[WCCFTECH] Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti Launching In January With Titan X Performance At A Much Lower Price - Page 10 - Overclock.net

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post #91 of 789 Old 09-29-2016, 08:03 AM
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This is hilarious. As smart as you would think the people buying in the higher end gpu industry are they fall for the same crap every. single. time.

There will not be a 780ti! Titan is top! - 780ti releases

There will not be a 980ti! Titan X is top! - 980ti releases

There will not be a 1080ti! Titan X(p) is top! - 1080ti inevitably will release

Rinse and repeat. Well there is one change - Nvidia keeps increasing the cost and everyone eats it up. It's so laughable.

Yeap totally agree here. We should stop buy nvidia cards for a while to see what will happen to the prices.
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Pretty sure It will be $699, might even be $649 like the 980Ti if AMD can launch some competition for enthusiasts. At this point that's looking like a pipe dream though.. redface.gif

Surreal that the x80 TI's have become the price-to-performance leaders in Nvidia's high-end lineup.. I doubt I'll ever buy a standard x80 card again, the 980 and now 1080 look ridiculous price-wise next to them, and $1000+ on Titans that end up competing with cards nearly half the price a few months later just aren't for me..

I don't blame Nvidias pricing at all though, just sucks knowing we would be buying cards like these for $499 Max if there was competition.. Well done AMD, you've managed to skip an entire GPU cycle outside of the 480 tier..
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Could finally be a compelling single card upgrade from my CFX 290X setup.
Most willing to drop that kind of money on something because it's the latest and greatest are willing to do so early and often.

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Everyone is SOOO engrossed on this 1080 Ti that they actually didnt realised the block diagram is completely wrong to begin with...








That diagram only show 2816 effective cores, not 3328. Terrible QC on their article.

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Let me once again repost what our mod andrew posted 2 week ago:



http://www.overclock.net/t/1611465/wccf-nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-specs-leaked-3328-cuda-cores-12gb-gddr5x-powered-by-gp102/80#post_25518764







1503 Base and 1623 Boost clock? Sound too familar? And also the previous leaked G5 memory instead of G5X.



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When will nVidia release the Titan X Ti so that people can spend $1200, or more, and actually get a GP(102)U without disabled functional units?

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The future for AMD GPUs looks bright, like a light at the end of a tunnel.
Meanwhile rich people throw money at NV Titan based cards and multiples of them.

And when AMD finally releases it simply copies the crazy pricing set by NV and Intel...

R.I.P. competitive PC market.

Enjoy your Titans and Tis for which price you could feed a family for a year.
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I've been constantly upgrading to flagship GPUs for the past 3+ years (never a Titan though) and I think I'm done with this hobby.

Cut-down GPUs for $1200? Cut-down-cut-down GPUs for $800-$900? Pretty laughable to be honest. I'm glad it's become like this because maybe people will realize the insanity and stop buying. The industry needs a reset.

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Well we're only going to see more and more rumours like this till the actual thing comes out, whether or not they are salty is for us to decide.thumb.gif

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I've been constantly upgrading to flagship GPUs for the past 3+ years (never a Titan though) and I think I'm done with this hobby.

Cut-down GPUs for $1200? Cut-down-cut-down GPUs for $800-$900? Pretty laughable to be honest. I'm glad it's become like this because maybe people will realize the insanity and stop buying. The industry needs a reset.

This is the unfortunate reality when your only choices for cards are company a and company b. If one company does poorly in a market segment, the other company has no incentive whatsoever to keep prices low.

Compare that to, say, SSDs or system RAM. Lots of manufacturers and very competitive pricing.

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