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Do you see me telling people "Bro you ain't buying this, you aren't because I say so"?

Anyone can buy whatever they want, I'm all for them burning their money instead of wood for their living room, it's their money and only they can decide what to spend it on, that doesn't change my opinion about the card one bit, nor it changes the fact that it's a cutdown chip and a 1080Ti in disguise.

So what was your point again? If people can't handle opinions and/or facts I don't see how that concerns me.

There is a difference between stating an opinion, and coming into a thread a dozen times a day to claim that the card is a waste of money. We get it, you don't need to keep coming in here to state why you aren't buying the card.
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What exactly is the purpose of the Titan lineup?

- A card for the select few that need the VRAM (non-gaming purposes)
- A card to get early performance of a fully (or almost fully unlocked) chip without having to wait for the "mainstream" Ti versions.

The titan lineup has always been about getting full performance out of an architecture earlier, at a premium price. Anyone that's not OK with that premium is expect to wait for the Ti versions which will be more aimed towards gamers with a cut down price but roughly the same performance. When yields increase on full pascal chips, then that's when we'll see cheaper full pascal cards such as the 1080Ti, until then, you pay a premium.

the first titan (a cut down GK 100) was delayed for months because a few reasons; horrible yields then nvidia filled OEM commitments after the oakridge super computer. then the 780TI with a full GK100 chip released several months afterwards.

the titan X (full GM 200 chip) released much earlier with a cut down GM200 chip (980ti) within months.

since the ONLY TWO times a titan has been released the direct opposite happened; so to say:
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The titan lineup has always been about getting full performance out of an architecture earlier

is a sweeping generalization w/o any supporting facts.
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the first titan (a cut down GK 100) was delayed for months because a few reasons; horrible yields then nvidia filled OEM commitments after the oakridge super computer. then the 780TI with a full GK100 chip released several months afterwards.

the titan X (full GM 200 chip) released much earlier with a cut down GM200 chip (980ti) within months.

since the ONLY TWO times a titan has been released the direct opposite happened; so to say:
is a sweeping generalization w/o any supporting facts.

That is the closest thing you can say to describe the Titan lineup and it's purpose. If you wish to explain the purpose of a Titan lineup better, be my guest. It's impossible to say what it's target audience is, each generation has been a bit different and no matter how you describe it there is always some oddball situation that doesn't apply.
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I did not bring up the purpose of a Titan. Someone asked. I answered what I feel is the purpose of the Titan lineup.

Perhaps read the thread?

Please do enlighten me... rolleyes.gif

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No one can seriously be in this big of denial that the 1080 is no longer the best card.
The 1080 will end up going down as one of the most useless flagship purchases in the history of video cards it would seem. $700 and just two months on the market of being on top before being completely shunted down the product stack! Obviously Nvidia really cares about its high end customers! And yet these same clowns will still hit the threads in droves defending every single thing this company does to them (just like Apple fanboys)! Ironically, the fact that it was a total paper launch and nearly vaporware for so long is going to end up working to a lot of people's advantage...

It's true, these people only have themselves to blame.

The same thing happened with the Maxwell Titan X. Droves of enthusiasts got all giddy with the Nvidia marketing Koolaid and snapped them up. Few months later the card was obsoleted by the 980 Ti. Same performance for hundreds of dollars less and those TX owners were in serious denial.
I bought the Titan X day 1 and didn't care less about the 980Ti releasing a few months later. I paid ~$200 more for a few months of performance that couldn't be gotten elsewhere. Same thing here, if a 1080Ti comes out in 3 months with roughly the same performance, I won't care.

The only way I'd care is if they release a 1080Ti in a few months that is faster, which would defeat the entire purpose of the Titan lineup. I'd probably never buy a Titan again if they did that, I'd wait for the Ti versions.
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I have heard EK will have a block out for the new Titan X around the end of August.

Do you have a link for this? Debating if I should buy 2 day one or wait till blocks are available. They way my custom loop is, I cant just put them in running on AIr, so I need blocks on them to run them. Don't know if I want to sit on them for a month until I can do anything with them.
     
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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.

The G80 chip (8800GTX) was probably one of my best pc parts I ever purchased. It lasted me until Bad Company 2. I was planning to replace it with the GTX480 which was released around the time Bad Company 2 came along but that card was far from nvidia's best moment. Ended up waited until the GTX580 and got that instead. Before the 8800GTX I had the 5950Ultra... Waaay too much money for the performance haha biggrin.gif
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So? I explained what I felt was the purpose of the TItan lineup because he asked. Your the one arguing that my opinion is wrong, when you can't describe the lineup any better than that. There's no pattern with the Titan lineups. Generally speaking for gamers, it's to get the fastest card on the market without having to wait for the Ti version.

Again, this forum has gone extremely down hill over the years. It's sad being here since 2004 and seeing it fall so far. The fact you guys are allowed to sit in here and troll the thread for so many pages, with no interest or intentions to buy the actual product in question, is absurd.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/31/16 at 12:32pm
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There is a difference between stating an opinion, and coming into a thread a dozen times a day to claim that the card is a waste of money. We get it, you don't need to keep coming in here to state why you aren't buying the card.

They are just pissed off that they can never afford it.
All their constant whining will never change the fact that the card will sell like crazy despite the price, when it can do a task half the time it took Maxwell Titan X.
Neither can these people understand that most people that are interested in Titan X doesnt give a damn about these peoples constant complaining and/or opinions.

But of course, everyone is entitled to their own thoughts about the card. I think its overpriced too, $999 which was previous Titan price was already pushing it. But I know its useless coming here everyday and fill up the thread with constant complaining like these people do. It becomes noise
Edited by iLeakStuff - 7/31/16 at 12:29pm
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... Also after watching Jay2cents review this Titan X ...

Jay hasn't posted a review of the Titan XP. No-one has. No-one can until the NDA lifts on Tuesday.
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It's as simple as this: It's the best card right now. Nothing else beats it currently. Period. ... If you want it, buy it. If you don't, don't. If you can't afford it, well that's no one else's problem. Simple.

This. In fact (+rep).
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