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Ya you should definantly base your decision by people who do NOT own a Titan and have no idea what they are talking about outside of "NUMBERS." Yes DO NOT listen to people that have owned SLI 680s and now a TITAN.

This guy , either a troll or a total imbecile , can't decide which yet!
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This guy , either a troll or a total imbecile , can't decide which yet!


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For YOUR rig, you are right!, Your Titan might smoke your 680's in SLI because your 680's suck tongue.gif... I used to have an EVGA 670 with MAX 8000 3d mark 11 score -__-" ... When others were getting 11,000+.

Do you care to post your 3d Mark 11 score for your 1000$ TITAN? Since your 680's in SLI suck that much, I'll like to see how it compares to my 400$ 660 (Non TI) SLI score wink.gif .


http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5730318

You guys are too funny! LMAO, I don't care about "numbers," I care about playability and gaming experience. My overclocked Titan delivers a superior gaming experience in every way over my dual 680s. Two or Three 480gtxs bench higher than a 680gtx, so by your fail logic you would rather have the 480s??? lulz...fail logic is fail....seems like there is a lot of butt hurt 680gtx owners in here that are trying to justify not upgrading.
Edited by l88bastar - 2/28/13 at 1:23pm
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If you have GTX 680s in SLI, only worthwhile upgrade would be GTX Titans in SLI.
 
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You guys are too funny! LMAO, I don't care about "numbers," I care about playability and gaming experience. My overclocked Titan delivers superior a gaming experience in every way over my dual 680s.

Well that doesn't negate the fact that you're trolling thumb.gif
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Well that doesn't negate the fact that you're trolling thumb.gif

Trolling? I have the hardware to backup my analysis, unlike YOU.

I used to run 4 7970 waterblocked lightnings too....AND I would trade them all for ONE TITAN....oh wait thats basically what I did. I sold those, got two 680gtx classifieds and then sold those for ONE TITAN.




Edited by l88bastar - 2/28/13 at 1:29pm
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Trolling? I have the hardware to backup my analysis, unlike YOU.

I used to run 4 7970 waterblocked lightnings too....AND I would trade them all for ONE TITAN....oh wait thats basically what I did. I sold those, got two 680gtx classifieds and then sold those for ONE TITAN.




I don't know why would anyone do that , selling four 7970's for two 680's could be considered a downgrade but still a sidegrade because Nvidia scales better in SLI but selling your two 680's for a Titan just doesn't make sense mate , first of all if i were you i'd calm down and change my tone , secondly it's obvious that your cards were faulty if they were less powerful than your current Titan ! It's just common sense mate thumb.gif
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^^ Just stop. Your rig or your brain are broken if you think a single Titan outperforms SLI 680's...even 2GB ones.

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/nvidia_geforce_titan_%E2%80%93_benchmarks2013

2560x1600...Notice how the Titan is slower than the 690 in every single benchmark? Nvidia will even tell you Titan is only meant to be their fastest consumer single-gpu, not their fastest consumer card, which would be the 690.
Edited by dr/owned - 2/28/13 at 1:47pm
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Simple and plain NEIN.

Also, l88bastar, only an outright eggplant would trade a 7970 Quadfire for a 680 SLI, and then the 680 SLI for a Titan.
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I personally wouldn't. Going from 680sil to Titan is like me going from my 580 sli to a 680... lose performance, and the resolution you game at isn't worth the extra Vram or single card. Stick with the better performance to push out more frames... That Titan is barely faster than my 2 580's overclocked, and I paid the same price for both my GPU's over 2 years ago. The Titan is for benchmark enthusiasts and only worth the upgrade if you get at least 2 if money is no option.
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Bandwidth has noting to do with making games run smoother. Either the card/cards put out good FPS or they don't. Whether or not that FPS is bad due to limited GPU grunt or memory bandwidth can be debated in a case by case manner. While its a known fact that microstutter can be an issue I have heard no complaints in regard to Crysis 3 and all in all it has become much more rare then it used to be. While you still had some credibility left when you where talking about perceived smoothens that all when away with "NUMBERS MEAN JACK SQUAT WHEN YOUR BANDWIDTH IS GIMPED." News flash "puny 256-bit bandwidth" "Titan because it has 384-bit Memory". What you are talking about are just numbers. What maters is real world performance and every other source besides you says that the GTX690(or 680 SLI) out runs the Titan by a good margin especially at higher resolutions where SLI scaling improves.

I don't know why you keep changing your hardware especially when every change is a down grade. You think your Titan is vastly superior in smoothens when compared to a GTX690. Good for you but the rest of us got to wonder if its just placebo because you want your $1000 card to be better then what you had before.
    
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