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I think just about anyone knows this. When I built my rig it only had a single 7850, and was built on BUDGET. You know, that thing that 95% of people have when they build a rig. My budget was less than a single titan, so I certainly wasn't buying one of those, or a 7970 for that matter.

It was only logical to buy another 7850 when I wanted more graphical performance than to just ditch the current one I had and buy a 7950 instead, when for less money I could out perform the 7950 and 7970.

You are failing to see how important price to performance really is.

For the sake of my sanity, I don't want to continue to prove how stupid the Price / Performance point really is. You're the one that came here LAUGHING at Titan owners.

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I laugh at people spending $1000 on the titan. What a joke as far as price to performance ratio. An utter waste of money, and everyone in this thread defending the titan is just trying to justify your purchase. Just admit that spending that sort of money on the card isn't justifiable, even if it's the top performing single GPU. The price is still much to high.

My HD 7850 crossfire setup is the best price to performance ratio out of all current cards. I spent $400 total on my cards and they outperform a single 7950 and 7970. Pretty funny considering the price of both of those cards.

Yea I still don't get the best framerates out there, but I also spent a small amount of money compared to most peoples setups on here when it comes to graphics cards.

I'm not sure if I can run 3x 7850s, tried googling it but couldn't find an answer and it doesn't seem anyone is doing it. Then again my PSU doesn't have 6x 6pin adapters to do so.

You don't understand that some people like Levesque want the best of the best because he runs 3 ZR30w 1600p screens, while you run a 23" $200 monitor.

Stick with your budget rig, others will stick to their overkill rigs.

I'm sorry I went there. You wanted real talk, you got it.
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I think just about anyone knows this. When I built my rig it only had a single 7850, and was built on BUDGET. You know, that thing that 95% of people have when they build a rig. My budget was less than a single titan, so I certainly wasn't buying one of those, or a 7970 for that matter.

It was only logical to buy another 7850 when I wanted more graphical performance than to just ditch the current one I had and buy a 7950 instead, when for less money I could out perform the 7950 and 7970.

You are failing to see how important price to performance really is.

I didn't buy my crossfire setup all at once, otherwise I WOULD have bought a 7950 instead. It was out of my price range though.

I love quoting the TPU review:
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If all you can think of now is the high price: Congratulations, you have realized that the Titan is not for you, and you shouldn't buy one. There are plenty of other choices that will deliver a great gaming performance at more sensible price points. The Titan is for those that really could care less if they spend $500, $1000, or $2000 on a graphics card.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_Titan/35.html

See no one is arguing that Titan is a reasonable purchase when it comes to price/performance. It definitely isn't for everyone. The people buying one aren't better than others. The people buying one want one and for them that's the only reason they need. If you do not feel the same way then the card obviously is not for you. It's quite simple and nothing worth getting upset over.
 
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people that bought 1k for a gpu are the stupid one and I'm about to be one but hey, The fastest single gpu is at hand tongue.gif
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Man, I went to sleep when this thread became somewhat civil with points from both sides at least keeping boundaries and now we are back to value of 2 7970s vs 1 titan...can we at least say you can get 3 7970s for 1 titan now? Lol jk.

But seriously, let's get back to speculating how well drivers will improve of what the 780/8970 will be. That way no one can be wrong or right haha
     
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I didn't say anything about a big chip. AMD doesn't offer big gaming gpus because they do not sell big workstation ones either but this isn't pertinent to the discussion, we aren't talking about a potential competitor to Titan by AMD. Cayman was 389mm^2, tahiti is 365mm^2 unless I am mistaken. A 400mm^2 card seems possible although I have absolutely zero info on that. They might as well settle for a higher clocked refresh as you say.

Edit. 5870 (cypress) was at 334mm^2. Rather interesting.
i think that while it is plausible for AMD to achieve that die size, it is better for them to improve the smaller dies. i.e. improve power consumption, higher bins and less leakage. after this architecture, if MAD has a good plan and design, they might nail bigger dies. (i think the major reason for that thinking is the previous big die failure. AMD, as all humans, learns from experience)

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dat ninja edit
Edited by RKTGX95 - 3/11/13 at 10:59am
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Man, I went to sleep when this thread became somewhat civil with points from both sides at least keeping boundaries and now we are back to value of 2 7970s vs 1 titan...can we at least say you can get 3 7970s for 1 titan now? Lol jk.

But seriously, let's get back to speculating how well drivers will improve of what the 780/8970 will be. That way no one can be wrong or right haha

Most are well behave, I'm suprise that there's not so much name calling.....anyways, it was fun....I'm done smile.gif
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I don't think buying a Titan makes anyone stupid. If they're able to do it and are fine with it, then why should anyone complain? At the end of the day it does offer a tangible advantage over other other single gpu's.
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You can and WILL always find 2 lesser cards that outperform a Single Card. But as you trickle down the line......

2 6770's are faster than a 7850.

I'm using way too much sarcasm here to show how stupid the P / P point is, I understand that.

I'm not sure that makes P/P stupid. It's definitely being beaten like a dead horse but it's still a valid point considering we arent talking about fine wine or caviar. Or even something that's really collectible.

The day we all own 12 pharmacies and 17 shopping malls, p/p will be truly stupid.
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Man, I went to sleep when this thread became somewhat civil with points from both sides at least keeping boundaries and now we are back to value of 2 7970s vs 1 titan...can we at least say you can get 3 7970s for 1 titan now? Lol jk.

But seriously, let's get back to speculating how well drivers will improve of what the 780/8970 will be. That way no one can be wrong or right haha

Yeah the thread slowed down from 1 post a minute to one every 30 min or so, everything was nice and pretty and the civilized discourse reigned supreme...
And than... someone decided to whip out their d... pay checks.
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from the chart I need a single GTX 680 for 1080p.... hmm, should I upgrade from my GTX 670 OC....?
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For the sake of my sanity, I don't want to continue to prove how stupid the Price / Performance point really is. You're the one that came here LAUGHING at Titan owners.

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You don't understand that some people like Levesque want the best of the best because he runs 3 ZR30w 1600p screens, while you run a 23" $200 monitor.

Stick with your budget rig, others will stick to their overkill rigs.

I'm sorry I went there. You wanted real talk, you got it.

Your argument is incredibly poor. Levesque makes up the <1% on here that have that sort of budget for a gaming rig. EVERYONE ELSE doesn't have 4k to spend on building a complete setup. Your points are completely invalid.

Of course I'm laughing at titan owners. For the money spent, there is better performance with other card combinations. There's no reason to buy a titan.
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I love quoting the TPU review:
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_Titan/35.html

See no one is arguing that Titan is a reasonable purchase when it comes to price/performance. It definitely isn't for everyone. The people buying one aren't better than others. The people buying one want one and for them that's the only reason they need. If you do not feel the same way then the card obviously is not for you. It's quite simple and nothing worth getting upset over.

Actually, if you reread the whole thread, multiple people try to argue the titan was a reasonable purchase. Some even get so defensive that they are clearly irate. Clearly a sign of someone who's in a dilemma about what they purchased.

For the money spent on a single titan, or SLI titans or anything beyond that, MORE performance can be had for LESS money with other multi card setups.
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