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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.

i'm not trying to describe the titan's purpose. the point is when you have two samples to draw from and the exact opposite happen between each sample*; one cannot draw conclusions.

* one the only commonality is both had a premium price; any inference would start and end there. wink.gif
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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.

I'm not saying is a waste of money, I'm saying that it is a waste of money for me, there's a difference.

Besides I came here to refute what you said about the Titan X being a full chip and having considerably more VRAM, you're the one who turned this into that.
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There is a difference between stating an opinion, and coming into a thread a dozen times a day

The difference is that one just have an opinion and the other have a strong opinion wink.gif

And btw, I don't think I have a dozen posts in this thread ever since it was made.
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I'm not saying is a waste of money, I'm saying that it is a waste of money for me, there's a difference.

Besides I came here to refute what you said about the Titan X being a full chip and having considerably more VRAM, you're the one who turned this into that.
The difference is that one just have an opinion and the other have a strong opinion wink.gif

Again, we know you feel the card isn't worth it to you.

Again, I never said it was a full chip. I stated: A card to get early performance of a fully (or almost fully unlocked)

If you thought I was claiming it was a full chip, you misunderstood me. 4GB more of VRAM is considerably more in my opinion, that's 50% over the 1080.
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And btw, I don't think I have a dozen posts in this thread ever since it was made.

28 posts in the thread.
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Why do other people care if someone says it doesn't worth it for him. does it makes epeen factor less or something ?
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Why do other people care if someone says it doesn't worth it for him. does it makes epeen factor less or something ?
Lol probably.
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Why do other people care if someone says it doesn't worth it for him. does it makes epeen factor less or something ?

Titan owners need all the positive reinforcement they can get this time, considering this is the first Cut Down Titan with the least VRAM in relation to their x80Ti counterpart but with an increasingly higher price tag.
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Why do other people care if someone says it doesn't worth it for him. does it makes epeen factor less or something ?

I don't think anyone cares if it's stated once or twice, but the same people coming into the thread to state it over and over just gets annoying after awhile.

I come here to see if any new information has been released, but instead I am always greeted with multiple pages of back and forth "this card isn't worth it", "yes it is!", "no!". It's a pointless argument because worth is opinion, and honestly someone who truely is not interested in this card, would state their opinion once (at most) and move on.
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Titan owners need all the positive reinforcement they can get this time, considering this is the first Cut Down Titan with the least VRAM in relation to their x80Ti counterpart but with an increasingly higher price tag.

I bet majority of people buying titans don't think $1200 is all that much money, so no we don't need positive reinforcement. I'll buy the card regardless of what others think because it's the only single GPU solution on the market that makes sense for 4K gaming.
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Jay hasn't posted a review of the Titan XP. No-one has. No-one can until the NDA lifts on Tuesday.
This. In fact (+rep).

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I come here to see if any new information has been released, but instead I am always greeted with multiple pages of back and forth "this card isn't worth it", "yes it is!", "no!". It's a pointless argument because worth is opinion, and honestly someone who truely is not interested in this card, would state their opinion once (at most) and move on.
I bet majority of people buying titans don't think $1200 is all that much money, so no we don't need positive reinforcement. I'll buy the card regardless of what others think because it's the only single GPU solution on the market that makes sense for 4K gaming.
That's what i'm saying, why do other people argue with someone who says it doesn't worth it. it's an opinion anyway. so what's the point arguing.
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I bet majority of people buying titans don't think $1200 is all that much money, so no we don't need positive reinforcement. I'll buy the card regardless of what others think because it's the only single GPU solution on the market that makes sense for 4K gaming.

That's great man, I'm sure that 1200$ Titan X is worth it for you, that of course doesn't change the fact that it is the most underwhelming Titan Release ever with the first cut down chip on a Titan, the lowest VRAM in relation to its x80Ti counterpart, with the lowest Double precision performance on a Titan all the while having the highest price tag as well.

And if these facts bother you maybe you do need positive reinforcement, just a thought.
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