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soo this is non gaming Titan ? lol

> 1080
> GP100 Tesla
> non-gaming Titan XP
> gaming small Titan
> gaming big Titan
> 1080Ti
> Volta

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post #1542 of 3587
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

soo this is non gaming Titan ? lol

> 1080
> GP100 Tesla
> non-gaming Titan XP
> gaming small Titan
> gaming big Titan
> 1080Ti
> Volta

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The first Titan wasn't advertised as a gaming GPU either, only the second Titan was after the demand for the first far exceeded what NVIDIA was expecting for a $1000 GPU. Now that they increased the price to $1200, it seems they don't want to call it a "gaming GPU" until they know there's demand for a $1200 gaming card. They don't think there will be, which is probably why they are only selling directly and not to gaming brand vendors yet. If there is demand, you can bet they will ship these exact cards out to gaming vendors.

There's literally no difference between a "gaming" titan and "non-gaming" titan other than marketing and labels.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/25/16 at 10:57am
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The first Titan wasn't advertised as a gaming GPU either, only the second Titan was after the demand for the first far exceeded what NVIDIA was expecting for a $1000 GPU. Now that they increased the price to $1200, it seems they don't want to call it a "gaming GPU" until they know there's demand for a $1200 gaming card. They don't think there will be, which is why they are only selling directly and not to gaming brand vendors.

There's literally no difference between a "gaming" titan and "non-gaming" titan other than marketing and labels.

I will be looking at the overclocking results before making a decision, the lack of FP64 is a bit disappointing but half expected.
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http://www.bitsandchips.it/9-hardware/7284-nvidia-quadro-p600o-full-gp102-3840cc-e-24gb-di-gddr5x

Quadro P6000

3840 Cuda cores
24GB GDDR5X


So that is where full GP102 core went.
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He shouldn't really need two for 4K, that's my point. If he wants the latest and greatest, selling his 2 maxwell titans and getting 1 pascal titan would likely still achieve 60fps at 4K in titles regardless of how well they scale with SLI - while his current setup won't achieve 60fps in titles that don't scale with SLI.

If the card is indeed 60% faster, it will be trading blows with 2x maxwell Titan X based on how well the game is optimized for SLI. Yet, the single pascal setup will put off significantly less heat, noise, and power draw and gives the option to add a 2nd pascal Titan X down the road if needed.

Plus, I'll take my 4K OLED over GSYNC any day of the week. tongue.gif

OLED monitor? What sorcery is this? I thought the only one that existed was that Dell monitor that only connected via thunderbolt
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OLED monitor? What sorcery is this? I thought the only one that existed was that Dell monitor that only connected via thunderbolt

You can use 4k TVs as monitors, most have a PC mode which basically turns them into a monitor. There's about 4 people on these forums running LG OLED TVs as their primary display, but they cost about 4-6 grand depending on which model you get.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/25/16 at 11:10am
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You can use 4k TVs as monitors.

oh frown.gif I thought there was a legit 4k OLED monitor I missed.

I know it's a bit off topic but how is the response time on them?
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oh frown.gif I thought there was a legit 4k OLED monitor I missed.

I know it's a bit off topic but how is the response time on them?

The newest 2016 E6 lineup is 32ms for input lag, which is on par with high quality IPS monitors that many people game on. Last years models were about 55ms, so it's likely only going to improve more. The pixel refresh time is .1ms though, far faster than IPS.

I have zero problems with input lag on mine, it feels exactly the same as the 34UM95 ultrawide it replaced.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/25/16 at 11:13am
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

I dont know why most people have not mention the main reason to own a Titan : e-peen

I think that's kind of an implicit assumption. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

yeah but usually a few posts is enough

not a few hundred long continuous tantrum like i7monkey biggrin.gif

i7monkey is special. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

The first Titan wasn't advertised as a gaming GPU either, only the second Titan was after the demand for the first far exceeded what NVIDIA was expecting for a $1000 GPU. Now that they increased the price to $1200, it seems they don't want to call it a "gaming GPU" until they know there's demand for a $1200 gaming card. They don't think there will be, which is probably why they are only selling directly and not to gaming brand vendors yet. If there is demand, you can bet they will ship these exact cards out to gaming vendors.

There's literally no difference between a "gaming" titan and "non-gaming" titan other than marketing and labels.

Titan has support for INT8 compute, which based on my very cursory glance is a low-precision code used in deep learning. So just like the OG Titan was great for those who wanted FP64 on the cheap, this will probably be a dream to those who want INT8 on the cheap, assuming anything with comparable INT8 crunching power costs a few fold more of course.
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Finally, NVIDIA has clarified the branding a bit. Despite GeForce.com labeling it "the world’s ultimate graphics card," NVIDIA this morning has stated that the primary market is FP32 and INT8 compute, not gaming. Though gaming is certainly possible - and I fully expect they'll be happy to sell you $1200 gaming cards - the tables have essentially been flipped from the past Titan cards, where they were treated as gaming first and compute second. This of course opens the door to a proper GeForce branded GP102 card later on, possibly with neutered INT8 support to enforce the market segmentation.
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This card should be able to achieve 60fps 4K gaming and that's all that really matters to me. If it get's dethroned a few months later, I should still be getting 60FPS hopefully so it won't matter much to me.

I do think if NVIDIA releases a $1200 card, and dethrones it within 6 months, then they really don't give a crap about their customer base though.

If you honestly need all the gpu power that the Titan XP provides, then I say go for one since it won't matter if a better Titan comes along soon after anyway. But if one is buying solely for the epeen... well the upgrade game never ends.

Regarding Nvidia giving a crap, they haven't for a long time. They aren't "giving" us anything that they can't profit from. That's why i find it so ironic when people argue for Nvidia regarding their overpricing. They are essentially arguing against their own wallet.
Edited by criminal - 7/25/16 at 11:15am
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