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Enough on the monitors already.
I'm curious about the reasoning for sending 3 cards to the reviewers. Do they really think there is a market for Tri-SLI for these cards? Or is it so reviewers can do single card and SLI benchmarks at more or less the same time, so both reviews are available given the short time they have with the card?

Maybe Nvidia wants the reviewers to show-off/prove the scaling efficiency of these cards in SLI?
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Enough on the monitors already.
I'm curious about the reasoning for sending 3 cards to the reviewers. Do they really think there is a market for Tri-SLI for these cards? Or is it so reviewers can do single card and SLI benchmarks at more or less the same time, so both reviews are available given the short time they have with the card?

Why not give them 3 for Tri-SLI so they can hit the highest benches they can? I say it's probably for both reasons. Certainly if you give then 3.. they will bench all 3. If someone gave me 3 I'd try all 3 together and I know you would Vega thumb.gif
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Why not give them 3 for Tri-SLI so they can hit the highest benches they can? I say it's probably for both reasons. Certainly if you give then 3.. they will bench all 3. If someone gave me 3 I'd try all 3 together and I know you would Vega thumb.gif

Maybe they want to show that 3 Titans in SLI crush 2-690s in quad-sli for those really extreme gamers/benchers.... rolleyes.gif
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So as I'm to understand it, the Titan is expected to perform slightly less than the 690 for roughly the same price (maybe 10% less?). So what would be the benefits to buying the Titan over the 690? Other than some savings in power.
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So as I'm to understand it, the Titan is expected to perform slightly less than the 690 for roughly the same price (maybe 10% less?). So what would be the benefits to buying the Titan over the 690? Other than some savings in power.

Single GPU. I know SLI has gotten better, but some people still have problems with it, especially in unsupported games. I'd also imagine the single card Titan will run cooler and quieter than a dual gpu 690.
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So as I'm to understand it, the Titan is expected to perform slightly less than the 690 for roughly the same price (maybe 10% less?). So what would be the benefits to buying the Titan over the 690? Other than some savings in power.

Being able to strap 3 or 4 of them together as well as having x3 the usable memory for ultra high res gaming. I would guess that titan would be great for folders and other people who can never be given enough horsepower.
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New things to consider about Titan (rumors):

- Asus and EVGA will be the only OEMs to make Titan. Atleast for now

- Nvidia will only deliver a limited supply of Titan: 10 000 pcs are available worldwide to begin with.
I think this is because A) They want the GPU to be exclusive for the first customers, B) They haven`t binned enough GK110 chips to push out more now
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/13/13 at 11:32am
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There is optimistic and there is unrealistic scenarios. I just don`t see this GPU beating a SLI 680 or 7970CF.
I`d love to see it happen though smile.gif

Even if it matches it or comes close, its still worth it IMO. 2 4gb 680's cost what, around ~$500? (using the 4gb model for comparison, since Titan has 6gb) So if the Titan comes close to an sli setup, for ~$800-1000 its still a good deal. This is a single gpu people, that should offer close to sli performance from one card. SLI Titans will be the new king of performance. All I have to say is, don't put 3.0 PCIE on the box, if it isnt really ready Nvidia.............................rolleyes.gif

God forbid someone puts 4 way sli together on Titans.....drool.gifdevil.gif

You would need a 6Ghz CPU Sandy-E just to keep up
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post #479 of 565
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New things to consider about Titan:

- Asus and EVGA will be the only OEMs to make Titan. Atleast for now

- Nvidia will only deliver a limited supply of Titan: 10 000 pcs are available worldwide to begin with.
I think this is because A) They want the GPU to be exclusive for the first customers, B) They haven`t binned enough GK110 chips to push out more now

How do you know the initial WW distribution is going to be capped initially at 10,000 units?
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Even if it matches it or comes close, its still worth it IMO. 2 4gb 680's cost what, around ~$500? (using the 4gb model for comparison, since Titan has 6gb) So if the Titan comes close to an sli setup, for ~$800-1000 its still a good deal. This is a single gpu people, that should offer close to sli performance from one card. SLI Titans will be the new king of performance. All I have to say is, don't put 3.0 PCIE on the box, if it isnt really ready Nvidia.............................rolleyes.gif

God forbid someone puts 4 way sli together on Titans.....drool.gifdevil.gif

You would need a 6Ghz CPU Sandy-E just to keep up

Yup absolutely. This GPU for $799 would be pretty sweet deal. Single GPU setup is always nice. It also allow smaller builds, with less heat and less power consumption. Not to mention that it takes a lot less space than SLI configs.

4-way SLI, god, that could run 4K in most games? drool.gif
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