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Gaming at 5K : GTX TITAN Z Review

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Benchmark Scores http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12966736?
#26
Well so much for 2x Gk-110 double stack, what terrible performance out of that card.....and why wouldn't people just buy 2 x Titan black and Sli?? Since 2x Titan Black roast the Titan-Z??? Once again, showing that 2x gpu is always better than one!!!
 
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#27
Except your review proves a pair of r9 290x gpu s outperform the titan z. And I can buy a pair of those on one card in the 295x2. Which I might add, is in Stock at retailers