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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMTL View Post
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    Just so you guys know, once the reviews go live, if you have any questions about the card, let me know. I'll do my best to answer them in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMTL View Post
    Just so you guys know, once the reviews go live, if you have any questions about the card, let me know. I'll do my best to answer them in this thread.
    Same here, happy to help as best I can.
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    Last edited by onethreehill; 02-21-2013 at 06:19 AM.

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    So what went wrong here:


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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMTL View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhavv View Post
    So what went wrong here:

    Hmmmmm......that doesn't look right. With the newest drivers, AC3 performs very well.

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    I'm not impressed to be honest, and it isn't even that much faster than GTX 680 in SLI either.
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    IMO, THIS is what is important:


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    nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by onethreehill View Post
    this is Preview not review
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMTL View Post
    IMO, THIS is what is important:

    could it be that the better frametimes are also associated with higher fps (if I recall correctly stuttering tends to be more of an issue when fps go < 30, multiple gpu aside) or is Titan intrinsically better at this?
    Perhaps comparing frametimes at different resolutions to obtain similar fps from different cards could be worth a try?

    anyway I'm madly in love with this card, the thing is I wanna buy it in 3/4 for months, not now. My fear is that for more than a year this card will only be needed for Crysis 3, and I wanna play Crysis 3 now, aww man
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    The only thing that interests me here is GPGPU.. Did anyone test that?
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    Any CUDA performance figs cant find it in the reviews...
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    exactly how badass would this card be in GPUgrid and WCG HCC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuvok-LuR- View Post
    could it be that the better frametimes are also associated with higher fps (if I recall correctly stuttering tends to be more of an issue when fps go < 30, multiple gpu aside) or is Titan intrinsically better at this?
    Perhaps comparing frametimes at different resolutions to obtain similar fps from different cards could be worth a try?

    anyway I'm madly in love with this card, the thing is I wanna buy it in 3/4 for months, not now. My fear is that for more than a year this card will only be needed for Crysis 3, and I wanna play Crysis 3 now, aww man
    Not necessarily. In that graph we are charting standard DEVIATION so basically the framerate has very little impact. Basically that chart shows how much (in ms) the card deviates from a running average, regardless of what that average is. It levels the playing field.

    As for the balance of frame rates, I can tell you that in nearly every situation the GTX 690 beat the TITAN handily in FPS testing.....but at the end, it featured a much higher frame time deviation, leading to a choppy gameplay experience. TITAN on the other hand was smooth as butter for the most part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R101 View Post
    The only thing that interests me here is GPGPU.. Did anyone test that?
    Toms Hardware and Anandtech .

    ( Tomshardware use mostly OpenCL based bench, so nothing really to expect with titan in this case ( and it look like theress some bug with driver for thoses, so better wait a little bit anyway )
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMTL View Post
    As for the balance of frame rates, I can tell you that in nearly every situation the GTX 690 beat the TITAN handily in FPS testing.....but at the end, it featured a much higher frame time deviation, leading to a choppy gameplay experience. TITAN on the other hand was smooth as butter for the most part.
    I noticed that testing Crysis 3 last night (heh, for like 30 minutes between downloading the thing and running the test). With everything maxxed and 8x MSAA, TITAN was running at only 37 FPS, but it was, as SKY says, 'smooth as butter'. Absolutely playable, far below 60 FPS.

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