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Orly?

Sorry but, no.

Just, so much no.

The Titan was actually aimed towards a niche market but, happened to perform well in the gaming world so, to market the card, they marketed it as "the best thing since sliced bread"...That doesn't make gaming it's primary purpose...It's a "crunch card" that just so happens to be good at gaming.

The 780 was and always has been aimed at the gaming market.
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Titan is also great for benchmarkers. 780 isn't going to cut it for those global points on hwbot. Or any top scores actually.
 
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C'mon you can do better than that tongue.gif

1176MHz


Well I needed more clocks for mine but I was also running two monitors which seems to have a significant impact:

post #1953 of 2543
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Orly?

Sorry but, no.

Just, so much no.

The Titan was actually aimed towards a niche market but, happened to perform well in the gaming world so, to market the card, they marketed it as "the best thing since sliced bread"...That doesn't make gaming it's primary purpose...It's a "crunch card" that just so happens to be good at gaming.

The 780 was and always has been aimed at the gaming market.

This forces a very interesting situation for Nvidia because the Titan has to be continually updated via software whenever a new major launch approaches because, once again, the card actually isn't geared towards gaming performance, it just so happens to be good at it...So, they'll be driver enhancing the Titan for YEARS to come.

Same is true of the 780 -- In fact, from beta -- > WHQL there was about a 5% overall gain in performance.

Typically it's @5%/driver but, again this is a unique situation so, it will be interesting to see what happens.

As to if there's a possibility of them not supporting the card...LOL...That's like saying Amelia Earhart never worked on her own plane.


5% performance increase, where, in what game/program?

By supporting I mean boosts in games.'

Just to be clear.

Edit: I have no clue of how is Amelia Earhart.
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Well I needed more clocks for mine but I was also running two monitors which seems to have a significant impact:


rawr



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I really do need to install that block though. Just one more exam lol.
 
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If you mean there's a possibility that you're completely full of it, then yeah, I agree absolutely wink.gif

I am so fed bro! You are a good dude. I like you biggrin.gif
post #1956 of 2543
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What? What point? That VI/9970 will be out in q4 2013 as stated by AMD. Do you want the link again?

Why don't you show me some "proof" of it coning out with bf4 in October since you seem to be spreading that everywhere.

A 9970 won't be out Q4 2013, what are you smoking? We're getting a OEM and retail versions of the 8970... 9970 is another year away.
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5% performance increase, where, in what game/program?

By supporting I mean boosts in games.'

Just to be clear.

So do I...

What most people fail to realize/understand is that the Titan is not a card that was designed for gaming. It was actually designed and originally marketed to fit a niche at an unbeatable price-point and succeeded.

The card, itself, will require updates to basically keep that status...The Titan will //always// be supported by Nvidia in games because that's what Nvidia marketed the card as.

The 780, will be supported, indefinitely as will the Titan.

I don't quite understand what the discussion is -- Every single update to the Titan will be an update to the 780 with the exception of a couple coding changes.

My example of 5% was from the Beta drivers we received with the samples to the current WHQL -- And Nvidia has actually promised many more updates.

I'm curious where you're getting your information from because it's not accurate, not at all.
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A 9970 won't be out Q4 2013, what are you smoking? We're getting a OEM and retail versions of the 8970... 9970 is another year away.

So 8970 OEM and 8970 non-OEM this year?
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5% performance increase, where, in what game/program?

By supporting I mean boosts in games.'

Just to be clear.

Edit: I have no clue of how is Amelia Earhart.

Supporting and performance enhancement are two very different things rolleyes.gif

I can guarantee that the support will continue for a good few years unless something catastrophic happens, like Nvidia going bust. You won't see any massive performance gains made like Fermi or with GCN because the arch is already mature, Nvidia know how to write drivers for it and most of the gains have already been made.
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So do I...

What most people fail to realize/understand is that the Titan is not a card that was designed for gaming. It was actually designed and originally marketed to fit a niche at an unbeatable price-point and succeeded.

The card, itself, will require updates to basically keep that status...The Titan will //always// be supported by Nvidia in games because that's what Nvidia marketed the card as.

The 780, will be supported, indefinitely as will the Titan.

I don't quite understand what the discussion is -- Every single update to the Titan will be an update to the 780 with the exception of a couple coding changes.

My example of 5% was from the Beta drivers we received with the samples to the current WHQL -- And Nvidia has actually promised many more updates.

I'm curious where you're getting your information from because it's not accurate, not at all.

5% but can you mention a specific utility this gain is noticed at?

What most people fail to realize/understand is that the Titan is not a card that was designed for gaming. It was actually designed and originally marketed to fit a niche at an unbeatable price-point and succeeded.
I know this very, trust me, very well.
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