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If they come out at $750 within 5% performance wise of the Original titan they will be very tempting indeed. thumb.gif

This. Although I'm staying away from Titan, I could jump on this at that price point. It would be a pretty attractive SLI option as well, much more attractive that a $2k settup for most people.
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I dont like nvidias trend in cutting down on the memory bus. tired of seeing nvidia cards under 256 bit

I hope the 700 series breaks away from the 600 series trend
Does a 256bit card at 300Gbps running very high memory frequencies and a 384bit card at 300Gbps running at lower frequencies have any difference in performance? Or is the end result the same?
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This. Although I'm staying away from Titan, I could jump on this at that price point. It would be a pretty attractive SLI option as well, much more attractive that a $2k settup for most people.
i doubt it will be under $800, anything less would be a massive slap to the face of anyone owning a titan. I'm betting $850-$900 thumb.gif
Edited by th3illusiveman - 3/19/13 at 8:32am
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Does a 256bit card at 300Gbps running very high memory frequencies and a 384bit card at 300Gbps running at lower frequencies have any difference in performance? Or is the end result the same?

Theoretically 384 bit card over 256 bit should be more efficient because more bits are being transferred per Cycle(Hz). And as the no of cycles here aka frequency reduces the amperage requirements also reduces that is why it should consume less power.

In a 384 bit card, You can say less cycles(Hz) will be used to get a bandwidth of 300Gbps, therefore less voltage and ampere will be required. Result = low power consumption than a 256 bit card.
this will happen because 384 bits of data will be sent per cycle of memory frequency.

In a 256 bit card, You can say more cycles(Hz) will be used to get a bandwidth of 300Gbps, therefore more voltage and ampere will be required. Result = higher power consumption than a 384 bit card.
This will happen because 256 bits of data will be sent per cycle of memory frequency.
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Does a 256bit card at 300Gbps running very high memory frequencies and a 384bit card at 300Gbps running at lower frequencies have any difference in performance? Or is the end result the same?

Depends on resolution and kind of game being played at that point.

game slike MMO's specifically where you may have Large numbers of people on-screen in battle, like an open world PVP area, you will benefit from higher memory interface as it needs to load so many textures quickly. This most likely less important for modern FPS games unless higher resolution involved. but I would still prefer the higher interface just to be able to handle everything that comes at you.

256 bit and lower just feels so late 90's lol


edit, the overall bandwidth can be supplemented with faster memory like gddr5 but is some situations like Anti Aliasing, higher resolution gaming, mass texture loading like found in MMO's that the higher memory interface will be lovely.
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Been saying for a while we are getting non-reference designs. Hopefully this and everything else I've seen is true and we will see Lightnings soon.

Inno3D Announces Its Black Series GeForce GTX Titan

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Inno3D announces its hybrid liquid/air cooled GTX Titan, with the cooling solution based on Arctic's Accelero Hybrid cooler.

Inno3D has released a semi-custom version of the GTX Titan, this one sporting Arctic's Accelero Hybrid cooler. It is called the GeForce GTX Titan iChill Black Series. While Nvidia doesn't allow manufacturers to make any changes to the reference PCB design, apparently, manufacturers can still choose to use a different cooler or change the clock speeds.

Arctic's Accelero Hybrid is a cooler that shares the idea from Asus' ARES II card, which has a liquid cooler for the GPU and a fan on the shroud to cool the other components, such as the RAM and the VRM; hence, it's called a hybrid cooler. The unit is also closed-loop and thus maintenance free.



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Beyond the custom cooler, the GPU's core speed has been changed. What used to be 837 MHz base and 876 MHz boost is now 837 MHz base and 980 MHz boost. The memory clock speed has remained the same, at 6 GHz, as well as the 2688 CUDA cores, 224 TMUs, 48 ROPs, and the 384-bit memory bus. Since Inno3D can't make any changes to the PCB design, the card also still draws power from a combination of a 6-pin and 8-pin PCIe power connector. Display outputs are also still two DVI ports, HDMI and a DisplayPort.

Is the MSi version coming or what.?
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Your thread? Plus, "this is OCN" is starting to sound like that line from 300 lol. Xtremesystems.org is what you're confusing OCN with.

I actually came here from xs expecting to see less people buying titans and instead there are way more.
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Thanks to google I don't need to speak swedish to know that article has nothing to do with non reference pcbs. "customized cards like first with evga and now others are free as well" hydrocopper is of course reference as well as that ichill thing. To think a lightning is coming anytime soon is just wishful thinking and based on 0 evidence.
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i doubt it will be under $800, anything less would be a massive slap to the face of anyone owning a titan. I'm betting $850-$900 thumb.gif

I don't agree with anything else you've said really (like so many others you beat the price horse that's been dead for ages) but I do agree with this. Take whatever the average is of what most people are saying which right now seems to be around 700$ and tack on the nvidia tax. My official guess is 799$.

Edit: sorry it seems I've messed up the quotes, anyway you know who you are! (quotes fixed now)
Edited by mbreslin - 3/19/13 at 9:37am
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Not quite taken by these cards. We're a year on from the 680, I could understand these cards a few to 6 months after but this is disappointing and no signs of anything picking up.

When can we expect AMD to push forward? More recently we see nvidia coming up with something later like we saw with the ATI 5000 and 7000 series. Seems we need AMD again.
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I actually came here from xs expecting to see less people buying titans and instead there are way more.
Thanks to google I don't need to speak swedish to know that article has nothing to do with non reference pcbs. "customized cards like first with evga and now others are free as well" hydrocopper is of course reference as well as that ichill thing. To think a lightning is coming anytime soon is just wishful thinking and based on 0 evidence.
I don't agree with anything else you've said really (like so many others you beat the price horse that's been dead for ages) but I do agree with this. Take whatever the average is of what most people are saying which right now seems to be around 700$ and tack on the nvidia tax. My official guess is 799$.

Edit: sorry it seems I've messed up the quotes, anyway you know who you are! (quotes fixed now)
always good to know i have a fan thumb.gif

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Depends on resolution and kind of game being played at that point.

game slike MMO's specifically where you may have Large numbers of people on-screen in battle, like an open world PVP area, you will benefit from higher memory interface as it needs to load so many textures quickly. This most likely less important for modern FPS games unless higher resolution involved. but I would still prefer the higher interface just to be able to handle everything that comes at you.

256 bit and lower just feels so late 90's lol


edit, the overall bandwidth can be supplemented with faster memory like gddr5 but is some situations like Anti Aliasing, higher resolution gaming, mass texture loading like found in MMO's that the higher memory interface will be lovely.
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Theoretically 384 bit card over 256 bit should be more efficient because more bits are being transferred per Cycle(Hz). And as the no of cycles here aka frequency reduces the amperage requirements also reduces that is why it should consume less power.

In a 384 bit card, You can say less cycles(Hz) will be used to get a bandwidth of 300Gbps, therefore less voltage and ampere will be required. Result = low power consumption than a 256 bit card.
this will happen because 384 bits of data will be sent per cycle of memory frequency.

In a 256 bit card, You can say more cycles(Hz) will be used to get a bandwidth of 300Gbps, therefore more voltage and ampere will be required. Result = higher power consumption than a 384 bit card.
This will happen because 256 bits of data will be sent per cycle of memory frequency.

Thank you both +rep, very helpful
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Not quite taken by these cards. We're a year on from the 680, I could understand these cards a few to 6 months after but this is disappointing and no signs of anything picking up.

When can we expect AMD to push forward? More recently we see nvidia coming up with something later like we saw with the ATI 5000 and 7000 series. Seems we need AMD again.
I argued that point before, it fell on deaf ears lol. I absolutely hate these long gaps between GPU releases. AMD playing dead isn't helping anyone either, no cards until end of the year they say sozo.gif

Anyways, i think i will skip CFX and stick with a single card, then get whatever new flagship releases whether it be Nvidia or AMD. I got my 2nd GTX570 2-3 months before the release of the 7970 and was burned when they devalued like a rock when trying to sell them.
Edited by th3illusiveman - 3/19/13 at 10:35am
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Its not okay to talk about the price but hey, lets compare old generations , GTX 480 vs GTX 570. Trying to rule the thread discussions...? doh.gif


When I see those news, the only thing I don't undertand is AMD doing nothing. I'm tempted by 3 if they come out at reasonable price and 5GB.

They are doing plenty & when it's all said & done. They will have one killa card....
 
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Inno3D Announces Its Black Series GeForce GTX Titan


Is the MSi version coming or what.?

If someone buys this card let us know the temps that cooler is available for most modern cards but is pretty expensive. I've been tempted to buy one a couple times but always held off because I couldn't find anyone I trust that did a long term review.
 
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