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EVGA GeForce GTX Titan Black 02/19/2014
Outstanding double precision compute performance. Very nicely built. Green glowing logo on the side.
Think twice before you buy this card. The moment I had mine... I wanted 3 more of these! :D
Ordered on the day of announcement. Next day 11 am, the card is delivered. Well done, Newegg! Installed and tested on the same day. Downloaded driver version 334.89 which was just released, since the previous release did not recognize Titan Black.
I am using this card for compute in a double precision-heavy program written by myself. Performance is six times higher than my good old Galaxy GTX 580, which is a pretty well performing compute card in itself.
Note: for compute, you have to manually enable full speed double precision in NVIDIA control panel.
The card is very well built and feels solid and sturdy. It is not that big actually (smaller than the 580 it replaced). Cooler blows tons of hot air out of the case. I frankly cannot call it whisper-quiet, as the air noise under full load is quite noticeable. But given the performance of this beast, that's not a big deal.
I am not much of a gamer so did not really test it in 3D (yet), even though I have a feeling the performance is going to be superb.
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