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Originally Posted by Oj010 View Post

There are plenty of people who skipped the 780 non-Ti and 980 non-Ti knowing that they were not the big Kepler/Maxwell cards. Those same people made a lot of noise here about skipping the GTX 1080 for the same reason. You were obviously not one of them.

I can't say it was worth waiting.

The new TitanX is going to be about 30% faster than a 1080 for $500 more.
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post #472 of 3587
I agree. Well, this is one way to push to the hold over 980ti and TitanX Maxwell owners to upgrade to either a $700 1080 or $1,200 Pascal Titan. Given the lack of async (don't think Nvidia will ever enable it or can for that matter) for Maxwell and relative async capability of Pascal (notwithstanding software load balancing/preemption), either these Maxwell owners upgrade now, or see further degradation of performance as more dx12/vulkan games become prominent with some async compute.
Seems like a push a for quarter end..lol
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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.

Your previous comparison with the honda civic not rising in price was flawed as it has competition. That is the main point, nvidia has barely any competition now. Yes nvidia are completely greedy and have taken it way to far but they have zero competition, look at amd when they released the 7970 first it had no competition and the price of it was higher than we had seen yet for gpu's because of that. Every company will do what they can get away with.

edit - I dont blame amd, just trying to point out companies will push as far as the market allows, i.e what people are willing to accept and the lack of competition. If amd did manage to compete on a 1:1 level however we would see price drops on nvidias side.
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post #474 of 3587
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I can't say it was worth waiting.

The new TitanX is going to be about 30% faster than a 1080 for $500 more.

People buying $ 1,700 CPUs and $ 600 motherboards certainly don't have value for money anywhere near the forefront of their priorities.
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Wait a minute let me get this stuff right

GP102 <=== what??
Price $1,200 USD <== 102 chip for 1,200? double what?

30% faster gp102 + 1,200??

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah
post #476 of 3587
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Originally Posted by criminal View Post

1080Ti $1k then?
Probably $899-$999 for the GTX 1080Ti yes.

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Yes, i'm sure a 1080ti will happen around March 2017 with the full cuda count and 16Gb for $1000. So you get screwed over if you bought the GTX 1080, and you'll get massively screwed over again if you buy into the new Titan X. Sigh...

Who said Titan X doesnt use a full GP102?
Remember this isnt GP100 which we know have more cores because of Tesla P100
post #477 of 3587
nvidia is showing it's true colors (green) bring it on!!! next is titan x2 (nah just call it a titan so that we have 10 titans to buy) for 9999$
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First time I won't be buying a high end (Titan/Ti) card at launch. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
    
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People buying $ 1,700 CPUs and $ 600 motherboards certainly don't have value for money anywhere near the forefront of their priorities.

True. But unlike Maxwell where you could overclock a Titan and catch 980 SLI, you won't be doing that with Pascal.

Of course, some will be buying a pair of Titan Pascals.
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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% ..

Are you being "overly optimistic" this time? wink.gif

Now i wonder where is our great o majin..
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