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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.

This chart kind of puts the power consumption in perspective.



Be interesting to see how the 390X fares.
post #32 of 1345
first impression:overpriced loud and warm.. Its nvidia so it's not a problem right? If i had money i'd get a few of thrm but honestly it's overwhelming. Gotta let dome more bench sinc in.
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Holy crap.....suddenly my 780 Ti is looking a little sad......still, that $1,000 price tag. Never! I said I would never do it, and I won't!
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Edited by elina08 - 3/17/15 at 12:41pm
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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
That's a Db scale the R9 290X is thus much louder.

Anyways I checked out TPU's perf summary and if amd's 1.6x gain over R9 290X is true that would put them:
2-10% ahead stock for stock note that the new arch AMD has will probably get some driver refinement which Maxwell already had. So which the better card will be is once again going to depend on OC.
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http://www.computerbase.de/2015-03/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-x-im-test/

computerbase.de test

I love computerbase. They have the best interactive bar graph things out there for reviews. it's easy and fast to use and you have all information in seconds without going back and forth smile.gif
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Can anyone vouch for those specs or do we need to wait another 4 months to find out they are wrong?
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It is like 20-25% better than a 980...but it is 450$ more.....not so great
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its fast, very fast. But 40% better performance for 100% more money doesn't sound attractive to me. Then again, price performance graphs on the high end scale arent linear to begin with. With 390X performance rumors looming around it would be an even harder investment.
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