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And, why is that? It costs nothing to make, like charging a thousand dollars for water/air...both which has more to do with our survival than compressed mineral/glass...
So you think clean water/air aren't priceless? Get ready for the 22nd century.
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If it's a 2x980Ti in a full metal body, like my GTX 690, I'd consider it.
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Meh, waiting for Pascal...

Smart man.

Buying a dual GPU card based on technology that is soon to be phased out as the "high end" just so you can be a part of the "Fastest Single Card" crowd is silly IMO.

Let's be honest here, this card will most likely over clock WORSE than 2 single cards will, and unless something major happens, the price break really won't be all that much less (if at all) than just getting 2 single cards and putting them in your rig.

All cards like the GTX 690, or the R9 295X2, or any number of cards that came before them, is to play "crown snatch" from the other company. I stopped bothering with these type cards when I was running QuadFire with a pair of ATI 4870X2's.

But hey, what ever floats their boat.
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If it's a 2x980Ti in a full metal body, like my GTX 690, I'd consider it.

Like I said on the other thread, odds are it will be GM204 and be a dual GTX 980 ... most likely using 2 of the new 980 chips from their just launched laptop 980 line. That would make the most sense and take the least amount of power and be the most current.

No way this is a Titan X, and I seriously doubt even a 980Ti. nVidia has never bothered doing the Ti's on a dual card, I don't see why they'd start now.
post #55 of 77
Maybe for professional use scenarios this could be worth it, but I don't know if a dual gpu card would even work there. Probably at the price point you may as well look at actual professional cards.
post #56 of 77
Lets just call it Titan P wink.gif
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post #57 of 77
I'm expecting a $3k price tag. Or maybe Nvidia will top themselves again and move it up to $5k.
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I'm expecting a $3k price tag. Or maybe Nvidia will top themselves again and move it up to $5k.

They should just make one of them and sell it for like $40K as a collector's item. Attempt to figure out the maximum price they can charge to sell a single unit of something. Would be hilarious.
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post #59 of 77
Hahaha you'll probably need to take out a loan to afford it, or sell your car.

OR if it's $2500 I might be able to get within $500 by selling my only computer. thumb.gif

I REALLY hope this isn't dual Titan X but actually dual 980 TI. The performance difference would really not be much but the price might be literally $1000 less. Lets hope Nvidia learned their lesson last time with Titan Z.

If you price it for $3000 only people with $3000 to "throw away" are going to be able to afford it, not that most will even be interested.
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Smart man.

Buying a dual GPU card based on technology that is soon to be phased out as the "high end" just so you can be a part of the "Fastest Single Card" crowd is silly IMO.

Let's be honest here, this card will most likely over clock WORSE than 2 single cards will, and unless something major happens, the price break really won't be all that much less (if at all) than just getting 2 single cards and putting them in your rig.

All cards like the GTX 690, or the R9 295X2, or any number of cards that came before them, is to play "crown snatch" from the other company. I stopped bothering with these type cards when I was running QuadFire with a pair of ATI 4870X2's.

But hey, what ever floats their boat.

Agree. This card should have came out 6 months ago. Now it is a pointless release.
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