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Originally Posted by Smokey the bear View Post

I'm losing hair over this... Nvidia store hasn't been working for me since it opened a couple of days ago.

Either way it's serious bull and doesn't look good at all on Nvidia. Hosers.

In fact, if I have to wait three weeks, well screw it... lol.

Yeah... not a good sign that they're cutting AIB's out. You really do get the sense that they view their Titan line much like Apple views their hardware - they want to sell it themselves at a premium price and not let anyone modify it at all.

Could be their way of preparing to counter the 390X, though... sell nothing but stock boards from their own store for a while, then open to stock boards from AIBs, then after 390X release allow custom designs.
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TPU has one of the largest test suites of games and is pretty much the only site that keeps its drivers up to date for the results of each card - including older ones - in every review. Basically nobody else tests as many cards in as many games all with up to date drivers on the same system.
But we compare only NV card vs NV card
Original TITAN review TPU drivers
NVIDIA: 310.70 WHQL
GTX Titan: 314.09 Beta

Computerbase original Titan
Nvidia GeForce 313.96
Nvidia GeForce 314.09 (GTX Titan)

TITANX TPU review
NVIDIA: 347.09 WHQL
GTX Titan X, GTX 970 SLI: 347.84

TITANX computerbase
Nvidia GeForce 344.07 (GTX 970, GTX 980)
Nvidia GeForce 347.84 (GTX Titan X)

Games are 16vs19 for TPU
I still think computerbase is pretty accurate but with different games.
post #623 of 1345
Do we have any information about custom versions ? Did Nvidia give permission to the graphics card manufacturers to build their custom version ?
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Originally Posted by Nihaan View Post

Do we have any information about custom versions ? Did Nvidia give permission to the graphics card manufacturers to build their custom version ?

Almost seems like NVIDIA is only selling this card exclusively from their own store for awhile. I wouldn't hold my breath for custom versions anytime soon.
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Doesn't matter
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Almost seems like NVIDIA is only selling this card exclusively from their own store for awhile. I wouldn't hold my breath for custom versions anytime soon.

Doesn't matter how much time it takes i would love to wait for a custom Titan X instead of buying a reference version right now smile.gif So the question is are they allowed or not. I was hoping to see a statement from Evga/Jacob but he was offline for 2 days.
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So....I can get $1750 for my (3) Titan Super clocked OG's with EK waterblocks and backplates. Debating if its worth to upgrade to (2) Titan X's......
post #627 of 1345
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Doesn't matter
Doesn't matter how much time it takes i would love to wait for a custom Titan X instead of buying a reference version right now smile.gif So the question is are they allowed or not. I was hoping to see a statement from Evga/Jacob but he was offline for 2 days.

I doubt we will see a custom PCB card with the moniker of "Titan" on it. I'm only basing this on the Titan and Titan Black. Basically we are probably waiting for the "780" of this new Titan X which would probably have 6GB's of Vram and a SMM or 2 (or more) disabled.

Going to be a long wait.
post #628 of 1345
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Doesn't matter how much time it takes i would love to wait for a custom Titan X instead of buying a reference version right now smile.gif So the question is are they allowed or not. I was hoping to see a statement from Evga/Jacob but he was offline for 2 days.

I'd highly lean towards no. If memory serves, both the original titan and the titan black weren't modified. NVIDIA is being even more exclusive with this one.

I mean anything could happen if the 390X turns out to be faster and cheaper.
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I'd highly lean towards no. If memory serves, both the original titan and the titan black weren't modified. NVIDIA is being even more exclusive with this one.

I mean anything could happen if the 390X turns out to be faster and cheaper.

Yeah... the only way I can see it happening is if the 390X turns out to be significantly faster (say, 15%+) and Nvidia has no other way to counter it.

Personally, I wouldn't hold my breath. I think it's pretty clear what Nvidia wants the Titan line to be - their PCB, their voltages, their cooler, their price, and now perhaps even their own direct sale.
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Yeah... not a good sign that they're cutting AIB's out. You really do get the sense that they view their Titan line much like Apple views their hardware - they want to sell it themselves at a premium price and not let anyone modify it at all.

Could be their way of preparing to counter the 390X, though... sell nothing but stock boards from their own store for a while, then open to stock boards from AIBs, then after 390X release allow custom designs.

I think we can all agree that will only work out for them for so long.

I do find it strange that some retailers in Australia have a date of arrival of March 25th for the EVGA Titan X... Is Amazon just sitting on them?
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