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PostSubject: First Titan Black Review Is Up   Tue Feb 18, 2014 4:09 pm

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The new Titan Black really is only a minor upgrade compared to last year's Titan and as such it is understandable Nvidia introduces a new flagship with little fanfare. Basically the new Titan keeps the unique properties of the original (uncapped double precision floating point and 6GB of memory) while increasing performance to the level of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Long story short: if you were already in the market for a Titan, you now get somewhat better performance for the same amount of cash.

However, these days the first and only real purpose to buying a Titan is GPGPU, either because you want to run specific, professional Cuda applications or because of a particular need for FP64 precision. In that case, Titans are an affordable alternative to Tesla cards. Speaking of affordable alternative: in regular GPGPU applications, AMD's Radeon R9 290X tends to deliver better performance at a significantly lower price than the Titan.

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However, for gaming applications the GTX 780 Ti makes a much more sensible investment.

I hope nobody was planning on buying any of these to drive a UHD screen.
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