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What scares me are the range of prices i've seen speculated from $1300 US to $899.

I think people were converting it to USD with VAT and all taxes already included. My guess is we get lucky at $899, but be prepared for $999. Some even speculate retailers to charge $100 over MSRP, which could mean $1,100.
post #22 of 225
I'd be really pissed if NVIDIA released the GTX780 with a small-size die like the GTX680, then kept the big die for Titan 2 or whatever. If this happened, it would mean the whole GTX range would be mid-range from now on, and the high-end would be the Titan series cards worth 1k each.

What happened to the era of $500 high-end GPUs? I bet their production costs haven't gone up at all. They're just milking wallets and people are happy enough to give in. I say boycott them evil corps and teach 'em a lesson, otherwise they'll keep introducing "premium" products which deliver the performance jump that should have already been there for much less money.

Having said that I hope there won't be any more Titans and that the GTX780 will be a full fledged high-end card that performs slightly better than the Titan (i.e. GK110 with no disabled SMXs). Otherwise we're going down a dark path right here.
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wow, thats a huge gpu die, reminds me of my old 8800 GTX...
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I'd be really pissed if NVIDIA released the GTX780 with a small-size die like the GTX680, then kept the big die for Titan 2 or whatever. If this happened, it would mean the whole GTX range would be mid-range from now on, and the high-end would be the Titan series cards worth 1k each.

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Having said that I hope there won't be any more Titans and that the GTX780 will be a full fledged high-end card that performs slightly better than the Titan (i.e. GK110 with no disabled SMXs). Otherwise we're going down a dark path right here.

Nvidia have already stated that the GK104 is mid range. Everyone knew that.
Since the mid range in this generation is enough for 1080p and higher resolutions with max settings on majority of games, Nvidia can afford to stunts like that:
Still offer "reasonable" GPUs for $500 like the GTX 680, and make the enthusiast happy by delivering Titan for $1000.

Its obvious that big dies like GTX 580 in Fermi isn`t really needed this time around for the average gamer. Therefor Nvidia can do whatever they want. I don`t see anything wrong with that. They are not forcing anyone to buy Titan
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That's a pretty questionable PCB shot, considering the PCB is blurred out, the die is covered except for the part name, and the I/O area is also blacked out.

This picture should be taken with a grain of salt. It reeks of Photoshop handling.

more than questionable its bs, it nearly matches a 680 layout if you pay attention to the blur a bit more
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more than questionable its bs, it nearly matches a 680 layout if you pay attention to the blur a bit more

Yeah really scraping the bottom of the barrel.

You would have thought more leaks by now, this sucks!
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Why white-out the video outputs? I can understand blurring out the card and part numbers so the site that took the picture doesn't get in trouble with Nvidia. But if the pic can release info like the number of power phases, why not the outputs? Just seems wierd.

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That's a pretty questionable PCB shot, considering the PCB is blurred out, the die is covered except for the part name, and the I/O area is also blacked out.

This picture should be taken with a grain of salt. It reeks of Photoshop handling.

more than questionable its bs, it nearly matches a 680 layout if you pay attention to the blur a bit more

Well, makes sense. Question answered I suppose.
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post #28 of 225
quad way GTX titan here i come !!!
post #29 of 225
People keep saying that Keplar was a mid range part and yet I've seen no proff of this.... Just people making silly charts comparing it to the 500 series.
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I'd be really pissed if NVIDIA released the GTX780 with a small-size die like the GTX680, then kept the big die for Titan 2 or whatever. If this happened, it would mean the whole GTX range would be mid-range from now on, and the high-end would be the Titan series cards worth 1k each.

Shh don't give them ideas. Seriously I think Nvidia is going down that road.
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