Gainward GTX Titan

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One thing that nVidia is still behind AMD is the included accessories. When you look at the Never Settle bundle, with ton of top games, and nVidia provide precisely nothing, that can make a big difference in sales. Hopefully the Titan will be enough to tip the balance.

Gainward GTX Titan     Gainward GTX Titan  

Besides the green GeForce GTX logo on the side, the Titan is very neutral. The card is absolute chock full of Samsung memory chips. That 6GB of GDDR5 has got to go somewhere. Two SLI fingers will be getting the enthusiasts salivating at the possibility of three of these.

Gainward GTX Titan     Gainward GTX Titan  

The cooler and shroud for the Titan is simple, and yet devastatingly effective as we'll see on the next page. We really like the look of it. Simple, inoffensive and the steel grey colour will blend in with anything.

Gainward GTX Titan     Gainward GTX Titan  

The stacked power connectors on the GTX680 were clearly an idea that didn't pan out, as the Titan reverts to the side-by-side connection option. The business end has a DisplayPort, HDMI and two DVIs. We like seeing a good selection of outputs rather than the AMD array of endless mini-DisplayPorts.

Gainward GTX Titan     Gainward GTX Titan

  

So this is where the photos get more adult and carry an 18 year old plus warning. Thats assuming you do want to see this little stuff undressed right....?

 

Gainward GTX Titan heatsink cooler and shroud     Gainward GTX Titan heatsink cooler and shroud  

Gainward GTX Titan heatsink cooler and shroud     Gainward GTX Titan heatsink cooler and shroud

  

Finally here we get down to the really rude bits of the vapor chamber heat sink, and the bare PCB which is surprising simple and clean looking for a card capable of such high numbers. Shouldn't be too hard for the water cooling manufacturers to get their blocks out quickly!

Gainward GTX Titan PCB     Gainward GTX Titan PCB  

Gainward GTX Titan PCB     Gainward GTX Titan PCB  

Gainward GTX Titan PCB     Gainward GTX Titan PCB  

Gainward GTX Titan PCB     Gainward GTX Titan PCB  

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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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