NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Pro Reviews
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"The GeForce GTX Titan can handle any game in Full HD and maxed out settings. If you only have a single monitor, then a Titan is overkill, as you won't be able to take advantage of all its potential. A GeForce GTX 680 or Radeon HD 7970 can run most games just fine with max settings in Full HD.
It's a different story with three monitors. A GeForce GTX 680 or Radeon HD 7970 will quickly run into trouble here, but the Titan was able to provide a smooth gaming experience with high settings on three monitors. Far Cry 3, Crysis 3 and Hitman: Absolution are exceptions here, even the Titan falls short. See, there's a reason why we always test SLI configurations."
"Two or more GTX Titans make sense only if you will game on three or more monitors and want to max out graphics settings. A second Titan is even required to get a smooth experience in certain games with three monitors and maximum settings. For a single Full HD monitor and max settings a single GTX Titan is more than enough for the current crop of games."
"TITAN is a card built for people who want a top-tier solution but aren’t willing to compromise on in-game performance consistency. At this point in time and likely well into the future it is the best solution available for high performance, consistent, stutter-free gaming. Is that worth the cost of entry? It certainly should be."
"The GeForce GTX TITAN looks like it will be the fastest single GPU graphics card available for the foreseeable future, but just by how much remains to be seen. The HD 7970 GHz Edition is arguably the industry’s top dog right now, providing excellent performance and even the GTX 680 could play the role of launch spoiler based on price alone. More importantly, will gamers be willing to shell out $999 for what TITAN offers?"
"Nvidia claims that the GTX Titan is the fastest and most efficient GPU ever built and evidence of this can be seen in almost every aspect of the video card. In terms of efficiency we are seeing higher power consumption due to the larger GPU but operates with less noise than a GTX 680. Combine that with the performance enhancements from GPU Boost 2.0 and you have a GPU we can talk about."