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My 2 cents, good luck with power consumption, no ty i'll pass.
Well on the plus side a card that costs this much probably could heat a small apartment lol
That's understandable if you live in a place with crazy electric rates like Puerto Rico or various European countries. But for those in the US, like myself, the potential price difference of $300+ for the Titan X far outweighs the electric cost difference of ~$15 a year. Considering the rumors point to a ~30W difference between the cards, if you can't handle one, you probably shouldn't be considering the other.
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