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To get full 6GB it would require the full 24 SMM's due to the memory configuration of Maxwell arch. Either Nvidia had to completely reorganize the die for this 1 chip (doubtful) or it will have a penalty when accessing the last little portion of memory in the same was that the 970 does. Or the card will launch with a little under 6GB of vram.

It doesn't need the full complement of SMMs, it just needs all the ROPs and L2. The 970 problems are caused by the disabled ROPs not the SMMs - before Maxwell you couldn't disable one without the other but now they can.
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No cards can run 4k smoothly anyways. Just give us a 1080p card with tons of headroom for future titles.
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It doesn't need the full complement of SMMs, it just needs all the ROPs and L2. The 970 problems are caused by the disabled ROPs not the SMMs - before Maxwell you couldn't disable one without the other but now they can.

Thanks for clarifying that. I was wondering if Nvidia was going to release a 5GB fast ram with 1GB slow ram like the 970.
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I really didn't care if it was a full chip or not, I have a great card anyways.
    
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This will be like 780 Classified vs Titan OG (without voltage control). And 780 Classified beats out voltage locked Titans and can beat some reference 780 Tis and Titan Blacks when OCed properly. Unless the Titan X becomes lucky like the Titan OG and have extra voltage headroom, I don't see the Titan X beat high-end 980 Ti's.
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This will be like 780 Classified vs Titan OG (without voltage control). And 780 Classified beats out voltage locked Titans and can beat some reference 780 Tis and Titan Blacks when OCed properly. Unless the Titan X becomes lucky like the Titan OG, I don't see the Titan X beat high-end 980 Ti's.

Titan X can still do upwards of 1.27v with just editing the bios. No where near the 1.35v+ the Titan of old could do, but still up there for a card that's locked down due to reference constraints. The 980ti is going to need some juice and silicon to beat ~1.5 GHz Titan X's paired with 7.9-8 GHz memory speeds. Will be interesting to see what the future holds.
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390X will be the fastest GPU till Pascall depending on OC ability. This also means there is actually a point to blowing double the money on a Titan X besides vram cap and that is that is actually the only fully unlocked chip in the lineup. With a nice kingpin layout or MSI storm layout these chips can do nicely I think 1.5-1.8GHz range isn't unreasonable thing to ask, right?
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Just give us a 1080p card with tons of headroom for future titles.

Isn't that the Titan X (and maybe 980ti)?
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To get full 6GB it would require the full 24 SMM's due to the memory configuration of Maxwell arch.

Why ?

Laptop GPU like GTX 980M has 1536 cores (12 SMM), but has full 64 rops
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