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Waiting for members 4K surround and quad SLI reviews on OCN smile.gif
Beastly card for those wanting close to dual GPU performance on a single card without the drawbacks.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Looks like someone is mad that a single overclocked card can trade blows with his 2x 970s. rolleyes.gif

Go on and enjoy your $700-$750 SLI setup. A $1000 single GPU is far more appealing, and i'm sure your two 970 put out more heat and noise.

I even said that TitanX would be close to 970's in SLI in gaming, it was obvious. In benchmarks 970's will walk away, but gaming, when you take scaling into account, a single TitanX will be knocking on 970's really close, with new drivers to be released it will equal performance of 970's or actually surpass it. TitanX > 970's in SLI.
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I'm simply calling it as it is, the Titan X as a whole is a poor product, with a good chip powering it.

That's a really nice bottom line! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Ha! I tried to say it was a better deal than the first titan earlier this week and people jumped all over me saying it wasn't. tongue.gif

You have to put it into perspective though, the original Titan or Titan Black still cost the same they did when they came out, BUT (and that's a pretty big one) you can sell it today with rather little loss because of its computing power! Unlike the new Titan X which is crippled in DP computing.

A product performing 50% better than another older product costing the same sure is better in price/performance.
Edited by poii - 3/17/15 at 1:20pm
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Originally Posted by Serandur View Post

Nope, just mad that an incredibly plain GM200 product is going for $1000 while there's very little quality about it.

I have no 970s, returned those things after the VRAM fiasco and am sitting on a single 290X with a good $800 ready at this very moment for a beastly new singlr GPU.

I'm not attached to my hardware Murlocke, I upgrade it yearly and gladly eat the loss for the sake of my hobby. I'm simply calling it as it is, the Titan X as a whole is a poor product, with a good chip powering it.

This card is a much better deal than the original Titan, which sold really well. It's a great card overall. You can't expect the best price:performance ratio when we have options like SLI/CF.

This card is almost equal to stock 2x 780Ti (at 100% scaling which is rare) when overclocked. It does so at nearly 2x less overall wattage and heat output. Sure it's no where as efficient as a 980, but that's to be expected. If you aren't impressed by that, then nothing can impress you in the PC world anymore. It's not like we are going to have another 8800GTX breakthrough jump again.

$1000 is a fair price for such a powerful single GPU. It's not for everyone, but to call it garbage is absurd. Most could care less about custom PCBs and backplates.
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You have to put it into perspective though, the original Titan or Titan Black still cost the same they did when they came out, BUT (and that's a pretty big one) you can sell it today with rather little loss because of its computing power! Unlike the new Titan X which is crippled in DP computing.

A product performing 50% better than another older product costing the same sure is better in price/performance.

True, but I don't think NVIDIA will pull another 780Ti > Titan situation in the near future. I think we'll see a 980Ti, but it will likely be 6GB and slower than Titan X and much colder/quieter/efficient.

Maybe i'm wrong, but I'm tired of my 780Ti. It just can't keep up in 3440x1440 anymore and I don't play the waiting game when it comes to PCs. There's always better in the near future.
Edited by Murlocke - 3/17/15 at 1:27pm
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This card is a much better deal than the original Titan, which sold really well. It's a great card overall. You can't expect the best price:performance ratio when we have options like SLI/CF.

This card is almost equal to stock 2x 780Ti (at 100% scaling which is rare) when overclocked. It does so at nearly 2x less overall wattage and heat output. If you aren't impressed by that, then nothing can impress you in the PC world anymore. It's not like we are going to have another 8800GTX breakthrough jump again.

$1000 is a fair price for such a powerful single GPU. It's not for everyone, but to call it garbage is absurd.

Well the original Titan also launched when there was no competition in sight. The 290x didn't launch for like 8 months after the original Titan's release.

If the 390x launches within the next few months, if it competes well, and is priced much lower... the Titan X will be a much worse deal than the original titan.

Also, I'm not sure of the specifics on how they measure the $/FPS, but it doesn't seem like a good comparison over different generations of cards.
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Cut-down version? 2816 cuda? 6GB Vram for 699$, I'll take one..

TitanX 12GB Vram for $699, NOT happening, Ever...
Thanks, that's good.

$1350-1500 would have been insane.

tbh there is nothing of note about this card that is amazing except for the 12gb's of vram.

what set the original titan apart from the rest of the pack was the dp performance and this card does no have that.

its just a big gm204 at that point.
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tbh there is nothing of note about this card that is amazing except for the 12gb's of vram.

what set the original titan apart from the rest of the pack was the dp performance and this card does no have that.

its just a big gm104 at that point.

No what set the og Titan apart was it's performance. Not a soul cared about the DP performance since I bet 99.9% of the people on this forum have never used DP.
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headscratch.gif the original Titan was more than twice as fast as the GTX 580. it didn't have another single gpu card in it's performance realm for 6 months and not from the competition for almost a year. Titan X may be slower than a cheaper AMD card that can launch within two months of it. I guess what I'm saying is that it's too early to conclude if this is indeeed a better deal than the first Titan. I agree it's certainly not garbage.

And about 30% faster than the current flagship at the time, the GTX 680. Sounds familiar huh?
 
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This card is a much better deal than the original Titan, which sold really well. It's a great card overall. You can't expect the best price:performance ratio when we have options like SLI/CF.

This card is almost equal to stock 2x 780Ti (at 100% scaling which is rare) when overclocked. It does so at nearly 2x less overall wattage and heat output. Sure it's no where as efficient as a 980, but that's to be expected. If you aren't impressed by that, then nothing can impress you in the PC world anymore. It's not like we are going to have another 8800GTX breakthrough jump again.

$1000 is a fair price for such a powerful single GPU. It's not for everyone, but to call it garbage is absurd. A could care less about custom PCBs and backplates, I am a gamer. I care about FPS.

headscratch.gif the original Titan was more than twice as fast as the GTX 580. it didn't have another single gpu card in it's performance realm for 6 months and not from the competition for almost a year. Titan X may be slower than a cheaper AMD card that can launch within two months of it. I guess what I'm saying is that it's too early to conclude if this is indeeed a better deal than the first Titan. I agree it's certainly not garbage.
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Who needs the DP performance for gaming? It's the Vram and how fast a card is that counts.

I was at a friends house running games in 1440p Portrait surround running of a single watercooled GTX 980, a single TitanX would power that even with some AA, although the single 980 faired really well for single card. This is what the new TitanX is meant for, 4k, 1440p surround, 4k surround, and 5k. Noone is buying this card for single 1080p screen, as it would be a huge waste.

"TitanX is the new Beast"
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No what set the og Titan apart was it's performance. Not a soul cared about the DP performance since I bet 99.9% of the people on this forum have never used DP.

Exactly, agreed!

It's either benchmarks, or gaming. Half probably didn't know what DP was used for but owned the og Titan, I don't know what DP is used for to be honest, and I don't care.
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