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Originally Posted by th3illusiveman View Post

Love how people blame AMD. Like getting angry with the police and not the criminal who stabbed you in the gut.

Yes AMD helps keep Nvidia pricing in check, but Nvidia are the ones who raise the prices. Aim your anger at them.
Amd is the reason for everything bad in this world. period.
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Can i sli this titan x with my titan x ? biggrin.gif

Only if you do 3 way SLI for some Titan XXX action. wink.gif
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its as black as Huangs jacket redface.gif
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Amd is the reason for everything bad in this world. period.

I blame AMD for terrible lunch I had today. tongue.gif
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Yes AMD helps keep Nvidia pricing in check
that's a good one lachen.gif


wonder if I could buy thatsexy ass black cooler off sb who goes on water and slap it on 1080
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that's a good one lachen.gif

So AMD isn't to blame for the price hikes then? wink.gif

anyways I gotta head to bed, have fun y'all lol
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so how big will this die be ? ~440-450 mm2 ? or 470-480mm2 ?


stock vs stock we can expect this to be ~30% faster than a 1080 in games ? maybe 35% ..

Probably 490-510mm2.

314mm2 = 7.2 billion transistors.

12/7.2 = 1.666

1.666* 314 = 523mm2.

Larger dies have higher transistor density so 490 to 510mm2.
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GDDR5X.....
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Personally waiting for HBM2 cards.

I expect HBM2 is likely reserved for the GP100 Tesla parts for some time, possibly until next generation.

GP102 may not even have HBM2 controllers/PHYs.
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1. $1200?!?!?!?! mad.gif Where does the price rising end?

When they reach a price where they don't sell.
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3. 12 billion transistors is 67% more than the GTX 1080's 7.2 billion, even though the shader count on this Titan is only 40% higher and the memory bus only 50% larger. I think this chip is either strongly cut-down and/or GP102 has some extra double-precision hardware that the lower gaming chips don't.

If GP102 is a different die than GP100, there isn't much reason to include extra PF64 hardware, so probably disabled SMs.
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that's a good one lachen.gif

In the segments where they have competition, both companies do keep the pricing of the other in check.

However, there won't be competition in this segment for a while, so NVIDIA can price the 1080 and Titan X wherever they feel like and people will buy them.
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In the segment where they have competition, both companies do keep the pricing of the other in check.
ftfy

1060/1070/1080/TX, only the 1060 has competition
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Amd is the reason for everything bad in this world. period.

well technically they didn't do anything wrong.
they didn't do anything good either.
they didn't do anything at all actually.
Edited by Klocek001 - 7/22/16 at 1:21am
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