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Have i mentioned this card is amazing and feels smoother than my old 690 @ 1200mz ??????

I've been stating this before the card was released but you still got people denying it's true. I've personally tested a 690 twice now, the last time was this weekend and I preferred the Titan (even with throttling issues) over the 690 I tested.

The 690 even at 80 FPS felt much more jittery than the Titan at 60FPS. The lower the frames got, the more smooth Titan felt over the 690. Gonna have people deny this is true, but let em. I'll be enjoying the Titan without a doubt in my mind that it's the better choice. thumb.gif
Edited by Murlocke - 3/4/13 at 3:03am
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I tried EVGA OC Scanner with insane settings and it didn't find artifacts. Don't find it reliable at all. Don't know if i'm using the program wrong but it doesn't really load my cards at all.


It didn't work for my GTX680 either. Same with furmark, Heaven was the way to go.
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The throttling is software related... definitely not hardware related.
I dont throttle in BF3 or Unigene heaven but i do in Valey....
Unnoticeable but its there.

Thanks, thats what I've been wondering. +rep
Edited by BababooeyHTJ - 3/4/13 at 3:03am
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I've been stating this before the card was released but you still got people denying it's true. I've personally tested a 690 twice now, the last time was this weekend and I preferred the Titan (even with throttling issues) over the 690 I tested.

The 690 even at 80 FPS felt much more jittery than the Titan at 60FPS. The lower the frames got, the more smooth Titan felt over the 690. Gonna have people deny this is true, but let em. I'll be enjoying the Titan without a doubt in my mind that it's the better choice. thumb.gif
The faster single card will be smoother in many cases compared to a dual config. The 690 (yellow line) has much more time frame variance than the Titan (light green) = smoother gameplay. The 7970 just gets ridiculous(dark green).




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Originally Posted by Renairy View Post

The throttling is software related... definitely not hardware related.
I dont throttle in BF3 or Unigene heaven but i do in Valey....
Unnoticeable but its there.
Have i mentioned this card is amazing and feels smoother than my old 690 @ 1200mz ??????
So quiet too and doesn't break 68c
Valley is much more CPU intensive than Heaven, so you could see some throttling due to cpu bottleneck in Valley. BF3 can run into CPU bottleneck depending on resolution and graphical settings.
I do get throttling in Heaven, usually from 1176 to 1125mhz.

But again i dont see much performance drop with the throttling. My 2 cards still demolish any other setups i have had in the past. 670 4-way SLI & 680 SLI. The greatest benefit is the Titan's smooth gameplay. thumb.gif
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I've been stating this before the card was released but you still got people denying it's true. I've personally tested a 690 twice now, the last time was this weekend and I preferred the Titan (even with throttling issues) over the 690 I tested.

The 690 even at 80 FPS felt much more jittery than the Titan at 60FPS. The lower the frames got, the more smooth Titan felt over the 690. Gonna have people deny this is true, but let em. I'll be enjoying the Titan without a doubt in my mind that it's the better choice. thumb.gif

I wouldn't call the throttling an issue though.
Far from it. If we didn't have monitoring tools, nobody would notice since it is miniscule.
Anyhow, i don't get it in games, just Valley benchmark. 690 is still a beast of a card, nobody can deny that.
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i am getting my Asus Titan coming in this week, but cannot test it til the weekend... Everyone went straight for the EVGAS?

I also got an Asus and it's on its way. Most got EVGA because those were the only one available at first. For me it just happened that Newegg had all EVGA sold out and then the Asus popped up as available for few minutes, enough to place the order.

All the cards are exactly the same, all the vendors do is flash their bios and packaging them.
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I've been stating this before the card was released but you still got people denying it's true. I've personally tested a 690 twice now, the last time was this weekend and I preferred the Titan (even with throttling issues) over the 690 I tested.

The 690 even at 80 FPS felt much more jittery than the Titan at 60FPS. The lower the frames got, the more smooth Titan felt over the 690. Gonna have people deny this is true, but let em. I'll be enjoying the Titan without a doubt in my mind that it's the better choice. thumb.gif

Biased opinion hmm? The 690 has mostly better frametimes. I won't link all of the graphs again wink.gif

You can argue this, but Kepler has frame metering and microstutter is pretty much nearly non existent on the 690. Frametime data gives the performance advantage to the 690 as well.

Note: I'm not saying the Titan is bad.
It is awesome! It's a fantastic card. But this entire thing about you stating the 690 being "jittery" Come on, that's disingenuous, the hyperbole you state is a little over the top. I'll tell you this because I have seen microstutter, it was very apparent with crossfire on the AMD 5000 series years ago. But now? The 690 is really damn smooth. Like I said also. Frametime time charts, 90% of them show the 690 even or better than the Titan- this is because Kepler's SLI frame metering tech. There is no microstutter unless the SLI profile doesn't exist, and those games are few and far between now; this isn't 2007 anymore, SLI supports everything now. This is kinda off topic anyway, let's just keep the thread pertaining to the Titan.
Edited by xoleras - 3/4/13 at 4:56am
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+rep

BTW , hello, Xoleras smile.gif I am from the Lightning thread ... agree with you, but let s just keep the thread clean for Titan.
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Biased opinion hmm? The 690 has mostly better frametimes. I won't link all of the graphs again wink.gif

You can argue this all you want, but this is a fact. Kepler has frame metering and microstutter is pretty much nearly non existent on the 690. Frametime data gives the performance advantage to the 690 as well.

Note: I'm not saying the Titan is bad.
It is awesome! It's a fantastic card. But this entire thing about you stating the 690 being "jittery" Come on, that's disingenuous, the hyperbole you state is a little over the top. I'll tell you this because I have seen microstutter, it was very apparent with crossfire on the AMD 5000 series years ago. But now? The 690 is really damn smooth. Like I said also. Frametime time charts, 90% of them show the 690 even or better than the Titan- this is because Kepler's SLI frame metering tech. There is no microstutter unless the SLI profile doesn't exist, and those games are few and far between now; this isn't 2007 anymore, SLI supports everything now. This is kinda off topic anyway, let's just keep the thread pertaining to the Titan.

Buddy, the gtx 690 is a double card while the Titan is a single card. If you want to compare, compare a Titan's SLI with the 690.
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+rep

BTW , hello, Xoleras smile.gif I am from the Lightning thread ... agree with you, but let s just keep the thread clean for Titan.

You know, I agree. This thread is about Titan so I won't debate the point, because like I said....Titan is a beast! I really don't feel like 690 has MS issues though.

Anyway, here's hoping that a Lightning Titan is released and shows at Cebit this week. That's the card I want smile.gif
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Biased opinion hmm? The 690 has mostly better frametimes. I won't link all of the graphs again wink.gif

You can argue this all you want, but this is a fact. Kepler has frame metering and microstutter is pretty much nearly non existent on the 690. Frametime data gives the performance advantage to the 690 as well.

Note: I'm not saying the Titan is bad.
It is awesome! It's a fantastic card. But this entire thing about you stating the 690 being "jittery" Come on, that's disingenuous, the hyperbole you state is a little over the top. I'll tell you this because I have seen microstutter, it was very apparent with crossfire on the AMD 5000 series years ago. But now? The 690 is really damn smooth. Like I said also. Frametime time charts, 90% of them show the 690 even or better than the Titan- this is because Kepler's SLI frame metering tech. There is no microstutter unless the SLI profile doesn't exist, and those games are few and far between now; this isn't 2007 anymore, SLI supports everything now. This is kinda off topic anyway, let's just keep the thread pertaining to the Titan.

Single gpu people say micro-stuttering exists and SLI people say it doesn't. Always the same on this forum, people justifying their purchase decisions... ^^
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