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What competition or lack thereof has to do with this thing? Even If AMD wouldn't come with the so-called Vesuvius (dual hawaii,with CFX scaling so good these days it has a chance to end up exactly on par with Titan Z perfwise) nvidia is losing the competition with itself. Titan-Z costs the same amount asTitan black tri-SLI or 780Ti Quad SLi.
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Keep in mind that prices have everything to do with what AMD is doing, as well. Even if they can make profit at $500, if people will still buy it at $650 how can you blame them for upping the price?

I'm not interested in assigning blame, friend

I just find the prices to be disgusting and totally unnecessary

But your right, people will pay, and that is unfortunate

If our little hobby was just a bit more mainstream.....sigh
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Well then, I bow before your superior argument and volumes of supporting evidence.
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nvidia releases the titan black: ultra death power
nvidia releases the titan z: ultra mega super death explosion power 9000 v2.0
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Well then, I bow before your superior argument and volumes of supporting evidence.

Evidence? go check the prices on R9 290/290X, then we can talk. Also give me one reason, why dual card, which should be cheaper then 2 separate cards, is 1000$ more, i'm waiting.

P.S. Please don't give me the useless MATX format as excuse.

P.P.S. I already smeel the excuses, "AMD price gauging" so Nvidia can price is 2x more biggrin.gif all to justify Nvidia prices thumb.gif
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How many CUDA cores does the Titan Z have available? Wasn't it 5700 some? The K6000 has 2880 or so I believe. Might be worth it for a heavy CUDA development. You could double your CUDA processing power by changing out the GPUs on an existing server or without buying additional servers to squeeze into the server room. Some times the floor space is more valuable than the hard ware.

With no ECC and no professional level of drivers and support? What sort of CUDA usage does that fit? If it's just for development then space isn't at a premium and someone can run 2 or 3 Titan Blacks in a full tower.

The ECC memory isn't as big of a deal as it used to be. Software error correction has gotten pretty good. Places delving deep into CUDA will have the developer driver installed which is focused on CUDA. So the driver support is there already.

I've seen plenty of server rooms that couldn't even fit another full tower case in there and not many places will allow $20,000 worth of hardware with sensitive data on it to just sit on some one's desk. Plus, if they've been developing on a server already they aren't going to want to swap out hardware...they'll just plug the new horse power in.
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Will 2 of these speed up my mp3 encoding?
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Will 2 of these speed up my mp3 encoding?

If you use software that makes use of CUDA. Probably...but I don't think I've seen any encoding software that even fully utilizes my old 580's.
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Evidence? go check the prices on R9 290/290X, then we can talk.

Prices for the R9 series are competitive with the GTX 700 series. They're not the same, but they're in the same ballpark, and you can choose to pay more for things or pay less for fewer things. There's reasonable choices to be made, with either company.

Show me a "prosumer"-level AMD card that this would compete with, which has many of the advantages of the dedicated workstation line at a fraction of the cost, and then we can talk.

People are going nuts thinking that this is the harbinger of the 800 series prices to come, and my earlier statement stands: 800 series prices will have a lot to do with what AMD is offering at the time, because that's where there is actual competition. And, yes, AMD is going to introduce more cards. They may have not announced them yet, but they are coming, and they will compete with Maxwell.

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Also give me one reason, why dual card, which should be cheaper then 2 separate cards, is 1000$ more, i'm waiting.

Because the target market will pay it. What more reason do they need? You're clearly not the target market, and neither am I. Why should we care?

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P.S. Please don't give me the useless MATX format as excuse.

P.P.S. I already smeel the excuses, "AMD price gauging" so Nvidia can price is 2x more biggrin.gif all to justify Nvidia prices thumb.gif

If you're going to be this condescending and insulting, I'm not sure why I even bothered replying. What benefit do you gain from acting like this?
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Insulting? lol. Also you didnt answer me, why this card cost 1000$ more? GTX Titan Black is not prosumer card?!

Also is this card for work only? why Nvidia is putting the gaming thing next to it if its for work? Titan vanial is for work only? right? but yet they put it in huge case tripple SLI and name it Crysis 3 killer. Yea, pure work based card.
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