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I have looked trough the benchmarks comparing haswell to ivy.
Haswell will be energy efficient but not faster @samespeeds as ivybridge.

This is wrong.
Edited by driftingforlife - 2/16/13 at 4:06am
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Newer articles state the Titan could cost $1200. Not unlikely when there are only 10000 of these cards.
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False.
It will be around 10% faster at the same clock speed.
No the ipc improvements were 10% but they shrank the die(transistor count) > lower power consumption.

http://nl.hardware.info/nieuws/33187/eerste-benchmarks-van-intel-haswell-duiken-op
It is in Dutch but the benches speak for themselves.
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This is wrong.
It is pretty common sense as the low end consumer read notebook user want decent performance with as low power consumption as possible.
They decided to take it all the way too the mid end however the high end will still be performance based as the tdp is set between 70 and 150W
Edited by maarten12100 - 2/16/13 at 4:26am
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Newer articles state the Titan could cost $1200. Not unlikely when there are only 10000 of these cards.
I doubt it. Nvidia is in the business to make money, but they don't screw their customers over, just because they can. I believe the Titan's price will be related to performance when compared to the GTX 690 and its $1000 price point. Now I can already see price gouging by 3rd party sellers that could go up to $1200-1400 USD.
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I would probably guess it to be at the same price (or greater) than the ARES II AMD GPU. It's selling for over $1,600 US
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I would probably guess it to be at the same price (or greater) than the ARES II AMD GPU. It's selling for over $1,600 US

Not going to happen. The only listing that priced it that high came from aus.
 
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I would probably guess it to be at the same price (or greater) than the ARES II AMD GPU. It's selling for over $1,600 US
1000 euro and lower is my estimate 1.6k dollars would just be absurd as that is half the price of a tesla which you could get right now.
I know the tesla's don't have display out connectors but a simple card will fix that.
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Btw AMD said 8xxx series will be launched by the end of this year.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2028408/amd-to-release-new-radeon-hd-8000-graphics-cards-in-2013.html

Nvidia will most likely also wait and take it slowly, so if you want to upgrade and you're into ultra high end this may be a very viable option.
Edited by maarten12100 - 2/16/13 at 5:09am
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You're just making stuff up in your own mind here. In the future it might be a good idea to remind yourself that you need sources when you post claims like that and stop yourself before you hit the 'submit' button.

They might wait till the end of the year with the 700 series, but I hope not because I plan to get a gtx 770.

I already posted this smart guy

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Radeon-GeForce-Delay-GPU-Next-Generation,20838.html
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Originally Posted by maarten12100 View Post

No the ipc improvements were 10% but they shrank the die(transistor count) > lower power consumption.

http://nl.hardware.info/nieuws/33187/eerste-benchmarks-van-intel-haswell-duiken-op
It is in Dutch but the benches speak for themselves.
It is pretty common sense as the low end consumer read notebook user want decent performance with as low power consumption as possible.
They decided to take it all the way too the mid end however the high end will still be performance based as the tdp is set between 70 and 150W

Just FYI you are contradicting Driftingforlife who have a Haswell ES.
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