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Originally Posted by Lee Patekar View Post

People don't buy a Lamborghini because they need more horsepower.. they buy one for the sake of owning one. That's the idea of "luxury items".

You're fooling yourself. This Titan X isn't a luxury item. It is not best of class, it is a cut-down gaming card. A luxury item would have HBM2 for ML/DNN applications.

If you buy this card because you want to buy the best, you've been conned. There's a much more expensive GP out there.

On the other hand, it is somewhat in line with what they have previously offered in GK.
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[quote name="bigjdubb" url="/t/1606550/twitter-jen-hsun-introduces-the-new-nvidia-titan-x/600#post_25370737" It wouldn't matter if it was 160% faster than the current TX, without HBM2 it is a letdown.
you cant mean that lachen.gif

HBM2 is just 3 letters and a number, end performance is the most important thing, at 160% you would be drooling over it rolleyes.gif[/quote]

true 160% would be pretty strong.

the new Titan X is 25-35% faster than GTX 1080. Even with HBM2 it would only be 30-38% faster.

A 160% faster new Titan X with GDDR5X over a GTX 1080 definitively sounds better than a 30-38% faster Titan X with HBM2.

But the reality is that the card is not 60% faster than a GTX 1080.

People have to decide for themselves, but I genuinely think that the card is way overprice, even for Nvidias standards.

1200$ for a cut card that is probably "just" 25-35% faster than a GTX 1080.

It doesn't sound right. If you have more brass than brains go for it, but if you need to take a credit/loan that money from someone I know I wouldn't do it. Turning settings a tad higher is not worth it to pay 1200$ for a product that might be bettered pretty fast.

But the card is going to sell well and sell out in the US like all Nvidia cards do.
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Well color me unimpressed, no HBM2 means I don't want it. It wouldn't matter if it was 160% faster than the current TX, without HBM2 it is a letdown.

Why are people so obsessed about HBM2? It doesn't matter if it's HBM2 or GDDR5 or running mice on steroids. What ends up mattering is the performance and features, It's not like the damn cards are upgradeable and by having GDDR5X you're gonna bottleneck a future GPU chip, so yeah you have to think of better memory for the long run. This ain't the case. Would you buy the card if it used quantum computing but yielded 10% of the performance?
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People have to decide for themselves, but I genuinely think that the card is way overprice, even for Nvidias standards.

1200$ for a cut card that is probably "just" 25-35% faster than a GTX 1080.

It doesn't sound right. If you have more brass than brains go for it, but if you need to take a credit/loan that money from someone I know I wouldn't do it. Turning settings a tad higher is not worth it to pay 1200$ for a product that might be bettered pretty fast.

But the card is going to sell well and sell out in the US like all Nvidia cards do.
all true, bad p/p, so why were you trying to make get one then ? rolleyes.gif
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So 16 months after the last Titan-X we are introduced to the Titan-XP

 

New Architecture

New Die Shrink

New Memory

New Price hike 20% higher

 

So why am I not falling all over this? History, plain and simple. Nvidia's own historical cleverness has my feet in concrete on this reveal.

 

My question not answered as there are no Official Reviews of this card as of yet. (correct me if wrong) Did any of the usual suspect reviewer sites get cards under NDA? When is NDA up if it exists?

 

Also Bottlenecking a CPU? and (SLI > 2 demise)....is this related. Did Nvidia hit the CPU wall under testing with 3 of these cards and realize no one could benefit from cards 3 and 4 for games anyway? These are the questions I am fielding.

 

I need to change my signature to Nvidia - "One drop of Milk at a Time".

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all true, bad p/p, so why were you trying to make get one then ? rolleyes.gif

I thought you were rich mate frown.gif
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If you buy this card because you want to buy the best, you've been conned. There's a much more expensive GP out there.

There is no better graphics card for gaming.
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I thought you were rich mate frown.gif
nah I half-starved for years to get this 1080 and this Gsync monitor frown.gif

such is the hypnotic power of Jen-Hsuns leather jacket
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yey for small volta with stackable hbm2 in 2017
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I am sure anyone with a brain will get a WB.
that's another story. modded bios with wc and I'm sure 1080 will look like it's dated back to middle ages in performance comparison. now back to your turnips 1080 owners
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