Gigabyte GV-NTITAN-6GD-B Pro Reviews
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"Bottom line, NVIDIA are back on the top spot with the most POWERFUL single GPU card on the market and given that AMD are not releasing any more cards for the rest of this year to take it on, NVIDIA’s GTX Titan is one super graphics card for supercomputer gaming."
"Gigabyte GeForce GTX Titan copies the reference design, because NVIDIA ships the GK110 chip only in ready-made cards. Titan requires 2 slots and can be used for 3-way SLI configuration in standard PC cases, as opposed to the 3-slot ASUS Ares II. Just bear in mind that it's obviously not completely silent. Oh, and those playing cards seems like a nice touch."
"So then what is the point of the GeForce GTX Titan if there are a number of readily available solutions that provide better value? The point is to buy at least two, if not three, and play at resolutions well beyond just a single 2560x1600 display - see why it’s a niche product."
"Overall, the Titan gave a remarkable showing, but it's one thing to admire its performance and another thing entirely to spend $1,000 on it. At that price, buying a Titan doesn't make a whole lot of sense for most users given that a pair of GTX 660 Tis in SLI will deliver a comparable gaming experience for around $400 less."