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Bleh, I shall wait for the DirectCU II aftermarket version. Always trustworthy of running quiet n' cool thumb.gif

Didnt the Titan prove its quite and cool already? tongue.gif
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Bleh, I shall wait for the DirectCU II aftermarket version. Always trustworthy of running quiet n' cool thumb.gif

There is a saying "Great minds thinks alike", or something like that.
But how long does it usually take for a after-market version (from Asus) to be out on the market?
Edited by KsnNwk - 5/19/13 at 3:16am
post #113 of 1081
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ok, fine. I except there will be 8970 non OEM, it is unusual to have 1 OEM and 1 non though.

We were not trying to say that for 100% sure there wouldn't be a non OEM 8970. Simply saying the existence of the OEM rebrand 8970 doesn't necessarily mean there would be a real and true retail 8970 soon or at all even. Think it was just one big miscommunication between a few people.

Off topic enough though, carry on.
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Didnt the Titan prove its quite and cool already? tongue.gif

Ye well, we want it cooler tongue.gif, and it seems that the cooling solutions isn't made from the same components, even though it may looks the same.
But I'm just repeating the rumours, not sure of it, but still may be so.
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We were not trying to say that for 100% sure there wouldn't be a non OEM 8970. Simply saying the existence of the OEM rebrand 8970 doesn't necessarily mean there would be a real and true retail 8970 soon or at all even. Think it was just one big miscommunication between a few people.

Off topic enough though, carry on.

I was trying to prove my point that there should be a 8970 in my opinion in whatever form on the market. Enough with this though.

Will we receive Metro Last Light with 780 purchase? Nvida says anything above 660Ti and Titan counts too. I guess it is the case with 780!
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I was trying to prove my point that there should be a 8970 in my opinion in whatever form on the market. Enough with this though.

Will we receive Metro Last Light with 780 purchase? Nvida says anything above 660Ti and Titan counts too. I guess it is the case with 780!

I hope so, haven't brought Metro LL yet because it might come with my 780 when i buy it
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I was trying to prove my point that there should be a 8970 in my opinion in whatever form on the market. Enough with this though.

Will we receive Metro Last Light with 780 purchase? Nvida says anything above 660Ti and Titan counts too. I guess it is the case with 780!

Ill agree you were/still are trying to convey your point, even if it was moot. Maybe next time you won't argue your opinion with informed people posing factual information to further your understanding. thumb.gif
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
To bring this back to on topic discussion here's an official spec chart:


No I can't tongue.gif

And no it wasn't a 29% OC, it's 27% since they say their crysis 3 clocks leveled at 1110MHz, not 1137MHz.

And far cry 3 is the lowest of the bunch when it comes to increases. The others are 20%, 19% and 18%.

And you don't seem to kno wthat much about OCing the memory on Titans...

This is how it looks like:




That's a 5.7% increase from OCing the memory and that's with a card that had +0 core speed. The need for bandwidth is bigger at higher frequencies....

Minimum frame rate increased by 26%....
Valley is one of the few benchmarks where a high memory OC actually adds any significant performance, usually it does nothing.
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Valley is one of the few benchmarks where a high memory OC actually adds any significant performance, usually it does nothing.

It does in some games too, it depends on the settings and often even the area of the game.
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Ill agree you were/still are trying to convey your point, even if it was moot. Maybe next time you won't argue your opinion with informed people posing factual information to further your understanding. thumb.gif

"Factual"-=on that note is gone beyond the borders...
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