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First Performance Numbers Released for GeForce GTX TITAN X


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The highly anticipated GeForce GTX TITAN X has been in the news quite a bit lately, especially with its involvement in powering VR demos from Valve, Oculus, and Epic Games at the Game Developers Conference just last week. Now, it looks like some early performance numbers for the incredibly powerful NVIDIA graphics card have been released. According to the graphs, which portray performance numbers from 3DMark11, an overclocked GeForce GTX TITAN X scores close to a Radeon R9 295X2 in multiple tests. While at stock speeds, which include a 1002MHz core clock and a 7GHz effective memory clock, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X easily beats out graphics cards like the GIGABYTE GTX 980 G1 GAMING, the SAPPHIRE Vapor-X R9 290X 8GB, and the GeForce GTX TITAN BLACK, as expected.

 

While the GeForce GTX TITAN X looks impressive, especially if it happens to retail at $999 like most consumers are hoping for, it is important to remember that the numbers presented in the graphs are the first performance figures of the soon-to-be-released card.

 



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I spent $100 on a used GTX660Ti last year and I haven't met a game I can't run on high/ultra...  A grand for a gfx card? Feck dat. For $999 I can build two more gaming rigs exactly like mine.   But I'm a frugal bastard, so meh. lol

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@TheOriginalAce, then you are not playing any demanding games lol. There are plenty of games released that a gtx 660ti can't run on high/ultra on a decent resolution.

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@TheOriginalAce, then you are not playing any demanding games lol. There are plenty of games released that a gtx 660ti can't run on high/ultra on a decent resolution.

 

Yeah I recently had this discussion with a buncha people lol.  I only really play Battlefield 4 at the moment, but i was playing Archeage Online, DayZ, Rust, H1Z1, Guild Wars 2, and I played some other current titles...  I never go below 60 fps on pretty much anything.   I have BF4 maxed on all ultra/High settings and I never go below 60. 

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You know just as well as i do that the gtx 660TI can't do constant 60 on ultra bf 4 lol.

 

But one thing is for certain, if you do not play demanding games, a titan is certainly not the thing for you :P

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You know just as well as i do that the gtx 660TI can't do constant 60 on ultra bf 4 lol. But one thing is for certain, if you do not play demanding games, a titan is certainly not the thing for you :P

No, I don't, because according to my little FPS indicator in the top-right corner of my screen I've never gone below 60 FPS in BF4, and all my settings are on ultra (or high if ultra is N/A).

 

Only point I was trying to make initially is that you don't need a $1,000 card to play games with decent FPS. More to the point, I personally wouldn't spend my money for that functionality.  If I had a 144MhZ monitor and played at crazy resolutions then yeah it's worth it... but I'm completely happy with my 1920x1080 60Mhz monitor and 60+ fps.

 

If ya honestly don't believe what I'm tellin' ya, I'll gladly make a video with shadowplay showing my settings and FPS counter...

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See them in a bigger size here. :P

 

 

 

You know just as well as i do that the gtx 660TI can't do constant 60 on ultra bf 4 lol. But one thing is for certain, if you do not play demanding games, a titan is certainly not the thing for you :P

No, I don't, because according to my little FPS indicator in the top-right corner of my screen I've never gone below 60 FPS in BF4, and all my settings are on ultra (or high if ultra is N/A).

 

Only point I was trying to make initially is that you don't need a $1,000 card to play games with decent FPS. More to the point, I personally wouldn't spend my money for that functionality.  If I had a 144MhZ monitor and played at crazy resolutions then yeah it's worth it... but I'm completely happy with my 1920x1080 60Mhz monitor and 60+ fps.

 

If ya honestly don't believe what I'm tellin' ya, I'll gladly make a video with shadowplay showing my settings and FPS counter...

 

 

No one needs a $1,000 video card just to play games. This card, like the other TITANs, will have appeal to those who need the power for various compute tasks, like CUDA.

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