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I have never seen any statement that one Titan will equal or beat one GTX 690.
I may be mistaken, but I think I read that it attains about 75% or maybe 85% of the power of one GTX 690, at the same price.
2 Titans in SLi. probably will do so, but not a single Titan. Not even OC'd.
I would rather buy another GTX 690 to use as a 2 slot quad-SLi. solution than have to buy 2 Titans just to beat one GTX 690.

2 Titans beat 2 690s in almost every game according to the TPU review. Quad SLI does not scale very good, so the titans take the lead. When you need that much horsepower, you are surely going to reach the 690's 2GB VRAM limit soon or later too.

1 Titan vs 1 690 is being highly debated.
2 Titans vs 2 690 is pretty much accepted that the Titans are the better choice.
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raghu you are absolutely right....an amd 800 mhz 7950>670 in crysis 3,,,forget boost(revs like g3d are paid to cheat)

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis-3-PC-235317/News/Crysis-3-Benchmarks-von-AMD-1056491/galerie/2046899/#?a_id=1056491&g_id=-1&i_id=2046902

don't see a crap review of g3d.....they are nvidia biased as many other shill paid sites and this how i got banned of that site.....
.........amd cards and cpus are clearly ahead in crysis 3 game

pcgameshardware.de reviewed crysis 3 with latest drivers....
1080p,4xaa,VHQ maxed out-
7970ghz-43 fps
7970=39 fps
680=38 fps
7950=35 fps
670=34 fps
......amd forever


........http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis-3-PC-235317/News/Crysis-3-Benchmarks-von-AMD-1056491/galerie/2046899/#?a_id=1056491&g_id=-1&i_id=2046902


........http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis-3-PC-235317/Tests/Crysis-3-Test-CPU-Benchmark-1056578/


i told them these reviews are fake and biased just to make nvi cards look great as they done with 7950ghz edition,similar to what they done fc3 bench calling 7970 boost

there is no 7950ghz edition card unless you manually oc it or bios flash....only recent released aftermarket design msi card gives 7950 a highest boost clock of 960 mhz but forum member told me they have done bench with official sku design...what utter bullcrap

and hour after this msg pops up-

"You have been banned for the following reason:
No reason was specified.
Date the ban will be lifted: Never"




mark the words "No reason was specified"....haha coz you are a shill nvi site as many other...nvidia butt kising reviews for almighty dollars:mad:



also see this interesting xfire vs sli showdown and see what 7950 is capable of...

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18455827

(kepler is pure hype,,don't go for nv market hype....it's hype and show-offs with greater fan base....but actually way overpriced and less performing ...hell even 650 ti sells at 7850 price ....and blind nvI nerds still buy it huhahaha what a joke
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I have never seen any statement that one Titan will equal or beat one GTX 690.
I may be mistaken, but I think I read that it attains about 75% or maybe 85% of the power of one GTX 690, at the same price.
2 Titans in SLi. probably will do so, but not a single Titan. Not even OC'd.
I would rather buy another GTX 690 to use as a 2 slot quad-SLi. solution than have to buy 2 Titans just to beat one GTX 690.

Indeed not but after the rumors of the $1000 price tag and the hype about the "real" fully featured kepler architecture and Nvidia had the balls to name it simply TITAN instead of GTX 780 or something. It was that kind of performance people expected.

Honestly when was the last time you saw a single GPU card with the price tag of $1000. The titan is underwhelming as its not really much faster then you'd expect a next generation card to be. People wanted it to be the next 8800 ULTRA.
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Indeed not but after the rumors of the $1000 price tag and the hype about the "real" fully featured kepler architecture and Nvidia had the balls to name it simply TITAN instead of GTX 780 or something. It was that kind of performance people expected.

Honestly when was the last time you saw a single GPU card with the price tag of $1000. The titan is underwhelming as its not really much faster then you'd expect a next generation card to be. People wanted it to be the next 8800 ULTRA.

GTX Titan is not the 780...The 780 will be releasing probably in the next few months. 580 to 680 was ~15%. 680 to Titan is ~45%. 780 will be in between the 680 and Titan at a ~$500 price point. Nothing has changed since last generation, the only difference is people who are willing to spend a premium can get a faster card.

The 8800 Ultra had worse price/performance than titan for it's time. It cost around $850 and only beat a 8800GTX by about 10%. I don't remember anyone being impressed by it, I remember the same type of debates going on where most people were claiming it's a rip off. The 8800GTX on the other hand was very impressive on release, but we haven't had a jump like that in awhile and I don't think we ever will.
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I'd like to see MSAA and not FXAA. That should be the most extreme and that way, we would be able to see how each card perform. FXAA is more like Nvidia's thing and it won't be a fair comparison for all cards.
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I'd like to see MSAA and not FXAA. That should be the most extreme and that way, we would be able to see how each card perform. FXAA is more like Nvidia's thing and it won't be a fair comparison for all cards.

learn somethign new everyday...

didn't realizes FXAA was nvidia-biased.

So what's better for perf/quality...SMAA?
for pure performance go FXAA?
     
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u need 3 titans to max out this game with msaa*8/txaa*4 with at least 60 fps all the time, what a mess...and just for 1080p and without tweaks/mods
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Oh well looks like the old HD6950 had its run... tongue.gif

Too bad it will need to have it for at least a couple years more rolleyes.gif
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u need 3 titans to max out this game with msaa*8/txaa*4 with at least 60 fps all the time, what a mess...and just for 1080p and without tweaks/mods

Lol no.

Tho HD7970s/GTX680s/Titans suffice. and you're still hovering the 80s mark.
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Oh well looks like the old HD6950 had its run... tongue.gif

Too bad it will need to have it for at least a couple years more rolleyes.gif
Lol no.

Tho HD7970s/GTX680s/Titans suffice. and you're still hovering the 80s mark.

look at this

1080p/1200p:




1440p:

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I'd like to see MSAA and not FXAA. That should be the most extreme and that way, we would be able to see how each card perform. FXAA is more like Nvidia's thing and it won't be a fair comparison for all cards.

i already posted the bench with msaa ....see above
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