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Jen Hsun currently reading your post :

"We have to cut the 1080 Ti even harder and make the price even higher than previous "Ti" cards. "

3200 Cuda cores same VRAM as Titan X, 899 $ biggrin.gif

If we go by past Titans to Ti vram ratio, the 1080Ti will have 6GB of vram... wait headscratch.gif
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If we go by past Titans to Ti vram ratio, the 1080Ti will have 6GB of vram... wait headscratch.gif

haha yeah.

I think it has 12gb (if there is a 1080 Ti)

and there will be a new Titan next year with full fat 1500$
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so from someone who only has 1x 1080 and doesnt feel its good enough should I go with this card or wait for 1080ti?
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What's this 1080Ti you speak of?
Edited by Viveacious - 7/31/16 at 5:11pm
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Is there any logic, or product stacking that makes for the Titan X, to replace the Ti moniker..?  Or are we absolutely sure a 1080ti is coming..?

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so from someone who only has 1x 1080 and doesnt feel its good enough should I go with this card or wait for 1080ti?

I can feel you mate. The GTX 1080 is really not that great and I can't even remember when it came out. It's simply not cutting it anymore.

Definitively get a new GeForce GTX Nvidia GTX GeForce Titan X The Ultimate. It has more advantages compared to a possible 1080 Ti


1) The 1080 Ti is not even announced.
2) The Titan X looks better in your signature
3) Chances are the 1080 Ti is worse. Maybe less cuda cores
4) We don't know when the 1080 Ti comes out
5) We don't know how expensive the 1080 Ti is going to be


I mean the Titan X has absolutely no downsides besides 1200$, cut card, no HBM, 1200$ and of course the absolutely horrendous horrible horrible price.

Other than that it is a fast card and it can play vidya games smile.gif
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If we go by past Titans to Ti vram ratio, the 1080Ti will have 6GB of vram... wait headscratch.gif

Might as well just slap on 4GB HBM1 and then go all "b-b-but 4096 bits!!!! more wider is more better than more amount!!!". laughingsmiley.gif
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so from someone who only has 1x 1080 and doesnt feel its good enough should I go with this card or wait for 1080ti?

Easy.

Take your current performance, then slap another 30% on top. Would you be happy with that kind of performance? If yes, would you be willing to pay $1200 for that kind of performance?
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I can feel you mate. The GTX 1080 is really not that great and I can't even remember when it came out. It's simply not cutting it anymore.

Definitively get a new GeForce GTX Nvidia GTX GeForce Titan X The Ultimate. It has more advantages compared to a possible 1080 Ti


1) The 1080 Ti is not even announced.
2) The Titan X looks better in your signature
3) Chances are the 1080 Ti is worse. Maybe less cuda cores
4) We don't know when the 1080 Ti comes out
5) We don't know how expensive the 1080 Ti is going to be
6) It literally adds inches to your epeen, and you get to call everyone else a "filthy casual".


I mean the Titan X has absolutely no downsides besides 1200$, cut card, no HBM, 1200$ and of course the absolutely horrendous horrible horrible price.

Other than that it is a fast card and it can play vidya games smile.gif

ATFY
Edited by magnek - 7/31/16 at 5:16pm
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This is a 1080Ti, not a TItan. But who cares, its the fastest and that's all that matters... rolleyes.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1605618/ongoing-pascal-latency-problems-hotfix-doesnt-work-for-everyone

I had the issue, but finally got it worked out. Seemed like micro-stutter (to me), so it was really annoying. Definitely would make me rethink a $1200 gpu purchase. Almost returned my 1070 because of it.

Ah thank you smile.gif
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I think a Ti will come. It'll have 3072 or 3328 Cuda cores, 192 or 208 Texture mapping units and 96 render output units. VRAM looks like it'll have to be 9GB or 12GB (seeing as 384bit bus memory seems to be based on multiples of 3 generally speaking). Price $800 or $900 and available via AIB partners.

When? If Nvidia continue at this breakneck pace of releases, September? If not the same pace, maybe Q1 2017. But who knows? Nvidia have been surprising us at every turn with the Pascal series.
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I think a Ti will come. It'll have 3072 or 3328 Cuda cores, 192 or 208 Texture mapping units and 96 render output units. VRAM looks like it'll have to be 9GB or 12GB (seeing as 384bit bus memory seems to be based on multiples of 3 generally speaking). Price $800 or $900 and available via AIB partners.

When? If Nvidia continue at this breakneck pace of releases, September? If not the same pace, maybe Q1 2017. But who knows? Nvidia have been surprising us at every turn with the Pascal series.

I bolded the parts I disagree with.

And instead of "suprising" I'd have used "screwed us over even harder"
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