Originally Posted by Regent Square
I say there is a possibility. On the other hand it is their main card before AMD.
Sorry but, no.
Just, so much no.
The Titan was actually aimed towards a niche market but, happened to perform well in the gaming world so, to market the card, they marketed it as "the best thing since sliced bread"...That doesn't make gaming it's primary purpose...It's a "crunch card" that just so happens to be good at gaming.
The 780 was and always has been aimed at the gaming market.
This forces a very interesting situation for Nvidia because the Titan has to be continually updated via software whenever a new major launch approaches because, once again, the card actually isn't geared towards gaming performance, it just so happens to be good at it...So, they'll be driver enhancing the Titan for YEARS to come.
Same is true of the 780 -- In fact, from beta -- > WHQL there was about a 5% overall gain in performance.
Typically it's @5%/driver but, again this is a unique situation so, it will be interesting to see what happens.
As to if there's a possibility of them not supporting the card...LOL...That's like saying Amelia Earhart never worked on her own plane.