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Originally Posted by bee144 View Post

254 pages of people either complaining that they can't afford the card or they can afford it, they just can't justify paying that much for their hobby. No real useful information yet.weirdsmiley.gif

Thanks for summarising the 200 pages for me. I'm looking forward to some benchmarks.
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Something isn't right. How come there haven't been any leaked benches yet? The card comes out in two days.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Well this is, after all, an opinion forum so I don't really get why you are so mad that people are stating their opinions? I mean, you don't have to respond to them if you don't want to yet every time you feel the need to defend the Titan's honor and they respond to you in turn. its not as if these people are just spouting off the same opinions over and over without any back and forth from you and others directly responding to what they are saying. And save this BS about how the forum was so much better years ago as i guarantee you the exact same thing has been going on for as long as OCN has existed. What, nobody on the forum posted opinions and had arguments with other members back in '04 but now they do so "OCN is going downhill"? Come on man, you are too respected and good a regular poster to make silly statements like that...

Well you see the thing is they whine and complain about a GPU that they will never purchase or own.....and then rinse and repeat that for several GPU generations. The same people complaining about GPUs that they will never own or buy, generation after generation after generation due to price..... so what is the point of it?

I hear commie statements like Nvidia is greedy, Nvidia does not love us, Nvidia is turning their backs on us....yadda, yadda, yadda.....really? Nvidia is a billion dollar corporation and its their job to make profit for their shareholders & stake holders. They never loved us, they never will. They never had our backs and they never will. If they went out of business, we would simply purchase GPUs from the next best source and never look back. If you dropped dead, they would simply market their GPUs to the next warm body.
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Something isn't right. How come there haven't been any leaked benches yet? The card comes out in two days.

NDA
Edited by l88bastar - 7/31/16 at 7:30pm
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But honestly, why does the Titan get so much crap? Intel could announce a $1500 CPU tomorrow with and no one would bat an eye at the price - because no gamer really feels they "need" a better processor than what we can already buy for cheaper. The only difference here is people really want this card, they either can't afford it or don't feel it's worth $1200 so they complain about the price. If we lived in a world where everyone could afford everything, and everyone felt everyone was a good value, then companies would release even more expensive products.

Where have you been? That $1700 cpu from Intel gets lots of criticism about its price. But even as bad as it is priced, you will still get more years of service from it than you would from a $1200 gpu.
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NDA

I'm talking about LEAKED benches, not official reviews. When's the last time a worthwhile card came out without some firestrike numbers (valid or not) leaking days before the NDA lifts?
post #2536 of 3587
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Originally Posted by 8472 View Post

Something isn't right. How come there haven't been any leaked benches yet? The card comes out in two days.
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I'm talking about LEAKED benches, not official reviews. When's the last time a worthwhile card came out without some firestrike numbers (valid or not) leaking days before the NDA lifts?

In the haste of Nvidias rush, I would surmise that few XPs got into the hands of those who leaked stats in the past.

That or they are afraid of the door kicking, dog shooting Ngestapo for violating NDA
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I'm talking about LEAKED benches, not official reviews. When's the last time a worthwhile card came out without some firestrike numbers (valid or not) leaking days before the NDA lifts?

I'd imagine Nvidia is keeping a much tighter lid on this card than others in the past. They are only even selling it themselves so it looks like they are not taking any chances.
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I'm talking about LEAKED benches, not official reviews. When's the last time a worthwhile card came out without some firestrike numbers (valid or not) leaking days before the NDA lifts?

They aren't marketing this as a gaming card (yeah right) so maybe they haven't sent out many (if any) review samples to mainstream tech sites.
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Where have you been? That $1700 cpu from Intel gets lots of criticism about its price. But even as bad as it is priced, you will still get more years of service from it than you would from a $1200 gpu.

True CPUs do last longer nowadays, but I don't feel the criticism is on the same level. You can go to any gaming forums, and whenever the TItan gets mentioned it's just full of people talking crap about it. If you mention you have a Titan, people like to call you out on wasting money, etc. But the guy with the $1500 processor in a gaming machine? No one says a thing. Maybe because processor models are less known amongst gaming communities?

http://www.mmo-champion.com/threads/2037684-Should-I-buy-the-new-titan
For example, look at this poll on MMOChamp with a guy who recently came into $28k and is getting 4K. Only 8% (4 people, one of which was me) said he should buy the new Titan, ~52% said no, and the ~39% remaining said hookers and drugs are a better value. rolleyes.gif

If he's getting 4K, the Titan is the only GPU on the market that makes sense unless he's buying two of something, yet only 4 people out of 48 said to get one.
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I'd imagine Nvidia is keeping a much tighter lid on this card than others in the past. They are only even selling it themselves so it looks like they are not taking any chances.

I find this very worrying. Everything points to them sweeping this card under the rug very quickly.
- Exclusive to NVIDIA.com, seemingly forever. Has never happened to my knowledge.
- Basically the same title as the past titan, as if they didn't even bother to get a new name.
- Announced at a college, not at some well known event.
- Almost no advertisement, unless you actively follow hardware you would never know this existed - even after it launches. Most people won't know there's two different Titan X, and I bet lots of people will accidentally buy the old Titan X.
- Seems like if you want to get one on Day 1, you are going to need to buy blind if NDA lifts at same time, or risk waiting until next stock. Has this ever been the case?
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If you dropped dead, they would simply market their GPUs to the next warm body.

That's...cold.
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