i3s and i5s have the same exact TDP. Did you even check his links?
NVIDIA GTX 680 Review: Fermi Distilled
That appears to be the reason.
Nope. What's the benefit? I made this account wayy back in 2011. It won't affect my posts/day anyway.
Yesterday I found a thread called, "Worst texture you have found in Crysis 2 contest!!". This pic particularly stood out: [IMG]
After looking at...
I know that. But why didn't they do the same for Kepler?
This may explain why NVIDIA had entirely different FP64 CUDA Cores in Kepler. But why did Fermi had FP32 capable FP64 cores?
FP64 is used for more precise effects not for more effects. There isn't a single consumer application that uses GPU FP64 and that includes PhysX....
That appears to be the real reason. But they could leave GK104 alone and create a cheapo TITAN card.
What kind of Workstation Market would like to use 190 GFLOPs of peak FP64 performance? A 150$ CPU can do more than that.
Okay. So if a card like a GTX 690 is drawing more than 300W (75 W from PCIe + 225 W from 6+8 pin power) isn't it bypassing the PCIe spec?
Then why don't most cards do this? Why only these 5?
That still doesn't answer my question.
By GK104 I meant the fully unlocked GK104. It's a fact that a completely unlocked GK104 processes FP64 at 1/24 FP32 rate.
They have the TITAN...
GTX 780 TDP: 250 W
TPU MAX Power: 268 W
7970 GHz Edition TDP: 250 W
TPU MAX Power: 273 W
GTX 750 Ti TDP: 60 W
TPU MAX Power: 66 W
GTX 690 TDP: 300...
Hi guys. I have a question, well, it's a rant actually. GK104 can do
FP64 at 1/24 the FP32 rate. GM107 can do FP64 at 1/32 the FP32 rate.
Honestly speaking. I don't give a damn. I just ensure that my case doesn't have a random hole from where air is leaking out.
How 'bout Xeon E3-1230v3? Costs the same as 4670K and has HT but you lose the iGPU and OC ability. However, you can OC the 4670K and get similar...
a) Trust only Intel
b) Won't be able to wait till 2nd half of this year
c) Are on a Tight Budget
The best solution is the i5 4670K.
Make a new poll already. Direct3D 12 has been announced.
Holy cow! Why don't they simply call this 90 Plus certified?
Stealth killing Ceph Guardian Units (aka End Boss) in Crysis 2.
This is the only part of your comment that I could comprehend. Can you please elaborate?
Separate names with a comma.