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At least HWC had a note about 9am.
So, should I buy the EVGA, MSI, ASUS or Galaxy version of the Titan?
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Hmm. I didn't realize they didn't officially support it on 580/680s. Maybe that's why scaling sucks - they haven't bothered to optimize it.

I think they don't officially support Quad card SLI because it is outside of ATX spec.
Edited by sherlock - 2/20/13 at 6:48pm
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So, should I buy the EVGA, MSI, ASUS or Galaxy version of the Titan?

If you live in the US you only get to choose between EVGA and Asus.
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This is Crysis 3 maxed out ("Very High", SMAA MGPU (2x), 16xAF) across 3 1600P monitors (3x Dell U3011 in Portrait Mode) @ 5160x2560:



3 GTX-Titans against GTX-680 Classified 4-Way SLI would be interesting. I'm betting that I would need 4 GTX-Titans to run games like Crysis 3 ~ 60FPS on a setup like mine.

I think Crysis 3 would be the only exception here (unless you count Metro due to terrible coding), and that's no surprise when they claimed it would be the best looking game for years to come. If he was on 5160x2560, 3x or more Titans is justified... but he's on 2560x1440. A single 680 can handle 1440p pretty well and he already has 4. I'm all for overkill, but that seems a bit extreme. He'd be better spending more on additional monitors or something, but hey it's not my money. tongue.gif

I feel like 3 Titans would destroy 4x 680s Classified, due to 4 way SLI not scaling anywhere near 100%.
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So, should I buy the EVGA, MSI, ASUS or Galaxy version of the Titan?

ASUS and EVGA are your only options in the US unless you want to wait a few more months.
Edited by Murlocke - 2/20/13 at 6:54pm
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If you live in the US you only get to choose between EVGA and Asus.

Does Evga usually let you upgrade to their classified cards through their step up program? That might come into play when choosing if they do.
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I think Crysis 3 would be the only exception here (unless you count Metro due to terrible coding), and that's no surprise when they claimed it would be the best looking game for years to come. If he was on 5160x2560, 3x or more Titans is justified... but he's on 2560x1440. A single 680 can handle 1440p pretty well and he already has 4. All for overkill, but that seems a bit extreme. He'd be better spending more on additional monitors or something, but hey it's not my money. tongue.gif

I feel like 3 Titans would destroy 4x 680s Classified, due to 4 way SLI not scaling anywhere near 100%.

That would be true for lower resolutions but CallsignVega did a comparison of 2-Way, 3-Way, and 4-Way SLI GPUs with a bunch of different games showing that 4-Way does scale quite well (not 100% of course) with high resolution (3 30" monitors is as high as it gets for now).

Thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/988583/vegas-sli-scaling-thread
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Does Evga usually let you upgrade to their classified cards through their step up program? That might come into play when choosing if they do.

No they don't. The step-up is from one model to the next, not versions of the same model.
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So, should I buy the EVGA, MSI, ASUS or Galaxy version of the Titan?

In the States we get to pick between Asus and EVGA, I will be getting whichever I can get the soonest.
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In the States we get to pick between Asus and EVGA, I will be getting whichever I can get the soonest.

Good plan. I'll probably do the same. thumb.gif
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I actually believe two Titans under water will beat four 680's or 7970's when its all said and done...
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I actually believe two Titans under water will beat four 680's or 7970's when its all said and done...

LOL.. and some people "believe" the earth is 6000 years old. rolleyes.gif
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