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post #21 of 238
Titan would be the best option for those with 2560x1440 or 1600 setups looking to max out AA and utilize the 6gb of vram or triple monitor setups. The 690 would probably suit you better with 1080p @120hz.

SLI 670's will give you 130+ fps in BF3 at max settings with AA at 1080p and cost you $850 MAX with brand new 4GB cards so that definitely could also be an option for you.

Of course we can all argue opinions but in the end you have to decide what option you will be most happy with. Will having the best cost per performance make you happy or will growing your epeen do it? thumb.gif
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post #22 of 238
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Does it make it the overall best card @ 1080p when compared to the Titan?
Absolutely the 690! I have never experienced any SLI issues with it. In fact the frame latency times are better for 690 than Titan.

Edited by gladiator7 - 2/22/13 at 5:25am
post #23 of 238
Just Get an SLI 680 or CF 7970 and you can get much better performance than the titan in CF/SLI and if the game is not optimized in CF/SLI you still have a singe beast card that is 100% capable to kill the 1080p
     
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post #24 of 238
Unless you are wanting a high frame rate counter, benchmarks are fun for you to watch and you need bragging rights then NEITHER card is a worthwhile buy for a 1080 gaming experience. In fact from a gaming experience point of view there is no reason to go past the 660Ti or the 7950, heck even the 7870 for that matter. Oh sure you can get higher frame rates but you will not get smoother play, the game will not be more fun.

You would get more from your gaming experience by taking the price difference between a GTX 690 or Titan and the 660Ti and buying a nice SSD or a better keyboard and mouse. These will actually have a meaningful impact on your gaming experience.
post #25 of 238
He's using a 120HZ monitor not 60 Hz, so that justifies the need for such powerful GPU's.
OP, what's your PSU? I mean the exact brand & name, not just " 1200 watts ".
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I would go with 680 SLI as they are faster than 690 and Titan. Also they are cheaper than other variants.

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post #27 of 238
For that kind of money, I'd go 3-way 670, or if that's just over budget get 2 of the 4GB 670s then leave the option of a third one later. In any case, 2 x 670s will pretty much crush 1080p, but the third one would be nice for 120hz especially if you use 3D.
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post #28 of 238
Titan is still better in 1080p than the 690 but both are kind of overkill.

I'd even consider a single 680 if you are looking for value.
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post #29 of 238
GTX 680 biggrin.gif

But if you're looking to burn the cash, so be it. If you want the card now, go for the 690. If you are willing to wait quite a while on backorder, get the Titan.
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Originally Posted by Skorpian View Post

He's using a 120HZ monitor not 60 Hz, so that justifies the need for such powerful GPU's.
OP, what's your PSU? I mean the exact brand & name, not just " 1200 watts ".
Im using the corsair ax 1200watt psu

also im not looking to have bragging rights or to show off how awesome my pc and what not. I'm looking for the best gaming experiences to max out the use of my monitor and aslo have the game play really really smooth no lagg no tearing ect.
also down the line may be upgrading to an sli configuration because the one im using now for some reason when i have both my 260s in the motherboard is not reading the 2nd on but the fan is on, also when i have them in separate they work fine.
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