Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Feb 19, 2013.
There is no way titan consumes less than 7970 Ghz
I say, what Dark Magic did Nvidia had to use to make it like that!?
I bet it involved sacrificing 12 units of world's most precious resource to some dark elder gods or something.
(BTW the world's most precious resource is: hot legal-aged lolis with very unusual natural hair colors (this does happen, albeit due to a very rare mutation. There are at least a couple of hundred [alive] people with this mutation in the world right now, AFAIK)!joke>)
I was more concern that they shipped a $1k GPU "The worlds fastest single gpu" in bubble wrap and a beat up cardboard box.
The 690 was all dolled up. Crowbar, wooden box and foam support. Then it was in a beat up box.
$1K sure doesnt buy you what it used to 6months ago
If thats a picture of the Titan die its a A1.
Maybe not, but I don't think there is a lot in it. Hilbert has the Titan drawing only 10% more than the 7970GE - although I'm not sure what he's loading the boards with.
If nothing else, the GPU represents a pretty good effort on Nvidia's part. 50% larger than the Tahiti chip, with only 10% greater power usage, and 10% better transistor density (12.89 million/mm^2 vs 11.82 for Tahiti)- for what I assume is greater than a 10% performance gain in both gaming and compute.
Same as Tesla K20/K20C/K20X. Nvidia silicon starts at A1.
250W TDP of the card and we all (should) know you cant manage to hit the TDP unless you use Furmark, LOL!
Few clicks overclocking on Titan. 1123 Mhz, silent as a whisper on an open bench. Other interesting stuff in the following video. German speaking people will understand better (I'm not one)
Geforce GTX Titan - Nvidia-Karte im Unboxing Video...
awesome specf .. will give it a try in a year or 2
i have a big feeling , there will be variants of GK110 in the future... we just have to wait.
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