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I am interested in a Titan card. However, I am waiting for the next generation Intel Ivy Bridge E/EP CPUs before I build a new system. Will Titan still be available for sale Q3/Q4 of this year?
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I am interested in a Titan card. However, I am waiting for the next generation Intel Ivy Bridge E/EP CPUs before I build a new system. Will Titan still be available for sale Q3/Q4 of this year?

1-1,560,000 chances.
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I am interested in a Titan card. However, I am waiting for the next generation Intel Ivy Bridge E/EP CPUs before I build a new system. Will Titan still be available for sale Q3/Q4 of this year?

Even then... the Sandy Bridge-E cpus still blow everything, especially when OCed. So overpowered they are, indeed, that i intend to get a Titan to complete my overkill i7-3930k rig, which has a GTX 580 3GB currently.
     
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Price Asus GTXTITAN-6GD5 biggrin.gif
GTX TITAN-6GD5
http://www.hwlegend.com/bbforum/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=2643&start=150#p41648

wow thats a lot of shops that have listed the Asus Titan...
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wow thats a lot of shops that have listed the Asus Titan...

Probably a lot of cows they collected fecal matter from too.
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I advise everyone not too purchase on yet on those sites as you will probably get them later than if bought after the release in a know shop.
All the sites I've seen offering them were poorly designed and leaking a product isn't really something to be proud of.

If it is 1000 Euro it is a big miss for the European market should be more like 800/900 but certrainly not more.
For America it will be 1000/1100 dollar however it will probably be a tad cheaper so 950/1100 dollar somewhere in that price range.
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rather check official asus/evga site and Newegg, if anyone is willing to do F5ing those sites or have a scanner program to do it.
     
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Another listing:
http://uptiki.altervista.org/viewer.php?file=u91a6tpdxrx9rhvtunp.jpg
Why does that pic say dvi-d D-SUB hdmi
D-sub is vga if this card has a vga port I'll eat both my shoes.
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If my math is correct does that convert to about $1,100 USD without VAT. If that is the case this will be a no go for me. $1,000 is my limit, and only If i can get 2.
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