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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

The gap between single GPU and dual GPU has not been this small in a very long time... and that's why it's impressive.

Agree 100%. The difference between Titan and that dual GPU is even better than the 15% that was said in the rumors: GTX 690 is only 9% faster than GTX Titan. Thats very impressive.

Since GTX 690 have poor latency, I would buy the GTX Titan in a heartbeat, also considering that its cooler, makes less noise, draw less power. Its really a great GPU for those who can afford it.
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/22/13 at 9:30am
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Originally Posted by c900712 View Post

Corsair AX 850 Watt, is it enough for 2xTitans + 3770k and a couple of harddrives ?

It will but it will die much sooner. A 1000w will give you some more buffer.
     
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The problem is, you arent reaching a thermal threshold, you are reach a power one. Simply adding water block does not reduce power draw. Lower the operating temp will not reduce power draw significantly (since were only going from 80* to ~40-45*).

I can almost assure you that you will need a new bios to get higher clocks. Water cooling isn't going to cut it. Its not like they are artifacting when pushing over clocks, they just can't get past 265w.

And trust me, this size chip can eat 60 extra watts pretty fast.

Yes they are actually hitting that temperature tresshold. All the reviews I`ve seen so far have hit the 90C limit they chose. Legitreviews hit 93C which was their limit. What are the odds that both the power limit and the temperature limit hit at the same time?

I`m positive that water cooling will highten the core clock when overclocking it because only then will it hit the power limit and not be hindered by the temperature
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/22/13 at 9:32am
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Originally Posted by jomama22 View Post

It will but it will die much sooner. A 1000w will give you some more buffer.

Why would it die sooner? You mean the power supply ?
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That chart has been debunked already. The 7970GHZ was overclocked, while everything else was downclocked.
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That chart has been debunked already. The 7970GHZ was overclocked, while everything else was downclocked.

I know I just find it funny because I dont even know what was being benchmarked lol

7970 was better in something, you be the call on what you would like it to be.
    
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Here is Titan on PCPer with +116MHz overclock.
Look at the temperature: Easily hitting the 80C mark, on air...

http://www.pcper.com/files/review/2013-02-20/precx4.png

Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/22/13 at 9:38am
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That chart has been debunked already. The 7970GHZ was overclocked, while everything else was downclocked.

Lol no its not. Some one just posted that for kicks. Its the variety you have to choose from fir each card. Haha why would you spin it like that?
     
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Here is Titan on PCPer with +116MHz overclock.
Look at the temperature: Easily hitting the 80C mark, on air...

http://www.pcper.com/files/review/2013-02-20/precx4.png

at 61% fan speed.
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Originally Posted by Cloudfire777 View Post

Here is Titan on PCPer with +116MHz overclock.
Look at the temperature: Easily hitting the 80C mark, on air...

http://www.pcper.com/files/review/2013-02-20/precx4.png

But yet a +300-350mhz overclock to equal a gtx690 will be easy. There are going to be a lot of angry Titan owners next week.
 
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