But Can It Run Crysis?

Even if the Titan V isn't a major leap in gaming performance, we couldn't help ourselves. We have a Titan, we have Crysis. The ultimate question must be answered. Can it run Crysis?

Crysis: Warhead (DX10) - 3840x2160 - Enthusiast Quality, 4xSSAA

Yes, it can run Crysis.

And in fact, it is the only Titan that can reach the coveted 60fps mark. Perhaps Titan V is the card that can finally run Crysis the way it's meant to be played: maximum resolution, maximum details, and maximum anti-aliasing. At the end of the day, only one Titan stands above the rest when it comes to Crytek's testament to graphical intensity.

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  • jjj - Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - link

    Bah but this is last week's Titan, aren't they launching a new one this week? Reply
  • WorldWithoutMadness - Thursday, December 21, 2017 - link

    Titan A, next week Titan G, next 2 weeks Titan I, next month Titan N, and lastly Titan AS Reply
  • showster - Saturday, December 23, 2017 - link

    *Slow Clap* Reply
  • Luscious - Wednesday, December 27, 2017 - link

    Don't forget the dual Volta Titan ZZ Reply
  • mode_13h - Wednesday, December 27, 2017 - link

    ...in case anyone wondered why they never released Pascal as Titan P. I guess Nvidia knows their market too well for that. Reply
  • mode_13h - Wednesday, December 27, 2017 - link

    Well, they'll presumably release the GV102 in some more affordable flavor of Titan. Titan V0?

    And maybe they'll eventually release a GV100 in a PCIe card with all four HBM2 stacks... although that'll probably receive Quadro branding & price point, like the Quadro GP100.
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  • mode_13h - Tuesday, January 30, 2018 - link

    So, after Titan Xp and Titan V(ista), next should be Titan 7. That's a definite buy, but I'd skip Titan 8. Maybe go for Titan 8.1, or just hold out for Titan 10. Reply
  • CajunArson - Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - link

    OK, while I agree that nobody should buy a Titan V for gaming you say: "Already after Battlefield 1 (DX11) and Ashes (DX12), we can see that Titan V is not a monster gaming card, though it still is faster than Titan Xp. "

    Uh... yeah that's wrong. Anything that's faster than a Titan XP *is* a monster gaming card by definition. It's just not a very good purchase for $3000 since it's not really targeted towards gaming.
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  • nathanddrews - Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - link

    I agree with this. Cost aside - it's the best gaming card on the market. Unless NVIDIA launches the 1180/2080/whatever80 soon, this card will be in Terry Crews' Old Spice rig by the end of the month.

    P-P-P-POWWWWERRRRRRRRRR!
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  • Ryan Smith - Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - link

    "Uh... yeah that's wrong. Anything that's faster than a Titan XP *is* a monster gaming card by definition."

    The big issue right now is that it's not consistently faster, especially at the 99th percentile Or for that matter, not as bug-free as it needs to be.

    I'm going to be surprised if it doesn't get better with later drivers. But for the moment, even if you throw out the price, it's kind of janky in games.
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