Pre-liminary leaked benchmark scores how it to be besting the titan in many games, but that's all up to how its released and that's a full unlocked Hawaii GPU. Honestly only time will tell.The "OUR most powerful GPU ever" statement says a lot to me... Then, there's the FireStrike benchmark graph itself. The R9 290X is leveled up to a 7k score. Well, a GTX 780 already 8k.
Finally, Plus, if the R9 290 Series would be "killing" the TITAN - or the GTX 780 for that matter -, I don't doubt AMD would have said it quite clearly.
hah, yea that was the one of (if not the first, but I cant remember if there was an 8000 series dual GPU off the top of my head) dual GPU cards. But yea his kept working, but he had to do some modifications to it to keep it cool.I did indeed. the thing was so loud and hot that you could cook a full meal in the case. I remember 120 celsius was normal for that card during gaming. too bad that thing didn't last. but that's not the biggest problem. the biggest problem was SLi wasn't optimized for the games you play until a year after the games are already out. so you would be playing most games at a single 9800gt speed until they come out with proper optimization a year later anyway.
that was a waste of money.