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post #1 of 338 (permalink) Old 05-17-2013, 05:47 PM - Thread Starter
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Nvidia’s dual-GPU behemoth, the GeForce GTX 690, has been out in the wild for over a year now, but the equally freakishly expensive GTX Titan has outsold it in less than three months. Now either the GTX 690 sold a pifflingly small amount (quite possibly) or the GTX Titan has been better received than even Nvidia thought.

According to Nvidia, it’s the latter.
http://www.pcgamer.com/2013/05/17/nvidias-surprised-the-titan-outsold-the-year-old-gtx-690-in-just-3-months-were-not/

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it's really a no brainer. 6gb vram + 384 bit bus is the story.....why am i not suprise?
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All this means is NVIDIA's high end future offerings will all be $1000+ now if AMD cannot put pressure on them.

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All this means is NVIDIA's high end future offerings will all be $1000+ now if AMD cannot put pressure on them.

you don't have to worry, you can afford it and you supported it as well....
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it's really a no brainer. 6gb vram + 384 is the story.....why am i not suprise?
well then sapphire must be making record sales, since they implemented 6gb vram on some of their 7970s last summer.
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you don't have to worry, you can afford it and you supported it as well....


Hahaha, this.

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I'm kinda surprised too that they sold out.
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well then sapphire must be making record sales, since they implemented 6gb vram on some of their 7970s last summer.

it does not have the power like titan do...i thought you knew that lol...

fastest single gpu in the planet..just to let you know....
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Its been a while since we've had video cards that were cpu limited.
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