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Ok so ive been researching the titan and notice there are a few models i.e asus, evga etc and wanna know which one is the best for oc and performance. Also the titan has around 800mhz but the 680 has around 1150 mhz which is a big differance what does this mean? Thanks
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All Titans are the same a the moment, that meaning they all use the reference design. I'd just go with the company that has the best customer service and warranty service (EVGA).
Clock speeds don't mean anything, the Titan at 800MHz vastly outperforms the GTX 680 at 1150MHz. Also, the Titan uses GPU Boost 2.0 so you can easily get around 1GHz out of it, even more if you get a good chip.
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All Titans are the same a the moment, that meaning they all use the reference design. I'd just go with the company that has the best customer service and warranty service (EVGA).
Clock speeds don't mean anything, the Titan at 800MHz vastly outperforms the GTX 680 at 1150MHz. Also, the Titan uses GPU Boost 2.0 so you can easily get around 1GHz out of it, even more if you get a good chip.

Thanks again andy. Is it worth waiting. For a better edition then before spendimg my lifrs savings?? Also I know the titan out performs the 680 by far but what is clock speed? Doesnt it matter then?. Cheers
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Thanks again andy. Is it worth waiting. For a better edition then before spendimg my lifrs savings?? Also I know the titan out performs the 680 by far but what is clock speed? Doesnt it matter then?. Cheers


If you want someting that will be a bang for the buck, I wouldn't go for the Titan.

I also have the Titan, and I LOVE it, but if financially it will be a bothersome, look at other alternatives such as a GTX 670 and you can SLI it later down the road when prices are even lower.

 

However if you have your eyes set on a Titan and definitaly can spare the money, you will not regret the decision. It is a great performer overall.

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