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specs DO matter...you're getting LESS/INFERIOR goods for a higher price. Suppose an econobox has similar or better 0-60 spec of a high-end sports car built the same year. Does that automatically mean the econobox can suddenly charge exorbitant amount?

Tech advances...so does inflation, but these are NOT inflation.

Titan is supposed to be a halo product, with the most advanced tech on board. nV started screwing with that when they took out compute last year.

I don't care if HBM gains over 5X are minimal in current gaming tests. They want $1K+ then they better give the best they've got at the time, no holding back.

If HBM is not ready yet...don't release the Titan...who knows maybe AMD has a trump card on monday if recent history is anything to go by...they're dead to me in the upper GPU segment.

i paid $300ish for a cut-down midrange (670) and I felt like a chump then but I can't believe they've taken the milking to the next level.

Whenever the full unlocked die with HBM2 comes out, that will be my next and likely my last video card because this hardware game is getting ridiculous. I'd rather put my funds into other hobbies.

My gaming 'career' can semi-retire as a console peasant...i'll deal with inferior textures but at least I know my wallet is not getting bent over nV and Intel
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post #352 of 3587
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There are people out there defending the pricing rolleyes.gif . Guess some people just love being lubed up... Lets be real here, the vast majority of people on OCN can't afford this card. Gone are the days of $550 Flagships... and that's pretty sad.

Well I have to argue that all intel cpu owners post the original i7 and it's little siblings are also the cause

When intel started to differentiate their products with x series motherboard, that was the real start of this madness

Your i5 is like what celeron was 10 years ago, your z motherboard i7 is the same, the equivalent to 10 years ago pentium is the i7 on the x series motherboard...

So in a way us, gamers, enthusiasts are all guilty, unless perhaps if you use amd all this time...

Lmao.
post #353 of 3587
No HBM2 is disappointing. Also the name is stupid. Should've just called it Titan P or at least Titan X2 or something.

And let me guess, August 2 will only be a paper launch or a real "launch" but there will be nearly no stock.

Yeah, no, gonna wait for some real cards with HBM2 to come out.
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specs DO matter...you're getting LESS/INFERIOR goods for a higher price. Suppose an econobox has similar or better 0-60 spec of a high-end sports car built the same year. Does that automatically mean the econobox can suddenly charge exorbitant amount?

Tech advances...so does inflation, but these are NOT inflation.

Titan is supposed to be a halo product, with the most advanced tech on board. nV started screwing with that when they took out compute last year.

I don't care if HBM gains over 5X are minimal in current gaming tests. They want $1K+ then they better give the best they've got at the time, no holding back.

If HBM is not ready yet...don't release the Titan...who knows maybe AMD has a trump card on monday if recent history is anything to go by...they're dead to me in the upper GPU segment.

i paid $300ish for a cut-down midrange (670) and I felt like a chump then but I can't believe they've taken the milking to the next level.

Pretty much this.

Titan is supposed to represent the pinnacle of the product stack. This Titan XP is anything but.
post #355 of 3587
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Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post

I said it previously that I don't like the price, (who does?) but arguing against the Titan Pascal's performance will get you nowhere. The performance is uncontested. The only complaint that makes sense at this point is the pricing.

40% improvement over 1080 is meh for that ridiculous price. No competition so Nvidia is content to milk more while sitting on faster cards.

Just cause it is 40% over the fastest card doesnt make it all impressive.
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No HBM2 is disappointing. Also the name is stupid. Should've just called it Titan P or at least Titan X2 or something.

And let me guess, August 2 will only be a paper launch or a real "launch" but there will be nearly no stock.

Yeah, no, gonna wait for some real cards with HBM2 to come out.

Should have just changed it to a god like Chaos which was a primordial deity...Chaos X
post #357 of 3587
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40% improvement over 1080 is meh for that price. No competition so Nvidia is content to milk more while sitting on faster cards.

Just cause it is 40% over the fastest card doesmt make it all impressive.

I can pretty much guarantee right now it won't be 40% improvement. We'd be lucky if it hits 30% improvement.

Just look at Titan X vs 980: Titan X was exactly 1.5x of 980 in terms of chip specs, but in actual gaming it was anywhere from 25-35% faster. If we assume similar scaling with Pascal, Titan XP will probably be around 25% faster than 1080 on average.
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Should have just changed it to a different god like Chaos which was a primordial deity...Chaos X

Titanic X
post #358 of 3587
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Titanic X

every card comes with jen tastefully posing on a couch etched into your cards backplate.

Cuz lets face it this isnt sinking anytime soon, this card will sell well. and always will unless they pull a titan z price.
Edited by saintruski - 7/21/16 at 11:50pm
post #359 of 3587
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I can pretty much guarantee right now it won't be 40% improvement. We'd be lucky if it hits 30% improvement.

Just look at Titan X vs 980: Titan X was exactly 1.5x of 980 in terms of chip specs, but in actual gaming it was anywhere from 25-35% faster. If we assume similar scaling with Pascal, Titan XP will probably be around 25% faster than 1080 on average.
Titanic X

Meanwhile og titan x selling for 300.

Ppl get con and pay for 1200 and sue nvidia. smile.gif


Anyway... So do they have backplate?
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Also, Titan XP probably won't even reach 2 GHz, if GP104 is any indication.

Generally, the big chips overclock slightly worse than their smaller counterparts, as we saw for GM200 vs GM204. nVidia's officially listed boost for 1080 is 1733 MHz, and the usable ceiling seems to be around 2100, so that's 21% headroom. Titan XP's officially listed boost is 1531 MHz, and a 21% headroom means a usable ceiling of around 1850 MHz. eek.gif
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