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As hot as 290X and same power consumption. Not impressed. Computer/Room will get too hot.

 

Techspot uses the Windforce X3 cooler for their Gigabyte R9 290X. The Titan uses a, in my personal opinion, sexy but garbage blower cooler. And yet they maintain parity in temperatures. Despite the 290X having a FAR FAR FAR FAR FAR better cooler.

 

 

Now in terms of power consumption.....yeah. Fair enough.

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As hot as 290X and same power consumption. Not impressed. Computer/Room will get too hot.

Don't you have a 290x currently?
post #25 of 1345
Jeez, that card Anand had was a monster. 1400+ boost clock and 7.8 for the memory. Puts it even with a stock 295X2.

Says on sale today, so not sure where that 18th date came from.
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Umm, where did these people go to school?? They haven't got a single number right....
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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.




That's ~%15 @ 25x16 and ~%15 @ 4K. Same misinformation through the entire review. lol
post #28 of 1345
On annand review oc Titan X just as loud as stock 290X mad.gif
http://www.anandtech.com/show/9059/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-x-review/17
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AMD took hell for those temps and power, but watch as Nvidia gets a free pass.

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indeed, but on 28nm I'm gonna have some very warm realistic expectations.
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AMD took hell for those temps and power, but watch as Nvidia gets a free pass.

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Give em hell for that power consumption. They deserve it.

 

 

 

 

But they are using the Windforce X3 cooler on the 290X, and a good albeit still garbage blower cooler on the Titan X. It would stand to reason that the Titan X's temps are actually quite good considering the sheer difference in the coolers.

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