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First NVIDIA GeForce Titan 780 Performance Numbers Revealed

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. Ralfies

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    I think he's confused as to why you'd want to upgrade to another dual gpu system and have the same problems.
     
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    I bought my 5870 with EXACTLY the same money. ;)
     
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    I would not call what w1zz's review shows bad fps. Sounds like you have a possible crossfire problem, or maybe something else. Why did you get crossfire anyways? Isn't 100 fps enough, if you at least got that?
     
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    As far as I remember, the difference was huge if you'd compare the 4850 512MB model with the 5870 1GB one. A lot of games went beyond 512MB mark and that took a hit. Although 6970 was close to 5870, Crysis 3 seems to show a 57% gap between them - http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=23672202&postcount=112
    BF 3 and and Max Payne 3 in the TPW "never settle bundle" review, show an almost double performance when 6970 goes head to head with the 7970 ghz.ed. - http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/Catalyst_12.11_Performance/5.html . At the end of the day, it depends on the benchmark you put them through and how fast the software makes good use of the new hardware available.
     
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    That number is awesome! When the GTX 7XX series comes out, I'll stick to my GTX 670 and will buy another one just cuz everybody is rushing to grab the newer models
     
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    Are your sure that it's your video card slowing down? WoW has a nasty CPU bottleneck problem. It's not like it can take full advantage of your 6-core SB-E chip. What does your GPU usage look like and does reducing shadow quality make your FPS skyrocket?
     
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    I stood still in front of the Stormwind AH. Its fairly populated. About 55 FPS, turning the shadow quality from Ultra to Low bumped it up to 77 FPS.

    GPU-Z reports my core clock @ 1000mhz and memory clock @ 1375mhz (these 7970s arent the GHZ editions, but the overclocked editions)

    I cant access CCC to see activity. I click the exe and my mouse flickers with a loading circle and nothing...
     
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    I'm starting to think it's not so impossible to be faster than a GTX690 which is basically 2 fully enabled GK104 SLIed running at 915+MHz. The 690 is around 1.6x a GTX680 (correct me if I'm wrong). GK110 has almost double the TMUs 240 vs. 128, almost double CUDA cores 2880 vs. 1536 and memory interface of 384bit giving 288 MB/s bandwidth vs. 256/192MB/s compared to GK104. Let's not forget it has 7 billion transistors, again almost double the GK104 (not that it matters much but it's really a monster chip). If they will clock it at 1GHz and don't care about power consumption since it's uber enthusiast category, I think it's not such a SF presumption that it will top the GTX690.
     
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    Hmmm those numbers seem a little too good to be true. But even if it only achieves 6000 or over, Nvidia can still take my money. One of the few top end video cards I'd be interested in getting on release as usually I hold off for the initial price drop but this seems too good to pass up.
     
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    i see it's nothing approaching, it's remind me in nvidia gtx200 series and ATI 4000 series times, Nvidia gtx600 series and AMD 7000 series are doing the job and booth of them is really Satisfied for performance and sales, maybe in Q3 2013 or Q4 wii see something.
     
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    Why are you using CCC to view usage? It doesn't even give you vram usage and doesn't graph it or anything so it's basically useless for that purpose. :confused: Use the GPU-Z OSD server or use Afterburner's OSD so you can see it right in the WoW viewport. I suspect you're bottlenecking on your CPU (yes, I know that its blasphemous to say an Intel 6-core is bottlenecking.)

    You know, this might sound odd but try disabling hyperthreading and try it again. If your framerate improves it's very likely to be a CPU bottleneck on one or two cores. Could you try and setup turbo so it boosts the first couple cores a bit higher than 4Ghz? Maybe that might help if it is a bottleneck with the most used thread in WoW. Most games won't be able to utilize the full ability of all 6 cores, so no use overclocking all 6 cores unless you need it imho.

    Seeing what your GPU usage looks like could also say if its a CPU bottleneck or not. If its anything less than 85%, you know what's going on.
     
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    Wow what, the GPU usage is at 78 percent on GPU2 and 24 percent on GPU1
     
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    3dmark is fake just an OC'd 690. From Devast8nDiscoDave over on aria forums

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    so you mean around 90 posts over nothing?
     
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    It was already confirmed to be *FAKE*.

    People should investigate a bit before posting such obvious (fake) news. :rolleyes:

    Every GPU bench pre-official-release specially for China is meant to be fake. :cool:
     
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    Exactly. The specs speak for themself. There is no way the 780 can beat 690, that's just way unreal.

    With pure mathematical calculation: 2688/1532 = 1.75 ergo a theoretical 75% performance increase over the 680 with no power leak and 100% effective input power ( sorry I forget the exact phrase for this particular expression, I'm just 19 you know. )
    If you insert the exhaust power into the theoretical equation, so let's say 20%, that 75% would now ve 55%.

    And now the price comparison: 900$ / 1.55 vs 469$ ( the cheapest one i can find on newegg )/ 1. I would say NV is applying the same strategy as the one ASUS are now using with the ARES II, so anyone who is bitching about it now can stay silenced. Thus, Videocardz recently posted an article about the delay of next generation to Q4 2013. Therefore, I would say buying either ARES II or 780 would not be stupid.

    Not just every GPU bench pre-official-release, everything related to China is FAKE......, merchandise/people/culture... EVERYTHING.
     
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    Lol, yes. But really, it is entertaining to see people get carried away with obviously bad/fake information. :)
     
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    Whilst I appreciate the score is most likely bull, why does this magic technic apparently reveal the cards name, yet not even a smidgen of the time and date it was run?

    The original pic my be fake [score], but the fake to prove it's a fake is also a fake. :p
     
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    Well, that was good for the LOL (post #95 to the end). :)
     
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    Information is that PCPer and TechReport have the card for testing. Fake or not I'm sure we'll find out soon what's in the bag.
     
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    Indeed, and regardless it will be interesting to see what the fastest GPU on the planet can do.
     

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