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Guys there's a serious chance is a Nvidia.com only card. Notice the name is "NVIDIA Titan X" and not a "GeForce ......." card. If this happens then I'm sure the AIO kits from Evga or waterblocks will work since it's probably identical to a 1080. Remember Nvidia tried pulling this BS off with the original Titan by not allowing any custom coolers or PCBs.
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X is just a letter. They can add a P to it for all we know. There's no way they would make a "1080 Ti" as an Nvidia store exclusive. I stand by my theory. Ti and new Titan first quarter next year or so.

Or they continue to tout the 1080 as their Flagship and position the Titan XP as a Halo card. That could happen, too.

I will tell you one thing. Nvidia isn't going to release a 1080 Ti with 6GB of VRAM, and it would be a first for Nvidia to release a "Ti" counterpart with the same memory as their current Titan.


I stand by my theory that the Titan XP is the 1080 Ti.
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GP100 has the same core count, same specs in every area other than GP100 has HBM2, i think GP100 is just given to Tesla.

https://images.nvidia.com/content/pdf/tesla/whitepaper/pascal-architecture-whitepaper.pdf

I think this is indeed full pascal for consumer market.

Those papers generally are accurate, but we'll just see how this plays out. The core count just seems odd for a fully enabled GPU.

Hold up, I'm reading through this. Page 10 is suggesting it isn't a full GP100... 60 vs 56 enabled SM units. This Titan is resembling the 56 unit part.

Yeah, review pages 10 and 11 on that document. This is indeed the consumer version of the Tesla P100 which has 56 enabled SM units for 3584 FP32 CUDA cores (what we are looking at here.)

The die diagram above on page 10 notes 60 of these SM clusters while the Tesla has 56 of them (paraphrased quote at the end of the last sentence on the page.)

This is a 570...

Even if this is GP102 and not GP100 (and GP102 natively has 56 SM clusters,) this is still a tad cheesy.
Edited by Omicron - 7/21/16 at 10:13pm
post #264 of 3587
Midrange:

GF104 = $229

GK104 = $499

GM204 = $549

GP104 = $699


Highend:

GT200 = $499

GF100 = $499

GF110 = $499

GK110 = $699, $999

GM200 = $649, $999

GP102 = $1200


LMAAAAAAAAAOOOOOO
post #265 of 3587
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Or they continue to tout the 1080 as their Flagship and position the Titan XP as a Halo card. That could happen, too.

I will tell you one thing. Nvidia isn't going to release a 1080 Ti with 6GB of VRAM, and it would be a first for Nvidia to release a "Ti" counterpart with the same memory as their current Titan.


I stand by my theory that the Titan XP is the 1080 Ti.
I think the Ti will come with 8GB of HBM2.
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plus one more very important factor:
I'd say the enablers should share 50% of the blame also.

Case in point: Titan Z @ $3K was an epic fail, but sold out the day it got a 50% price cut.

True, I guess. But I'd say the lack of option is more to blame, 90% IMHO. :/
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I think the Ti will come with 8GB of HBM2.

Please tell me you're joking. HBM2 is more expensive than GDDR5x. Why would Nvidia release a lower-tier card with better tech for less money?
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I would prefer to wait for the next generation GTX 1270 as fast as Titan XP, less cost XD
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post #270 of 3587
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Hold up, I'm reading through this. Page 10 is suggesting it isn't a full GP100... 60 vs 56 enabled SM units. This Titan is resembling the 56 unit part.

what? let me look at that i didnt know those details were released
Edited by saintruski - 7/21/16 at 10:17pm
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