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I am not sure if this is the right Titan X forum... but it's concerning the Titan X Pascal. I am ready to order it on August 2nd. Can someone clear this up.

Is this Titan X Pascal an all exclusive only, and 3rd party and other partners won't be releasing it?
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http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-titan-x-pascal-available-august-2nd
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NVIDIA TITAN X will be available August 2nd, exclusively from the NVIDIA TITAN X product page.
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So, just two make sure I'm not crazy, two of these will certainly outperform three 980Tis, right?

Also, getting three of these is not advisable, right?
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So, mere days away from launch, who here is getting the new Titan X ? rolleyes.gif
post #17935 of 18232
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So, mere days away from launch, who here is getting the new Titan X ? rolleyes.gif

A colleague of mine and I were planing to get 14 units (to replace 20 current TitanXes for computing), but since Nvidia banned 3rd party sale and they don't sell in whole of Europe, we will completely skip and planning to go RadeonProDuo. Our move to OpenCL is due already for some time... Not sure why, but NV doesn't want our money so won't get it.
post #17936 of 18232
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Originally Posted by ratzofftoya View Post

So, just two make sure I'm not crazy, two of these will certainly outperform three 980Tis, right?

Also, getting three of these is not advisable, right?

Officially support for SLI stops as two cards going forward. At least for gaming. So, three is not advisable. Since triple SLI is only a tiny bit faster than dual SLI odds are very good that two will be faster than the triple 980ti. My dual Titan X (Maxwell) setup is faster than the triple 980 (non TI) I had before them. And that's before I overclocked them.
 
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I know this comes out of the blue, but I want to know how well my card performs.

I have a water cooled titan x running with enough headroom for power and static 1.274Volts(cyclops3 bios). My card runs rock solid stable at 1492mhz, but starts to crash at 1502mhz. Temps are a bit high under full load(Hovers between 85-90° occasionally getting to 91°).

How did I do in the Silicon lottery? My guess is a bit worse than average?
post #17938 of 18232
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Originally Posted by ncxboxx View Post

I know this comes out of the blue, but I want to know how well my card performs.

I have a water cooled titan x running with enough headroom for power and static 1.274Volts(cyclops3 bios). My card runs rock solid stable at 1492mhz, but starts to crash at 1502mhz. Temps are a bit high under full load(Hovers between 85-90° occasionally getting to 91°).

How did I do in the Silicon lottery? My guess is a bit worse than average?

That's above average. 1450MHz is average imo.
    
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Originally Posted by ncxboxx View Post

I know this comes out of the blue, but I want to know how well my card performs.

I have a water cooled titan x running with enough headroom for power and static 1.274Volts(cyclops3 bios). My card runs rock solid stable at 1492mhz, but starts to crash at 1502mhz. Temps are a bit high under full load(Hovers between 85-90° occasionally getting to 91°).

How did I do in the Silicon lottery? My guess is a bit worse than average?

Actually that is a pretty good card. I start having my crashing at 1420 (sli).... but with watercooling (custom) I have never managed to get my temperatures above 54C, and that is with an ambient temperature of 31C. Yes, I sit and sweat it out.
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Originally Posted by ncxboxx View Post

I know this comes out of the blue, but I want to know how well my card performs.

I have a water cooled titan x running with enough headroom for power and static 1.274Volts(cyclops3 bios). My card runs rock solid stable at 1492mhz, but starts to crash at 1502mhz. Temps are a bit high under full load(Hovers between 85-90° occasionally getting to 91°).

How did I do in the Silicon lottery? My guess is a bit worse than average?

What in the hell are your watercooled temps..

But mines pretty similar clocker
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