Titan V, 3080 Damage, 100% VR Framerate, Deep Neural Network Attack 400%, 75% chance for critical cryptocurrency extraction with bleed-out gains, 250 Watts, SLI support. F*king OP, Man.
Hey Vegeta, what is the Titan V's power level? It's over 9000!!!
Can it run Crysis? Hell, yeah!
I got a free Titan V through twitter sweepstakes (thanks, Nvidia!). The card was too much for my old pc so I decided to build one from scratch.
Surprisingly, everything worked well at the first attempt. The cooler master's instructions are not very clear, but we figured it out. If you are thinking about getting a Kraken cooler, it seems it just way easier to use with the NZXT 340 Elite case. The simplicity and coolness may be worth the price difference.
I didn't invest in LED parts. Maybe I should, the build would look cooler, but in the end it doesn't matter that much.
Moving the QNIX monitor from the previous build to this one proved tricker than expected. The GoFanco DVI to Display Port adapters work wonderfully, but one monitor had to use (counterintuitively) a single layer DVI cable for it to work.
The system runs blazing fast and it can run everything I have tried at maximum settings and 4K. Only the witcher 3 with full hair works on has made it stutter a little bit (56+ fps).
I haven't overclocked it yet, but I may in the future. I am also waiting for the 4K HDR Gsync monitors to come out. For now, I use the OLED TV for 4K gaming and the QNIX when latency is more critical.
Also the Vive pro works very smoothly with this setup.