Originally Posted by guttheslayer
The gm200 was also used for quadro and other professional segment. With the existence of gp100 there might never be a need and nvidia can safely allow aib to push their card as fast as possible. Same thing with the need for huge memory capacity.
Anyway titan x remain the only full blown gpu that never got the chance to be made by the custom aib
I think you're confused man...
All Titan series (GTX Titan, GTX Titan Black, GTX Titan Z, GTX Titan X) where not to be modified by their board partners. And while the GTX Titan, Black and Z all had the ability to compute (FP64 1/3 FP32) that was stripped down in the GTX Titan X (FP64 1/32 FP32). Making it instead of a pro-sumer card into a pure gaming card.
What we can expect for nVidia to do is steal AMD's thunder when they announce Vega with their own Pascal GTX Titan class card and we'll have a trickle down effect of either getting a GTX 1180 or a GTX 1080 Ti.