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The 3072 vs 2816. This screams GTX Titan vs GTX 780 all over again. And unlike the Titan series the 980Ti will have custom boards allowing for users to OC to their hearts content.
The gap isn't even as big as the 780 vs the Titan (I know what you mean and agree though, just doing some more detailed comparisons).

2688/2304 = 1.167x more shaders in the Titan

vs

3072/2816 = 1.091x more shaders in the Titan X.

So long as they don't mess with the ROPs and memory, the 980Ti vs the Titan X is more like the Titan vs the Titan Black/780Ti in performance and even closer with the custom models versus reference only. Very close.
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Man, this is going to cost an arm and a leg in australia... 980's are still 700+. (929 for a classy)

I think I'll wait and see what amd does before buying anything, I need them cheaper prices!
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The gap isn't even as big as the 780 vs the Titan (I know what you mean and agree though, just doing some more detailed comparisons).

2688/2304 = 1.167x more shaders in the Titan

vs

3072/2816 = 1.091x more shaders in the Titan X.

So long as they don't mess with the ROPs and memory, the 980Ti vs the Titan X is more like the Titan vs the Titan Black/780Ti in performance and even closer with the custom models versus reference only. Very close.

Yup. But remember during launch the GTX 780 was matching Titans.

The 980Ti will be the better value card for people who won't need all the 12GB of VRAM, and I'm gonna bet a lot of people really aren't playing past above the single 1440p monitor mark.
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For what it's worth, nVidia should stop making Titans.

Current Titan X should be the 980

Current 980 should have been the 970

Current 970 should have been the 960
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Well I'm passing until Pasqal, HBM2 and hang onto my 780Ti. I've no problem to dumb down game settings to compensate until then.

I'm most likely going to let the monitor race decide which is my next GPU. Waiting on BenQ to come out first with either a 1440p 144Hz IPS Gsync or a good Freesync display.
     
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Well I'm passing until Pasqal, HBM2 and hang onto my 780Ti. I've no problem to dumb down game settings to compensate until then.

I'm most likely going to let the monitor race decide which is my next GPU. Waiting on BenQ to come out first with either a 1440p 144Hz IPS Gsync or a good Freesync display.
You ever see check out theAcer 1440p 144hz?
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Originally Posted by Serandur View Post

The gap isn't even as big as the 780 vs the Titan (I know what you mean and agree though, just doing some more detailed comparisons).

2688/2304 = 1.167x more shaders in the Titan

vs

3072/2816 = 1.091x more shaders in the Titan X.

So long as they don't mess with the ROPs and memory, the 980Ti vs the Titan X is more like the Titan vs the Titan Black/780Ti in performance and even closer with the custom models versus reference only. Very close.

It said it would be faster. I can't really comment with cross comparing architecture as it doesn't really make much sense to do so. I highly doubt NVIDIA would resort to the bidirectional cache idea on this card, it would be commercial suicide. I'm sure they would love to though as there's probably quite a few that wouldn't have made the grade
Edited by Silent Scone - 5/23/15 at 2:08am
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It said it would be faster. I can't really comment with cross comparing architecture as it doesn't really make much sense to do so

I didn't cross compare any architectures; was only comparing the 780 vs the Titan scenario with the supposed 980Ti vs the Titan X scenario. The shader gap between the 780/Titan being about 17% and the gap between this 980Ti and the Titan X being about 9%. That puts the difference into the same category as the 290 vs the 290X (10%) and the Titan vs the Titan Black (7%) and we all know how close those are in benchmarks. Custom 980Ti models may very well be faster; assuming even perfect scaling with shaders, the Titan X would at best be 9% faster than this 980Ti clock per clock.

Edit: About the cache, I'm leaning towards being surprised if they don't introduce a further cut-down GM200 SKU. This one looks nearly full, which I think is surprising. What's to stop them from releasing a 2560 shader part with a whole SMM and memory controller disabled (5 GB, 320-bit bus like the 570) and calling it a 980 Ultra or something weird like that?
Edited by Serandur - 5/23/15 at 2:24am
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Dag nab it! I wanted to pick up cheaper Titan Xs!

Although that must have a breath of relief to some Titan X owners who were a little bit worried about this before.

Because your twin 780 Ti's can't possibly play any games out there right now... oh noes... rolleyes.gif

Would be more understandable if you were in dire need of an upgrade... tongue.gif
     
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You ever see check out theAcer 1440p 144hz?

Toy looking stand, glossy black bezel, and horrible QC issues. Not my cup of tea in a display when paying $800. Waiting on someone else's version of Gsync.

Not to get off topic, just not interested with a cut down card and when the monitors playing field are still up for desision.
     
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