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post #41 of 72
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The titan will be about 85-90% of the performance of a gtx690, without the memory bandwidth issues of the card, and without the internal SLI issues. Take a look here at a pretty reputable source. You can compare it to the 690 and see how it should pan out. It doesn't beat the 690, but it comes close. USD should be about $900. In aus, probably somewhere in the 12-1300 range frown.gif You guys really get shafted in PC hardware costs.
Those are the official specs released by nvidia? Because to be honest I can't really see a single card beating such dual cards.
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post #42 of 72
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Those are the official specs released by nvidia? Because to be honest I can't really see a single card beating such dual cards.

Its TPU, I have no idea where they would get these exact numbers from otherwise... They aren't in the business of making stuff up, or endorsing rumors much. We are 5 days away from when everyone expects titan, so there is some credence that these are the real deal numbers, which they don't know are exposed publicly.
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post #43 of 72
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OK I have made some more adjustments.

CPU: i7 3770K
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post #44 of 72
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OK guys, this is one that I have been waiting for for some time, a friend has entrusted me with building a hell of a system. Its main purpose in life is going to be gaming, with some emulation tasks, lots of multitasking, also a fair bit of Photoshop and 3D modelling work on multiple displays.

Every geeks dream come true. post-flame-small.gif

I hope all the time that my boss will give me this "chore". I guess a guy can dream.

I was looking at your RAM selection. I use photoshop. And I have 8GB RAM. I never thought I would max it out. But the other day when I was editing some really big file sized photos I maxed out my memory. Illustrator wouldnt even open one of them due to low memory. Just ordered a 16GB kit. He may never max it out, but with that being said I would now recommend 16GB. Plus you can set up a RAMdisk with the 16GB and still be just fine with tons of mem left over. And I recommend Corsair and if hes going all out, might as well make it at least 1866mhz.
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post #45 of 72
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OK I have made some more adjustments.

CPU: i7 3770K
Motherboard: Gigabyte UP7
RAM: 2x8GB G.Skill 1600MHz
PSU: Corsair AX860 Platinum
SSD: SanDisk Extreme 480GB

That SSD won't reach those speeds, I would advise 840 pro or 830 if you can find them from samsung. The sandforce controllers use compression to reach those speeds, they are good.. but the samsung pro 840 or 830 series are better.

Also, CL11 1600 ram... really?
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Edited by Avonosac - 2/13/13 at 12:57pm
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post #46 of 72
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Originally Posted by Avonosac View Post

That SSD won't reach those speeds, I would advise 840 pro or 830 if you can find them from samsung. The sandforce controllers use compression to reach those speeds, they are good.. but the samsung pro 840 or 830 series are better.

Also, CL11 1600 ram... really?
This
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This
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post #47 of 72
Sorry, that came off a little dick-ish. You would feel the difference between cl11 1600 ram and the kits I linked. Find similar ones with CL8/9 at 1600, or one of the kits I linked should work out fine.
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post #48 of 72
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Originally Posted by savage1987 View Post

OK I have made some more adjustments.

CPU: i7 3770K
Motherboard: Gigabyte UP7
RAM: 2x8GB G.Skill 1600MHz
PSU: Corsair AX860 Platinum
SSD: SanDisk Extreme 480GB
Just asking, why change? Out of budget? IIRC, X79 platform will be better for 3-way SLI and more ( if that'll be your objective in the future ) since it allows more PCIe lanes something like that, not 100% sure tho.
P.S : CL11 RAM is not very bad but why buy it when you have alternatives? Go for CL9 or even CL8 if you can.
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post #49 of 72
Dell Monitors are actually good, compared to the rest of their stuff...
I'd recommend 3 Monitors in an Eyefinity display...

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&sku=225-3894&redirect=1

But thats obviously going to bump your prices way the hell up smile.gif
Edited by cards525 - 2/13/13 at 1:14pm
 
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Just asking, why change? Out of budget? IIRC, X79 platform will be better for 3-way SLI and more ( if that'll be your objective in the future ) since it allows more PCIe lanes something like that, not 100% sure tho.
P.S : CL11 RAM is not very bad but why buy it when you have alternatives? Go for CL9 or even CL8 if you can.

The reason is the # of PCIe lanes supported by the processors themselves. The UP7 has a PLX chip on it to add to the lanes, it will reduce the performance of the anything in the extra lanes yes, but it wont eliminate them.
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