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Hey the 780Ti's took back the crown.

The 290x2 should take the place for 1x to 4x when people get proper wc on them and oc them.

And when is the TITAN Black edition going to get on the benchmarks, there is a fair chance that it will beat the normal 290x and the 780Ti.

Are Nvidia going to be producing the 790? cos the TITAN Z is a work startion GPU not a gaming and benchmark breaking GPU making it a bad competitor for the 290x2.

Edit: Oops.. wrong benchmark, I was looking at Fire Mark on the same site.. Anyway the rest of the post still applies.
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And when is the TITAN Black edition going to get on the benchmarks, there is a fair chance that it will beat the normal 290x and the 780Ti.

Titan Black is a 780 Ti with full DP enabled and more memory. They will do no better or no worse than a normal 780 Ti.

The 780 Ti that are at the top of all benchmarks are Classified/Kingpin versions with unlocked voltage. Voltage on the Titan Black is locked down tight just like the normal 780 Ti.
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Titan Black is a 780 Ti with full DP enabled and more memory. They will do no better or no worse than a normal 780 Ti.

The 780 Ti that are at the top of all benchmarks are Classified/Kingpin versions with unlocked voltage. Voltage on the Titan Black is locked down tight just like the normal 780 Ti.

So there is no voltage lock on the Classified/Kingpin? That means you wouldn't have to go through all the annoying stuff to change the voltage cap.

That would be very help full for overclockers.


There is a way which you can change the voltage cap on the Titans: http://www.overclock.net/t/1487036/changing-voltage-on-titan Still haven't got a good answer to that post.
    
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So there is no voltage lock on the Classified/Kingpin? That means you wouldn't have to go through all the annoying stuff to change the voltage cap.

That would be very help full for overclockers.

There is a way which you can change the voltage cap on the Titans: http://www.overclock.net/t/1487036/changing-voltage-on-titan Still haven't got a good answer to that post.

The original Titan and gtx 780 had a cheat method for more voltage for up to 1.35v

When the 780 Ti came out, Nvidia changed the design so it would no longer work. Titan Black also uses the same PCB so it's locked as well.

Both cards can do a maximum of 1.212v with a custom bios but that's it.

Unless you want to solder a resistor to your card that is.
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Titan Black is a 780 Ti with full DP enabled and more memory. They will do no better or no worse than a normal 780 Ti.

You just said they do better at 64bit floats.
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You just said they do better at 64bit floats.

He asked about 780 Ti vs Titan black in benchmarks since this is a 3dmark11 thread. Does full DP give the Titan Black an advantage I'm not aware of?
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Hey the 780Ti's took back the crown.

The 290x2 should take the place for 1x to 4x when people get proper wc on them and oc them.

Well to be fair the 290Xs never did take the crown because there's a valid 10 month old 4-way titan score out there that's higher.

For some reason it's just not listed in the HOF even though it's a completely valid score with valid drivers and all. Probably a bug or something.
 
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Well to be fair the 290Xs never did take the crown because there's a valid 10 month old 4-way titan score out there that's higher.

For some reason it's just not listed in the HOF even though it's a completely valid score with valid drivers and all. Probably a bug or something.

Trolling??

Proof? Source? Pretty big claims to just throw out there. Like lobbing a hand grenade and just walking off whistling.
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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6757134
Probably because they didn't think it was legit and there had been messed with the image settings.
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