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Originally Posted by SuperZan View Post

In Soviet Russia, Titan buys you? coolsmiley03.png

It does seem that way sometimes.. 

If Titans = oligarchs then absolutely. laughingsmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by Slomo4shO View Post

And here I thought the plethora of college undergraduates willing to spend 1200 on a GPU was the perfect textbook example of narcissistic display of the excesses biggrin.gif

I doubt college undergraduates would have that much disposable income, so they're probably leeching off of their parents. Same effect either way lol.

Actually if you really wanted to drive the point home, you should've said graduate students. They're even more broke than undergrads.
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you should've said graduate students. They're even more broke than undergrads.

There are quite a few of them on these boards. I am sure it would have offended someone and the post would be deleted.

It appears that I have been offending a lot of people lately as my posts keep getting deleted by mods biggrin.gif
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And undergrads wouldn't be offended by what you said? rolleyes.giftongue.gif

But seriously, as a once completely broke grad student who went through the days of living on instant noddles and seminar food (albeit only for a short period of time, but still), I can attest that grad students are very much broke, unless you're one of the lucky few who manage to snag a snazzy fellowship. And I was in a relatively well funded field/department. Those in the faculty of arts had it even worse.
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

Which is not inclusing other system parts. Would be easy if you only had to upgrade GPU. Another thing is USD price. I have to save $100 CAD a month lol to pay for $1700 + 200 TAX Titan XP. On top of that I would want to WC it. It just does not make any logical sense.
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equivalent high level gpus used to cost $329. therefore, the customer is losing out.

"stick to your lane"

sorry, GX104's used to cost $229, now they're $700.

prices in all lanes have skyrocketed.

what's your solution? stay quiet and quit gaming? never post on this board? never criticize this monopolistic industry?

You sound like one of those old timers yammering about how coke used to cost a nickle lol

My solution is you can game just fine on a 980gtx....you dont NEED a Titan XP unless you have a very demanding & expensive gaming display to run it on and if you do have an expensive display then you can afford to pay the premium for the TItan XP.
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Another question, we know that titan xp will have 3584 core unit. I know gp100 have 56 sm working of 60 otherwise it would habe been 3840.

But how many core unit can they put with a full die pascal or volta if it still 16nm WITHOUT DP. Im curious about that, only SP UNIT. Is 3840 really the max ? Could it be 4096, 4500, 5000+ ??? Thanks for your opinions guys , you are always kind with me and so much expert, i want to learn from the best people wink.gif

GP100 has 60 SM, each containing 64 FP32 cores and 32 FP64 cores. So if they were to convert them all to FP32 cores you would be looking at 5760 total. How feasible that is from a production standpoint is a different issue, but it would be an impressive GPU.
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That's besides the point. You're arguing that people shouldn't discuss the price of a product.. which taken alone is such an asinine train of thought it really doesn't warrant discussion. But, acquiescence to price escalation without further discussion of the merits of the product does bear a few more words. That line of thought is what is wrong with the GPU market. People that will pay anything for the biggest numbers regardless of their relevance to content or in comparison to preceding products have arsed up the relationship that should exist between producer and consumer. Enough consumers allying and, in a sense, colluding with the producer undermines the bargaining power of other consumers.

And let's all stop playing the Yolo Swaggins game. I, and many others here, could build a pillow-fort made of Titans if I wanted to, but that would be both pointless and an expression of acceptance towards the price of the Titan series.
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I feel like this just gets back to my point about not able to vs not wanting to, and thus we've gone full circle lol.

So we if add the numbers up, that's $2500+$800+$1000+$1200 = $5500, which could get you a used car just to put that in perspective.

And $5500 would come out to $458.33 per month, which I'd wager probably half the US population couldn't muster that kind of budget per month at least on a consistent basis lol.

Oh spare me. Half the working US population spends four times that amount a month on alcohol and dining out....not to mention their Brodozer lease payment is triple that cost.
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Sheeple pay a premium for inferior performance because of branding? You don't say...
When did I say that all monopolies are bad? The CPU and GPU monopolies clearly eat away at consumer surplus and are economically inefficient when compared to free market competition.
Isn't that what I said earlier?

I hold patents, copyrights and trademarks which all grant me monopolies. However, if I don't produce a quality product with them, those monopolies are useless as the consumer has the choice NOT to support me.
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16nm with no DP cores would handle 5000+

So can we dream for a volta titan xv at 16nm or better with 5000+ SP ? Is it really possible to dream about that in volta gen ? i Dont think its possible for pascal so soon. This card should be able to drive a 4k monitor at 144hz very well, i suppose wink.gif
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GP100 has 60 SM, each containing 64 FP32 cores and 32 FP64 cores. So if they were to convert them all to FP32 cores you would be looking at 5760 total. How feasible that is from a production standpoint is a different issue, but it would be an impressive GPU.

I don't know if SP and DP units take up the same die area, but if yes, such a theoretical 5760 SP core GPU would still be a 610mm² behemoth, and would be prohibitively expensive to produce. And for the first time ever, nVidia might actually be justified in charging $1500+ for such a GPU if it existed.
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Oh spare me. Half the working US population spends four times that amount a month on alcohol and dining out....not to mention their Brodozer lease payment is triple that cost.

Well, half of America has more debt than savings, which means they're living beyond their means. Which in turns means they either don't care for budgeting or simply can't.
Edited by magnek - 7/23/16 at 10:05pm
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

GP100 has 60 SM, each containing 64 FP32 cores and 32 FP64 cores. So if they were to convert them all to FP32 cores you would be looking at 5760 total. How feasible that is from a production standpoint is a different issue, but it would be an impressive GPU.

Im ready to buy it now, even on my credit card wink.gif lol
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Oh spare me. Half the working US population spends four times that amount a month on alcohol and dining out....not to mention their Brodozer lease payment is triple that cost.
I hold patents, copyrights and trademarks which all grant me monopolies.

Wow, that says a lot about your perspective.

Nv can price it how they want, I'll continue to vote with my wallet. Yes NV creates great performance parts, no they don't make and sell them at a great value as often anymore.

It's pretty much that simple, seems to be a lot of yammering about how each perspective is different. Remember it's all about what someone is willing to pay and how much it's valued to them. Really doesn't have to be 100% just about the market. Nv knows it's numbers, they know their demographic and it's obvious by this thread there are still many more that feel NV has great value products. I just don't happen to be one of them, but I don't mind one bit the one's that do see the value and need at NV's prices.

Once again with this launch NV has increased the price on each segment, the proof is in the numbers, the cold hard $$ amounts. And look how over priced they all are even above MSRP. And yes, AMD is no better in that regard. The two companies have kept the consumer so starved many will pay handsomely above MSRP just to get their hands on a current gpu.
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