They may be the source where the OBR took this results ...
Special Report: Nvidia GeForce GTX official winning features of Titan - Donanimhaber
First let me say, contrary to the news in the last few days, not 512-bit GeForce GTX Titan will support 384-bit memory bus. GK110 28nm Kepler architecture, parallel processing unit owned 2688 graphics chip graphics card, Nvidia's official documents as the world's fastest single-GPU graphics card goes. So, contrary to some claims GeForce GTX Titan, dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690 is faster, but performance is very close to the values of the information.
GeForce GTX 690 is the same as in the high-tech arena, and thermal conductivity, high strength metal used in the used graphics card equipped with vapor chamber-based cooling is accompanied by 6GB of GDDR5 memory. The performance of texture fill 288 billion / sec (GeForce GTX 690 is 234) we learn that the graphics card 5.4 teraflops of computing power will at the same time.PCIe 3.0 compliant graphics card with Nvidia's recommended minimum power supply for the 600 Watt.288Gtexels/s and 5.4Tflops is really something !Astronomical video card is expected to be launched with a retail price, GK110 graphics chip performance / watt performance benchmarks that will capture the single-GPU graphics card for a very long time as is expected to remain as
Yeah, it's a fake. 288Gtex doesn't fit with 5,4 Tflops.
They should learn at least calculating.
They probably mean 288GB/s bandwidth. Lost in translation most likely.
Well, I think that 42% said they are incorrect because we speak percent previously stipulated.
The basis of the account is the Asus Ares, all other percentage are made from it and I repeat, do not speak of frames per second, but an estimate of pre conceived.
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Fake. 502mm2 is wrong, that gives it away. Also at these clocks, 235W TDP is outright impossible.
GTX580 with a 520mm2 die was a 244w TDP rated part stock clocked at 772mhz core, 235w TDP for around a 500mm2 Titan core shoehorns within the general dimensions and TDP.
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Info from TPU and Donanimhaber is correct. Launch date is correct too. I seen Three Titans today (it looks better then GTX 690, too sexy boards), few Magazines has cards for review.
Performance is few percents under GTX 690, numbers from OBR are correct.
Is it a waste to buy that card for my system ? I can oc the cpu to a stable 4.4ghz if needed.. will use the card for 3 1080p monitors.
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The link I posted is two days older than OBR and has approximately the same score
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AMD probably doesn't want to make a big die because AMD doesn't have enough reputation or sales in the pro market to make it worth it considering the R and D and the lost wafers on other products.
Although we don't have much data or nothing is certain at this point, paper specs really paint the geforce titan to be a monster card based on what we know how much die size and components it has over gk104. Unlike the ridiculous 6970 hype which had people saying 60 percent performance jumps on the same manufacturing process on a card that was just a little bigger.
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