Asus' ROG Set Four 3DMark Records with Modified GTX Titans

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softplacetoland

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[citation][nom]Matt34533[/nom]In sum, this is an excellent accomplishment, but ultimately something not applicable to the average enthusiast.Wat?[/citation]


"Wat" is unclear? Average enthusiast = averagely deep/shallow pockets.
 
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Additionally, as the ROG members’ technical specifications make clear, there are no and probably never will be any GTX Titan on sale from that can deliver comparable performance without extensive and expensive modifications.
Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
 

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[citation][nom]halcyon[/nom]Guys be nice. English is obviously not the author's primary language.[/citation]
It states the source as Tom's Hardware US, so it should be.
 

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[citation][nom]Conrad925[/nom]It states the source as Tom's Hardware US, so it should be.[/citation]
But the name 'tarun Iyer' is an Indian name.....:p
 

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"Additionally, as the ROG members’ technical specifications make clear, there are no and probably never will be any GTX Titan on sale from that can deliver comparable performance without extensive and expensive modifications."

remove the 'from' and it makes perfect sense.

...there are no and probably never will be any GTX Titan on sale that can deliver comparable performance without extensive and expensive modifications.
 
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