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Originally Posted by Steven185 View Post

See? We don't know Titan XP's actual clocks during gaming, but we do know its stated boost clock over which a 33% increase is far from being far fetched even with its ... leaf blower. On water, I'm sure it will hit even the 2100 Mhz mark...

Oh well, it's just a few hours; better wait ... shall we?

I'm simply going by the numbers we have atm. If stock Titan XP boosts to the same ~1800-1900 in-game average clocks that 1080 achieves, then yes it will probably end up having the same ceiling. Although I'd like to note that even 1800 is already about 20% over the listed 1513 boost clock. So nVidia is simply listing a nonsense number if that was indeed the case.
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Or Nvidia trying to keep within 250w TDP.

Hence my comment that 2GHz on that dinky blower is going to be tough unless 100% fan.
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I wonder what demand will be like tomorrow morning. Quick poll, who's getting it?

I'm in for two. I know I88Bastard is in for at least one. Reply with how many you plan on getting, if any at all. wink.gif
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I wonder what demand will be like tomorrow morning. Quick poll, who's getting it?

I'm in for two. I know I88Bastard is in for at least one. Reply with how many you plan on getting, if any at all. wink.gif

Probably 2, but no tomorrow. Probably wait til the 2nd batch is out since the EK blocks won't be ready for another few weeks anyway.
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1 now. 2 in a few months once I beat all my games that don't support SLI. Will put on EVGA Hybrid AIO's Evga_Jacob confirmed they're making for the Titan XP's.

Edit: I would buy 2 right away but I have a feeling I'm going to get burned by this generation of Titan more than any other with all this shady stuff going with it already well speculated in this thread. There's a chance they may release a full chip in a few months then I'm at least screwed on 1 card instead of 2.
Edited by Seyumi - 8/1/16 at 10:40am
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I'd be surprised if they sell out Day 1 given the fact it's gonna be a blind buy for $1200, with no advertisement. I bet they sell out Day 2. I'm in for 1 though, overnighting it because what's another $32 on top of $1284.

At this point I wouldn't be surprised if they don't even launch tomorrow.
Edited by Murlocke - 8/1/16 at 10:40am
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I'll be getting one. I will get another one when EK comes out with the waterblocks.

It will be a huge upgrade over my Titan blacks.
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where are the reviews for this $1200 beast card biggrin.gif
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where are the reviews for this $1200 beast card biggrin.gif
NDA ... which lifts tomorrow whereupon we'll be hip deep in reviews.
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I don't think Titan XP uses binned chips, unless by binned you meant "failed Quadro specs". tongue.gif

The absolute best 1080s top out at around 2200 on air or water, which is 27% OC if we use nVidia's listed boost clock of 1733. Titan XP's listed boost clock is 1513 MHz, and 27% over that is 1922 MHz.

Plus the stock blower isn't exactly breaking any records when it comes to performance.

I don't think being in the bottom bin was what they meant, it is funny when the $1200 card is the cheap "a way to use failed chips" card. wink.gif

You know the Titan X is only clocked at 1513 MHz to keep it below the 250W TDP, why do you keep bringing it up it the context of maximum overclock?

I assume the absolute best Titans will top out at around 2150 MHz, a bit below the absolute best 1080s. Their relative boost clocks aren't relevant to this question. These Titan's will need to be underwater or at 100% fan at minimum, of course.
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