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Who's to say the Titan doesn't overclock well?

That's my point. For me its all down to how well we can overclock these suckers. If we see upwards of a 15-25% increase on average, than it may be worth it.

Thanks god they allow over voltage.

Also, does the display overclock mean we can try and use 120hz 2560x1440 screens without Modding drivers?
     
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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.

This is what pisses me off the most. This should be selling for $500 max.

I can't believe Nvidia is doing this to us.

What do you guys think?
Does nVidia usse these forums to test the market"?
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do we even have a definite price point as of yet?
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I don't think Nvidia gives a crap what we want or think. Like Apple they're going to do what they want and tell us to suck it up because they know they can...
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so what does Coltrane know about CUDA.? tongue.gif

 

It looks like coda ;)

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Agreed I just want 1440 with 120 Hz. Though I don't think the current DVI cables can support that much information
You can get 24AWG DVI-D Dual Link cables that can accomplish this with a pixel rate bump on the video card, the right drivers, and a capable monitor.
    
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so what does Coltrane know about CUDA.? tongue.gif

It looks like coda wink.gif
+1 to that answer...
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Yeah, but the hype surrounding TItan for the past year has not been about 6GB of VRAM. It's been about GK110 and how massively powerful it was going to be. It makes no sense that it would be only marginally faster at 1080p but oh-so-uber faster at 1600p or in surround. 1080p numbers should be pretty good too with 2688 CUDA cores, no?


That's because games aren't shader limited at 1080p. You need higher resolutions to really see a difference in fill rates between this and GK104.

30% at 1080p is still significant. We saw similar gains between RV970 and RV1070 when it launched, with gains at 50% at higher resolutions.
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post #379 of 910
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

This is what pisses me off the most. This should be selling for $500 max.

I can't believe Nvidia is doing this to us.

You guys are not seeing this from Nvidia`s standpoint:

GTX 580 = Played the majority of games @ 1080 p just fine. Struggled with some @ 1600p etc.
GTX 680 = Same as GTX 580 on todays games

Those two GPUs cost the same. Therefor Nvidia is able to offer you the same performance for the same amount of money.
Why should they offer you a hardcore GPU for the same price?

Blame the lack of demanding games instead of Nvidia. They just make whatever the market want and price them accordingly
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That's because games aren't shader limited at 1080p. You need higher resolutions to really see a difference in fill rates between this and GK104.

30% at 1080p is still significant. We saw similar gains between RV970 and RV1070 when it launched, with gains at 50% at higher resolutions.

Agreed. I actually see Titan as 50% over 680 in average thumb.gif
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+20% Performance over 680 on Crysis 3? Sounds... underwhelming.
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