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At the rate they have been releasing chips I will not be surprised when this happens.

You live in the same town as me... redface.gif

EDIT: And you just added that location a couple minutes ago. Creepy!
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wonder what the new titan X wonders would feel like if they released a 1080ti for $849 3 months later? last nail in the coffin for Nvidia?

if they did would be just taking the absolute micky, I know they did it with the OG titan but the 1080 only released 2 months ago .. lol

Well, if Nvidia were to say anything under the circumstances you posit, they would point out that their target market for the Titan XP was compute, and not the gaming community. They did make the announcement at some obscure event at a university and not one of the consumer/gaming conferences.

What they won't say is that they've dangled the nice carrot on purpose so that they can also sell to those gamers with suitably deep pockets and if you bought one, it's your own fault and you have no recourse if and when they release 1080 Ti in a couple of month's time.

Besides. We know they do this. We all know they tempt us to double dip. We know to expect certain products. It happened last time with Maxwell. It happened the time before with Kepler. It goes with the territory.

I'm in the market myself. I'm looking for a GPU that will give me genuine 4K performance. I am very tempted by the Titan. If I were to buy one, and the 1080 TI were to come out just a few weeks later, I won't complain, because I knew the risk and went in with my eyes open. And the Titan XP is still an astonishingly fast card that meets my needs.
Edited by meson1 - 8/1/16 at 7:36am
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even if 1080Ti releases it likely wont be faster than Titan XP and only in 2017 (I think Fall 2016 is unrealistic), so this Titan buyers will actually get a longer head start with it than the previous Titan X owners had (only a few months until 980Ti hit)

so again - best single GPU performance till 2017


worth $1200 ? you decide
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So much wrong in this post.
  1. Titans are in a different market? Nvidia is clouding your head. They are GeForce cards = gaming. The Titan X even had gimped DP. At least the new TX has compute.
  2. 40-50% > 1080 is a pipe dream. Not sure where you pulled that number from.
  3. No one cares about similar clock performance, only max clock performance.

I disagree with 3rd point. Max clock performance becomes critical when its hampered by a terrible reference cooler, and there is no other 3rd party AIB around.
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even if 1080Ti releases it likely wont be faster than Titan XP and only in 2017 (I think Fall 2016 is unrealistic), so this Titan buyers will actually get a longer head start with it than the previous Titan X owners had (only a few months until 980Ti hit)

so again - best single GPU performance till 2017


worth $1200 ? you decide

At this point in time, its not about a faster card that supersede the TX in 6-9 months. The problem with AMD lacking so much in high end performance, even if a faster card appears. it will be a new titan with price >$1400.


At that point, is it worth if you waited another 6-9 months for another major disappointment, or settle with a Ti that is almost definitely slower than TXP for a cost of $800+.


However all the point listed will be invalidate if AMD churn out something powerful in Q1 2017. And I means really smth powerful.
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Yes we do not need 24gb den but why need to increase $200 and giving us half the memory. Its obviously trying cut cost every possible way but jacking the price up as high as possible.

If you want to charge that premium, make sure u give us the true premium luxury. Just saying.

The "true premium luxury" is the Quadro which will cost several thousand dollars. If you want the full 24GB, then feel free to pay the 3k$+ price tag that one will be.

Please note that I do not like the price either, but it's not as if 24GB Quadro will be anything close to Titan X's price. It will more than double it.
Edited by Viveacious - 8/1/16 at 8:16am
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You live in the same town as me... redface.gif

EDIT: And you just added that location a couple minutes ago. Creepy!
Haha, Yeah I live on the west side of town. Just updating the sig.
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Anyone knows when it's gonna go on sale? I am currently thinking 3:00 am eastern.
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Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

So much wrong in this post.
  1. Titans are in a different market? Nvidia is clouding your head. They are GeForce cards = gaming. The Titan X even had gimped DP. At least the new TX has compute.
  2. 40-50% > 1080 is a pipe dream. Not sure where you pulled that number from.
  3. No one cares about similar clock performance, only max clock performance.

40% is possible. More TMUs, more cores, more bandwidth, so even though it probably won't clock as high clock for clock it will scale better as you OC it.
post #2640 of 3587
So, what with being exceedingly greedy with this launch - what's the betting they haven't done anything to try and ensure the site doesn't go down in under 5 minutes.


Probably quite high.
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