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So, somebody help me out. How am I going to go about getting a 5.5 GHz on SS cooling 3770K so I can push 120 hz mins in BF3 with some of these bad boys? I am afraid CPU limitation will be very real with these monsters. More cores won't help, we're just going to need pure core speed.

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So, somebody help me out. How am I going to go about getting a 5.5 GHz on SS cooling 3770K so I can push 120 hz mins in BF3 with some of these bad boys? I am afraid CPU limitation will be very real with these monsters. More cores won't help, we're just going to need pure core speed.

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These cards make me happy i bought a 3930K for benching
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post #433 of 1636
What a non-starter, $999.
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post #434 of 1636
Holy ****e. Just watched the above video. 1200 MHz on water is going to be entirely possible on these things. I can't wait for the OC benches!!
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post #435 of 1636
Another important aspect of Titan`s GPU Boost which everyone should learn which shows how insane fast this card is gonna be:

"GPU boost 2.0 doesn`t rely on the actual power the GPU is drawing, it relies on the temperature that the GPU is running at. Watercoolers for example would always run the 680s at very low temperature, but you would reach that power draw limit. So what happend is that the card would stop boosting up, it would stop overclocking itself any further.

Titan will not have that issue. If you keep the temperatures low, Titan will overclock itself very significally. So the baseclock of this guy is 836MHz, with a typical boost clock of 876MHz. However I`ve been told that a watercooled Titan without any further tweaking, without any manual overclocking, would be expected to run anywhere around 950MHz to 1GHz having done nothing because it will dynamically see that the card is not reaching temperatures thats gonna bother it and it will continue to add more voltage and more clock speed to the card til you reach that limit (temperature limit which you choose)
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Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/19/13 at 2:38pm
post #436 of 1636
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Another important aspect of Titan`s GPU Boost which everyone should learn which shows how insane fast this card is gonna be:

"GPU boost 2.0 doesn`t rely on the actual power the GPU is drawing, it relies on the temperature that the GPU is running at. Watercoolers for example would always run the 680s at very low temperature, but you would reach that power draw limit. So what happend is that the card would stop boosting up, it would stop overclocking itself any further.

Titan will not have that issue. If you keep the temperatures low, Titan will overclock itself very significally. So the baseclock of this guy is 836MHz, with a typical boost clock of 876MHz. However I`ve been told that a watercooled Titan without any further tweaking, without any manual overclocking, would be expected to run anywhere around 950MHz to 1GHz having done nothing because it will dynamically see that the card is not reaching temperatures thats gonna bother it and it will continue to add more voltage and more clock speed to the card til you reach that limit[
/B]"

So is it safe to assume that the 780 and such will have this feature as well?
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post #437 of 1636
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These cards make me happy i bought a 3930K for benching

Even with my 3930K at 4.7 GHz I am severely CPU limited in BF3 when running 3-way 670 FTW's because it can only use a max of 4 real cores. It's not a coincidence that I was seeing 50% usage on a 4.7 GHz 2600K (4 real cores at 100% +4 threads at 0%= 50% usage) and now see 30-35% usage on a 4.7 GHz 3930K (4 real cores at 100% + 2 cores and 6 threads at 0% = 33%). Six cores is great for benching, but like I said above, for gaming it is pure core speed that counts when going with this much GPU horsepower.

Edit: Pure core speed and IPC of course. Can't wait to see how fast Haswell is per clock and how high it OC's.
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So is it safe to assume that the 780 and such will have this feature as well?

That I`m not sure about. One would think so since its a core function for Kepler which would work across multiple types of GPUs but GPU boost 2.0 might be exclusive for Titan.
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Titan is very impressive!
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