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post #171 of 1636
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Originally Posted by Masked View Post

I actually have built many PC's with 2x690's and personally own, a dual rig with 4x680's and 4x7970's...I would never release a product without testing it.

I'm not making ignorant statements...I am making statements for which I can't provide 100% evidence for beyond my word, however.

"Folks don't know how to run quad"? Gjob trolling.

The X79 platform has immense microstuttering issues and scaling issues already...Enough so, that I'd actually argue that a 690/Titan would be the ideal answer. Nvidia/Intel even admit to the X79 having these issues so, I don't quite understand why this is even a discussion.

Dual 690's will not beat Tri-Titan, actually...The scalability is just not there. ~ In fact, I'd even argue that with a quad setup, you wouldn't beat 3 titans. Actually, considering the scaling, I'd almost bet you 2 titans beat 3 680's -- Not by much, though.

The ultimate issue is scaling and admitting there are flaws on the platform...Which have always existed...

Pardon my ignorance, but where does that come from, you guys are starting to worry me...
I came from a X58 platforme and now X79 and haven't had particular scaling or microstuttering issues with my newest rig.
post #172 of 1636
A liquid cooled one coming out too? Pretty sweet Nvidia!
post #173 of 1636
Apparently these will be on sale in Finland mid to late next week. Asus models.
 
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post #174 of 1636
Again from tomshardware
Last page of the review
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-titan-gk110-review,3438-7.html
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The company says to expect availability the week of February 25.
 
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No I didn't.

And I'm just going to leave it at that because I don't want to repeat what happened in the previous thread.

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I doubt that you have built many quad 690 systems. There are not enough folks running a quad system, but if anyone has been helped please speak up if this guy built your system.
You are the one trolling pal.

Anyone find the irony of this coming from an account set up in Feb. 2013?
post #177 of 1636
I'm impressed, liquid cooled version in the works, Voltage unlocked on partner preference, mass produced, not a limited edition. Basically the gtx 580 of this gen, but more expensive.

Looking forward to benchmarks even more now, especially overclocked ones.
post #178 of 1636
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Originally Posted by Phishy714 View Post

Anyone find the irony of this coming from an account set up in Feb. 2013?
so the new members don't count
post #179 of 1636
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Originally Posted by gladiator7 View Post

I doubt that you have built many quad 690 systems. There are not enough folks running a quad system, but if anyone has been helped please speak up if this guy built your system.
You are the one trolling pal.

By Quad 690s are you trying to refer to 4 actual 690's on a motherboard or are you referring to (What I assumed you were) 4 cores, I.E 2 690's on a motherboard?

...If you're referring to 4x690's, welcome to my ignore list, troll. If you're logically referring to what's possible and within the realm of reason then no sir, you're incorrect.

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Pardon my ignorance, but where does that come from, you guys are starting to worry me...
I came from a X58 platforme and now X79 and haven't had particular scaling or microstuttering issues with my newest rig.

There are some notable flaws with X79 ~ In particular, stuttering.

About 40% of my customers have the issue and essentially, you'll just see a random stutter.

Scaling also isn't perfect, there are some issues with scalability and programming but, it's basically just a half life on performance past a certain point.

I'm not talking about issues that would make the average person dump the platform, I'm talking about random/sporadic issues that might "annoy" you occasionally.
post #180 of 1636
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so the new members don't count

Look around, there are plenty of folks on these forums alone running Quad SLI and Quadfire rigs.

Oh, and "Quad 690"..... I really hope you are thinking Dual, since a single 690 is already an SLI setup...
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