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MY GOD!drool.gif!! How did you hit 1050 core?! I think i have both of mine pushing 870mhz, i'd be terrified to push 180mhz more out of them lol. Oh and to SoloCamo and ghostrider85, 460's can hadle 1080p MORE than fine lol. My sig rig still cranks out games even with my gpu's being bottlenecked pretty bad. D3 at 1080p with AA and shadows off, that is it and I can hold 45-55fps with rare dips when I round up a ton of mobs lol.
I had some pretty good luck with my 460's kinda.

1st was an MSi Hawk and it hit 980Mhz for 2 weeks before it blew up, i RMA'd it and got another that did 940Mhz until i sold it afew months later.

My 570s are very disappointing in contrast. None of them could reach 900Mhz. Hoping my 7970 will top 1250Mhz when i get a new cooler for it on thursday.
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Yes! been saving up all year for this. biggrin.gif

Will they put 2 of these gpus on a single card? like 790 or something.

Not likely, it's power consumption would be ridiculous and keeping it cool would be an issue. I'm not even going to talk about cost.....
 
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MY GOD!drool.gif!! How did you hit 1050 core?! I think i have both of mine pushing 870mhz, i'd be terrified to push 180mhz more out of them lol. Oh and to SoloCamo and ghostrider85, 460's can hadle 1080p MORE than fine lol. My sig rig still cranks out games even with my gpu's being bottlenecked pretty bad. D3 at 1080p with AA and shadows off, that is it and I can hold 45-55fps with rare dips when I round up a ton of mobs lol.

Not to derail the thread but this needs to be put to an end. The 460 even at 1200 core (if you somehow miraculously did it) is not maxing out all games @ 1080p thumb.gif You proved it yourself, if you can't even max D3 (I'm assuming diablo 3 which is hardly gpu intensive) @ 1080p w/ AA and shadows OFF - then it's clearly not maxing games wink.gif PM me if you want to discuss further, as we are going off topic again tongue.gif

As far as the ocaholic benchmarks, I don't believe them at all. You are telling me in Skyrim (http://www.ocaholic.ch/xoops/html/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=955&page=5) One 680 pulls a hair over 100fps, two 680's in SLI pulls about 130fps... and then ONE TITAN pulls 215fps? And that's at 1080p, where the 680's aren't really that bandwidth limited... My bull meter went off the charts rolleyes.gif
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MY GOD!drool.gif!! How did you hit 1050 core?! I think i have both of mine pushing 870mhz, i'd be terrified to push 180mhz more out of them lol. Oh and to SoloCamo and ghostrider85, 460's can hadle 1080p MORE than fine lol. My sig rig still cranks out games even with my gpu's being bottlenecked pretty bad. D3 at 1080p with AA and shadows off, that is it and I can hold 45-55fps with rare dips when I round up a ton of mobs lol.

Not to derail the thread but this needs to be put to an end. The 460 even at 1200 core (if you somehow miraculously did it) is not maxing out all games @ 1080p thumb.gif You proved it yourself, if you can't even max D3 (I'm assuming diablo 3 which is hardly gpu intensive) @ 1080p w/ AA and shadows OFF - then it's clearly not maxing games wink.gif PM me if you want to discuss further, as we are going off topic again tongue.gif

As far as the ocaholic benchmarks, I don't believe them at all. You are telling me in Skyrim (http://www.ocaholic.ch/xoops/html/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=955&page=5) One 680 pulls a hair over 100fps, two 680's in SLI pulls about 130fps... and then ONE TITAN pulls 215fps? And that's at 1080p, where the 680's aren't really that bandwidth limited... My bull meter went off the charts :rolleyes
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Doesn't the wider memory bus help more than has been assumed by calculations? I'm not saying those benchmarks are true, I just figured it'd be a good time to ask this...

Even though the bandwidth overall might not be a tremendous improvement, say you've got a game that uses 1500MBs of VRAM, tested on the 680 and Titan. Even though it's not coming close to either card's limit, wouldn't Titan perform much better because of the wider memory interface?

Just wondering what gains we'll see with the 384-bit, as we've only seen Little-Kepler with the 256. Big Brother is upon us... gunner2.gif
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55-60% faster than a GTX 680 is a great result, but it wouldn't be worth $900-1000 to me.
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55-60% faster than a GTX 680 is a great result, but it wouldn't be worth $900-1000 to me.

They're getting away with the high price tag because: 1.) They claim it's a 'limited edition', 2.) It has no competition (and will not for quite some time if AMD's rumors are true)

So, unfortunately, if you want to bet that the 700-series will be out in Q2 and are wrong, then you might be waiting a while for another upgrade. That's why I'm going with a Titan or two. I could always sell them and get most of my money back anyways, so, no biggie smile.gif
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They're getting away with the high price tag because: 1.) They claim it's a 'limited edition', 2.) It has no competition (and will not for quite some time if AMD's rumors are true)

So, unfortunately, if you want to bet that the 700-series will be out in Q2 and are wrong, then you might be waiting a while for another upgrade. That's why I'm going with a Titan or two. I could always sell them and get most of my money back anyways, so, no biggie smile.gif

Indeed, but....

There is no need to run out and be an early adopter of Titans, give it a month after release and the price may drop a bit. And lets be honest, any price drop is welcomed from those rumoured release prices floating around.
 
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55-60% faster than a GTX 680 is a great result, but it wouldn't be worth $900-1000 to me.

Agreed. That would put the Titan at only 65- 70% the speed of a 690. Unless you are running 2560 eyefinity and truely need 6gb of vram this card is a bust for 900 imo. I'm hoping for closer to 75-80% faster then a stock 680 putting the Titan closer to 85-90% of a 690.
 
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Agreed. That would put the Titan at only 65- 70% the speed of a 690. Unless you are running 2560 eyefinity and truely need 6gb of vram this card is a bust for 900 imo. I'm hoping for closer to 75-80% faster then a stock 680 putting the Titan closer to 85-90% of a 690.

Exactly, and if not, atleast drop the price to $599-$699 TOPS.
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If it costs 900 bucks, you could just buy 3 7950s and call it a day. You'd get far better performance in benchmarks than this card (Admit it, that's the main reason anyone would want this card). I gotta say, I'll pass on this one. If anything, it'd be worth waiting for the 8xxx series from AMD, which will most likely offer more performance for less money.
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