Excerpt: I originally had GTX 770 and didn't want to SLI it with another even though it would have better performance than one Titan Black. Still the Titan performs flawlessly on ultra game settings, quiet and easy to OC although it's not necessary to do so.
Summary: You guys sure have done some fun trolling on this overpriced aircraft carier of a card that packs a punch. so much trolling i had to make a video about it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wA1t3f57dbE i made shure to black out all names so don't have a panic attack.
2 GPU's in one card, great for those who are into both rendering and gaming.
photorooster "photorooster", Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: This card is reminiscent of the nVidia GTX 690 which was also 2 GPU chips mounted on one card. I'm only an occasional gamer more often am composting, rendering and modeling. This card gives you the best of both worlds, Gaming and work. My original rig had the nVidia Quadro FX 4800 workstation card (A glorified GTX 8800 with dedicated drivers), which I replaced with the GTX 690.
Summary: This card can run anything at ultra settings and get 60 fps in almost anything. Of course, at higher resolution you wont get 60 fps for all games, for example, you wont get 60 fps in ultra settings with Crysis 3 at 1440p resolution, you may get 35 on average (you will have to sli to get 60). But for almost everything you will get 60 fps at 1440 (maybe lowering a little bit the AA).