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Then doesnt that make the EVGA card just a normal Nvidea card ? Nnidea gives there cards to companies like EVGA and then companies put the cooler and name on it ? Or do they change everything such as where the VRM is placed and lala?

Nvidia does not build GeForce. They design the silicone processors. Nvidia will design a reference build, (proc.ram,vrm,fans and any software) and then oversee companies like evga that their (it still nvidia's product) video cards are being constructed to the nvidia design.
More often than not, nvidia will cut corners in the voltage regulation modules (vrm's). Using cheaper components. So people will chop them up and add their own modded parts. zombie mode Otherwise the video cards would never make that high of an overclock...



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All titans are reference Nvidia designs yes.

However these cards were hardware volt modded (probably by Vince) and cooled with LN2 to achieve those 1700MHz speeds.
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 Reviews dont state as such.. they mention only :




http://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics/53765-gigabyte-readying-custom-designed-geforce-gtx-titan-card/

I know but after waiting for the GK110 based cards since before the 680 launch and after reading every single rumor and after buying one I can recognize a Titan ref board when I see one. And that thing (see the 2nd pic for the best detail) is definitely a reference board.

Unfortunate but still.

want denying that the pic is still reference.. just saying that Gigabyte has officially announced that they have plans for releasing the non-ref board.. not that one was in circulation now..

 

 I know it may be high hopes at this time.. but Im keeping my fingers crossed they deliver on their word.

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