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post #11 of 39
Stay with the 7970's. They're great performers.
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post #12 of 39
7970 crossfire>Single titan, Keep the 7970s
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post #13 of 39
My brain tells me that your current setup is better but there is still a part of me that likes to tinker and go with the GTX TITAN.

I say if you have the money and you like to fiddle then do it. The performance hit won't be that much hit and if it is... trade it back in or buy another TITAN.

Ah. To be made out of money.
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post #14 of 39
Unless this is a "look at me, I got a Titan!" ego thing, the two 7970s are faster than a single Titan, so from a performance standpoint, it would be a downgrade.
     
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post #15 of 39
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Another thing is frame latency and dropping, which is better, not only on nVidia, but a single card. I'm not necessarily after the highest FPS. I'll compare the 2 in a month or so smile.gif
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You wouldn't gain anything by paying the ridiculous amount of money for the Titan, even if you play @ 1600p. The only reasonto sswitch would be CFX issues, andeven then I wwould recommend a pair of good 670s (EVGA 670FTW) or possibly 680s (Lightning, Classifieds, etc) over a single Titan. The 670s would total around $720-760, and the 680s would be $850 or so... That would leave you with $250 or so to put elsewhere, while giving you better performance than a Titan. The money you save could go into a water loop, a top of the line SSD or multiple hard drives, some very fast RAM, a new case, better fans and heatsinks, a MB+CPU Upgrade, a new power supply, a high end sound card + headphones (Ti HD $120 + ATH-AD700's $100), a mechanical keyboard and new mouse, a new monitor (Dell U2312HM, U2412HM, Auria EQ278 IPS 1440P, Catleap, Shimian, etc), a dedicated PhysX card (650Ti for $115), a HardwareRAID card (PERC6/i or better) with a few drives, an external dual-drive setup, custom sleeving for your PSU, etc.
Any of which would be a far better use of the money than a Titan (instead of 2x 670s/680s).
   
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post #17 of 39
Dirtyworks, if you're not facing any CF issues, then don't change to a Titan. It'll be a downgrade and most likely a sidegrade at best.
If you're gonna go 2xTitans, that's a different story biggrin.gif.
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Originally Posted by nleksan View Post

You wouldn't gain anything by paying the ridiculous amount of money for the Titan, even if you play @ 1600p. The only reasonto sswitch would be CFX issues, andeven then I wwould recommend a pair of good 670s (EVGA 670FTW) or possibly 680s (Lightning, Classifieds, etc) over a single Titan. The 670s would total around $720-760, and the 680s would be $850 or so... That would leave you with $250 or so to put elsewhere, while giving you better performance than a Titan. The money you save could go into a water loop, a top of the line SSD or multiple hard drives, some very fast RAM, a new case, better fans and heatsinks, a MB+CPU Upgrade, a new power supply, a high end sound card + headphones (Ti HD $120 + ATH-AD700's $100), a mechanical keyboard and new mouse, a new monitor (Dell U2312HM, U2412HM, Auria EQ278 IPS 1440P, Catleap, Shimian, etc), a dedicated PhysX card (650Ti for $115), a HardwareRAID card (PERC6/i or better) with a few drives, an external dual-drive setup, custom sleeving for your PSU, etc.
Any of which would be a far better use of the money than a Titan (instead of 2x 670s/680s).

ITT: someone who hasn't read my sig.


To elaborate;
I already have a water loop, a total of about 10 hard drives, 6 SSD's, a Lian-Li, 40 GentleTyphoons (don't ask), 3 mechanical keyboards and 3 back-up deathadders (for when they EOL), significantly better audio hardware than you mentioned, a U2211H and a Overlord Tempest (basically a korean 1440p with North American warranty), choice between a GTX560 Ti and GTX680 for Physx and already have amazing sleeving for a seasonic..

PS
As I mentioned, I'm not interested in maximum FPS. And as for RAM, my system doesn't like anything less than CAS7.. I've tried Samsung Low Voltage (I OC timings and not megahertz smile.gif ).


Back on topic - I've decided not to get a Titan (and probably skip the next gen cards) and instead I've put a down payment on something akin to this:

Edited by Dirtyworks - 3/8/13 at 7:25am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dirtyworks View Post

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You wouldn't gain anything by paying the ridiculous amount of money for the Titan, even if you play @ 1600p. The only reasonto sswitch would be CFX issues, andeven then I wwould recommend a pair of good 670s (EVGA 670FTW) or possibly 680s (Lightning, Classifieds, etc) over a single Titan. The 670s would total around $720-760, and the 680s would be $850 or so... That would leave you with $250 or so to put elsewhere, while giving you better performance than a Titan. The money you save could go into a water loop, a top of the line SSD or multiple hard drives, some very fast RAM, a new case, better fans and heatsinks, a MB+CPU Upgrade, a new power supply, a high end sound card + headphones (Ti HD $120 + ATH-AD700's $100), a mechanical keyboard and new mouse, a new monitor (Dell U2312HM, U2412HM, Auria EQ278 IPS 1440P, Catleap, Shimian, etc), a dedicated PhysX card (650Ti for $115), a HardwareRAID card (PERC6/i or better) with a few drives, an external dual-drive setup, custom sleeving for your PSU, etc.
Any of which would be a far better use of the money than a Titan (instead of 2x 670s/680s).

ITT: someone who hasn't read my sig.


To elaborate;
I already have a water loop, a total of about 10 hard drives, 6 SSD's, a Lian-Li, 40 GentleTyphoons (don't ask), 3 mechanical keyboards and 3 back-up deathadders (for when they EOL), significantly better audio hardware than you mentioned, a U2211H and a Overlord Tempest (basically a korean 1440p with North American warranty), choice between a GTX560 Ti and GTX680 for Physx and already have amazing sleeving for a seasonic..

PS
As I mentioned, I'm not interested in maximum FPS. And as for RAM, my system doesn't like anything less than CAS7.. I've tried Samsung Low Voltage (I OC timings and not megahertz smile.gif ).


Back on topic - I've decided not to get a Titan (and probably skip the next gen cards) and instead I've put a down payment on something akin to this:

Sweet! Wish i could afford a signature guitar myself. Like one of Steve Vai's sig axes.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dirtyworks View Post

ITT: someone who hasn't read my sig.


To elaborate;
I already have a water loop, a total of about 10 hard drives, 6 SSD's, a Lian-Li, 40 GentleTyphoons (don't ask), 3 mechanical keyboards and 3 back-up deathadders (for when they EOL), significantly better audio hardware than you mentioned, a U2211H and a Overlord Tempest (basically a korean 1440p with North American warranty), choice between a GTX560 Ti and GTX680 for Physx and already have amazing sleeving for a seasonic..

PS
As I mentioned, I'm not interested in maximum FPS. And as for RAM, my system doesn't like anything less than CAS7.. I've tried Samsung Low Voltage (I OC timings and not megahertz smile.gif ).


Back on topic - I've decided not to get a Titan (and probably skip the next gen cards) and instead I've put a down payment on something akin to this:

I did the same thing. Took the cheap way with quad 7970's and bought this

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