Gainward GTX Titan

HiRes - Unigine

Gainward GTX Titan

Unigine Heaven

It doesn't matter if you have no anti-aliasing, or the full 8x MSAA, the Titan is capable of delivering higher frame-rates at 2560x1440 than the GTX680 can at 1920x1080. Now if that doesn't make you sit up a little straighter in your seat we don't know what will.

Unigine 0xAA @ 2560x1440

 

Unigine 8xAA @ 2560x1440

   

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Most Recent Comments

09-03-2013, 05:20:44

Mysterae
Nice read, nice card, poor price! The future looks promising for future gpus though.Quote

09-03-2013, 05:35:55

Greenback
great card, but the price when looking at 3x7870 or 2x7970 and new ssd, even a pretty good system for that price is the put offQuote

09-03-2013, 05:57:34

AverageNinja
Great review! I love the looks of the Titan, but it's waaay to overpriced Quote

09-03-2013, 07:39:56

Destro521
Just a quick question. with the 3D Mark graph is that the combined results or gpu results?Quote

09-03-2013, 07:57:42

Nogginthenog
Interesting.

I know it would be unbalanced in terms of CPU/GPU , but if you aren't interested in benchmarking a 3770k with a h100i and this in a betfenix prodigy is perhaps the ultimate single screen gaming rig , small, cool , quiet.

For me thats probably the perfect system.Quote
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