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I believe this. they have to do something with the less than prime GM200 chips
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Why are people expecting the 980 Ti to be faster than the TITAN X? Will the only difference between the two GPUs be the VRAM?

Higher GPU/Mem clock speeds too..
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Why are people expecting the 980 Ti to be faster than the TITAN X? Will the only difference between the two GPUs be the VRAM?

because the 780ti was faster than the first Titan. of course, they aren't realizing that the Titan X isn't cut down like the first Titan and nvidia need not follow the identical pattern every year.
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because the 780ti was faster than the first Titan. of course, they aren't realizing that the Titan X isn't cut down like the first Titan and nvidia need not follow the identical pattern every year.

The 980 Ti or whatever it will be can still be faster than the Titan X, they could just use the full chip (again), cut the VRAM down to 6GB and let the board partners introduce some actually sufficient cooling solutions for the card, with higher power target.

Surely they need to sell the less complete chips, somehow, too, but that card doesn't have to be the 980 Ti.

After that, the Titan X would pretty much a card for 3D-rendering where nVidia simply states that "if you want most of the VRAM, no DP or ECC, then at least pay this much".
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Is it REALLY 6GB or is any of it assigned to VRAM allocation? rolleyes.gif

Sorry, if this is cut down from Titan X like 970 cut down from 980. Don't trust it until reviews come out and its tested. I'm going to be forever leary after purchasing two 970's and anything cut down again.
     
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The 980 Ti or whatever it will be can still be faster than the Titan X, they could just use the full chip (again), cut the VRAM down to 6GB and let the board partners introduce some actually sufficient cooling solutions for the card, with higher power target.

Surely they need to sell the less complete chips, somehow, too, but that card doesn't have to be the 980 Ti.

After that, the Titan X would pretty much a card for 3D-rendering where nVidia simply states that "if you want most of the VRAM, no DP or ECC, then at least pay this much".

in the end it's still the same chip with any and all variance coming as a result of core clocks. and the Titan X already has "no" Dp. SP is great though. I think they'll use a chip with 2560 cores. I'm sure of it. you're right though, it doesn't have to be the 980ti.
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Is it REALLY 6GB or is any of it assigned to VRAM allocation? rolleyes.gif

Sorry, if this is cut down from Titan X like 970 cut down from 980. Don't trust it until reviews come out and its tested. I'm going to be forever leary after purchasing two 970's and anything cut down again.

ikr. tongue.gif

i wonder what happened to those posters that have the uncanny ability to figure out cores/rop/bandwidth/controllers/vramGbs configurations.
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After summer. Such a long wait.
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post #169 of 255
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If this is last hi-end card before Pascal then what's going to happen to gm200 chips that aren't fully functional ?

I'd expect at least one more variant for that reason alone.


Anyway we need those cards asap to drive those lovely 144Hz 1440p screens that are getting released now.

Bingo, this is what I've been saying, that there's just no way nVidia would sit on a pile of imperfect GM200 chips and not do anything with them. Does not make any business sense whatsoever.
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I'm actually kind of doubtful that Maxwell has any bad chips like Kepler did. The process should be mature enough to avoid it. Of course, I could be wrong.

That would mean Nvidia would have to cut the chips on purpose to disable cores.

I just don't see them releasing the full chip as a 980 Ti. I'm guessing two clusters will be disabled which will give us a 780 to Titan like performance gap.
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