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post #11 of 43
This thing is a beast. Too bad the price is going to be around $5K at least. Might get some good deals on used ones in 5 years or so.
post #12 of 43
Does it have wireless display? tongue.gif
250W passive cooler? Sure, more like a 50W though.
At expected $5k I think most of us will pass anyway.
post #13 of 43
With proper airflow, passive cooler is all you need. I still wish someone would make a proper waterblock for it though. biggrin.gif
post #14 of 43
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Does it have wireless display? tongue.gif
250W passive cooler? Sure, more like a 50W though.
At expected $5k I think most of us will pass anyway.
It's not intended to be used passively, it's intended to be used with the fans present in high density servers. I guarantee there's a spec sheet that lists the minimum air velocity through it
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It's not intended to be used passively, it's intended to be used with the fans present in high density servers. I guarantee there's a spec sheet that lists the minimum air velocity through it

Exactly, it wont be passive sitting behind 4 giant ass San Ace fans lol.

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Exactly, it wont be passive sitting behind 4 giant ass San Ace fans lol.

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look at that 70watt fan, i recommend not touching it when its running.
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Finally, buried in the PCIe Tesla P100 announcement, NVIDIA has also reconfirmed that the Piz Daint supercomputer upgrade project is on schedule for later this year. The Swiss National Supercomputing Center will be doing a drop-in upgrade, replacing the supercomputer’s 4,500 Tesla K20X cards with Tesla P100 PCIe cards. This will be, to our knowledge, the first Pascal P100 based supercomputer to come online once the upgrade is completed. 

 

Should I surmise that it will be a cold day in hell before a new Titan is released? I know that PizDaint supercomputer is not the only replacement project ongoing. Not sure what yields will look like but at this point it's not looking promising. My question: is the Titan brand dead? guiltysmiley.gif I have nothing to go on, but maybe that's the rub. NV doesn't comment at all on future consumer GPU's. Is there anything to go on, as we have nothing forward looking to go on but smoke.

 

The NVlink for consumer cards idea apparently is crushed, as well as 3 & 4 SLI. Wake me 2nd Qtr 2017 :o. Maybe I'll finally bite and just mindlessly play Overwatch for the next 9 months.

post #18 of 43
Isn't the supposed Pascal-based Titan going to be based on GP102 chip, not GP100? GP102 will have FP64 cut down to 1/32 ratio.

Kepler-based Titan and Titan Black were the last ones to have decent DP ratio, and are still uncontested (more or less) in this aspect.
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Isn't the supposed Pascal-based Titan going to be based on GP102 chip, not GP100? GP102 will have FP64 cut down to 1/32 ratio.

Kepler-based Titan and Titan Black were the last ones to have decent DP ratio, and are still uncontested (more or less) in this aspect.

 

You are correct. Of course 1080's are just barely in the market, and I get that. I guess many of use will be awaiting the two year cycle I suppose for the next upgrade.

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Guess what: no display adapter ports.

What a surprise !
All the Tesla boards don't have display ports but each GPU provide gaming capabilities, serie 8, serie 200, Fermi, Kepler, Maxwell and ... Pascal.
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