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Around my whereabouts the only nvidia GTX Titan in stock is the one from Gigabyte and that makes me a bit suspicious - are there any known issues with the Gigabyte GTX Titan or Gigabyte graphics card in general?
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GTX Titan are all reference design. Warranty, sticker and bios are the differences between brands.
    
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Thank you MrTooShort.
I don't care about the sticker and the warranty will be gone once I have put my upcoming GTX Titan under water.
The bios does matter, but as far as I know I should be able to flash it with a bios from another brand in case I am not satisfied with the stock bios(?)
What about the parts? The memory, the voltage controllers etc. Can I expect that to be the same quality in the different brands for this reference card?
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Originally Posted by plu2 View Post

Thank you MrTooShort.
I don't care about the sticker and the warranty will be gone once I have put my upcoming GTX Titan under water.
The bios does matter, but as far as I know I should be able to flash it with a bios from another brand in case I am not satisfied with the stock bios(?)
What about the parts? The memory, the voltage controllers etc. Can I expect that to be the same quality in the different brands for this reference card?

Components are the same, that's way it's called reference. smile.gif

And another yes - you can flash other BIOSs.
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Whats the best manufacturer of all that builds Titan that servers the highest performance so far ? EVGA or ASUS ? or who ? & why ?
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Around my whereabouts the only nvidia GTX Titan in stock is the one from Gigabyte and that makes me a bit suspicious - are there any known issues with the Gigabyte GTX Titan or Gigabyte graphics card in general?

EVGA & ASUS are the designated Titan sellers for the North America regions(for now, that may change later), Nvidia might have designated Gigabyte as their Denmark seller.

All reference Titans made the same way with the same Bios etc, only thing different is the packaging and manufacture stickers.
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Though, I've had better experiences with other branded cards like Asus and Evga instead of Gigabyte, all of which were reference. They weren't Titan cards.
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