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Originally Posted by anujsetia View Post

What you are saying is right... I think they already know this as I have been watching these leaks for the past one & half years from guru3d database...
Seems like an implied consent...lol
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can't you just feel the love on this thread.. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by gladiator7 View Post

I am not assuming, just read it your self and compare the core/memory clocks given for the high scores on the Top 30 with that of stock. 3d mark 11
Edit: I think that we are talking past each other. I am not saying that these reviews sites have OCD their cards for running benchmarks, which they don't typically, what I am saying is that Top 30 scores have.

You can't compare core/memory clock speed on a GTX 680/690 to a GTX Titan....

A GTX 680 is clocked much higher than a GTX Titan, and the Titan still beats it by ~44%. An extreme example, is comparing a 3.6GHz Pentium 4 to a 3.6GHz Ivy Bridge... you just can't do it. The Ivy bridge would run circles around it.
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Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post

Yeah, they've done it and if I'm correct this isn't even the 700 series.

700 series is the mainstream chip which will not beat titan. A 780 will probably have about a $499 MSRP, and have performance inbetween the 680 and Titan.
Edited by Murlocke - 2/21/13 at 4:22am
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

You can't compare core/memory clock speed on a GTX 690 to a GTX Titan....

A GTX 680 is clocked much higher than a GTX Titan, and the Titan still beats it by ~44%.
Dude, u keep beating the same dead horse , I am just making my observations in the context of that friggin graph...go get some sleep and come back
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Linus review is up!
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