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It's definitely not meant for gaming. You could go quad titan for that prices and still have enough for the rest of your system. I'm sure you could use it for gaming but workstation drivers are different. I believe you would have to hack some gaming drivers on there and it could be used for games. I have no clue how it would perform though. It is a monster gpu in there though. One of those chips on a classified pcb with unlocked voltage and with the proper drivers would be insane.

you would also have to flash the bios to something differeant as this could is made to do professional Graphisc work or for super computing. this is what the titan super computer has in it.

18,688 of these to be exact with over 299,000 opteron cores and 710 TB of memory. I wonder if I could max out BF4 with this??? biggrin.gif
post #12 of 16
In most cases, the GPU hardware you see in those $3,000+ cards aren't even that good compared to mainstream $300-$500 cards. Same amount of cores, roughly the same amount of memory, maybe even a slightly slower clock speed as well.

The difference though revolves around the support those cards get. The drivers for those cards receive soo much more attention and are extremely program specific. The drivers they receive go through a lot more validation processes than our monthly drivers we get for our gaming GPU's. They place stability over raw performance so that the GPU's are never the root cause of any downtime on an employee's workstation.
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So how would this be for games?

Its not, its a workstation card.
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18,688 of these to be exact with over 299,000 opteron cores and 710 TB of memory. I wonder if I could max out BF4 with this??? biggrin.gif

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This has more cores than any consumer card, and the last I checked these cards now come with different drivers, some of which are suited for gaming. It probably is possible that it would beat a Titan, but I doubt anyone would send one out for review. Also questionable is if they could be overclocked.

Of course now that AMD might be taking back the crown we could see that rumored Titan Ultra which would make it all moot.
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Like I stated before I am just about sure these cards have a different bios also than the gaming cards.
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