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post #161 of 3587
I'm not falling for this crap again! Cooler sucks and $1200? HAHAHAHAHA! I'm not supporting this crap buy paying $200 more than the last couple of Titan's. 1080 will hold me over until Vega or the 1080 Ti. I always get burned when the custom Ti's come out with custom PCB's and coolers that look oh so cool.
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post #162 of 3587
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puling out the pascal titan so early ....... i think that nvidia knows something about AMD and the upcoming Vega arch .
Ps: 1200$ and the legendary pascal aviability i think that nvidia will sell 4 or 5 of them biggrin.gif

August 2nd, they go up on Newegg as "Sold Out," and Nvidia claims the Titan XP to be the fastest selling card of all time.
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People can and should spend their money how they wish.. but the entitlement level of people in some of these threads can be pretty astounding. We're all enthusiasts of our own ilk here. You'd be the only one ending up looking stupid for spending extra money on something when you really didn't need to. No one is impressed by how much money you make. Plenty of us are engineers, doctors, and are pretty well off - you're not special for buying a 1200 dollar GPU.

Sometimes, it's more fun to see how much performance you can squeeze out of a system with barely any money put into it. It's optimization. Doesn't anyone remember the 9700 PRO powerstrip days, when you got performance for years out of that thing?

It will probably be a good GPU, but it would be wise to wait and see what happens with prices.

In other words, cheap GTX 1080's for everyone, and maybe a Fury successor announcement? ~1200USD seems steep considering no interposer challenges with HBM2.
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That bad madafaka should be named Titan XXL
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Welp, looks like I'm waiting for the 1180 Ti. Pascal has been a let down so far.

Could you perhaps explain how the fastest single card on the market (1080) is a let down? Assuming you're not referring to the price alone of course.
post #166 of 3587
Wow big die GPUs already? I'm a little surprised, I never expected to see a big die GPU available to purchase by August 2nd.

The performance of this GPU is going to be really good, but they could have at-least changed the name, people are going to get confused between the original Titan X and the Pascal Titan X.

How exactly are there going to be YouTube videos of this card? "Overwatch - Titan X (2016)?" "Grand Theft Auto V - Titan X (2016)?"
post #167 of 3587
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And now the 100 pages of "what's the value of the card" back and forth begins.

Well the truth is a valid discussion. There comes a point where the price hikes are just getting ridiculous. 1k already was absolutely ridiculous for the OG Titan, especially when you look at where it stands now. Now they raise the price even further? This is not even a full gpu, there is nothing special about it at all, no breakthrough tech, no nothing to warrant such a price hike.
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A lot of people on OCN were saying Pascal will be using HBM2 - now almost the whole Pascal line is out and not HBM or HBM2....
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This whole graphics generation has been disappointing for me so far. The only thing I am looking forward to is to see custom 480s and 1060s duke it out but other than that its been pretty bad. NVIDIA is still hiking prices through MSRP and through the whole Founders Edition tactic. AMD again remains absent on the high end. ATM im just glad that I grabbed the 380x so I'm not finding myself needing to participate in this messed up graphics card market.
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August 2nd, they go up on Newegg as "Sold Out," and Nvidia claims the Titan XP to be the fastest selling card of all time.

It is NVIDIA store exclusive.
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