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From this... is there any point to releasing a Titan Ultra (fully enabled GK110)

the results is 4-5 fps between 780 and Titan, and that's 384 cores lost in the case of the GTX 780.

To go from Titan to full GK110 is only 192 cores, so really there's only a 1-3 fps change there if they ever do a Titan Ultra.

And it's hard enough making a 561mm^2 die as it is, getting a fully enabled one that doesn't have faults on the entire silicon to begin with.

But who knows, Nvidia might do so if AMD does come out with a single GPU that does beat the Titan at a lower price point.
     
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From this... is there any point to releasing a Titan Ultra (fully enabled GK110)

the results is 4-5 fps between 780 and Titan, and that's 384 cores lost in the case of the GTX 780.

To go from Titan to full GK110 is only 192 cores, so really there's only a 1-3 fps change there if they ever do a Titan Ultra.

And it's hard enough making a 561mm^2 die as it is, getting a fully enabled one that doesn't have faults on the entire silicon to begin with.

But who knows, Nvidia might do so if AMD does come out with a single GPU that does beat the Titan at a lower price point.

Valid point about the getting a fully enabled die with all cores, however, I believe some people have reported newer batches of Intel chips having a lot lower voltages required for overclocking. I wonder if there are improvements in the production or refining of the materials used, if so, maybe tsmc has the same deal in their production and as titans mature and finally drop in price, maybe we'll see even higher clocking cards from nvidia, that'd be cool...
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