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OK....and as i said, its the same piece of silicon no? Just answer me that. Does it come from the same platter as "k20x" or not. If it does, it is the same chip, different name...as i said before.
I simply corrected you on which product is in the Titan, technicality or not, that is a simple fact.

Don't have to get all offended about it.

It is not the same chip, if it is in fact different.
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I simply corrected you on which product is in the Titan, technicality or not, that is a simple fact.

Don't have to get all offended about it.

It is not the same chip, if it is in fact different.

Sorry, didn't mean to get heated or anything.
     
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Do you guys think there will be throttling on the 780?

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I have to admit, I know little of OpenCL, apart from it being used in mining operations that can't be discussed on OCN.

I did some Googling, it appears that there's 80~ OpenCL supported applications:

http://openclnews.com/apps/P40

and 160~ CUDA enabled applications

http://www.nvidia.com/object/gpu-applications.html?All

From what I can ascertain, CUDA came about with the 8 series of Nvidia GPUs in 2006 whilst OpenCL 1.1 was finalised around 2008 (which would explain the split of applications above). Someone mentioned early that Adobe have switched to OpenCL but that is only partly true, CS6 Master Collection on applies their new Mercury Engine in a few areas such as Photoshops new blur gallery, it is not used in key areas you would expect such as Premiere, that will not be implemented until the next release (CS7 I guess?).

If I am your average Joe walking in off the street, why would I want OpenCL and for what purpose? I would assume that anyone working in a professional sense would already have either a Tesla or Fire Pro. What am I going to miss if OpenCL just gets up and leaves?

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if we were basing value on compute power, the 7970 should cost more. Unless you are operating with cuda, gtx 6xx and up are not worth it compared to amd's offerings.





GTX 780 should do nicely for those needing CUDA for rendering, not so much for workstation use.

Most recent ones comparing it to workstation GPUs:




http://www.tomshardware.de/Workstation-Grafik-2013-Benchmarks,testberichte-241269-18.html

It's a poor value proposition for AutoCAD though, since the GK104 stuff would be the best price performance there

It's also a poor value proposition past 2014 since OpenCL is going to be in Adobe Premiere Pro and the rest of the Adobe stuff. Obviously iray is NVIDIA property so it won't be OpenCL, but other stuff like Luxrender/RatGPU render show how NVIDIA is at OpenCL rendering



see this from yesterday:
http://blogs.adobe.com/premierepro/2013/05/improved-gpu-support-in-adobe-premiere-pro-cc.html
Edited by AlphaC - 5/18/13 at 7:00pm
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Do you guys think there will be throttling on the 780?

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Most definitely. That is...until Naennon gets a hold of the BIOS sneaky.gif
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GTX 780 should do nicely for those needing CUDA for rendering, not so much for workstation use.

Most recent ones comparing it to workstation GPUs:

http://www.tomshardware.de/Workstation-Grafik-2013-Benchmarks,testberichte-241269-18.html

It's a poor value proposition for AutoCAD though, since the GK104 stuff would be the best price performance there

It's also a poor value proposition past 2014 since OpenCL is going to be in Adobe Premiere Pro and the rest of the Adobe stuff. Obviously iray is NVIDIA property so it won't be OpenCL, but other stuff like Luxrender/RatGPU render show how NVIDIA is at OpenCL rendering


see this from yesterday:
http://blogs.adobe.com/premierepro/2013/05/improved-gpu-support-in-adobe-premiere-pro-cc.html I sniped the images

Are you then agreeing with me? lol I am so confused, it seems like you are?
     
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Are you then agreeing with me? lol I am so confused, it seems like you are?

backing what you said with numbers rather than opinion wink.gif
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