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Originally Posted by PostalTwinkie View Post

I think this is more accurate than what is currently being argued.

The individual cards are passively cooled while the entire system as a whole is actively cooled. Look at the consumer market....

We actively force air, with fans, through our systems. We also have fans actively cooling our cards, although we can buy passive coolers...which don't have fans to put them on the card.

Why is it OK to say that when we remove the fan on our cards it is passive cooling, but it isn't passive cooling at a large level like with Titan?

so a cpu with a heatsink that has a fan blowing in to it is active, but a heat sink on a k20 in a supercomputer that has air blowing through it is passive.

makes perfect sense.
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Tesla GPUs - Passive cooled
Cabinet - Active cooled
The system - Active cooled

/discussion

What a silly discussion
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post #144 of 225
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so a cpu with a heatsink that has a fan blowing in to it is active, but a heat sink on a k20 in a supercomputer that has air blowing through it is passive.

makes perfect sense.

We have our system with air actively blowing through it.

Our cards have fans on their heatsinks actively blowing air through them.

Titan Supercomputer has air actively blowing through it.

Tesla K20s do not have fans on their heatsinks actively blowing air through them.

Basically, we actively cool both our systems and our cards. Titan Supercomputer actively cools the system but passively cools the cards. Although Titan is having 42 degree air shoved through it, not sure if anyone here keeps their house that cold. =D
    
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post #145 of 225
Thread cleaned rolleyes.gif

Apologies to my fellow staffer, but a card without a fan directly attached to it's heat sink is called PASSIVELY FRIGGIN COOLED.

I cannot believe you guys are still going on about this.

Back on topic, please.

The Titan for the consumer market is going to be actively cooled, I'd bet dollars to donuts.
    
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post #146 of 225
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Thread cleaned rolleyes.gif

Apologies to my fellow staffer, but a card without a fan directly attached to it's heat sink is called PASSIVELY FRIGGIN COOLED.

Fair enough. thumb.gif
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Don't want 2x DVI Dual Link, 1x HDMI and 1x DP connections for this card. Want at least 3x DVI Dual Link and 1x DP connection like the GTX 690.

With 6GB of VRAM what's the point of this card unless it can run 5-6 screens. 3 screen surround with an accessory screen will never use 6GB of VRAM. 4GB would even be pushing it... If this is true, stupid short sighted Nvidia. We want surround screen support that matches eyefinity.
    
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It look to be heading that way. Some way a lesson has to be taught .....
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We done arguing over stuff that is nowhere near relevant? Great. I'm at a loss right now between the threads on the titan, if it's only 40% better than the 680, there's no justifiable reason for anyone to purchase. It doesn't slot in the way it does with the 680 to 690. Also for people drawing the comparisons to the 670 vs 680 yeah there's a pricing mistmatch IMHO there, but nowhere near the magnitude of the titan if specs are true.
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We done arguing over stuff that is nowhere near relevant? Great. I'm at a loss right now between the threads on the titan, if it's only 40% better than the 680, there's no justifiable reason for anyone to purchase. It doesn't slot in the way it does with the 680 to 690. Also for people drawing the comparisons to the 670 vs 680 yeah there's a pricing mistmatch IMHO there, but nowhere near the magnitude of the titan if specs are true.

The vast majority of rumors, and guess based off known K20 specs, is that Titan will be about 85% to on par with a GTX 690. The reason for this is we know that GK110 has double the transistor count and a 384-bit memory bus vs the 256-bit found on GK104.

Here is hoping!!!!
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