Originally Posted by Kalm_Traveler
This is false - with equal cooling the Titan does technically have superior grunt. If money is not part of the equation it is objectively better.
I think even with equal cooling you could get into the problem that due to more "cores" on the same area your temps might get higher.
And if so it could be that GPU boost might be affected so much that it only equals the performance of the 2080 Ti.
So when the 2080Ti might do 2100 MHz at 40°C
And the Titan starts as well with 2100 MHz at 40°C but gets hotter over time it might clock down to 2000 MHz and then might be only equally fast?
Your thoughts, or better measures! 🙂
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Last edited by Esenel; 12-21-2018 at 03:04 AM.