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post #1001 of 3587
Well that was an entertaining, if not entirely predictable, 100 pages....

I would have no problem with the $1200 price if the PC gaming industry wasn't such a joke. $1200 to play a bunch of console ports @ 4k60... sigh, gamers... axesmiley.png
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post #1002 of 3587
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Originally Posted by Glottis View Post

you need stop with delusions that 1080Ti will have better specs than Titan X Pascal. it was a one time thing and it's not happening again.

If it happened once, it can happen again. You you have no idea as much as I don't. We will wait and see.

Besides, NVIDIA can do ANYTHING. They own market now.

And what ever BS they do, whatever hight price will call- there will be always those who can't resist hype. Sadly- but true.
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post #1003 of 3587
Just found this out, maybe it should be added to the OP:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10510/nvidia-announces-nvidia-titan-x-video-card-1200-available-august-2nd

"Meanwhile for distribution, making a departure from previous generations, the card is only being sold directly by NVIDIA through their website. The company’s board partners will not be distributing it, though system builders will still be able to include it."

This time around EVGA, ASUS, and others won't be selling it at all.
Edited by Celcius - 7/23/16 at 12:35pm
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post #1004 of 3587
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For the same price of 1200$ you can get 2x 1080, giving you 50% more performance over 1 Titan Xp. ^^

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SLI is not working in VR, so for those of us with Vives or Rifts it's useless.

Unfortunately, Nvidia knows this, and I'm convinced it's something that's being overlooked in this thread as a means for them driving the price up on the Titan like they are.

At this moment, the Titan X is really the only choice for VR users who want to downsample their games to get a clearer picture. It's the only card out that will have enough muscle for it. My 1080 is getting killed in VR at the moment, because to minimize the blur or fog in VR games, especially for distance objects, you really need to be pushing 4500x or more at all times.
Edited by Viveacious - 7/23/16 at 12:49pm
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Originally Posted by Juub View Post

Cut down.
Nope.

It is not a cut down. It is a different GPU from the GP100.
The GP100 has 3584 cores, the same as the GP102. So you can basically say it is the full pascal, if GP100 is the full one as well.

The difference is that the GP100 cores are set in TPC groups, which is meant for texture/processing, while the GP102 are set for ROP groups.
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post #1006 of 3587
Boy I hope AMD smashes back before the end of the year, I just dont know if i can stomach the price tag on Nvidia cards, but AMD has not given me an upgrade path at all.

If AMD doesnt step up to the plate by xmas I will probably re-evaluate my need for IQ, sell my 4k TV, go back to 1080p gaming, and keep my 980s. Heck, I cant tell the difference with my glasses off anyway.

Dang it NVidia..your cards are great but your price sucks!

Dang it AMD..your prices are great, but your cards are NOT enthusiast grade.

I am not a fanboi, I hate both sides equally right now.
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Seriously? rolleyes.gif



You don't seem to have a very good grasp on economics so refrain from explaining to others thumb.gif



mypickaxe is right, though: monopolies drive higher prices. That's exactly what your chart shows, haha. What exactly are you disagreeing with?

Why don't you share the next slide...which is a lot easier to understand than that graph which most students passing Econ 101 won't be able to explain well enough to anybody.

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SLI is not working in VR, so for those of us with VIves or Rifts it's useless.

Unfortunately, Nvidia knows this, and I'm convinced it's something that's being overlooked in this thread as a means for them driving the price up on the Titan like they are.

At this moment, the Titan X is really the only choice for VR users who want to downsample their games to get a clearer picture. It's the only card out that will have enough muscle for it. My 1080 is getting killed in VR at the moment.

SLI (and crossfire for that matter), requires specific coding. VR-SLI has been out since almost day one since the API came out, as well as the Liquid VR API, requires that game engines develop in a specific way in order to allow SLI or CFX for VR, because that the copy of frames from one GPU to the other adds latency, which causes a lot of issues with current VR headsets.

This is not something that nvidia can magically fix. Game engine developers actually have to fix it by themselves. The API is already out, but most just don't use it. So for that reason, SLI is disabled using VR, and if I'm not mistaken so with AMD (you can force it, but it can cause latency issues).
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SLI (and crossfire for that matter), requires specific coding. VR-SLI has been out since almost day one since the API came out, as well as the Liquid VR API, requires that game engines develop in a specific way in order to allow SLI or CFX for VR, because that the copy of frames from one GPU to the other adds latency, which causes a lot of issues with current VR headsets.

This is not something that nvidia can magically fix. Game engine developers actually have to fix it by themselves. The API is already out, but most just don't use it. So for that reason, SLI is disabled using VR, and if I'm not mistaken so with AMD (you can force it, but it can cause latency issues).

Yes, I understand all that. My point wasn't to denigrate Nvidia for the SLI issue; I really couldn't care less why it isn't working. The only concern I have is that it's not and is not an option for me or other VR users right now.

And my conclusion is -- since Nvidia knows it's not working, then the demand follows for the strongest single GPU available to VR users ==> thus the price hike.

I also realize that more outside of just VR users will fall into that category of wanting the 'single strongest GPU available', but it's absolutely critical to the VR market right now since all hardware is severely underpowered for VR's graphical requirements.

I can't see the majority of game developers implementing SLI in the future, either, since the minority will own 2 or more GPUs. Its outlook looks bleak to me at the moment.
Edited by Viveacious - 7/23/16 at 1:02pm
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Beastly card @ a beastly price. I think people who don't want to spend $1200 on a card right now should just wait a couple months, most likely nvidia would release the 1080Ti @ a price range of $799.99 to $899.99 and should perform very close to the new titan x.
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