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Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm View Post

Well, if you are a researcher you could find your self a semi-old dell and plug in the Titan-Z if the GPUs were going to be doing 90% of the work. Save the cost of building an SLI capable rig...though I sure you could get your self a rig much cheaper than $1000 tongue.gif Though you'd be surprised what stuff can cost if some one is forced to go through a specified supplier. I just ordered a bunch of bar code scanners at work for a kiosk application...found the same model brand new on Amazon for $35 a piece...my cost? $450...each...but I had no choice.

Having worked in a research lab, you are forced in policy of the institution to buy your equipment new from specific vendors. Therefore, they will shelling the dough for these cards willingly so I got no doubt Titan Z's will sell to that demographic.

The issue arises to regular gaming-oriented consumers like me. I don't mind doing what I need to do with 2x Titan Blacks as opposed to a Titan Z. Hell, my normal Titans are doing just fine over a year later and can hold me till Maxwell easily.

It is just that the price tag they are asking from normal consumers is a bit mad.
    
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Z = 2, obviously.

...I think.

Oh darn you beat me to it. That's exactly what I was thinking but I had to read through the whole thread to see if someone else stated the obvious
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Hdmi 2.0?
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Hdmi 2.0?

Most likely not...
    
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Originally Posted by JoHnYBLaZe View Post

1000 or more dollar 880's in the pipeline

Screw nvidia, just because I can afford it doesn't mean I'm gonna support price gouging....no gpu's should have this price,

And for those of us who don't mind....when it's 5000 next year lets see how you feel....

There's a simple solution, don't buy it.
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Originally Posted by Usario View Post

$3000 consumer graphics cards. rolleyes.gif

This makes a $1500 295X2 actually sound very appealing, when it is in fact appalling.

No Sh... 6990 & 590 were $700 - $750.

I still think there will be a 790 without the full FP32, NVIDIA already pulled that stunt once. It'll be $1400, which is ridiculous, but seeing that 780TI's are $699. NVIDIA & AMD have successfully doubled their prices for DUAL GPU's, while greatly increasing single GPU pricing.

We better not being seeing $999 x80's in the near future, but at this rate, it wouldn't surprise me.
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So, who is going to buy this card?
1- A person who is willing to pay 3k for a card can buy 3x TITAN BLACKs with 6GB VRAM and 2880 cores each.
2- A person who is willing to get the most performance with 6GB VRAM will buy 4x TITAN Blacks and watercool them regardless of the price.
3- A person who wants high gaming performance for 1080p or VRAM usage less than 3GB VRAM will not even consider a 6GB VRAM card and can buy up to GTX 780 ti starting from (700x3 = 2100) and ending with 3 kingpins (850x3 = 2550) or just get a normal classified for (3x760 = 2280) and be able to overclock them way higher than this TITAN Z thing for less money.
4- A person who wants more than 3GB VRAM can either get an R9 290x (4GB VRAM) or an R9 290x (8GB VRAM) and use them in crossfire mode which will still be cheaper than this 3k card or can buy 2x TITAN BLACK for 1000x2 (same or more performance with less price) or even 3 TITAN Blacks for the same price and way more performance.
4- A person who wants more performance in a smaller case will not buy a card that has 6GB VRAM because no one will a small case will carry big screens (3x1080p or even a 4k) around instead he might buy some after market 760x2 or 780x2 (if any) card.


Now, Who is this card exactly for?

Notes:-
1- In SLI VRAM is mirrored which means if you have a game that uses 2GB VRAM on a single card mode then, the same game in SLI (2cards) mode will use 2GB VRAM on each card (2x2 =4GB VRAM total) resulting in 4GB VRAM usage for exactly the same settings which means that the 12GB VRAM is just marketing.
2- PCBs for cards that have 2 GPUs will have 2xN power phases where N is the number of power phases in the reference card that host a single one of those GPUs and with that the PCB will be populated making it harder for aftermarket card manufacturers to add more to allow higher overclocks.
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If I had the money I would throw on in my ITX machine.
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i'm curious about how many slots this thing will take up. it looks like it only takes up like 2.5 slots. maybe that is so it will fit in some mITX cases that are built with 2 slots with slight modification? most of them have a little extra room after the second slot for the extra width the titan z seems to have. i have a feeling it could still be make to work with some mITX cases out there.

but i feel like a 790 (dual 780 ti's) would be better suited in mITX form factor with a 4770k. don't think many people who use titans are worried about small form factor. usually go big or go home with them.
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HOLY JESUS!

What's the hashrate of that monster? eek.gif


Less than a Dedicated ACIS for sure Frick... with your silly questions...
    
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How does it go from 1000 for one Gk110, to 3000 for 2?? Math not even once.

But it was done in FP64.
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