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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post

For one GPU it's a waste i agree. Since you could buy 2 of mine or 680's for the same money with far greater performance. But this isn't the sort of GPU aimed at 1 GPU systems. It's SLI or better or don't bother.... thumb.gif
now we are on the same page wink.gif
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Originally Posted by PhantomTaco View Post

*Blushes*

I know the praise is to the card, but I take it for myself as well lol. Honestly right now I'm just super excited for tomorrow with the second one coming in the mail (along with an SLI bridge, don't have any, and can you believe they don't include one in the box? mad.gif naughty EVGA)

If you don't mind i shall retire from comparisons when the 2nd one arrives....lol
 
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

With the first GTX Titan results


May be you should check this thread for a more representative pool of Unigine Heaven Valley scores for 680s, but particularly 690s

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1858694
post #2574 of 3575
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

42FPs to 70FPS when compared to a 7970 Lighting is a waste? I'm on a totally different planet than some people it seems, i'd call that a slam dunk.
it came across to me (and apparently him too) that you were doing a comparison, got massive results of 42FPS vs 70FPS, and then still claimed the Titan was a bad card. I figured I was reading it wrong because I know you'd be impressed by those results.
With all due respect, if a 690 owner truely believes his card is superior than a single GPU getting ~85% of the performance of 690 than I can't help but laugh back. wink.gif

overclocked titan ($1k) - stock 7970 lighting (less than half the cost)
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post #2575 of 3575
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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post

Damn straight....now where's my lottery ticket i need to check my numbers.

But i will stand on my verdict though, it's not a card you buy one of.

I bought one.

I also run 1080p though, so anything more is completely useless. I also hate multi-GPU setups.
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overclocked titan ($1k) - stock 7970 lighting (less than half the cost)

I've stated this a million times over the forums the last few days.

No one buying a titan, or any flagship product of any kind, cares about performance/price ratio. If you do, then this care was never designed for you.
Edited by Murlocke - 2/25/13 at 5:38pm
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Can you do the bench for about 15-30 minutes to let the card heat up? Use something brutal like Unigen Heaven or run what you've been running for 10 mins+ The Titan has a downclocking mechanism like the GK104 did, where the first run is always clocked high - and then downclocks after a couple of minutes from temps or voltage. GK104 did this when you hit 70C, it would downclock indefinitely in 13mhz increments which made overclocking almost worthless on ref cards. Which is why I got rid of ref 680s, they would always be super on a first run but the 2nd run would be like 50mhz slower. Kepler 70C temperature throttle sucks, and thank goodness the MSI lightnings bypass this...anyway, I hope the Titan doesn't have this. I'm curious as to how this works on the Titan. When does it downclock? MSI afterburner may be better for monitoring clockspeeds over a 15 minute period, not sure.

Still curious about the throttling behavior in comparison to GK104. Can anyone try this with MSI afterburner 3.0?
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Originally Posted by gladiator7 View Post

With all due respect, I am starting to hear echos of laughter from the 690 owners forum.

Meanwhile there are tons of others who realize an extra 10-15% FPS isn't everything and are lining up to buy Titans instead of a 690s.
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Lol, don't have my score at hand for valley, but my 2 580s at 951mhz, was about 68fps at 1080p, lol. Can't wait for the hydrocopper Titans to drop...
post #2579 of 3575
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Meanwhile there are tons of others who realize an extra 10-15% FPS isn't everything and are lining up to buy Titans instead of a 690s.

Yup. thumb.gif
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I bought one.

I also run 1080p though, so anything more is completely useless. I also hate multi-GPU setups.
I've stated this a million times over the forums the last few days.

No one buying a titan, or any flagship product of any kind, cares about performance/price ratio. If you do, then this care was never designed for you.
Sorry I hurt your feelings redface.gif
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