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I definitely am thinking of buying one. Maybe if I can sell my PC off and save some money I will get a Titan and a 2560x1440p monitor. No way I am gaming on 1600x900 on a Titan. That'd be a waste.
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post #5712 of 28136
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I definitely am thinking of buying one. Maybe if I can sell my PC off and save some money I will get a Titan and a 2560x1440p monitor. No way I am gaming on 1600x900 on a Titan. That'd be a waste.
You might get 60 fps out of crysis at that resolution lol
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to all gtx titan owners im gonna ask u for one last time, do u think the titan is worth the money u spent on it? im gonna buy one, advise me biggrin.gif

I bought two of them and think it was worth it and I am only gaming at 1080p/60fps on my 55" HDTV. Yeah, so may see that as overkill at my resolution, but there were games at 1080p/max settings where I was not getting 60fps on my 690 OC and on Water. With my Titans, I hit the max on every game I play...with no issues. The other day decided to do Crysis 3 at stock settings and it still kicked it's ass at full/maxed out settings. You do get those unoptomized areas of the game where it drops a little, but yeah they are pretty amazing cards.
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Hi guys. My stock Gigabyte Titan using Afterburner 3 beta 7 all at default/stock is boosting to 980Mhz Core and 6008Mhz Mem. I have played various demanding games including Far Cry 3 all maxed at 1080p with 4xMSAA an after a few hours the core is at 980 with no throttling. Does that sound about right or is my card a bad one? Temps max out at 72C. Using latest beta forceware.

Kind regards,

Leon

Well Leon, I looked at all the posts after you made this and to answer you quickly, yes you are good. Throttling is effecting a lot of people and posting that you don't have throttling and asking if that is a good thing might of rubbed some people. Just saying man. But yeah, you are what some people would say "golden".

Now go OC that card and see what she can do! Enjoy! smile.gif
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Thanks to both Majin and CDMAN, +rep
I'm looking in particular for GTX titan sli vs GTX 680 sli frametime testing for a direct comparison.
I sold my 2 gtx 680s last week for 1 titan and now feel the itch to get a second titan so I can feed my overlord 1440p @120Hz monitor wink.gif
The reason I went from gtx 680s to 1 titan is to get rid of microstutter problems but now I want to see if titan sli is better or worse than 680 sli.
Thanks in advance

I came from SLI 680's to SLI Titans and hate to say it but microstutter is worse on the Titans. I did some considerable testing with both setups and will show the differences.
    
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I came from SLI 680's to SLI Titans and hate to say it but microstutter is worse on the Titans. I did some considerable testing with both setups and will show the differences.

680 drivers and support have had much longer to mature. I know GK110 has been around for a bit in different guises but I bet there's plenty of optimisation still needed to get it buttoned up.
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I have an update on my hybrid coold titans for my Force1 build:

Trying to figure out the ambient lighting inside of the cards:




You have a massive set of balls KP to mod a Titan at the price it is but man, you have done a fantastic job smile.gif

Great work smile.gif
    
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Can any of you test out Crysis 2 with the DX11 patch activated? I am having issues. When I activate DX11 my cards won't boost and my FPS maxes out at 24fps. As soon as I turn it off it works perfect. Tried disabling SLI thinking that it might be the issue (even though on my 690 it did not do this) and that did not work earthier. Reinstalled drivers and no go...reinstalled the game and the DX11 patch and no go. The Hi-Res pack works perfectly, but once I activate the DX11 patch even the loading screens are stuttering and sound glitching.

Thanks!
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Can any of you test out Crysis 2 with the DX11 patch activated? I am having issues. When I activate DX11 my cards won't boost and my FPS maxes out at 24fps. As soon as I turn it off it works perfect. Tried disabling SLI thinking that it might be the issue (even though on my 690 it did not do this) and that did not work earthier. Reinstalled drivers and no go...reinstalled the game and the DX11 patch and no go. The Hi-Res pack works perfectly, but once I activate the DX11 patch even the loading screens are stuttering and sound glitching.

Thanks!

24Hz bug, I thought it was resolved, this may help

http://www.mycrysis.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=33374
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680 drivers and support have had much longer to mature. I know GK110 has been around for a bit in different guises but I bet there's plenty of optimisation still needed to get it buttoned up.

I couldn't agree more and the way Nvidia were sending out 3 Titans to reviewers, tells me that they will be working on SLI and TRI-SLI smoothness. The 313.95 drivers for my 680 Lightnings were incredible for smoothness. I hope to see that kind of replication with the Titans at some stage but I do fully understand that it takes time to get right. It took AMD 10 months to get decent drivers out for the 7 series and I expect Nvidia to be a little sharper.
    
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