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Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by the54thvoid, Feb 17, 2013.

  1. the54thvoid

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    now that is a gorgeous card, I cant wait to get it in the db thatst he asus ROG Titan :)
     
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    Looks like clocks are being confirmed now at various sites aswell.

    Base: 837 MHz
    Boost: 876 MHz
     
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    Gorgeous card. I'm hoping it won't cost $900... :)
     
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    It appears to push/pull air from the back of the card judging from the heat sink behind the fan. I'm guessing this is an Asus ROG part since that's what the box says that it's sitting on.

    It also appears to be a crippled GK110 as it only has 14 out of 15 SMX units working.
     
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    The same as the K20X (93% functionality). 15 being such an odd number -unless the SMX are tied to the memory controllers- makes me wonder if the 15th SMX wasn't added as built in redundancy to alleviate yield issues.

    Look on the bright side, some people here were predicting Titan to be a 12 SMX part :laugh: , so at least it never got to that stage
     
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    Shame. A card like that deserves an aftermarket cooler, but none of them will look as nice as the stock.
     
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    I love how you like taking things out of context to make yourself feel good by only including your edited quote and exclude the part were I was referancing W1zzard alluding to cadaveca earlier post in that thread.

    Your stalking fixation towards me is troubling at best.

    You mad ? Nvidia hasnt been able to produce a fully working GK110 :confused:

    We wouldn't want anyone to link all the post you made saying how there were no yield issues and they were flying off the shelves now would we.

    I like how pety you're become ;)
     
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    Did the 690 had such a limited production also?
     
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    You two need to go flesh it out in IM, PM, whatever. Please stop doing it on this forum.

    We'd all appreciate it.

    Thanks. :)
     
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    I recall that the 690 has a good availability, even now.
     
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    It's not redundancy as the specifications of a fully functional GK110 is 15 SMX. You don't count redundancy as it's just there to hopefully make a functioning chip out of one that would not ordinarily be.
     
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    That's a pretty shroud.
    Just like the 690 was pretty.
     
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    NOt really. Maybe limited retail production, but I'm pretty sure I read about some super computer with over 1000 GTX690 cards in it...anything over 1000 units isn't really "limited production", when it costs over $1000. I think 3000-5000 units is normal levels for such items, and I am pretty sure NVidia has sold more than that for GTX690.
     
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    I would think so too- the fact that it shows up in a respectable (0.18%) percentage (for a $1k card) in the Steam HW survey must mean that there is a reasonable user base. On going availability doesn't seem to be a great problem either- although as with the vagaries of dual-GPU cards, I'd personally opt for a couple of single GPU boards
     
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    The PCB :

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    have an additional 8-Pin connector, what for?
     
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    Wow incredible looks fuckin expensive this because reminds the 690... All parts are heavily accurate... Look at that heatsink !! 1000$ + for sure !!
     
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    alternate power routing for servers/etc? Wouldn't be the first NVidia card with additional power plug points.
     
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    The power delivery system seems to be a bit on the slim side... 6+2 phases? I don't care that they're digital, those MOSFETs are gonna outshine an oven.
     

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