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could anyone post a link to charts showing the comparison of the SLI 670 build vs the TITAN. I cannot find any, only threads that talk about it. I am just curious to see how it really stacks against the TITAN.
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Please get off your high horse of single Titan this or single Titan that. Nvidia's sli technology works very well, thank you very much. Some of us have Titans in sli too. tongue.gif
I am not saying it doesn't, it was just worded poorly is all I am saying. A single titan will slaughter a single 680 lol
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You completely agree ,and you don't even have a Titan yet? I don't agree as my single Titan experience is no better than my previous sli
I experience. To each their own.
An having ran SLI in the past, albeit with a couple of "crappy" 460s, my personal opinion is otherwise.

Risk crap performance on the chance that I will have an ideal sli experience, or just buy the titan, which will still be top shelf for another generation to come (thus giving it further value), and be pretty assured that I wont have any troubles.

Seems clear to me.
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Risk crap performance on the chance that I will have an ideal sli experience, or just buy the titan, which will still be top shelf for another generation to come (thus giving it further value), and be pretty assured that I wont have any troubles.

There is still the possibility that the Titan will not be the top shelf for another generation to come. The specs of the upcoming 700 series NVidia chips aren't out yet, and I wouldn't be surprised to see the upcoming 780 be 85-90% of a Titan.... and see the Titan drop in price to match.

Yeah, I'm aware of the rumors that GTX 780 will be a GK110 core just like Titan, and be slightly crippled and/or be the higher yield rejects of what doesn't pass as a qualified Titan. Who knows, it's all speculation at this point.

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Edited by hammong - 5/15/13 at 7:29pm
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An having ran SLI in the past, albeit with a couple of "crappy" 460s, my personal opinion is otherwise.

Risk crap performance on the chance that I will have an ideal sli experience, or just buy the titan, which will still be top shelf for another generation to come (thus giving it further value), and be pretty assured that I wont have any troubles.

Seems clear to me.

There has been a really good fix for SLI builds using Nvidia Inspector. Many people have reported that it has solved their problems and even gave them higher fps. And as time goes on SLI will vastly improve and be the most ideal experience one could ask for. Nvidia is really good about staying on top of their problems.

The biggest question out of them all should be, do i want some of my money back in the end or not? SLI or single is really starting to not matter when it comes down to the overall experience unless you just want lower temps and more PCI-E slots

Hell i even use Nvidia Inspector, great tool and I only have one card. I can report that it has given me a slight increase even on one card. It is a fantastic tool and very easy to use. 2 step process and you are ready to game
Edited by vaze159 - 5/15/13 at 7:28pm
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There is still the possibility that the Titan will not be the top shelf for another generation to come. The specs of the upcoming 700 series NVidia chips aren't out yet, and I wouldn't be surprised to see the upcoming 780 be on par or surpass the Titan.... and see the Titan drop in price to match. It wouldn't be the first time a flagship product came out only to be cut half in price six months later.

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Except, the specs most certainly have been. A 780 is a Titan minus one additional SMX.

Just in case you didn't know that.

And I hope to hell there is a price drop on them, if they cut them back to about 700 (or less by that time, if they are still available), I will seriously consider a second one next tax season.
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An having ran SLI in the past, albeit with a couple of "crappy" 460s, my personal opinion is otherwise.

Risk crap performance on the chance that I will have an ideal sli experience, or just buy the titan, which will still be top shelf for another generation to come (thus giving it further value), and be pretty assured that I wont have any troubles.
Seems clear to me.

I am happy for you that you are enjoying your single card experience on triple screen with max settings! Really?!
Yep, butter smooth , I bet. Right..You hang on to whatever makes you feel better, while I enjoy my sli bliss. Cool?
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I am happy for you that you are enjoying your single card experience on triple screen with max settings! Really?!
Yep, butter smooth , I bet. Right..You hang on to whatever makes you feel better, while I enjoy my sli bliss. Cool?
I don't understand for the life of me what makes you think otherwise, everything I have played, including metro 2033, has been running at maximum (unless I see AA to make very little difference above a lower setting) and runs flawlessly. Is it always 60 fps? No only rarely does it ever drop to 45 at minimum in any game - and I barely notice it.

As far as "demanding" games go, I don't have crysis 2 or 3.

And I fail to see what this has to do with you, nobody ever said sli titans was a bad thing. Keep track of context next time.
Edited by Masta Squidge - 5/15/13 at 7:37pm
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For those who haven't seen it yet:

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-gtx-780-priced-close-geforce-gtx-titan/

It is looking like the 780 is going to launch around 700 usd, maybe 650. Making it a much better deal than a Titan.
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I don't understand for the life of me what makes you think otherwise, everything I have played, including metro 2033, has been running at maximum (unless I see AA to make very little difference above a lower setting) and runs flawlessly. Is it always 60 fps? No only rarely does it ever drop to 45 at minimum in any game - and I barely notice it.

As far as "demanding" games go, I don't have crysis 2 or 3.

We have a different definition of performance. What's so hard to understand? I can't max all games with just one Titan. I will be ditching these soon for 780s anyway, if the p/p is as rumored.
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