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How about the noise issues? tongue.gif

Nothing a pair of Sennheiser HD380 cans can't filter out. I just feel sorry for the rest of the people near it. wink.gif
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Of course there's no thermal issues with Titan X 4-way SLI.. There's no back plate to restrict airflow lmaosmiley.gif
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can u do 4 this benchmarks in 800x600 jest for fun biggrin.gif
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Anyone still sitting on the fence about buying a Titan X? Well perhaps this lil nugget or even 2 of em, will help ya make up your mind up of choosing team green or team red???

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-350-SP&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=1515
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If Titan Z was single GPU with that performance then even at 3K it would have sold. Problem was SLI.

Problem was SLI & the extra $1K premium on top. ( 2 Titans were $2K )

I highly doubt people are ready to pay $3K for a GAMING GPU.

TX is nearing 295x2 in performance, and I bet NVIDIA couldn't have sold it for $1500. I don't think the market will bear $1000+ for Single Gaming GPU's.
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It has nothing to do with AMD. It has to do with people willing to pay for Titan class card.

It has EVERYTHING to do with AMD and the lack of competition available right now.

Hypothetically speaking: If 390X was on the market now, and was 20% faster than Titan X, and was selling for $499.

You really think NVIDIA could sell Titan X for $1000? NOPE.

But fact is, TX is ~35% faster than the 290X, and who knows when 390X will be here, and how fast it will be.

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AMD offer the opportunity to Nvidia to launch a Titan series because they're always late to the party since 2 years and do not have products to compete.
With a strong AMD, Titan won't exist. Period.

Exactly.

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Originally Posted by SpeedyVT View Post

Single R9 390x should outperform this card for a fraction less than the Titan. We'll see what happens.

Should, if, when, coming soon is AMD's story.

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So you are telling me HD 5870 should have been 1K and HD 7970 should have also been 1K because they came first. Nvidia is pricing Titan 1K because people are willing to pay for it. You cant stop people from wanting the fastest GPU. Only OG Titan was something. Titan Black and Z where pointless. 2 month of sales is enough for Titan to be justified by Nvidia.

No, because back then AMD was all about gaining marketshare.

Remember how much the 6970 was? $350.

7970 was $550 at launch, $50 more than a 580. So you see, AMD did charge a $200 premium over its own replacement, because it was ~20% faster than what the competition had available at the time.
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its funny seeing so many convert titan owners who never bought a titan before this, buy the titan which is least worthy of the titan name.. imho.

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http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/nvidia-quadro-m6000,2-898.html

Surprising the base architecture even without the fp64 support is generally a better compute card than k6000.

It generally beats keplar and beats w9100 by even more typically. Fp64 was lost but something else was gained along the way to make up for it. Certain tasks its not good at but most, its the best out there.

I guess it doesn't quite apply to titan x because it is driver dependent, but for open cl stuff, it pretty good.
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Originally Posted by Shogon View Post

With the way the rumor mill is for AMD I wouldn't even be worried about the 390X. FreeSync and TrueAudio...AiO coolers. Hopefully it's not just a hotter 290X and something worth feeling remorse over. Oh yeah and mostly rebrands unless you spend more.

As long as Nvidia has $1k cards and Intel has $1k CPU's AMD will never die. If either company lowered prices I don't see how anyone would buy a AMD product let alone them surviving with they way they handle things unless you really felt like supporting a company that can't compete.

I really doubt the enthusiast market is where all 3 companies generate most of their revenue. I imagine the mainstream/OEM market accounts for the majority of their revenue stream. If Intel and nVidia only lowered prices on their $1K enthusiast parts, I don't imagine it'll affect AMD all that much.
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Anyone check the Toms updated review where they pitted Titan X SLI vs 295x2 and 295x2 CF?

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-r9-295x2-crossfire-performance,3808.html

do not shoot the messenger.. I thought the results interesting.
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