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post #111 of 1002
The chinese people who usually leak the benchmarks way ahead of other sources can`t publish the scores either, since the Titan is most likely only sent to a handful of reviewer sites to keep everything clean.

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I wonder how the Titan will compare against the 7xx in Q4... It would suck to put out 900$ and then have to replace it later in the year.
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I really hope the guys thinking that this will beat a 690 aren't getting their hopes up...

I mean I've been touting GK110 as the best thing since sliced bread for almost a year now but cmon, lets be realistic.

Agreed that it is unlikely, but even if it were say ~40-50% faster than the GTX680/7970GE.......that's still a beastly chip. Since not only will it have the gaming performance but also the GPGPU performance should also smash the 7970GE (let alone what it will do to the GTX680). So you get the best of both worlds.

But from the sounds of it, Titan will be more than 40-50% faster (looking at the specs would support that theory) which is still a staggering performance increase that was achieved without a new architecture being used. Even the GTX580 was only 20% faster than the GTX480 and that was a decent improvement using the same architecture. So getting a 40%+ increase........how can anyone possibly argue that that is not an incredible feat
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I wonder how the Titan will compare against the 7xx in Q4... It would suck to put out 900$ and then have to replace it later in the year.

Why would you have to replace it? Only reason I can see is if you want to benchmark whore.
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I wonder how the Titan will compare against the 7xx in Q4... It would suck to put out 900$ and then have to replace it later in the year.
Doubt that as the gtx7XX will likely be having small dies al over again.
It is like comparing a gtx275 with a gtx460
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Why would you have to replace it? Only reason I can see is if you want to benchmark whore.

I am just looking ahead. I am interested in seeing how the Titan performs, however, they could have a 790 Q4 that is faster than the Titan is what I'm trying to say. Some people may want more FPS on ultra setting games, not everyone is a benchmark whore.
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Even the GTX580 was only 20% faster than the GTX480 and that was a decent improvement using the same architecture. So getting a 40%+ increase........how can anyone possibly argue that that is not an incredible feat


Maybe this is the real 680, some say that the current 680 is a mid-range GPU. Maybe Nvidia is finally releasing "The Real GTX 680"
 
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Maybe this is the real 680, some say that the current 680 is a mid-range GPU. Maybe Nvidia is finally releasing "The Real GTX 680"
It contained a mid end chip which has been clocked the hell out.
So yeah however I think they planned it this way the "Forest" tesla cards being rebranded to high end GTX cards.
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These cards have a real possibility of destroying my bank balance before the end of the month. biggrin.gif
    
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Maybe this is the real 680, some say that the current 680 is a mid-range GPU. Maybe Nvidia is finally releasing "The Real GTX 680"

GK110 was originally intended to be the GTX680, it's a known fact

But obviously when Nvidia saw just how good GK104 was they decided to use the GK110 as a Tesla card only as there was no reason to release a GK110 based GeForce product as they cost much MUCH more to produce than the GK104 chips (much larger die) and it didn't make economic sense for them to do so.

However the point still stands. Kepler is an amazing architecture. The simple fact that the mid-range GK104 keeps up with Tahiti XT and then the original high-end chip (GK110) puts both of them to shame.....it just goes to show what a wonderful job the engineers at Nvidia did with Kepler and they should be praised for their work. Its by no-means an easy job to design a new GPU architecture and given that Kepler is as efficient and powerful as it is, they should be acknowledged for their work. No matter whether you are an AMD or Nvidia fan, you have to give credit where it is due. And by god do the engineers at Nvidia deserve praise for what they acheived with Kepler thumb.gif
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