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So is this indicative of the next line of GPUs from Nvidia? IE...the 760 being near or as fast as the 680 now?

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Originally Posted by Shiftstealth View Post

These were cherry picked from their tests. Also they were in games that i don't play. And im on an IPS monitor so if it takes 14ms, meh.

I've SLi'd GTX 280's before and couldn't tell at all. I think i'll be fine with me 690.

not only that...but the 10-40 ms average latency is impossible to notice. I guarantee you that you could not see the 140ms delay. That chart is useless. If the card was averageing 150ms delay...then we would have something to talk about.
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post #413 of 3575
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

My question about all of this stupid frame time stuff is if it really is taking 140ms to render frames how on earth can the average frames per second be so high??? I have two 7970's in CF and have been told that my setup is apparently a stuttering mess which comes as a surprise to me because I've never seen any stutter from it at all except in FC3. I think frame times are the most overblown and sensationalistic stat to come along in a while...

It may be your eyes. I know people IRL that cannot see it, and others that simply won't play on a machine with it.

If you do buy Titans. Install a single titan and play some games, i'm sure you'll see/feel the difference. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by ejb222 View Post

not only that...but the 10-40 ms average latency is impossible to notice. I guarantee you that you could not see the 140ms delay. That chart is useless. If the card was averageing 150ms delay...then we would have something to talk about.

You can definitely "feel" 10-40ms delays, and without a doubt 150ms delays. It's just like monitor input lag, you can't see it but you can definitely feel it. Play on a CRT with 0ms input lag. Then play on a IPS panel with 40ms delay. If you can't feel the difference then I don't know what to say.

Prime example is Majin SSJ Eric. He just said people have said his system stutters, but he can't see it anymore because he likely has forgotten what it's like on a single GPU. There's also people that simply aren't as sensitive to this stuff as others.
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There is something wrong with Anandtech`s overclocking article. Its correct that 4% higher TDP is the limit but Anandtech says the limit is 1019MHz.



Someone got 1097MHz on theTitan with 1162mV instead of 1200mV
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Originally Posted by PureBlackFire View Post

hyperbole noted. though I agree with your overall stance on the matter.

Well a 40% oc with 7970 @1300 vs <17% oc titan @1019(highest allowed boost at 1.2v)

Definitely a hyperbole but it is deserved
     
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So a GTX Titan even though it has less performance then a GTX 690 is better because it will feel smoother? I am gaming on a Dell 2412m with a HD 5770 1gb atm and is not cutting it. I want to do the Skyrim 100 mods to make it look amazing.

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Originally Posted by Blameless View Post

It takes less than 100ms to blink your eyes. You can't see that?

140ms is the equivalent of the frame rate dropping to ~7 fps.

The GTX 690 is freezing up/stuttering every 10-15 seconds in that test.
Because there are thousands of other frames that are only taking ~20ms to render.

I can still drive from Missouri to New York at an average speed of 60mph, even with several rest stops mixed in, and I damn well perceived the rest stops.

You don't want rest stops in your frame rates.
140 ms equals 14% of a second or 1000 mil seconds

Edit: really not sure where you are getting your math on 7 fps drop and what baseline you are using?
Edited by gladiator7 - 2/21/13 at 8:59am
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Not sure if this has been addressed yet, I hope it HAS.

Titan is MUCH MORE than just the Fastest Single GPU GAMING card.











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Highly disappointed with what I'm seeing so far. The previews made OCing out to be fairly unrestricted but according to these reviews its really no better (and in some ways even worse) than what we've seen with the 680's! 106% power target is all? What happened to the 200% I was hearing about? This card is just as locked down as the rest of Kepler making water cooling again superfluous. I was hoping for a heck of a lot more performance than this for my $2k...

Pretty much exactly how I feel. They made it sound like this would be a great overclocker. IMO they should have named this the GTX 780 & released it @ about €600.

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FEW titles? More like "most" titles that I have seen graphs for. With those being AMD-sponsored titles to boot, that's embarassing to have such poor frametimes on them too. The Radeon 79xx series has sold and continues to sell slowly for a reason... hence all these huge price drops and game promotions to try to buoy sales.

I know it's ridiculous. AMD have been improving the drivers a lot recently but they have a LONG way to go. In fairness though, the 79XX series is not selling slowly and price drops are normal for a card which has been out for 14 months now. (roughly, I picked mine up in January 2012 and they were out for a month or 2 before I got mine)

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So to conclude the GTX Titan against other top contenders:

1200p:
7970GHz (Titan is 35% faster)
7970GHz CF (Titan is 4% faster)

GTX 680 (Titan is 33% faster)
GTX 680 SLI (Titan is 8% slower)

GTX 690 (Titan is 5% slower)
GTX 690 SLI (Titan is 19% slower)

1600p:
7970GHz (Titan is 35% faster)
7970GHz CF (Titan is 13% slower)

GTX 680 (Titan is 43% faster)
GTX 680 SLI (Titan is 14% slower)

GTX 690 (Titan is 12% slower)
GTX 690 SLI (Titan is 34% slower)

5760x1080:
7970GHz (Titan is 25% faster)
7970GHz CF (Titan is 15% slower)

GTX 680 (Titan is 45% faster)
GTX 680 SLI (Titan is 12% slower)

GTX 690 (Titan is 8% slower)
GTX 690 SLI (Titan is 28% slower)

So much for it being better for higher resolutions. You could run 3x 680s or 7970s for the same price.

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Originally Posted by Sheza View Post

Oh, so would a 670 still be a good choice for £300 - £350?

To be honest I was thinking the same, the Nvidia drivers etc are way better than AMD.

Yeah it's a good card no doubt.
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Originally Posted by Gingertechy View Post

So a GTX Titan even though it has less performance then a GTX 690 is better because it will feel smoother? I am gaming on a Dell 2412m with a HD 5770 1gb atm and is not cutting it. I want to do the Skyrim 100 mods to make it look amazing.

Titan beats GTX 690 in Skyrim
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_Titan/22.html

I`m pretty sure those 6GB of GDDR5 you get on Titan is gonna help you a lot with all the resource heavy mods too thumb.gif
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