Originally Posted by strykerr1
Phisy714 your missing the whole thing bud. The titan was built exclusively for the ultra enthusiast. The 780ti is also for the ultra enthusiast. They needed to develop a card to out maneuver the 290x. Also I know companies pay top ddollar for those cards but only because of software etc.
Listen no matter what way you slice and dice this news it's the same outcome. Nivida got caught up off guard a few months ago and this is the best BUSINESS route to take. They don't give a crap about advancement Atm they care about staying on top so they can charge you whatever they feel like.
Also the difference between a Titan and it's business equivalent goes far beyond just a chip. Otherwise they would just save money and buys titans lol so that argument is invalid leaving mine fully intact.
And sadly people in the market will go ape **** over this new card buying 3-4 of them at 1100 a pop for a crappy pcb. You will see I'm right lol and this is a fact
This card won''t be anywhere near $1100. Mark my words. Otherwise it would have been called Titan TI or Titan Ultra.
This is a reaction to 290X by Nvidia. This is either a re-branded Titan for cheaper or a Titan minus compute badged as a 780ti, so the Titan can remain untouched.
Originally Posted by wstanci3
They better lift the NDA. With Nvidia handing out 780 TI's to reviewers today, AMD is officially under the gun. If AMD didn't feel pressure before, this would.
Yep, they handed out cards. AMD better be dropping the NDA asap.