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Review: Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X in SLI

by Tarinder Sandhu on 27 March 2015, 09:30


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Power, Temperature, Noise

There's always an energy price to pay for excellent performance. A second card adds just over 200W to our system-wide figure.

The extra noise generated by a second card depends on how good the chassis airflow is and how the cards are positioned. We noted a single card's fan would increase to around 2,400rpm after 10 minutes of gaming. The second, SLI-forming card's fan jumps up to 2,900rpm while the first runs only marginally slower.

Want a very quiet experience with two-card Titan X? It's best to opt for something along the lines of the EVGA Hydro Copper.