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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Final Specifications, Internal Benchmarks Revealed

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There is no way titan consumes less than 7970 Ghz :eek::twitch:
I say, what Dark Magic did Nvidia had to use to make it like that!? :twitch:

<joke>I bet it involved sacrificing 12 units of world's most precious resource to some dark elder gods or something.</joke>
(BTW the world's most precious resource is: <!joke>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>)
 
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There is no way titan consumes less than 7970 Ghz :eek::twitch:
I was more concern that they shipped a $1k GPU "The worlds fastest single gpu" in bubble wrap and a beat up cardboard box.:laugh:

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:laugh:

If thats a picture of the Titan die its a A1. :p
 
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There is no way titan consumes less than 7970 Ghz :eek::twitch:
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.
If thats a picture of the Titan die its a A1. :p
Same as Tesla K20/K20C/K20X. Nvidia silicon starts at A1.
 
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awesome specf .. will give it a try in a year or 2
 
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i have a big feeling , there will be variants of GK110 in the future... we just have to wait. :rockout:
 
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