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Originally Posted by 2010rig View Post

How's that non-existent compute on the 690?

That's right, non-existent compared to Titan. biggrin.gif

How's your 690 Upgrade path?

2 Titans > 2 690's.

If you're not impressed with Titan, stick with NVIDIA's other $1000 card, which needs 2 GPU's to deliver that performance.

I wonder how many people will buy a 690 over a Titan TODAY. We know 1 member who jumped the gun and bought a 690 recently, and is trying to trade it for a Titan.

Lol I'll start with number one on your list.

1. I use my rig for gaming only. I have other computers for browsing etc. Could care less about computing.
2. My upgrade path will occur every year. It might be a 790 a pair of 780's or maybe even trifire 8970's.
3. I run on a single 1440p monitor and have no plans to do eyefinity. I don't need the power of two 690's.
4. Anyone who want's an average of 15-35 more fps per game that's who will choose the 690.
 
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post #3292 of 3575
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Lol I'll start with number one on your list.

1. I use my rig for gaming only. I have other computers for browsing etc. Could care less about computing.
2. My upgrade path will occur every year. It might be a 790 a pair of 780's or maybe even trifire 8970's.
3. I run on a single 1440p monitor and have no plans to do eyefinity. I don't need the power of two 690's.
4. Anyone who want's an average of 15-35 more fps per game that's who will choose the 690.

1. This is why you don't see the value in Titan, the next cheapest compute card is $3K, Titan is based on K20x which sells for ~$4500.

Other computers for browsing? doh.gif Do you even know the compute advantages of Titan?

2 & 3. Why were you looking at 2 Titans then? If you only need a 690, why were you looking to upgrade 2 months after your initial purchase?

So much for your yearly claim. rolleyes.gif

4. 35 more FPS on the 690? Please show me where this is being done.

Titan ended up exactly where it should be on the gaming side. On the compute side, it is unmatched.


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post #3293 of 3575
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Enjoy your two grand!

Can't take it with you when you're dead, but I'm sure its making that pocket feel full!
One of the reasons I spoiled myself with a Titan. I had the money and I wanted the best single GPU ever created! I also didn't feel like sticking with a 680 or a 7970 and I most certainly did not want to wait for the 780/8970.

I'm thinking about buying a 2560x1440 monitor by the end of this year or early next so hopefully the Titan will be under $800 by then so I can add another to my rig.
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post #3294 of 3575
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Lol I'll start with number one on your list.

1. I use my rig for gaming only. I have other computers for browsing etc. Could care less about computing.
2. My upgrade path will occur every year. It might be a 790 a pair of 780's or maybe even trifire 8970's.
3. I run on a single 1440p monitor and have no plans to do eyefinity. I don't need the power of two 690's.
4. Anyone who want's an average of 15-35 more fps per game that's who will choose the 690.

So the TITAN isn't a good card..

FOR YOU.

But you put down the people who believe its a good card for them?

...


solid.
post #3295 of 3575
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So the TITAN isn't a good card..

FOR YOU.

But you put down the people who believe its a good card for them?

...


solid.

"You have all been Trolled by Titan" was his un-informed claim.
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Originally Posted by 2010rig View Post

How's that non-existent compute on the 690?

That's right, non-existent compared to Titan. biggrin.gif

How's your 690 Upgrade path?

2 Titans > 2 690's.

If you're not impressed with Titan, stick with NVIDIA's other $1000 card, which needs 2 GPU's to deliver that performance.

I wonder how many people will buy a 690 over a Titan TODAY. We know 1 member who jumped the gun and bought a 690 recently, and is trying to trade it for a Titan.
because he needs a second GTX690 at 2560X1440 for all the demanding games coming out rolleyes.gif

Oh wait... there are none lol. Besides, when demanding games do start coming out there will be new GPUs with a much better price tag/ performance ratio then the Titan.
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because he needs a second GTX690 at 2560X1440 for all the demanding games coming out rolleyes.gif

Oh wait... there are none lol. Besides, when demanding games do start coming out there will be new GPUs with a much better price tag/ performance ratio then the Titan.

He's the one that was eager to upgrade to 2 Titans, and even had $2000 saved for them. I know this, because he mentions it VERY often here.

If he was willing to go for 2 Titans, is it far fetched to think that he would spend $1000 for a 2nd 690?

2 Titans > 2 690's

From an upgrade path perspective Titan > 690. thumb.gif

Heck, you can even add a 3rd even 4th Titan...
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1. This is why you don't see the value in Titan, the next cheapest compute card is $3K, Titan is based on K20x which sells for ~$4500.

Other computers for browsing? doh.gif Do you even know the compute advantages of Titan?

2 & 3. Why were you looking at 2 Titans then? If you only need a 690, why were you looking to upgrade 2 months after your initial purchase?

So much for your yearly claim. rolleyes.gif

4. 35 more FPS on the 690? Please show me where this is being done.

Titan ended up exactly where it should be on the gaming side. On the compute side, it is unmatched.


A Titan is only 34% faster than a ~$400 7970 GE?
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Oh wait... there are none lol. Besides, when demanding games do start coming out there will be new GPUs with a much better price tag/ performance ratio then the Titan.

Wow, so now you're back beating the dead price/performance horse again?

Why don't you find something constructive to do for the OCN community instead of trolling a thread saying the same thing over and over and over again?
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Wow, so now you're back beating the dead price/performance horse again?

Why don't you find something constructive to do for the OCN community instead of trolling a thread saying the same thing over and over and over again?

Seriously, this is like the 10th time he has brought the perf / price ratio back up in this thread. He apparently thinks it is a much stronger argument then it is.
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