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The Titan X successor will be incredibly fast (I would say 1.5-1.8x the Titan X) and so will the GDDR5X-powered GTX 980 successor (again, most likely 1.5x the GTX 980)



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Looks like the TITAN is their top priority, and getting to the market asap to beat out AMD before the summer. Interesting move. Kinda feels like a desperate rush just to be first, kinda.
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Looks like the TITAN is their top priority, and getting to the market asap to beat out AMD before the summer. Interesting move. Kinda feels like a desperate rush just to be first, kinda.

I agree. It's going to play out just like the last launch.

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The name for the new titan will be interesting. I dont see them using 'X2' as sounds too familiar with amd's card. The author speculating its performance of 1.5-1.8x to the Titan X. If the performance is there, april will be a very profitable month for nvidia. Does anyone know why nvidia uses stock cooling for their halo cards? You'd imagine they would use better cooling to squeeze out every ounce of performance.
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Looks like the TITAN is their top priority, and getting to the market asap to beat out AMD before the summer. Interesting move. Kinda feels like a desperate rush just to be first, kinda.

I think this is a good sign. If they are rushing the titan out the door instead of playing the Maxwell milking game (small die > titan > large die), there is a good chance it is because AMD is going for broke and jumping straight to large-die with Greenland. Regardless of which side you prefer, it means the "big" chips will be getting here faster.
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The name for the new titan will be interesting. I dont see them using 'X2' as sounds too familiar with amd's card. The author speculating its performance of 1.5-1.8x to the Titan X. If the performance is there, april will be a very profitable month for nvidia. Does anyone know why nvidia uses stock cooling for their halo cards? You'd imagine they would use better cooling to squeeze out every ounce of performance.

I am wondering about the name too.

I hope they return to X80 naming for the most powerful GPU, but since so many people bought 1000$ GPUs just because it was named Titan I don't see Nvidia dropping that sweet sweet extra money from people who are ready to pay twice what a high end GPU should cost (I know it is all subjective, you can do what you want guys).

As for nomenclature there is basically nothing "bigger" than a Titan.

I'd say they should go with "Titan Emerald" or Titan E for short.
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At minimum, this shows that the 16nm process Nvidia is using isn't having any yield issues since they are making enough of the big die Pascal chips to satisfy enterprise demands and make Titans out of the leftovers.
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That is actually a repost, from my earlier thread, LOOK at the time. This is a completely different thread with a different source.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1588621/tt-nvidia-should-launch-its-next-gen-pascal-gpus-with-hbm2-in-2h-2016/80#post_24830259
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That is actually a repost, from my earlier thread, LOOK at the time. This is a completely different thread with a different source.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1588621/tt-nvidia-should-launch-its-next-gen-pascal-gpus-with-hbm2-in-2h-2016/80#post_24830259

Gotcha, just figured even though the source changed it is all the same information thats in the other thread and even though its a repost of what you put.. it is still the same info.. /shrugs
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