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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...

Well, assuming equal performance, a single card setup is superior in every way to a multi GPU setup.
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I'm going to guess Titan will be power delivery limited like the 690. Dropping from 15 to 14 units would allow the clock to jump from 732 to 784. So if it is 875, then they've tuned something to lower power by ~12% or so. This thing would be a water cooling beast if the power delivery was available. Sounds like a modder's job ... thumb.gif
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From the 3D mark 11 benchmark numbers, I wouldn't be surprised if the Titan scores were actually a 7990, given that it comes in just below the GTX 690. Guess we'll have to wait and see.
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From the 3D mark 11 benchmark numbers, I wouldn't be surprised if the Titan scores were actually a 7990, given that it comes in just below the GTX 690. Guess we'll have to wait and see.

every 7990 review I've seen has it ahead of the 690.
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Lol, if only...
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LOL @ these predictions tongue.gif
http://www.ocaholic.ch/xoops/html/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=955&page=0

Why lol at them? Do you have any more info that disproves this?
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Why lol at them? Do you have any more info that disproves this?
According to those specs, the Titan has 75% higher FLOPS, 75% higher texture fillrate than a 680, 50% higher pixel fillrate, and 50% more memory bandwidth compared to a 680. Even if Kepler scales perfectly with more calculating power and there are no architectural bottlenecks, it would still not be able to provide a 100% increase in framerate.

It's like saying an engine doing 300HP will push a 1000kg vehicle twice as fast as an engine doing 200HP pushing the same vehicle, complete nonsense.
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Why lol at them? Do you have any more info that disproves this?

I mean, come on... rolleyes.gif

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Final specs of Titan:

GTX Titan reference model will have 875MHz as base clock. Unknown how high the turbo will go.

Asus GTX Titan posted earlier have 915MHz as base clock, and it turbo up to 1019MHz. It will not have 512bit bus but 384bit.

Both models will have 1502MHz for the GDDR5.
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