Pushing $1000 cards to 5760x1200

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 10, 2013 - 07:25 PM |
Tagged: titan, radeon hd 7990, nvidia, amd

If you have been wondering how the two flagship GPUs fare in a battle royal of pure frame rate you can satisfy your curiousity at [H]ard|OCP.  They have tested both NVIDIA's TITAN and the finally released HD7990 in one of their latest reviews.  Both cards were force to push out pixels at 5760x1200 and for the most part tied, which makes sense as they both cost $1000.  The real winner was Crossfired HD 7970's which kept up with the big guns but cost $200 less to purcahse.

If that isn't extreme enough for you, they also overclocked the TITAN in a seperate review.

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"We follow-up with a look at how the $999 GeForce GTX TITAN compares to the new $999 AMD Radeon HD 7990 video card. What makes this is unique is that the GeForce GTX TITAN is a single-GPU running three displays in NV Surround compared to the same priced dual-GPU CrossFire on a card Radeon HD 7990 in Eyefinity."

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Source: [H]ard|OCP
May 13, 2013 | 11:11 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

The real winner was Crossfired HD 7980's which kept up with the big guns but cost $200 less to purcahse.

What is a 7980?

May 14, 2013 | 02:04 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

A Canadian 7970? Fixing

May 13, 2013 | 04:32 PM - Posted by Branthog

Am I the only one who feels underwhelmed by both video cards and monitors, these days? With all the advances everywhere else in tech, why aren't we able to enjoy 7680x1600 single displays at 120hz at constant 60+ fps at max settings?

Constantly having to compromise, even if you're willing to spend the money, is getting old.

Actually, I guess I'm getting old. I just want more awesome stuff before I die and the current offerings aren't cutting it. :)

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