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So we will never get non reference models? That blows, because I would prefer a custom made card that produces less heat and noise. Never liked reference cards because they run hot and produce a lot of noise under load, but I'm still curious about this card.

Called a water block!

Who ever doesn't put this card under water is silly.
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post #82 of 999
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Called a water block!

Who ever doesn't put this card under water is silly.
yup, if you don't have money to watercool then i doubt that you can afford to buy this titan.
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TELL ME IM FUNNY!

You're funny. I honestly chuckled at the paper mache ring.
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Without AA. And a 460 at 1050 core is pretty damn fast in case you didn't know. Furthermore, I was referring to the 680 in when I was talking about 1440p with 32xaa. Anyone who thought otherwise just loved to knit-pick at anything they find.

How the hell did you get your 460 to 1050? That's a tall feat for a 560, let alone a 460.
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post #85 of 999
Really interested to see what Actual Performance this card brings to the table. Based on the accounts of it being a highly limited card I don't think everyone saying they are selling their 680s etc will be able to get a card.

I am doing well with my 7950s, I think I will save for a few years and then do a complete system overhaul, as opposed to paying almost half the cost of a new top end rig for one limited card. And yes I realize I am not the target market for this card.

I will give it to Nvidia, this a good marketing strategy. Delay new edition in order to spike demand for new high price item, then drop 7XX later to even greater demand as a result of the limited number of people able to upgrade to titan. Creates a sort of addicted to GPUs snowball effect. biggrin.gif
 
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How is Maxwell not that far away? GTX 780 is rumored to be out in Q4 and Maxwell, which was scheduled for Q1 2014 like it usually is, will probably be pushed back to Q4 2014. Therefore Maxwell is probably almost 2 years away.

Am I missing something?

I just dont see it being delayed sorry..And with crysis 3 coming out nvidia knows they bout to make bank when they drop the 700s
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Wait for maxwell or pay premium for near-maxwell performance with Titan?
Man, having a dillema here.
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I just dont see it being delayed sorry..And with crysis 3 coming out nvidia knows they bout to make bank when they drop the 700s

Good point. It would be stupid for Nvidia not to release a high quantity card for Crysis 3, so maybe the Q4 release of the 780 isn't true and Nvidia actually releases it in March/April and Maxwell comes out in Q1 2014.

Would it be stupid of me to buy Titan and in two years buy the refresh of Maxwell?
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If this card is only 55-60% faster than a GTX 680. That means the difference between it and a 7970GE especially at high resolutions will be much lower.
Actually 7970GE wrecks the 680 at high resolutions.
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Also hope the scaling in SLI is much better with the Titan.
At anything above $750 this card will be horrendously overpriced for its performance.
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If this card is only 55-60% faster than a GTX 680. That means the difference between it and a 7970GE especially at high resolutions will be much lower.
Actually 7970GE wrecks the 680 at high resolutions.

The 7970GE pulls ahead of the 680 at higher resolutions because the 680 performance falls off. So if the Titan doesn't feature the same slowdown (if it is caused by the memory bus, for example) then the gap with the 7970GE would remain constant instead of narrowing. I'd guess that if the Titan does have a 384-bit bus it won't suffer the same slowdowns a high resolution and the 7970GE won't make up any ground.
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