samhal wrote:All good points. Thanks guys!
Witpapier wrote:samhal wrote:All good points. Thanks guys!
Im running two Gigabyte GTX 670's, They overclock like beasts and run faster than a single titan, in games and in Octane... But they take up more space and they make your case run a bit hotter... Ive been pushing them with clocks of 1235 and mem running at 7250mhz ddr5 and They are rock solid for the past year... I recon it all depends on what you want to do... Ill wait til the GTX 800 series of cards come out in March and then there might even be a GTX790 he he he... Also its asus or EVGA thats bringing out a 6gig version of the GTX 780 Ti which has even more Cudas than a Titan and is faster... titan will soon become a fanboy paperweight and a quite expensive one at that... to me... just not worth the money. If I was you Id wait till the 800 series arives More ram... more cudas and that will push the prices down of the older tech. http://videocardz.com/48610/nvidia-maxw ... d-ces-2014
ch0pper wrote:At the moment I'm running three graphics cards simultaneously 2x gtx 780ti & one Gtx660 ti all cards are 3 meg.
I'm still waiting for at this six meg versions to come out (all cards are watercooled but not at this moment overclocked)
From what I been told gtx 780ti runs faster than the Titans (I'm not too sure if this is true as I don't have a Titan the benchmarking against)
Maybe it's an idea of is that we all have different cards. To do some benchmarking? Maybe set up a default poser scene and all have a go it rendering it. And see what times different cards produce? It's only an idea
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