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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

Btw don't know if anybody noticed, but Quadro P6000 was just announced, and surprise surprise, it's the full GP102 chip with 3840 cores.
So this Titan XP is already a salvage part that didn't make the Quadro cut. rolleyes.gif

 

You are correct. Well at least everyone will know that their Titan-XP GPU is Gimped from day one at a premium of $1200 lol.

 

I just don't feel right paying a premium for a cut chip any more. Basically it's not the best Nvidia could offer on that die and not worthy of the Titan name regardless of the performance. With Die Shrink, new Architecture, and GDDR5X memory it's supposed to surpass the last generation so this is no surprise.

 

This is not the droid I was looking for. I have SLI Titan-X @1500 Mhz, custom bios on water, and was looking forward to going back to one GPU. Guess I'll be waiting once again. I've bought every Titan except the Z of course :rolleyes:, so this is a huge letdown.

 

Truth be told I'm considering going AMD on principle alone once they release their next Gen. Tired of Nvidia's second hand garbage games.

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AMD might have something for Christmas? WHY ARE U 5 MONTHS LATE?!

The only way Nvidia is kept in check is if AMD releases competing products at the same time. What's the point if they're always late and a much faster product from Nvidia is right around the corner?
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You are correct. Well at least everyone will know that their Titan-XP GPU is Gimped from day one at a premium of $1200 lol.

I just don't feel right paying a premium for a cut chip any more. Basically it's not the best Nvidia could offer on that die and not worthy of the Titan name regardless of the performance. With Die Shrink, new Architecture, and GDDR5X memory it's supposed to surpass the last generation so this is no surprise.

This is not the droid I was looking for. I have SLI Titan-X @1500 Mhz, custom bios on water, and was looking forward to going back to one GPU. Guess I'll be waiting once again. I've bought every Titan except the Z of course rolleyes.gif , so this is a huge letdown.

Truth be told I'm considering going AMD on principle alone once they release their next Gen. Tired of Nvidia's second hand garbage games.

I know how you feel. if Vega can offer 15%+ performance over an OC 1080 I might just end up buying that. At least it'll have HBM2 so that's a start.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

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.

Yeah im in fear for that a little. I dont care about 1080ti, but i dont a titan black at 588mm2 4500cores and hbm2 in 6 months. Anyway i think this kind of card will be release in end 2017 or q1 2018 with volta titan ? Right ? If they release in 6 months a titan black with 3840 core and gddr5x memoty i wont be disappointed, but if its hbm2 i will be a little disapppointed, but i dont want a titan full die 588-620mm2 in next 6 months.
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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.

Ok thanks to clarify that, i didnt understand the meaning correctly
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Originally Posted by DADDYDC650 View Post

Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought that the GP102 with 3840 cores wasn't a rumor? Pretty obvious Nvidia will eventually release a Titan XP Black. Well, obvious in my mind at least.

No problem with me if its without hbm2
Anyway 3584 vs 3840 is not much stronger. But if they realease hbm2 with it in next 6 months, i will be a little disappointed to have not wait for it. Im upgrading every 2 years
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Originally Posted by DADDYDC650 View Post

I'm guessing the Ti will have the same amount of cores as the XP and the Titan XP Black will feature the full 3800+.

I hope they dont go full die at 4500-5000 core in next 6 months

Guys, do you think the volta titan will feature 4500+(or 5000+) cores with hbm2 ? If yes would they release it in end 2017 or q1 2018 ? If yes, I will begin saving for that too wink.gif
Edited by renejr902 - 7/25/16 at 6:30pm
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EVGA Jacob just confirmed they're making Pascal Titan X Hybrid upgrade kits. No need to buy those gold 980Ti ones now or hack up a 1080 one.

http://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2520221
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sweet jacket
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Sorry post mistep, will sort out and repost....


Summary, If AMD can make a good card I may buy 2 but that is a tall order for them, haha
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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.

Well you can make bank on this new Titan being an overwhelming success especially since this time there is nothing even remotely close to what you could call "competition" from AMD. People will throw money at their screens for borderline side-grade 1080 so what do you think they will do with a proper new big-die Titan? The sales strategy is interesting though and silly IMO. They'd make a ton of money if they opened it up to AIB sales and non-reference designs but its not like money is something Nvidia has in short supply anyway...
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Originally Posted by supermi View Post

Sorry post mistep, will sort out and repost....


Summary, If AMD can make a good card I may buy 2 but that is a tall order for them, haha

Sadly yes. 480's showing makes me really concerned whether Vega would even match a 1080. If it's indeed a process issue with GloFo's 14nm LPP, then I can only pray they make the switch to TSMC 16nm FF for Vega.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Well you can make bank on this new Titan being an overwhelming success especially since this time there is nothing even remotely close to what you could call "competition" from AMD. People will throw money at their screens for borderline side-grade 1080 so what do you think they will do with a proper new big-die Titan? The sales strategy is interesting though and silly IMO. They'd make a ton of money if they opened it up to AIB sales and non-reference designs but its not like money is something Nvidia has in short supply anyway...

*cough cough*
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

Btw don't know if anybody noticed, but Quadro P6000 was just announced, and surprise surprise, it's the full GP102 chip with 3840 cores.

So this Titan XP is already a salvage part that didn't make the Quadro cut. rolleyes.gif

This Titan XP is a mockery of the Titan branding, because it's a Titan that uses a castrated chip, AND doesn't come with twice the memory.
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AMD might have something for Christmas? WHY ARE U 5 MONTHS LATE?!

The only way Nvidia is kept in check is if AMD releases competing products at the same time. What's the point if they're always late and a much faster product from Nvidia is right around the corner?

Nvidia just has superior R&D, engineers, designs, facilities, foundry, you name it. They are able to do this because they have near unlimited resources while AMD is just trying to keep the lights on, getting crushed by Intel on the one side and Nvidia on the other. If AMD had the resources Nvidia or Intel has you might see some actual competition in both CPU's and GPU's but as it is they have to scrape by with whatever they can come up with and hope to stay afloat with all their exclusive deals like the new consoles. Ironically the console deal that is keeping their heads above water is also tying their hands by forcing them to stick with GCN, an architecture that is 5 years old at its core and badly outclassed by Nvidia's latest and greatest.

The funny thing about all of this is there are so many Nvidia fanboys in this thread whining about pricing and how they wish AMD would compete to bring prices down yet they have spent every single post they make here on OCN trashing AMD and saying how much they suck for how long??? Well you guys finally have gotten your wish as AMD clearly cannot compete at this level and now we have a $1200 cut down of a cut down Titan as a result. You guys should all be throwing Team Green parties congratulating Nvidia for being so awesome that they can get away with this while burning Red Radeon flags in JHH approved cultist ceremonies in your back yards... rolleyes.gif
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