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post #491 of 999
Converting doesn't really work that well.

As a rule of thumb: with 20%+ VAT inc. european prices $=€ if you want to get a rough idea of the US price
 
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I see. Thanks. Yeah I pretty much never need to convert with pounds or Euros or anything like that, so, don't really know about the nuances like that smile.gif
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Yeah they had a lot of different models, some factory OC'd. But I'm just more or less referencing the rumor that partners weren't even allowed to put stickers on their cards, or something like that. If that ends up not being true, and Asus releases a factory OC'd card right off the bat......oh man, getting excited again. Someone please get some chips over to MSI! (yes, drooling over the thought of a Titan Lightning biggrin.gif)

They have to be reference design so no Lightning. I think they can still clock them to whatever they want as long as the voltage is reference...
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They have to be reference design so no Lightning. I think they can still clock them to whatever they want as long as the voltage is reference...

Agreed. One can advertise a slightly higher clock to get more sales, but the risk of unstable cards would go way up.
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Did anyone see this site? Sorry, can't keep up with all the sites that are posted. http://www.lasystems.be/ASUS/GTXTITAN-6GD5/GTXTITAN6GbGraphicscard/product/336667.html

$1250 USD ? cryingsmiley.gif

Huh? No,
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Excl. VAT: € 806.09

So, 806 euros...
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Yeah they had a lot of different models, some factory OC'd. But I'm just more or less referencing the rumor that partners weren't even allowed to put stickers on their cards, or something like that. If that ends up not being true, and Asus releases a factory OC'd card right off the bat......oh man, getting excited again. Someone please get some chips over to MSI! (yes, drooling over the thought of a Titan Lightning biggrin.gif)

They have to be reference design so no Lightning. I think they can still clock them to whatever they want as long as the voltage is reference...

If they have to keep the voltage at a certain level, they probably wouldn't have many to sell at higher speeds. They'd have to bin the already-low amount they're getting. Who knows though. They might sell a Titan at the ~840mhz, and then a Titan+ or whatever they call it at a small OC. But yeah I'd go with it. Not for the small factory OC, but for the small increase in the odds of getting a good overclocker.

Edit:

Yeah, just found this stating that the partners can play around with the clock frequencies http://browse.feedreader.com/c/ChipLoco-1/317935320
So, should be interesting. But yeah I'll go with the higher core clock for sure. Spending all that money, might as well go for the gold smile.gif
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post #497 of 999
Depends for me. If the EVGA is $800 and the Asus is $1k I'll take the EVGA! biggrin.gif
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If they have to keep the voltage at a certain level, they probably wouldn't have many to sell at higher speeds. They'd have to bin the already-low amount they're getting. Who knows though. They might sell a Titan at the ~840mhz, and then a Titan+ or whatever they call it at a small OC. But yeah I'd go with it. Not for the small factory OC, but for the small increase in the odds of getting a good overclocker.
As do I, I always tend to get good cards my gtx570 rocked however it was superclocked already (the SC version was the same price as the stock so that is warranty + oc)
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If they have to keep the voltage at a certain level, they probably wouldn't have many to sell at higher speeds. They'd have to bin the already-low amount they're getting. Who knows though. They might sell a Titan at the ~840mhz, and then a Titan+ or whatever they call it at a small OC. But yeah I'd go with it. Not for the small factory OC, but for the small increase in the odds of getting a good overclocker.
As do I, I always tend to get good cards my gtx570 rocked however it was superclocked already (the SC version was the same price as the stock so that is warranty + oc)

Nice. I went with reference 570s and got pretty good ones. One did 950mhz core with 1.1v, the other around 920mhz. Couldn't keep it cool enough for gaming, obviously. But was nice for a bench or two. So, good silicon can hide in the references too, but I'd rather take my chances with the higher-clocked Titan wink.gif
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Depends for me. If the EVGA is $800 and the Asus is $1k I'll take the EVGA! biggrin.gif

I bet the asus will be like 25-50$ more - I wanna say the asus 690 was 25$ more than the EVGA? Anyway, I really like asus, if it's clocked higher I believe I would get it. Have had many asus products over the years, they've never failed me. Asus have been my go-to motherboard brand while I have loved the Lightning line from MSI for GPUs.

This is of course assuming it retails for a price around 900$. If it's close to 1000$ i'd have a really tough time considering Titan because it's basically the same price as a 690 while performing worse - that would make little sense unless I really needed a 2000$ sli setup.
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