Power consumption is something that NVIDIA has really dialed in perfectly with its Maxwell architecture, but with two full-blown GM200 cores, do you think that we could see some truly insane performance-per-watt goodness from the Titan X in SLI? Yes, yes we can.
And there you have it: our entire system was drawing just 530W playing Battlefield 4 at 4K. Comparing this to the overclocked AMD Radeon R9 290X that was consuming 450W on its own, or 625W when overclocked, the two GeForce GTX Titan X's in SLI are just an amazing pair of VGA cards.
We've now got a Digitech QM-1589 that is testing out the sound coming from our VGA cards, with a chart that will slowly be filled.
As you can see, the Titan X in SLI can be pretty damn loud when those fans are pumping away at 100%, but during our BF4 usage, they didn't get too loud - pushing out a little less noise than the fans do at a manual 50%.
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