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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 right here. This is why people should be upset. I mean $1200 is worth being upset over, but the fact that this is nothing but a 1080Ti(basically) being a called a Titan should piss everyone off.

yep. was ready to hit that notify me button until i compared specs and then recalling how GP104 is still w/o bios modding; sanity was restored. last year i was playing TW3 and was ready to dump ~$1000 on card but this year w/DOOM . . i can wait. tongue.gif
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I don't think we'll see a full GP102 - I mean, would an extra 256 Cuda cores really make that big a difference?. It's only an extra 7% A 1080 Ti is more of a possibility, because they'll go for the consumer double dip. If AMD steps up, that might change a little. Nvidia's possible ace-in-the-hole which I think they'll only produce if AMD put up a big enough challenge is GP100, but I recognise this might be a stretch. Otherwise, I think they'll be content to concentrate on Volta on 16nm for mid 2017.

I agree. I still feel this Titan will be the top dog until Volta.

With some sites reporting Volta coming in ~May 2017, that's only 10 months. I doubt they try to squeeze a full chip in there. At most we'll probably see a 1080Ti with roughly the same performance in 3-6 months.
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I don't think we'll see a full GP102 - I mean, would an extra 256 Cuda cores really make that big a difference?. It's only an extra 7% A 1080 Ti is more of a possibility, because they'll go for the consumer double dip. If AMD steps up, that might change a little. Nvidia's possible ace-in-the-hole which I think they'll only produce if AMD put up a big enough challenge is GP100, but I recognise this might be a stretch. Otherwise, I think they'll be content to concentrate on Volta on 16nm for mid 2017.

Agree with this.
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I agree. I still feel this Titan will be the top dog until Volta.

With some sites reporting Volta coming in ~May 2017, that's only 10 months. I doubt they try to squeeze a full chip in there. At most we'll probably see a 1080Ti with roughly the same performance in 3-6 months.

I agree. Going to get two also? wink.gif
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I don't think we'll see a full GP102 - I mean, would an extra 256 Cuda cores really make that big a difference?. It's only an extra 7% A 1080 Ti is more of a possibility, because they'll go for the consumer double dip. If AMD steps up, that might change a little. Nvidia's possible ace-in-the-hole which I think they'll only produce if AMD put up a big enough challenge is GP100, but I recognise this might be a stretch. Otherwise, I think they'll be content to concentrate on Volta on 16nm for mid 2017.

Performance difference really depends on if there is more cut out than just 256 cuda cores. Im with you that if it is only those small number of cores then performance wont be much different, 1-2fps tops. But if the Titan X is also missing a section of say 8 ROPs and a small bit of TMUs then performance could be as much as 15% higher. Still not huge, but something more than "insignificant".
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Performance difference really depends on if there is more cut out than just 256 cuda cores. Im with you that if it is only those small number of cores then performance wont be much different, 1-2fps tops. But if the Titan X is also missing a section of say 8 ROPs and a small bit of TMUs then performance could be as much as 15% higher. Still not huge, but something more than "insignificant".

Yes. Number of Cuda cores is not a direct measure of performance because there are other factors that are needed to tell the whole story. But I still don't think we'll see another GPU product above the Titan XP unless AMD comes out with something in that performance bracket in such as way that it endangers Nvidia's market share.
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I'm making some graphs comparing the nVidia series, release price vs relative performance, for the moment I have the release price chart:

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^Thanks for posting this. Honestly, anyone buying Nvidia cards since the 780 are to blame (myself included). Though, some people with too much money to burn didn't really help with setting the Titan precedent. If you were ever buying that tier, I'm surprised that you weren't expecting even higher prices this time around. With zero competition, Nvidia has a license to kill, so either nut up (and vote with your wallets), or shaddup.
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I'm making some graphs comparing the nVidia series, release price vs relative performance, for the moment I have the release price chart:
Geort45's Exciting Graph (Click to show)

Any reason why your Series 10 datapoints aren't joined up on that graph? Actually there are a few data series missing the odd line here and there.

That aside. I get the jist. Well done and thanks.
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Any reason why your Series 10 datapoints aren't joined up on that graph? Actually there are a few data series missing the odd line here and there.

That aside. I get the jist.

Anytime there is a gap in the lineup there isn't a line, Nvidia skips/adds random models sometimes.
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