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Originally Posted by thestache View Post

Under water or with sufficient cooling (so it doesn't hit whatever you set it to throttle at) and as long as it stays below the voltage limitation (stays at or below 1.2v), it will keep boosting until it's maxes out and will stay there for as long as the temperature allows it to.

Which is exactly how a GPU should behave. So I have to commend them for giving us that.
More like "not taking it away from us".
Because that's the way things were until recently...
post #512 of 1636
yupp not getting one. just going to buy another lightning, and be done for a while.
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More like "not taking it away from us".
Because that's the way things were until recently...

headscratch.gif

We have never had a card that boosts until this gen, and certainly never had one that boosts based on temperature rather than power draw.
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We have never had a card that boosts until this gen, and certainly never had one that boosts based on temperature rather than power draw.
We had overclocking, unlocked voltage and cards not downclocking for lame reasons.
I liked it that way.
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Guys, tell me, what are the chances that:

GTX 780 comes out in March/April
Sports 3GB RAM
Less build quality
~$500
Crippled compute, gaming focused card

AND performs almost as fast as a Titan in games?
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I've seen all of Linus's videos, yes.

I get that it relies on temperature, in a way. But...to what extent? Like for instance, does it stay at the max voltage as long as it's below Temp Target? I'm just wondering how in the one video posted not long ago, the guy had a 1.187v limit. Now he was on air, so what would be the point of reviewers saying watercooling will set this thing free, if it's already possible to keep it at 80C with the max voltage? It better be higher than 1.187v.

1.162V is the highest maximum voltage for the Titan itself with turbo boost and all. Everything there to 1.2V is overvolting. HarwareCanucks got the Titan up to 1027MHz on 1.2V with stock cooling using EVGA 4.0. The video I posted earlier showed up to 1200MHz so I`m guessing he used a different model which allows higher voltage or he used water cooling or better case cooling.
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n addition, don’t expect the same support from every board partner since NVIDIA hasn’t made the inclusion of voltage control mandatory, nor is the 1.2V maximum set in stone. Some manufacturers may simply decide to forego the inclusion of voltage modifiers within their VBIOS, eliminating this feature altogether or pushing past the 1.2V threshold
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/59752-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-gk110-s-opening-act-5.html

post #517 of 1636
Quote from Tom's - While they cannot break the NDA just yet, they let us know some hints about SLI Scaling and the GK110! I cannot wait.
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In the most demanding titles, two GK110s scale much more linearly than four GK104s (dual GeForce GTX 690s). Three Titan cards are just Ludicrous Gibs!
post #518 of 1636
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

Guys, tell me, what are the chances that:

GTX 780 comes out in March/April
Sports 3GB RAM
Less build quality
~$500
Crippled compute, gaming focused card

AND performs almost as fast as a Titan in games?

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post #519 of 1636
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

Guys, tell me, what are the chances that:

GTX 780 comes out in March/April
Sports 3GB RAM
Less build quality
~$500
Crippled compute, gaming focused card

AND performs almost as fast as a Titan in games?
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post #520 of 1636
So, the core on Titan can be overclocked by roughly 33% on air. Who knows on the memory. And the card is already 30-50% faster then a 680. Along with that the Titan should scale beyond 90% in SLI. While I don't see dual 680s/7970s beating out a single Titan, I also don't see any current quad GPU setup beating out two overclocked Titans unless the benchmark is highly optimized to use all four GPUs. The sweet spot with these cards will be a SLI setup for sure.
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