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post #71 of 86
2 GTX680's are faster then 1 titan for sure, but only in SLI enabled games (mostly every new game)
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post #72 of 86
If he said SLI 670 4GB vs Titan

I would have said SLI 670 4gb.... He would of have saved $300 for the same performance.... Price of waterblocks!
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post #73 of 86
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Originally Posted by Kane2207 View Post

Titan pulls some pretty respectable numbers for a single card at the same settings as yourself:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Nice numbers. thumb.gif Sure your Titan isn't OCed a little?

Still not quite as powerful as SLIed 680s, but a higher score than I would have expected, but then it is a one card solution vs. two cards which probably aren't going to scale perfectly. Minimum FPS difference seems pretty large though. Maybe that has something to do with faster loading times with the faster video memory speeds you get with having two cards.

This is the source of the numbers I posted earlier (not my score, though I did post it in that thread too): http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1882949 I think they're testing the cards in the same rig so it may be a more direct comparison of the cards' performance.
Edited by Wrend - 3/31/13 at 10:15am
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post #74 of 86
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Nice numbers. thumb.gif Sure your Titan isn't OCed a little?

Still not quite as powerful as SLIed 680s, but a higher score than I would have expected. Minimum FPS difference seems pretty large though. Maybe that has something to do with faster loading times with the faster video memory speeds you get with having two cards.

This is the source of the numbers I posted earlier (not my score, though I did post it in that thread too): http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1882949 I think they're testing the cards in the same rig so it may be a more direct comparison of the cards' performance.

It's on stock volts, I just changed the power limit to 106% and 90C prioritising temp. Boost takes care of the rest smile.gif

Not sure why the min sucks so much though, it is odd. Both Unigine tests only say it has 4GB of VRAM too
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post #75 of 86
Yeah, the only thing I could think of was the total video memory bandwidth of two cards vs. one. Not sure though.

The Heaven benchmark doesn't seem to recognize my cards at all, but that doesn't seem to affect my scores.
Edited by Wrend - 3/31/13 at 12:26pm
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post #77 of 86
Titan all the way, single card solution > SLI anyday
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Except when it isn't, like in this case.

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Very interesting previous link, by the way. Seems like CrossFire has some very significant issues that I wasn't aware of.
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post #79 of 86
As someone who's been down the multiGPU route and got bitten by all the inherent problems, I have decided not to get anything other than a single card ever again. (It might change eventually if both manufacturers come up with a proper solution to those problems.)

I vote for the Titan as well.
post #80 of 86
Well, when it comes to single card, Ryan Shrout also agrees that the 7970 GHz is faster (while maintaining same level of stuttering - or no stuttering at all) than GTX680.
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