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2016 so far away sad-smiley-002.gif, but we will see what it will bring to the table for the market.

I know...and I thought June was a long wait. It would suck if they gimp the technology, and give us 25% improvements over Titan X/390x. mad.gif
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Yeah....While the performance of this is great....The 1000+ price tag is not justified for the performance increase that it does over a 780TI.

You can get 2 780TI's for less than one Titan X and they will smoke a Titan X.

I understand the point of the Titan X being a Single GPU solution, however until they price it a little lower...From a performance to dollar ratio...It just doesnt make sense....Plus GPU's look better in a case than one anyway.
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Many games dont support SLI/Crossfire, and the rumors are that new unreal 4 engine games WILL NOT support it and will never support it.
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the rumors are that new unreal 4 engine games WILL NOT support it and will never support it.

Source? Because that sounds like BS to me.
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Many games dont support SLI/Crossfire, and the rumors are that new unreal 4 engine games WILL NOT support it and will never support it.

I honestly cannot see Unreal Engine isolating technology and taking a step backwards when it comes to GPU performance. Especially if Unreal Engine wants to actually compete with other engines.

I can see that being a PR stunt to get people to eat up the Titan X...However all a competing engine has to do is come in and produce equal graphics as Unreal Engine (Which many do and will) and offer SLI/Crossfile support and peace out Unreal Engine. Unreal Engine will have to support it in order to compete.

Still does not justify costing twice as much for the performance increase over 1 780TI.

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Sadly yes it is. (not that it is bad)

Pretty much as good as Maxwell will get on 28nm. thumb.gif



No getting a fully unlocked version 6 months later. redface.gif

I'm hoping this means big Pascal will arrive a little bit faster than the previous 2+ year gaps in the release of big chips. GTX 580 to OG Titan was 2 years 3 months, and OG Titan to Titan X was 2 years 1 month. I hope I don't have to wait until 2017.

I believe it will come sooner, because we've been on 28nm for so long.
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I have onley EVER run either CF or SLI (and would never have just a single card to be honest) and I have very rarely ever run into serious issues with drivers from either camp. Of course I generally just play the AAA games like Crysis and Battlefield, but if you game like I do there is absolutely no reason to fear dual GPU solutions (which also always look best in your case IMO)...
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Sorry, GTX 980 is ~£400 here each, and Titan X is £1000, so thats why I was asking why anyone would buy a single titan x over two 980s.

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Sorry, GTX 980 is ~£400 here each, and Titan X is £1000, so thats why I was asking why anyone would buy a single titan x over two 980s.

You wouldn't if you had any deference to price/performance. The Titan lineup has always been about the fastest single GPU card on the planet and is priced accordingly. Two of the next tier cards have always been able to outperform Titan at the same or lower cost. But as I said, people can buy two Titans and destroy two 980's, and so on...
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https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/812392/sli/no-sli-support-with-unreal-engine-4/

NO SLI for unreal engine 4, not some bullcrap i made up, its real
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