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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

38FPS to 51FPS is 26%?

Not sure why they claim the wrong gains in some titles, but your numbers are low and theirs are high.
Ha! I tried to say it was a better deal than the first titan earlier this week and people jumped all over me saying it wasn't. tongue.gif

Not sure what you mean.

This is what they said:
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When gaming at 2560x1600 in Crysis 3 the GTX Titan X rendered an impressive 51fps on average, 46% faster than the GTX 980 and 39% faster than the R9 290X, while it was just 19% slower than the R9 295X2.

Jumping to 4K reduced the average frame rate to just 26fps, though if we were to disable anti-aliasing we would likely receive playable performance. Even so, with 26fps the GTX Titan X was 48% faster than the GTX 980 and 24% faster than the R9 290X while also being 24% slower than the R9 295X2.

51fps is not 39% faster than 44fps.
And 26fps is not 24% faster than 22fps.
post #152 of 1345
Paging @i7monkey The X has FP64 crippled, and GM200 is in fact a full chip like GF110 was. Titan X truly is double the price.

Get your complaints in now. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by MapRef41N93W View Post

And so is the Titan-X. http://compubench.com/result.jsp

As I already stated, double precision isn't a requirement for a card to be a compute card and is mostly used in a very specific subset of applications.

It's clear that a lot of people do not know or understand what "compute" really means, and its uses.

GM200 truly is the best compute card right now, for the majority users. They don't realize that most software uses Single Precision, while the software that uses Double Precision is the type of software that 99% of OCN'ers will never use. I guarantee you if you ran a poll in the Titan thread, and asked how often Double Precision was enabled, you'd hear crickets.

With that said, OG Titan was justified at $999 because of its double precision capabilities, the 12GB RAM ( and lack of competition right now of course ) are the only justifications for the higher price. For all intents and purposes this is a 780TI successor.
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Just think... if GK100 didn't have yield issues, the GTX680 would have possibly been based on it and the Titan brand may have never see the light of day. Lucky for Nvidia that little GK104 competed so well with the 7970. wink.gif

Although we might, I highly doubt it to be honest, there's nothing further to improve on. Maybe better yields.

If it wasn't for the 7970's performance, GK104 would have never been labeled a 680 that's for sure. Do you remember the leaks showing it as 670 TI?
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Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post

Did the GTX 980 SLI have > 100% scaling at HardwareCanucks? What's going on?


source: http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/68992-nvidia-titan-x-performance-review-6.html

Weird numbers, probably just an error.
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EK blocks, backplates and RVE Monoblock ordered. Gonna be a fun build. thumb.gif
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EK blocks, backplates and RVE Monoblock ordered. Gonna be a fun build. thumb.gif
Going for 4 of them this time Vega or 2? smile.gif
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Paging @i7monkey The X has FP64 crippled, and GM200 is in fact a full chip like GF110 was. Titan X truly is double the price.

Get your complaints in now. wink.gif
It's clear that a lot of people do not know or understand what "compute" really means, and its uses.

GM200 truly is the best compute card right now, for the majority users. They don't realize that most software uses Single Precision, while the software that uses Double Precision is the type of software that 99% of OCN'ers will never use. I guarantee you if you ran a poll in the Titan thread, and asked how often Double Precision was enabled, you'd hear crickets.

With that said, OG Titan was justified at $999 because of its double precision capabilities, the 12GB RAM ( and lack of competition right now of course ) are the only justifications for the higher price. For all intents and purposes this is a 780TI successor.
Although we might, I highly doubt it to be honest, there's nothing further to improve on. Maybe better yields.

If it wasn't for the 7970's performance, GK104 would have never been labeled a 680 that's for sure. Do you remember the leaks showing it as 670 TI?
Weird numbers, probably just an error.

Or DAM GOOD! biggrin.gif
 
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Also ordered mine from NVIDIA direct. $60 tax sucks, $30 to overnight. Better than wasting my time refresh sites constantly throughout the next few days.

Oh well... I hope it comes tomorrow but I doubt it. tongue.gif
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EK blocks, backplates and RVE Monoblock ordered. Gonna be a fun build. thumb.gif

Did you get confirmation yet? NVIDIA hasn't sent me one yet but they did charge my card immediately.
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Here are some benchmarks of a Titan X overclocked to 1370MHZ if anyone is interested [source : pcgh].

Watch Dogs 4K:



Crysis 3 4K:



Dragon Age Inquisition 4K:

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so have any of the reviews mentioned whether the voltage is unlocked?
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EK blocks, backplates and RVE Monoblock ordered. Gonna be a fun build. thumb.gif

Where'd you buy them, EK directly?

Actual don't answer that. I don't need more incentive for this card..I want to wait for the custom cards if I can.
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Here are some benchmarks of a Titan X overclocked to 1370MHZ if anyone is interested [source : pcgh].

Watch Dogs 4K:



Crysis 3 4K:



Dragon Age Inquisition 4K:


Lots of AA there. Useless benches imo.
 
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