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it s ludicrous how ppl try and persuade others/themselves 1080 was a bad purchase when this is $500-550 more for only 25-30% more
lachen.gif caught again. tongue.gif
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I wish it was lower, but the 8800GTX was 650$ when it was released.

The 8800GTX was a truly exceptional card though. You didn't see the Titan performing anywhere close to twice as fast as the GTX 680 (even though the 680 was a glorified mid-ranger). Look at the 8800GTX vs the 7900GTX. In graphically sophisticated games like F.E.A.R it was literally twice as fast.

The 8800GTX was worth every cent.

And another thing about the 8800GTX; 8800GTX owners had a year to revel in that glorious card before the 8800GT came along, Nvidia showed it's contempt for Titan owners by over-hyping the Titan and then releasing the 780 in just three months. They even put the Titan cooler on the 780, and denied Titan owners that bit of exclusivity. It was basically a giant middle finger to everyone who purchased that card, and that's precisely the reason why I can't fathom why anyone would be buying subsequent Titan cards.
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what are you babbling about now ? redface.gif
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what are you babbling about now ? redface.gif
Nothing, just showing something obvious. you can move on now. tongue.gif


P.S. - something tells me this card isn't gaming oriented this time. that's why launch was pretty low coverage compared to previous titans.
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The 8800GTX was a truly exceptional card though. You didn't see the Titan performing anywhere close to twice as fast as the GTX 680 (even though the 680 was a glorified mid-ranger). Look at the 8800GTX vs the 7900GTX. In graphically sophisticated games like F.E.A.R it was literally twice as fast.

The 8800GTX was worth every cent.

And another thing about the 8800GTX; 8800GTX owners had a year to revel in that glorious card before the 8800GT came along, Nvidia showed it's contempt for Titan owners by over-hyping the Titan and then releasing the 780 in just three months. They even put the Titan cooler on the 780, and denied Titan owners that bit of exclusivity. It was basically a giant middle finger to everyone who purchased that card, and that's precisely the reason why I can't fathom why anyone would be buying subsequent Titan cards.

it seems Nvidia are worse than Apple with this at least with Apple you get 1 year out the latest phone hell most of times the phone design stays the same for 2 years so you could say you get almost 2 years

Nvidia are a unpredictable money beast that cannot be controlled at the moment & I don't know where we go from here as since the 1080 im scared of making any purchase from them

think ill only buy used now wait for them to drop alot, cannot expect ppl to drop 1200 then get a faster card 3 months down the line then another in a short amount of time... what a waste of money.. hell.. id rather buy a 6950x and I wont even use it to its full potential but I know its better value for money than this titan & wont get dethroned in a few months
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That "30%" will definitely help push a 4k monitor.....

i understand but by how much really? 30% of garbage is still garbage.

Right now I'm using a 1060 at 2.01Ghz for 4K Need for speed. I get 45fps average on medium with AA off, and I can't decrease the settings furthur without sacraficing a lot of image quality. An extra 30% will give me almost 60fps.

Not that I care I'm at 45fps. If I did I would be using the Gigabyte 1080 Windforce that I just recieved this Friday afternoon.

The fact that a single OCed 1060 matches CF 1.2Ghz R9 290s in NFS is surprising.
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it s ludicrous how ppl try and persuade others/themselves 1080 was a bad purchase when this is $500-550 more for only 25-30% more


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Who cares about any of that? What are we, 12?

If you buy a card just because it's a 'flagship' product and the 'latest and greatest', then you're buying it for a very stupid reason and the wrong reason to begin with. You'll soon find yourself in a vicious, neverending cycle of having to upgrade every time something new comes out.

Buy it because it fulfills your current needs for gaming or whatever else it is that you do. That's what it's made for.

The 1080 is a hell of a card and will remain a hell of a card long after Titan releases because it is a great performer. Period.
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I don't see what that has to do with anything. Being the 'top dog' should have nothing to do with it.. especially when that 'top dog', Titan, will soon be 500$ more.

Its price should be representative of its performance compared to other cards that are on the market. And right now it's much faster than everything but a $1,200 card.

People are whining too much about its price, IMO. I wish it was lower, but the 8800GTX was 650$ when it was released. Times have not changed that much. History has shown us that whenever AMD doesn't have a competitor on the high-end that Nvidia will charge a premium. That's their right as a business. Most of us would be doing the same thing.

I don't like it, but I live with it. That's business. Be mad at AMD, as they're also culpable. They're sitting on a ton of patents that some other potential competitor out there might put to better use to negate this monopoly we currently have.
^ this

top dog or not only matters to kids with e-peen problems

you payed for the performance and you still have that performance after Titan XP drops .. while having payed $500-550 less

I'm salty because the 1080 costed 50% more and I thought it would be 33% faster than the 1070, but in reality it's only 25% faster. mad.gif nVidia is such a rip off right tongue.gif
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I'm salty because the 1080 costed 50% more and I thought it would be 33% faster than the 1070, but in reality it's only 25% faster. mad.gif nVidia is such a rip off right tongue.gif
higher segment/priced cards always have worse p/p than cheaper ones

welcome to GPU world tongue.gif
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I'm salty because the 1080 costed 50% more and I thought it would be 33% faster than the 1070, but in reality it's only 25% faster. mad.gif nVidia is such a rip off right tongue.gif

imo 1080 is worth the extra compared to the 1070.. the 1070 just feels so compromised compared to the 1080

also the 1070 when overclocking doesnt result in much the 1080 does, its like a win win for the 1080 even though its overpriced .. but meh.
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Last time I checked this was the Titan thread... And here the last thing potential Titan buyer care is price/performance...

Absolute performance is all that matters for the enthusiast.

As long as the Titan has the best single gaming GPU no matter what the price is it cannot be overpriced as it still delivers the best performance...

If its worth for you is on a different letter but it can only be overpriced if at least a competitor has a same performance card...
Edited by stefxyz - 7/31/16 at 6:59am
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