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Old February 22nd, 2013, 03:51 PM   #1
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Fastest single GPU card released...

The new "Nvidia Geforce GTX Titan" (GK110, 6GB GDDR5, CUDA cores: 2688), is being released here in Sweden this week...

The GK104 (Kepler) GTX680 wasnt the meant to hold the King throne for long, the GK110 Nvidia Geforce GTX Titan, is holding the full potential of the Kepler serie cards...

Price in US: $1000:-
Price here in Sweden: $1300:-

From reviews written, this card isnt fully utilized by applications like Vegas Pro, other NLE's and simular...
Hell, not even the first generation GTX 600 series like 660, 670, 680 cant fully work as they should be capable inside Vegas Pro.
nVidia Titan has almost the same performance as the GTX680 in Vegas Pro.
For games, it is about 40-50% faster then GTX680...

If Vegas Pro Could use the nVidia Titan as a workhorse, this would be a nobrainer for me..

Sony please update your fantasic software to work with those NOW old graphic cards (gtx 600 serie). It was 1 year ago gtx 600 serie was released now...

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