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It's disappointing that people treat it like a miracle of technology. It's an enormous die that increases the cost to squeeze more from 28nm. They are also highly binned and I suspect even regular versions have to be binned since their failure rate may be high due to the complexity.

But at least NVIDIA is doing something. They can't easily control that they aren't foundry makes.

But it's scary that you know if Intel had a good GPU IP, they would destroy all those companies by being 2 years forward into the future of process node technology. I almost hope they do it but at the same time not, because it's a monopoly. More brave investors are needed that aren't afraid to drop a few billion for a new process instead of milking low end processes and eventually staying behind due to their foolishness.

PS. Titan Ultra sounds like a detergent. It will never happen. GTX Daedalus et. al. maybe. Get on with the Mythology people.
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Titan Ultra on the horizon? tongue.gif
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So far, performance seems to be right about equal to the Titan; in Octane at least anyway. Of course with 12gb of memory, on large complex vram heavy tasks it would pull ahead handily.

 

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-h_ZnRrdnZ90/UeVjBMeysII/AAAAAAAAARo/29iXsJdgPEE/s1600/Blog_K6000_Graph.jpg

 

http://boxxblogs.blogspot.com/2013/07/nvidia-quadro-k6000-rendering-benchmarks.html?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRolsq7AZKXonjHpfsX97O0uT%2Frn28M3109ad%2BrmPBy%2B34cAWp8na%2BqWCgseOrQ8k14OV8OvWs0SrqU%3D

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It's absolutely meaningless to test those cards on low VRAM use, because the main thing they offer over gaming cards is just that, more VRAM.

That also means people with pure OpenCL computational needs might be better off with a gaming card since not everyone needs big VRAM.
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Nvidia just posted some promotional demos of the K6000 in action:

Edited by Booty Warrior - 8/13/13 at 11:05am
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Didn't know cards like this existed, now I do.
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