Originally Posted by ehpexs
$1000, way more than I'd want to pay.
Those who can afford them enjoy!
$1,000 is a higher price-point then vendors were initially told ~ I'd hold out and see what the #'s really are.
Still, this card isn't aimed at gamers...I'll quote AnandTech's preview page 2:
Titan is also going to be NVIDIA’s entry-level compute card. We’ll dive more into why that is in a bit in our feature breakdown, but the biggest factor is that for the first time on any consumer-level NVIDIA card, double precision (FP64) performance is uncapped. That means 1/3 FP32 performance, or roughly 1.3TFLOPS theoretical FP64 performance. NVIDIA has taken other liberties to keep from this being treated as a cheap Tesla K20, but for lighter workloads it should fit the bill.
While it is a "nice" gaming card, it's multi-faceted so, ultimately if you're just buying this card to game on, you're doing it wrong.
The 7-series will be launched later this quarter ~ If you're out of to fold or crunch, the Titan is most certainly for you but, if you're gaming...Wait till March/April.