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780 was not "the single fastest card on the market", there was the Titan. Also 980 was slower on release than Titan Black AFAIK

Titans are a weird specimen, specially last Gen Titan X, Titan Z, Titan Black... ***. But the X80 rule applies to the rest of the models, though
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post #222 of 3587
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i want 1080 Ti thumb.gif

This new Titan X IS the 1080 Ti.

I'm gonna echo a few others here: without adequate and timely competition, be prepared to pay >$1000 for the big die cards from here on out.
post #223 of 3587
And I am vindicated.

LOL'S ON YOU!
post #224 of 3587
This is literally a GTX 570 (cut-down big die flagship) that's selling for $1200. Yikes!

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I wonder if Nvidia will actually make this a Nvidia store exclusive item this time and block out and 3rd party or custom solutions. Notice it says "NVIDIA Titan X" and not "GeForce GTX ........." like the rest of the 10 series.
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Originally Posted by Marios145 View Post

Welcome to nvidia's world, your choices are:
450$
700$
1200$
Please choose unwisely

He could always go with AMD..

The choices are:

Underwhelming.
Late and underwhelming.
Good try.

tongue.gif
post #227 of 3587
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Originally Posted by Marios145 View Post

Welcome to nvidia's world, your choices are:
450$
700$
1200$
Please choose unwisely

Damn dude. Nvidia really did it this time. What would you suggest I do? mad.gif
post #228 of 3587
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Originally Posted by Marios145 View Post

Welcome to nvidia's world, your choices are:
450$
700$
1200$
Please choose unwisely

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Originally Posted by GorillaSceptre View Post

He could always go with AMD..

The choices are:

Underwhelming.
Late and underwhelming.
Good try.

tongue.gif

Those Intel Iris Pros are suddenly looking very appealing right now thinking.giflachen.gif
post #229 of 3587
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

This new Titan X IS the 1080 Ti.

I'm gonna echo a few others here: without adequate and timely competition, be prepared to pay >$1000 for the big die cards from here on out.

It honestly is. While not 100% sure, the core count on it does look like a cut GP100 or GP102 from speculation. Imho, this card is basically just a GTX 570 (partially cut down big die GF110 core.) If I recall, price on that was... $350-400ish at the most? kookoo.gif

This will be 3x that, honestly a bit sad.
post #230 of 3587
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Welcome to nvidia's world, your choices are:
450$
700$
1200$
Please choose unwisely

Seems like room for a 1080ti at say $900?
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