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i wonder what the specs will be ?



http://www.evga.com/articles/00729/#TitanSCSignature
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i wonder what the specs will be ?



http://www.evga.com/articles/00729/#TitanSCSignature

No idea, but I have been wondering since I saw the final specs on this beast. Would having a system with less RAM than this card cause problems?
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who cares ? RAM is cheap, just buy a few more sticks or in your case buy 2 x 4 GB's and you should be fine.
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who cares ? RAM is cheap, just buy a few more sticks or in your case buy 2 x 4 GB's and you should be fine.

This ^ if you could afford a GPU like that I'm sure you wont have 3gb of memory or less.
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Do they even make money off gpu's such as these when they charge 1 grand for em? They must be in short Demand since I bet most people are waiting for the more affordable 770/780 models. 780 will be what around 500-600 bucks and the 770 model would be around 350-400 bucks. I am going from past graphics cards such as when I bought my Gtx 470(died buy company replaced it with a gtx 570 update). Are prices generally where I say they are at for those models 70 and 80? I remember I paid probably around 370-400 bucks for my gtx 470 all those years ago and at that time I remember 780 being about 100-150 dollars more at around 550 I believe.

Is a card like this for if you plan on running 3 or 5 monitors at once or something or game at high resolutions like 2500x something on some of those more expensive Monitors? Are most of us gaming at 1920x1080/1920x1200 resolution on here?



Edit: I just seen some people claim this Graphics Card struggles to run Crysis 3 at 1920x1080, hopefully that person was joking. For a 1 grand Graphics card I would suspect it should be able to handle and destroy any new game now adays. Crysis 3 is that Demanding? Anyways, I was never a big fan of that gaming series anyways, it was usually a game people used more as a Benchmark than they actually sat down and beat. tongue.gif
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