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Yay it's finally in stock in NZ. Only $1575 USD equivalent, what a bargain.

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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?

Everywhere. 160fps is a software cap I placed to be 5fps lower than the 165Hz GSYNC limit, preventing the issue of VSYNC Off/On switching at Max GSYNC limit from even occurring. This is Including all the super grassy areas. But I saw my biggest gains in those areas when I switched to a 5960x, as opposed to it being a video card limitation. Some viewpoints dropped it down to about 145 but they were very few, and short. 2560x1440 resolution. Cards are very loud at 100% fan speed. I haven't heard any coil whine from these cards, while I did get them on my Maxwell Titan Xs. Who knows...they could show up once I put them under water and crank the OC up.
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Yay it's finally in stock in NZ. Only $1575 USD equivalent, what a bargain.


At least that one doesn't look like it's been involved in a car accident.

I know the aesthetics should be a trivial thing, but I'd have a real hard time spending 2 grand on a piece of technology that looks as ridiculous as this new Titan.
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At least that one doesn't look like it's been involved in a car accident.

I know the aesthetics should be a trivial thing, but I'd have a real hard time spending 2 grand on a piece of technology that looks as ridiculous as this new Titan.
I only wish nVidia pulled their heads out of their butts and at least gave their flagship cards decent dual-fan coolers that can rival aftermarket offerings from Asus/MSI/EVGA/Giga/etc.

Ok so a lot of people on OCN have the "who cares I'm putting it under water anyway" mindset. But as someone who has zero interest in watercooling, enough of the stupid single-fan blowers! A $1200 card deserves a better reference cooler that keeps it under 70c at stock clocks! Argh mad.gif

This is a bad joke...

TITAN-X-345-87.jpg
Edited by Xuvial - 8/4/16 at 3:06am
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I only wish nVidia pulled their heads out of their butts and at least gave their flagship cards decent dual-fan coolers that can rival aftermarket offerings from Asus/MSI/EVGA/Giga/etc.

Ok so a lot of people on OCN have the "who cares I'm putting it under water anyway" mindset. But as someone who has zero interest in watercooling, enough of the stupid single-fan blowers! A $1200 card deserves a better reference cooler that keeps it under 70c at stock clocks! Argh mad.gif

I'm actually a proponent of the blower coolers, but I'd agree that this particular design is probably over-extended at this point. I'd be interested to see a three slot blower design personally. Ideally they'd have an improved EE blower, and a dual fan option, something for everyone.
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I only wish nVidia pulled their heads out of their butts and at least gave their flagship cards decent dual-fan coolers that can rival aftermarket offerings from Asus/MSI/EVGA/Giga/etc.

Ok so a lot of people on OCN have the "who cares I'm putting it under water anyway" mindset. But as someone who has zero interest in watercooling, enough of the stupid single-fan blowers! A $1200 card deserves a better reference cooler that keeps it under 70c at stock clocks! Argh mad.gif

This is a bad joke...

TITAN-X-345-87.jpg
it should come with a clc really
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GTA 5 with maximum settings uses 4.5GB at 3440x1440p, there are no intensive games coming out this year, so 6GB is fine (Battlefield is not intensive, it will be the same as Battlefront)

Not sure why that person would sell two GTX 980ti for one Titan X, when the GTX 980ti SLI is better for performance, along with being quieter during gaming

After OCing my TX I am able to match or exceed the same performance I had from Maxwell Titan SLI. Its also important to note that generally SLI lowers OCing headroom and this is with general scaling of SLI titles to be approx 65% my TX Maxwells were running around 1350-1400 mhz in SLI.

I dont think it can be considered an outright upgrade more of a side grade with marginal performance increases. Though it is nice to have a single card set up for the first time in literally years (I cant remember the last time I ran only one card).
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Originally Posted by Xuvial View Post

I only wish nVidia pulled their heads out of their butts and at least gave their flagship cards decent dual-fan coolers that can rival aftermarket offerings from Asus/MSI/EVGA/Giga/etc.

Ok so a lot of people on OCN have the "who cares I'm putting it under water anyway" mindset. But as someone who has zero interest in watercooling, enough of the stupid single-fan blowers! A $1200 card deserves a better reference cooler that keeps it under 70c at stock clocks! Argh mad.gif

This is a bad joke...

TITAN-X-345-87.jpg

Yep its a trash cooler. Nvidia is so stuck on that Titan cards need to follow the same design that they never change the cooler.
Its loud, it cant cool very well even with stock clocks. With overclock its a jet engine

This is why waiting for 1080Ti gonna take forever. Those cards will have AIB designs.
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Yep its a trash cooler. Nvidia is so stuck on that Titan cards need to follow the same design that they never change the cooler.
Its loud, it cant cool very well even with stock clocks. With overclock its a jet engine

This is why waiting for 1080Ti gonna take forever. Those cards will have AIB designs.

Agree, I can't stand referance cooler loudness and card itself is ugly AF. Seeing 1080 designs for non-reference versions- I can't wait to see how G1 Gaming, Evga Classified and MSI Lightning will look like for 1080Ti! Or Galax HOF.

For 900$-1000$ I would consider TITAN XP, however not with its referance cooler. You either go water with it or you are deaf tongue.gif
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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).

and make $450 less per card to get better PR with gamers(already gone out of stock, so even at a lower price Nvidia couldn't sell more)? That's totally not necessary when the Machine Learning Community would gobble this card up no matter what price below Quadro they charged for it. There is a reason this card is announced at a Stanford AI Meet-up whereas 1080 was announced at Dreamhack, the target audience is different.
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