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Originally Posted by Cloudfire777 View Post

The reviews is coming soon. No worries

Agreed. Until then maybe we could all take a breath and stop acting like we actually know anything about Titan's true performance.

Thats absurd, I know every aspect of how this GPU will perform at every resolution, and in SLI. wink.gif
 
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post #342 of 910
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Assuming 100% scaling

Titan Beating 690 @ 3/7 Benchmarks
Titan ~75-80% of 690 @ 4/7 benchmarks


(In The Future)
+Driver maturity

Exactly, it looks like they only have good performance drivers in all the games with a "3" in it lol *except BF3. In the future this may be better than a 690 in most situations, and its a single gpu card. Time will tell. Its not even out yet tongue.gif
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post #343 of 910
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a card priced at ~800 for 30% over 680, no thanks. I'd rather have 2 680's or 2 7970's which would womp the crap outta this thing.

Hmm are you talking apples and oranges? (2 vs 1) - This too is a Single GPU card and has a 4 GPU limit just like the cards you mentioned. Yes it's your opinion and of course we respect that.

I'ts strictly comparable as a Single GPU card vs other single GPU cards. Yes review sites and even here on OCN everyone is comparing to the 690. Why I don't know., well I do, (The closest Price/Performance which happens to be the 690 supposedly)

As the limit we all have is 4 GPU's lets look at Apples to Apples not 2 to 1. 2 7970's against 2 Titans. Yes that's what we all thought. No real comparison (We think) biggrin.gif and this is of course strictly Performance of single GPU cards.

I'd like to see a comparison of Cost per equal Performance at 1 Slot, 2xSLI, 3xSLI. That would reveal alot and be Apples to Apples Price wise.
Edited by Ghoxt - 2/18/13 at 12:35pm
post #344 of 910
If it is only 30% better than 680 at 1080p. it is more will be like 40-45% better at 1440p.
75% is way too optimistic.

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post #345 of 910
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Exactly, it looks like they only have good performance drivers in all the games with a "3"

Confirmed 20fps in all Valve games
   
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post #346 of 910
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I completely agree, but the comparison product (a 680 or 690) CAME OUT A YEAR AGO, which is a typical GPU generation to generation gap!

If they all launched around the same time then I think the premium price is justified. By your example, any company who releases a product faster than the previous gen should do so at a premium price? That's not how it works either...

I totally agree, but that's really not what I meant though. Hence the < sarcasm > quotes. I was just pointing out that premium products always come at premium prices, without the linear performance increase.

Intel demands a $400 premium over a processor that's essentially the same, yet why people pay it is beyond me.

If you really want a 6 core Intel processor, the 3930K is the way to go, 3960X is for ePeen purposes?

What you just said highlighted in bold is exactly what AMD did when they initially released the 7970...

They compared their performance to the 580 and priced it at $550. The 7970 was replacing a $369 6970. So right there, AMD got a $200 premium right off the bat by being first to market with 28nm. 7970 prices finally lowered 2 - 3 weeks AFTER the 680 was released, otherwise, AMD would've been happy charging $550 for the 7970 & $450 for the 7950 for as long as they could.

The competition forced AMD to lower their prices and adjust accordingly. Do you remember the articles that AMD didn't want to lower prices on the 7970 because 680 was out of stock?

I'm not pleased with the state of our GPU industry at the moment.

NVIDIA should have NEVER gotten away with a GK104 based GTX 680 for $500, nor should they be getting away with a $900 Titan ( which IMO should've been a $500 780 ). But the reality is, they can, and they will, due to the lack of competition.

AMD needs to step up their game, and their upcoming 2 year release cycle is not helping matters either.

Titan will be the fastest single GPU for months to come, and hence the premium price tag, doesn't mean that I agree with it. It is what it is.

Nothing would make me happier than for Titan to NOT sell out, so NVIDIA gets the message loud and clear that we're not willing to pay $900 for the fastest single GPU. When in the previous gen we paid $500 for it.

Will that happen? Nope, the initial 10,000 will likely sell out, and quick. NVIDIA will make more Titans to satisfy the demand if necessary. NVIDIA is now enjoying much higher profit margins then they had with the previous gen.
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post #347 of 910
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There will always be a premium for added vram. Just look at the 200-250 price jump the Sapphire 7970gb is of the reference 3gb 7970.

http://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-DL-DVI-I-SL-DVI-D-PCI-Express-11197-05-40G/dp/B0098HW0H2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1361215847&sr=8-1&keywords=sapphire+7970+6gb
And between vanilla EVGA 2gb and 4gb 680's. It's always much more
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To think just a couple days ago people were talking about Titan being faster than SLI 680's. Who knows what to believe anymore, just gotta wait for the official reviews...
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Drivers sir, drivers

Titan should perform out of the gate as implied/advertised by it's specs. Drivers will definitely improve things (though I'm skeptical about driver support for such a limited card), but we shouldn't have to wait for driver support to deliver on promised/implied performance.
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To think just a couple days ago people were talking about Titan being faster than SLI 680's. Who knows what to believe anymore, just gotta wait for the official reviews...

This is why I keep a salt shaker on my desk at all times. thumb.gif
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