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Originally Posted by thestache View Post

I'm not telling anyone what to do, I'm simply replying to a statement.

Which was why do people have negative opinions on single GTX Titan use for 1080P. Which is exactly what I said. All of which is hardly opinion or false. If you turn graphics down (AA mostly) and use a GTX Titan your gaming experience will be spectacular. GPU boost, the fan control/temp target, monitor overclocking etc will all be a great experience for you and as long as you don't mind spending $999 on a GPU that won't perform as well as other set-ups you could have bought then you'll love the card and rightfully so. But that's exactly it. Why on earth would you do that when for the same money you could have the exact same great experience just with better performance?

That logic just doesn't work inside my head.

Even Tom Hardware said Titan sli or don't bother and go for a 690, so to speak. Not sure what the debate is all about. People must not have anything else to do I guess.
post #642 of 1636
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Originally Posted by thestache View Post

Still waiting for something to try and back this up.

I dont notice it. If ms is something like in FC3 thats terrible. Going from single to dual GPUs i cant tell the difference.
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post #643 of 1636
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

I'm pretty angry right now, and here's why: MANY OF YOU have said you will be purchasing a Titan... or 3.

Why am I angry about this? Let me explain.


By saying that you're going to be purchasing a Titan, you have now told Nvidia that it is ok to sell their fastest single-GPU card at a price point of $1000. The last generation GF110, the GTX 580, sold for $500, and the die size was only a little bit smaller than GK110.

On top of this, the GTX 690, which is dual GK104's, is selling for $1000. Also, the GTX 690 is FASTER than the Titan. Do you understand what sort of poor value is represented by Titan? It takes poor value in the GPU market to a whole new level. At least the GTX 690 was almost twice as fast as a GTX 680. That means the value of the GTX 690 was pretty good. Not so with the Titan, though. You're getting WORSE performance at the same price as a GTX 690.

So thank you OCN for telling nvidia that it's ok to create a $1000 stock graphics card for the consumer market. We will be reaping the benefits of this decision for years to come. mad.gif

/rant

As I said earlier, I personally am okay with higher prices for flagship cards like Titan. Affordability means everybody will have the same setup which is boring. I like the fact that once my two Titans are installed and water cooled I will actually have a rig that I will not see in every other member's sig around here. Does that make me a bit of an ass? Probably, but oh well...
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Wallet is locked and loaded...

I'm betting that an overclocked Titan can and will overtake an overclocked 690 biggrin.gif
post #645 of 1636
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

I'm pretty angry right now, and here's why: MANY OF YOU have said you will be purchasing a Titan... or 3.

Why am I angry about this? Let me explain.


By saying that you're going to be purchasing a Titan, you have now told Nvidia that it is ok to sell their fastest single-GPU card at a price point of $1000. The last generation GF110, the GTX 580, sold for $500, and the die size was only a little bit smaller than GK110.

On top of this, the GTX 690, which is dual GK104's, is selling for $1000. Also, the GTX 690 is FASTER than the Titan. Do you understand what sort of poor value is represented by Titan? It takes poor value in the GPU market to a whole new level. At least the GTX 690 was almost twice as fast as a GTX 680. That means the value of the GTX 690 was pretty good. Not so with the Titan, though. You're getting WORSE performance at the same price as a GTX 690.

So thank you OCN for telling nvidia that it's ok to create a $1000 stock graphics card for the consumer market. We will be reaping the benefits of this decision for years to come. mad.gif

/rant
+1 to this.
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Originally Posted by Cloudfire777 View Post

This guy have no problem hitting almost 1200MHz with Titan. Playing around with voltage and everything drool.gif
65FPS with Ultra 1200p 8xAA in Valley is pretty good I guess rolleyes.gif
65 fps? at 1200Mhz? LOL

you do realize there is a guy in the Valley thread who got 59fps with a 7970 at 1080p right? Was that supposed to be impressive? Hell i got 54 lol.


CFX and SLi setups are getting FPS in the high 90's
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

As I said earlier, I personally am okay with higher prices for flagship cards like Titan. Affordability means everybody will have the same setup which is boring. I like the fact that once my two Titans are installed and water cooled I will actually have a rig that I will not see in every other member's sig around here. Does that make me a bit of an ass? Probably, but oh well...
lol... an attitude like that sure will do wonders for PC gaming....
Edited by th3illusiveman - 2/19/13 at 8:43pm
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post #647 of 1636
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

As I said earlier, I personally am okay with higher prices for flagship cards like Titan. Affordability means everybody will have the same setup which is boring. I like the fact that once my two Titans are installed and water cooled I will actually have a rig that I will not see in every other member's sig around here. Does that make me a bit of an ass? Probably, but oh well...

Oh, I don't know about that..there might be more than a few people with 2 Titans on these forums wink.gif
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

If AMD had a faster card then titan it would be more expensive trust me. Its all business. Nobody here seem to want $500 Titan. They prefer the higher price. Logically speaking removing all the effort spend into making that good looking cooler, based on performance speculation so far it should have been ~ $700s price. $1000 makes as much sense as HD 7970 @ $550-600 which now sells for under $400.

I dont prefer the 999.99 price. I'd be a lot happier with 799.99 but it's either pony up for Titan, Keep my Hawks till the 780 gets released or go with a 7970. Titan makes the most sense

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65 fps? at 1200Mhz? LOL

you do realize there is a guy in the Valley thread who got 59fps with a 7970 at 1080p right? Was that supposed to be impressive? Hell i got 54 lol.


Go bench at 1200p and then report what you scored.
Edited by Stay Puft - 2/19/13 at 8:40pm
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I'm sure, but with 680's and 7970's literally everybody has them it seems. I bet dual Titans will be pretty rare. The usual guys will have them like Vega (he'll have four of course) but they won't be all over the place. Ask yourself this, would a Ferrari be anywhere near as cool if they were $30k and everybody had one?
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I'm sure, but with 680's and 7970's literally everybody has them it seems. I bet dual Titans will be pretty rare. The usual guys will have them like Vega (he'll have four of course) but they won't be all over the place. Ask yourself this, would a Ferrari be anywhere near as cool if they were $30k and everybody had one?

Depends on the model...

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F40 - hell yeah
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