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If the performance is the real deal and it cost $899 I will get 2. I just waiting for the real reviews.
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post #232 of 606
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Originally Posted by sdlvx View Post

And look, I hate to be honest but in a strictly memory bandwidth limited situation, a 7970 Ghz edition is going to beat Titan. Those situations are rare, but they do exist and if someone had an agenda in a review they could easily make 7970 look better. I'm not buying this hype at all. If Titan costs more than GTX 690 it's going to be a complete disaster in where Nvidia offers less performance for more price.

7970 GE won't beat a Titan even in bandwidth limited situation.
Kepler just proved to be a much more efficient architecture than Tahiti at using its bandwidth. Claiming an HD7970 GE will beat a Titan in a limited bandwidth situation; is the same as saying a highly overclocked GTX 670 with a much higher memory clock will beat a heavily OCed GTX 680 with a lower memory OC.
Shader power does count. there is no game that strictly avoids the shader power and use only the bandwidth of a GPU.
My old GTX 670 (~7.5 GHz) can OC higher on memory than most GTX 680s yet it fails to beat them. the gap is close but still not as fast.
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post #233 of 606
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Originally Posted by Cloudfire777 View Post

So lets sum up everything you said in this thread so far:

#1: GTX Titan is gonna be named GTX 780
#2: The TDP is 225W
#3: It will perform 80% of GTX 690
#4: It will cost $500
#5: It have 900MHz as base clock and it have turbo boost
#6: NDA ends next week

Do you confirm? smile.gif
I hope he is really correct (although I have my doubts) as 2 will make it into my PC in July if he is.
Will sit nicely with my $1100 GPU budget.
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post #234 of 606
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7970 GE won't beat a Titan even in bandwidth limited situation.
Kepler just proved to be a much more efficient architecture than Tahiti at using its bandwidth. Claiming an HD7970 GE will beat a Titan in a limited bandwidth situation; is the same as saying a highly overclocked GTX 670 with a much higher memory clock will beat a heavily OCed GTX 680 with a lower memory OC.
Shader power does count. there is no game that strictly avoids the shader power and use only the bandwidth of a GPU.

Now this makes lots of sense. Agree 100%.
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post #235 of 606
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Originally Posted by Cloudfire777 View Post

So lets sum up everything you said in this thread so far:

#1: GTX Titan is gonna be named GTX 780
#2: The TDP is 225W
#3: It will perform 80% of GTX 690
#4: It will cost $500
#5: It have 900MHz as base clock and it have turbo boost
#6: NDA ends next week

Do you confirm? smile.gif


Each of the bolded claims: Not a chance in hell. Near GTX 690 performance for that sort of heat dissipation and money? Nvidia will not only obliterate AMD, but they will cannibalize their current cards too. Marketing logic would tell anyone that that is not a smart business move unless more items based on GK110 and GK114 are on the way, all of which would have to be sold at a substantially lower price than the current generation of cards.
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post #236 of 606
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Am I the only one who think everything on this chart make sense?
TDP against GTX 690 seems legit considering the core count and clocks.
Price too sounds reasonable but I still see it at $799. That remains to be seen.
Also the performance on the first post in this thread make sense. Titan score 10% less than 690 and it have 10% less cores.


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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

Each of the bolded claims: Not a chance in hell. Near GTX 690 performance for that sort of heat dissipation and money? Nvidia will not only obliterate AMD, but they will cannibalize their current cards too. Marketing logic would tell anyone that that is not a smart business move unless more items based on GK110 and GK114 are on the way, all of which would have to be sold at a substantially lower price than the current generation of cards.

Yeah I agree with you. thumb.gif
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/10/13 at 2:11pm
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Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post

Claiming an HD7970 GE will beat a Titan in a limited bandwidth situation; is the same as saying a highly overclocked GTX 670 with a much higher memory clock will beat a heavily OCed GTX 680 with a lower memory OC.
Shader power does count. there is no game that strictly avoids the shader power and use only the bandwidth of a GPU.

I was waiting for one of these posts.

Please, tell me how 249GB/s is going to out perform 288GB/s. GK110 secret sauce is that it doesn't obey the laws of physics?

I claimed that the situations would be rare, and I would expect the gap between 7970 GE and Titan to close significantly if you were to run something like a 3 monitor setup with MSAA. Titan will definitely have more shader power, but considering the difference between GTX 670 and GTX 680 we shall see.

GTX 670 is just GTX 680 with an SMX cluster disabled and the same bandwidth, and they both perform the same. Do you know why? Because the card is bandwidth starved.
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7970 GE won't beat a Titan even in bandwidth limited situation.
Kepler just proved to be a much more efficient architecture than Tahiti at using its bandwidth.
http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=677&card2=667

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-660-ti-memory-bandwidth-anti-aliasing,3283-13.html

7870 with less bandwidth out performing GTX 670 (and GTX 680 as they have the same memory bandwidth) at 8xAA is Nvidia having superior memory architecture? Are you even aware that Nvidia's weak point has nearly always been their memory controller? Why do you think Nvidia constantly is releasing cards with GDDR5 lower clocked that maximum? Because their memory controllers are not that good. They got a lot better with Kepler but they're still inferior. 7870 should not be beating a $500 GTX 680 at any time in any benchmark, yet it's happening.

I can't wait for the benchmarketing. I'm imagining benchmark suite that rivals the bandwidth needed of 8xAA Batman and everyone creaming themselves as the bandwidth starved GTX 690 performing worse than 7870 with each GK104 is slaughtered by Titan, when in realitity it's actually slower.

And if you really want me to blow your mind, the 30% and 62% numbers all come with assuming Titan is running the same clocks as GTX 680 for core/shaders.
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So lets sum up everything you said in this thread so far:

#1: GTX Titan is gonna be named GTX 780
#2: The TDP is 225W
#3: It will perform 80% of GTX 690
#4: It will cost $500
#5: It have 900MHz as base clock and it have turbo boost
#6: NDA ends next week

Do you confirm? smile.gif

Taking on the price only here:

P_____Card______Price_____________Why
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F GTX 680 ~$450.00 (Current single Chip nVidia Crown)
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M GTX Titan ---?---
A
N GTX 690 ~$1000.00 (x2 nVidia crown chips + prestige)
C
E


The Titan will be double the transistors of the 680. Say that's 175% the cost since it is on the same fab. Combined with performance falling where it is... add the fact that anything new from Nvidia is stupid expensive:

I say this card will put the 690 out of it's misery @ ~$750.00

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Meh, synthetic benches. Let's see what it can do when it comes to games. Regardless, thanks for posting.

To be honest, this really isn't that great of a card IMO for the price they are (supposedly) asking. Realistically, in terms of graphical jumps this is where the 780 should be, not this...

2x 6970 = single 7970 roughly... 2x 680 would beat this with ease.

Yea yea I know, single gpu and it is indeed powerful, but it's not realistically this behemoth it's being made out to be when you look at prior graphics jumps between generations. Really hope the 780 tops this, otherwise those on 670/680 or 7950/7970's have no reason to upgrade other then epeen. Unless you are one of the .1% who demand 120fps with three monitors thumb.gif

Wrong in so many ways.
The 7000 series was a major refresh regarding architecture similar to what Kepler is vs Fermi, so obviously high gains were seen (even then, the 7970 was only 30% faster at launch than the 6970, so i dont know where you get your numbers from).
The Titan however is based on the same Kepler architecture as the 680, its just that the GK104 has always been mid-range from the beginning on. So this is in fact a crazy performance jump if true. You should be comparing GF110 with GK110 for a true performance jump of the new gen, not the GK104.
With that in mind this IS the behemoth it's being made out to be......
Edited by toX0rz - 2/10/13 at 2:18pm
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snip.

Do tell me how a 580 performs worse than a 680 in every scenario I've ever seen despite hawing higher memory bandwidth than the 680.
 
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