I'd take a single GPU over SLI anyday, even 20% slower. The minimum FPS will be much better and that's what counts.
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God the criticisms lobbed at SLI/CF setups is getting old. I haven't owned a setup that wasn't SLI or CF for years and have never had any serious issues with it. Granted I stick to dual card setups but this idea that a single GPU is ALWAYS better than a dual is just incorrect in my experience. I'd always rather have two cards than one...
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Not sure how you're going to get a 20% OC on a voltage-locked card with a massive die and already clocked fairly aggressively at stock (in comparison to Tesla)? My guess is that with Green Light the Titan will not be a very good clocker at all...

Get two Titans and it will be faster than any dual/tri SLI/CF setups (excluding GTX 690).

Not to mention the scaling after the 2nd GPU is terrible.

I'll take two Titans please.
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Not sure how you're going to get a 20% OC on a voltage-locked card with a massive die and already clocked fairly aggressively at stock (in comparison to Tesla)? My guess is that with Green Light the Titan will not be a very good clocker at all...

*shrugs* We will see. I plan on SLI'ing it so that I can comfortably max out games like Crysis 3 with AA at 1600p (w/ 60 FPS mins). I would take 2 even if it is a bad clocker.

That said, I am not completely convinced it will be voltage locked. Nvidia would sell more cards and gain back mind share even if they only gave us 0.05 volts to play with. Would be a savvy move on their part. Furthermore, if the card is clocked around 850 then a 20% OC is about 1025. Considering that many 680s can do 1250 with no voltage change I don't think 20% is a mind boggling OC with locked voltage on Titan depending on stock boost clocks.
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