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Tweak Town review up:

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7818/nvidia-titan-review-monster-performance-4k-60fps-single-gpu/index.html

JayzTwoCents Review also (with decent overclocking results at the end):

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Not in performance it isn't unless you are talking about the 980Ti's ridiculous 1GHz stock clock. A Titan XP will still get smoked by a couple of 980Ti's at 1500MHz in SLI in any game that supports SLI (which is almost every AAA title). Personal bias against multi-GPU set ups doesn't count when making a definitive overarching claim such as that...

980 TI at SLI and 1500mhz, might be a couple of % better than a moderated OCed titan XP.
Yet this is only a moderated OCed titan. Push its OC and just like pushing 1500mhz out of a 980 TI, and I no longer sure the SLI can hold its own at that point.

At stock vs stock, the titan XP is about 70-80% faster than the 980 TI at 4K. That is a huge gap.
Even with great OC performance, even if at good scenarios an OCed 980 TI gains 20% at 4K, SLI isn't a 100% increase. So a single 980 TI closing the gap to 50-60%? Add sli so you gain 15-20% over a stock titan? Now OC the titan and gain 15% at a bit over 1900mhz? You start the get equal numbers.
Now add the fact that the titan XP has twice the memory, no SLI overheads, the only reason to stay or go with 980 TI SLI is the price. If you care about performance, get the titan XP.

Besides, you keep saying 1500mhz! 1500mhz! Reference 980 TI at air isn't going to run at 1500mhz for 24/7. AIB cards might, water-cooled very close. Now put that titan in water...
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What they should have done is released this card first as the GTX1080 or GTX1080 Ti and charged $750 for it, which is what it's worth. It might have been lauded as the most impressive GPU release since the 8800GTX (and generated some serious goodwill for Nvidia).
Edited by Oubadah - 8/4/16 at 12:10am
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What they should have done is released this card first as the GTX1080 or GTX1080 Ti and charged $750 for it, which is what it's worth. It might have been lauded as the most impressive GPU release since the 8800GTX.

Those Q3 numbers man ... those q3 numbers tongue.gif!
 
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Those OC results at the end.... holy...



that titan x OC'd @ 4K score is DOUBLE what a reference 980ti does...... and he was able to get it to 2030MHz on air... i'm guessing it will probably be similar to the 1080's where most of them will get in the 2000 range but hit the hard limit even with board partner cards that have better power delivery.


i might actually start putting away some $ for this... wonder how long it will be before these things can be bought for under $1200? or when they'll be back in stock? thats the million dollar question i guess.. or $1200 question..

this card is just begging for a waterblock and a nice big overclock..
Edited by IMI4tth3w - 8/4/16 at 12:52am
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What they should have done is released this card first as the GTX1080 or GTX1080 Ti and charged $750 for it, which is what it's worth. It might have been lauded as the most impressive GPU release since the 8800GTX (and generated some serious goodwill for Nvidia).

This is why you aren't a numbers person. Pray tell how your plan makes more sense and quickly, before all the "idiots" at Nvidia run the company into the ground.
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Those OC results at the end.... holy...



that titan x OC'd @ 4K score is DOUBLE what a reference 980ti does...... and he was able to get it to 2030MHz on air... i'm guessing it will probably be similar to the 1080's where most of them will get in the 2000 range but hit the hard limit even with board partner cards that have better power delivery.


i might actually start putting away some $ for this... wonder how long it will be before these things can be bought for under $1200? or when they'll be back in stock? thats the million dollar question i guess.. or $1200 question..

this card is just begging for a waterblock and a nice big overclock..

It's pretty beastly but imagine the next x70 card will have this performance in the $400 price range and the x60 card will be a 1080 in the $300 price range. We may not even see a Ti version if NVIDIA is planning to launch Volta in 2017. They might just have two Titan SKUs, the cut down one we see today and then another one down the road with a full GP102 die. I would like to say that they might pull another 780 Ti maneuver but we haven't seen anything from AMD that even competes with a 1080 let alone GP102.
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It's pretty beastly but imagine the next x70 card will have this performance in the $400 price range and the x60 card will be a 1080 in the $300 price range. We may not even see a Ti version if NVIDIA is planning to launch Volta in 2017. They might just have two Titan SKUs, the cut down one we see today and then another one down the road with a full GP102 die. I would like to say that they might pull another 780 Ti maneuver but we haven't seen anything from AMD that even competes with a 1080 let alone GP102.
Exactly, happens every generation leap, like clock work. Only thing different is the rising Titan prices.
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I just ran 2 hours of Crysis 3 maxed out at 160fps, including 4x msaa. Fans at 100% gpu load at 80-99%. gpu running 2025-2050MHz and 11Gbps memory. One card at 74c, one at 69c. These cards perform amazingly wel on air....and with a headset on, can't even hear them. I'd never been able to max out Crysis 3 at full 160fps before. So this was amazing. Now to wait until I can put them under water.

My sli hb bridge doesn't arrive until tomorrow. Any one tested sli scaling/performance with and without the new bridge?
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I just ran 2 hours of Crysis 3 maxed out at 160fps, including 4x msaa. Fans at 100% gpu load at 80-99%. gpu running 2025-2050MHz and 11Gbps memory. One card at 74c, one at 69c. These cards perform amazingly wel on air....and with a headset on, can't even hear them. I'd never been able to max out Crysis 3 at full 160fps before. So this was amazing.

Where in Crysis 3. 160fps can be amazing or not particularly impressive depending on the location. Is it 160fps in Welcome to the Jungle? You didn't mention your resolution either.

How loud are these cards? Any coil whine?
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