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if it's the same die, why the hell would it have a smaller bus?
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To add to that, since the Titan LE will have 92% the CUDA cores, it's pretty much set in stone that it will never perform better than 92% of the Titan. The bus width is 83% that of the Titan, how much that will factor in remains to be seen. Hence my rough guesstimate that the LE will be 85-90% the performance of the Titan. Thus likely a $850 price tag.



IMHO, too much money $ $ = $650,,i hope drool.gif
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Repeating what has already been said, if we had more Single GPU competition from the red team, NVIDIA wouldn't have been able to double the price of the 580 replacement now called Titan.

Lol, this kind of logic works both ways. If AMD had thought there was any way Nvidia could release GK110 as the 680 they would've had no choice but to release something faster than the 7970. As it is now with Nvidia willfully pricing TItan into the rarefied air of a luxury item, AMD has no reason to hurry the 8970 along because a $1k Titan will never be a true threat to their bottom line. A $500 Titan would force them to release an 8970 tomorrow though...
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Did someone say 500 dollar titan? biggrin.gif

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I got a feeling that's more the GTX 780 price range.... $550ish.
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A $500 Titan would force them to release an 8970 tomorrow though...
I'm wondering whether the same analogy could be applied to Intel.

Imagine what would happen if Intel lowered the 3930K to $350, 3770K to $200 and 3570K to $150. The AMD pricing/marketing team would most likely have a SEIZURE lol tongue.gif
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Wouldn't work for AMD's CPU division because they simply don't have any hope of matching Intel right now. The GPU division is far more competitive in the market...
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Yes, please AMD do something, we're 15/16 months after the 7970. These GK110 trickle down elite cards are not for me. I'd be happy with them coming out 5-6months after the 680 or a bit longer. Titan a year later is taking it far too long but hey, whatever, a Titan for a short while, I guess I can see out the TItan phase. I hope its just one elite card for a brief time for those that have the cash, good luck to them but then we don't get any new gpu news except a further cutdown gk110, dragging out this whole process.

Please just get on with the proper 28nm cards please AMD and Nvidia
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For those who will splurge on it, enjoy. smile.gif

Next serires that sports 384bit for $500 will have me down for two. Your move AMD.

Love Nvidia cards but they can keep their high pricing. Finally boxed me out, its not worth it. I have business sense and the only sense this makes is cents for Nvidia and stock holders, not the consumer value per performance.

I'm going to wait and see if the 8970 comes out as good as the Titan LE for $500.

Looks like another great card by Nvidia at a horrible value. For those who know me.....this said a lot.
     
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I personally think that the 700 series is going to get the boot completely. I really see the Titan becoming its own "series," similar to the GTX series. You will have the Titan LE, the Titan LX, and so on and so forth. It will be an entire series on its own. Then once Maxwell rolls around, we will see the 800's. I'm honestly really interested to see what Nvidia has up their sleeve. Perhaps we will see a TitanM? (laptop)
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