NVIDIA har virkelig lavet en efterfølger til det ældre GeForce GTX 680. Det nye GeForce GTX Titan sætter det til vægs hele vejen rundt. Her er det en stor og omfattende tests med næste 30 sider udelukkende med benchmark resultater i spil og syntetiske test programmer.
A month ago, if someone told us NVIDIA was going to launch the GeForce GTX Titan around this time, we'd have politely asked them to go jump off a skyscraper. Why? Because NVIDIA simply doesn't need it in its product stack at this time. The performance lead AMD's HD 7970 GHz Edition has over the GeForce GTX 680 is disputed at best, the latter ships with better energy-efficiency and acoustics. The GeForce GTX 670 continues to lead the HD 7950 Boost Edition, the GTX 660 Ti trades blows with HD 7950, with much better power/noise numbers. It's only with the "Pitcairn" based HD 7800 series that AMD appears to have a solid footing. Even at the ultra high-end segment, the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690 scales near perfectly over the GTX 680. So what prompted NVIDIA to rush out the GTX Titan? Is it even being rushed out to begin with? We'll have to look back at 2012 for some answers.
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