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I just mutiplied all the 680 scores with 1.6 (60%)
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_670_FTW_Signature_2/1.html

YOU CAN'T DO THAT
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YOU CAN'T DO THAT
In b4 a 5GHz quad is the same thing as a 20GHz single
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lol...

IPS screens can actually update and display pixel faster than any comparable TN panel that isn't overdriven to ****. Combined with the new IPS such as the Overlord Tempest with no OSD, and scaler, which means very little or non existant input lag. Compare that to the BenQ, or Asus and it's very similar. But it's only because TN panels can be significantly overdriven successfully ( not really ) compared to S-IPS or H-IPS people assume TN is "faster"

In reality, unless you're a competitive gamer, you can't really notice the different between a GOOD 1440P 60Hz vs a GOOD TN 60Hz. The Samsung 60Hz 2MS TN is nearly the same as the HP ZR2740W that I own, in fact I believe the ZR2740W is actually faster than the TN @ 66Hz or Even 70Hz due to not needing to overdrive it as hard.

Sorry for Off Topic, but this debate about the monitors the last few pages have gotten me annoyed.

That said, I'm seriously considering one, if not two GTX Titans to upgrade my current system, however, for me, when I upgrade major components like these I generally build a new system around it, so I'm not sure if I should grab 2-3 Titans and keep them on my shelve until I have the budget for a new 3930K system, as when I build I like everything to be "fresh". In that case, I might just go with one Titan on the current rig, and get 2-3 GTX780s and go IVY-E

Bang-on brutha! My Catleap 2B Extreme has no OSD and only one DVI-D input, and when clocked at 120Hz the image movement in FPS games is clear and fast! My response times in-game are great and I can always tell who is playing on a 60Hz monitor because I usually have time to line them up and shoot before they even turn to face me! Hahaha. Good stuff fo sho!

I'm leaning towards getting two of them as well for a somewhat future proof gpu arsenal, and them move to tri-SLI GTX 880s in a new IVY-E build. wink.gif
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He said it's what he thinks it would look like.
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YOU CAN'T DO THAT

For some yes, but of course the games that are CPU bound will be wrong. Well never mind me tongue.gif
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3DMark benchmarks saw 60% better performance out of Titan compared to GTX 680
2560x1600, most of the games with 4xAA. This is what the performance would look like:

Alan Wake:
78FPS

Assassin Creed 3:
67FPS

Batman:
95FPS

Battlefield 3:
73FPS

Borderlands 2:
123FPS

Black Ops 2:
118FPS

Crysis:
54FPS

Crysis 2:
65FPS

Crysis 3 Beta 1080p 4XMSAA:
55FPS

Diablo 3:
187FPS

Far Cry 3:
36FPS

F1 2012:
122FPS

Hitman:
35FPS

Max Payne 3:
81FPS

Metro 2033:
35FPS

Sleeping Dogs:
67FPS

Starcraft 2:
255FPS

Skyrim:
100FPS

I already get 120fps in Black OPs II on my 27" Catleap, with an overclocked GTX 680 (1215/6610). If the Titan isn't v-synced on that console port, it will get 1 trillion fps and screen tearing!! LoL
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Thanks for the input. Does anybody else have on thought of running SLI Titans with an overclocked 3770K. I would hate to spend the extra money if it is not needed, but I would hate to spend the money on a 3770K setup and not have it work.

Two Titan's will work great on a Z77/3770K. I will run two Titan's on my sig system below until Haswell comes out.
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I am building a brand new rig next month, and Titans in SLI has really gotten me thinking. My only concern is what it will do to my planned build around a 3770k processor and a maximus formula v 1155 socket motherboard. I am assuming I will be cpu limited and need to bump up to a 3930k, and a 2011 maximus motherboard. Can I get away with the 3770k set up? That would make it much more affordable to do a Titan SLI setup. Also, what is a safe bet for how many watts I would need in a PSU for SLI titans? Thanks.
If you have a 3770k means also you have a more limitated bandwidth on the pcie lanes.

I think the cpu itself shouldn't be much a problem.
I want 2 titan too, since I bought the 2 690 and found out the scaling was very bad, on lga 1055 and 2011
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Two Titan's will work great on a Z77/3770K. I will run two Titan's on my sig system below until Haswell comes out.
What about a Z68/3770K combo? Any difference?
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Two Titan's will work great on a Z77/3770K. I will run two Titan's on my sig system below until Haswell comes out.
What about a Z68/3770K combo? Any difference?

Eh. I'd suggest getting a Z77 board for the PCIe 3.0 bandwidths. Your processor wont' bottleneck the cards, but I'm wondering if the board will thinking.gif Until it's proven, this is negligeable. The Z68 will be fine
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