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*cough cough*

Well, you know what I meant. Its a cut down of a cut down but its at least a big die Pascal and not an X60 card masquerading as an X80 like GP104...
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Has anyone noticed that none of the pics/videos so far show the green "Geforce GTX" logo on the Titan XP?

I can't believe I am saying this... but I am officially intrigued.
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Has anyone noticed that none of the pics/videos so far show the green "Geforce GTX" logo on the Titan XP?

I can't believe I am saying this... but I am officially intrigued.

Because NVIDIA stated it is not a gaming card fiorst and foremost, but can be used as such. Geforce is a gaming lineup. The name is simply "Titan X", while the previous titan was called "GTX Geforce Titan X"

The first titan also did not have geforce in it's title, which is weird because it shared the same drives as geforce gaming cards.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/25/16 at 7:39pm
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Well, you know what I meant. Its a cut down of a cut down but its at least a big die Pascal and not an X60 card masquerading as an X80 like GP104...

Actually it's not even a proper big die.

GP104 = 312 mm²
GP102 = 471 mm²
GP100 = 610 mm²

The proper big die would be GP100, so I guess that makes GP102 an improper big die. tongue.gif
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Because NVIDIA stated it is not a gaming card fiorst and foremost, but can be used as such. Geforce is a gaming lineup. The name is simply "Titan X", while the previous titan was called "GTX Geforce Titan X"

The first titan also did not have geforce in it's title, which is weird because it shared the same drives as geforce gaming cards.

Whaaa? OG Titan did have GeForce in its title: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-titan

Which is extremely ironic, because OG Titan was much less GeForce-y than this Titan X is.
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Because NVIDIA stated it is not a gaming card first and foremost, but can be used as such if desired. Geforce is a gaming lineup. The name is simply "Titan X", while the previous titan was called "GTX Geforce Titan X".

The first titan also did not have geforce in it's title, which is weird because it shared the same drives as geforce gaming cards. I'd assume this card will also share the same drives as gaming cards.

Looking at a couple of OG Titan coolers on my wall right now and they say "GEFORCE GTX" right on the side...
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Because NVIDIA stated it is not a gaming card fiorst and foremost, but can be used as such. Geforce is a gaming lineup. The name is simply "Titan X", while the previous titan was called "GTX Geforce Titan X"

The first titan also did not have geforce in it's title, which is weird because it shared the same drives as geforce gaming cards.

Nah it did actually, http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-titan

This is the first time they've dropped the GeForce GTX naming completely from Titan.
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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
funny thing is back when 5870 is trashing Fermi, they still buy Fermi even tho it is a trash chip compared to Cypress. ughhh
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Actually it's not even a proper big die.

GP104 = 312 mm²
GP102 = 471 mm²
GP100 = 610 mm²

The proper big die would be GP100, so I guess that makes GP102 an improper big die. tongue.gif
Whaaa? OG Titan did have GeForce in its title: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-titan

Which is extremely ironic, because OG Titan was much less GeForce-y than this Titan X is.

Well we have been told so far that they are not making a GP100 GeForce card at all so we get GP102 instead. Of course who really believes that?

Then again, they are saying this new Titan will not be a GeForce card but its certainly not a Quadro so what the hell is it exactly? With gimped DP performance its not a professional level card so its absolutely a gaming card in my opinion. Claims by Nvidia to the contrary are just marketing noise it would seem...
Edited by Majin SSJ Eric - 7/25/16 at 7:43pm
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I could have swore my original titan I bought from nvidia.com (Day 1 purchase) did not have geforce written anywhere on it. Perhaps the ones shipped directly from NVIDIA were different?

Looking at my maxwell Titan X box (also shipped from NVIDIA as a Day 1 purchase) no where does it say geforce on the box or card - simply "Titan X".

This whole thing couldn't be more confusing...
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I could have swore my original titan I bought from nvidia.com (Day 1 purchase) did not have geforce written anywhere on it. Perhaps the ones shipped directly from NVIDIA were different?

Looking at my maxwell Titan X box (also shipped from NVIDIA as a Day 1 purchase) no where does it say geforce on the box or card - simply "Titan X".

This whole thing couldn't be more confusing...

My OG Titans are EVGA SC models but all Titans were the same so I'd assume they all said GEFORCE GTX on the side like mine do.
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