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CylonRed
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Re: GTX Titan Reviews and Benchmarks

I know of the market - thanks....



C0deZer0
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reply to Krisnatharok

If I was in the market, and had the embarrassing amounts of cashola for it, I wouldn't blink at the thought of getting a set of these with some EK waterblocks.

More realistically, Even just one would be fantastic, both for the performance, and because experience has shown me GPU's with lots of VRAM usually remain useful and/or playable longer, if they were high-end chips to begin with.

For the science of overclocking the bastard, I would love a liquid cooled Titan (or three ).

That said, I'm currently too broke-ass to even dream about it now.
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Krisnatharok
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I AM in the market, as I cannot get the smooth-as-butter performance I want out of a single 7970 at 1440p. But I bet two will do the trick.
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demir
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reply to Krisnatharok

IMO, Nvidia priced this too high. Why spend a grand when you could get a 690 or CF 7970?



Krisnatharok
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»Re: Overclocker.net GTX Titan Reviewed and Benchmarked


demir
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I've read the thread previously. I wouldn't buy a Titan when there are clearly faster options out there for less $.

CF 7970 is $800 total and tears this thing a you know what --- especially if I already had a 7970 and could easily go CF.