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That would be a fair argument IF this card didn't effect the entire market's pricing. But it does.

The mainstream cards GTX X60, Radeon X80 (including the 480 for which reviewers have been singing its p/p praises) are still in the same ballpark they have been for years. So no I don't believe it affects the entire market. Even if it did they still owe you nothing. If it is too expensive the market will correct like it did with the Titan Z. I suspect Nvidia is still feeling out what the market .will bear.

you don't seem to realize the bait and switch nvida has done. though the naming scheme/pricing is the same for the cards, the chip in the X60 to X80 cards are of a lesser tier. what cards would have a GX 100/110 chips now have GX104 (that use to be in the GTX X60 cards) and the GTX X60 cards now have GX106 chips.

this is why it's advantageous for those that "know" to inform those that don't not make a bad purchase.
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there's only one slight problem. you said it's gonna be a $750 1080Ti.


anyways, seems like we have a group of people on OCN who think they are somehow in position to judge those who buy pricey GPUs just because they picked up some cheap ass 290s off miner's rigs back in 2014 and have been afraid to drop a penny on a card ever since, making their reputation points on OCN solely by repeating populistic slogans.

remember, more miners' 290s = more knowledge.

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I have a bigger problem for you.

Titan X is the new 1080 Ti, and there wont be a 1080 Ti unless AMD pull out smth.


The Ti didnt exist because Nvidia just want to release them (I mentioned this many time)

Lol you guys never give up. Just admit you were dead wrong. I argued that we would see a Titan in the next month. Most argued that I was way off and wrong. I never said we would see a Ti before the Titan. I said we would see a Ti before the end of the year and that I hope it would be $750-800. It still very well could be. But now like anyone in denial you have now shifted your argument to that again a 1080Ti will never exist. Just give up already. We still have 1080Ti coming which will offer aftermarket PCB's and lastly we'll have something similar to Titan Black which will be full Pascal with 16xhbm and likely cost over $1500.
 
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Lol you guys never give up. Just admit you were dead wrong. I argued that we would see a Titan in the next month. Most argued that I was way off and wrong. I never said we would see a Ti before the Titan. I said we would see a Ti before the end of the year and that I hope it would be $750-800. It still very well could be. But now like anyone in denial you have now shifted your argument to that again a 1080Ti will never exist. Just give up already. We still have 1080Ti coming which will offer aftermarket PCB's and lastly we'll have something similar to Titan Black which will be full Pascal with 16xhbm and likely cost over $1500.

An 1080Ti makes sense, there's a very wide gap between 1080 and Titan X. As why they released the Titan X first... I think some guys are mentioning AMD is releasing something on Monday, so nVidia has released their TOPMOST model first, then AMD will release their product at certain price and then nVidia can counter with a same-price Ti with better performance (hopefully) and still have the TX as King. If they released the Ti first, AMD would then counter with price, and nVidia couldn't really counter with the TX because it would be higher priced.
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But SLI is a nightmare at times, very rarely gets close to 100% scaling, sometimes doesn't work at all, etc.

If someone sat there and had 2 1080s in one hand, and the new titan in the other, I'd choose the titan everytime. Nothing beats the "smoothness" and stability of a single GPU.
+1 I don't need 2 gpus, i have 1 pci-e slot x16
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An 1080Ti makes sense, there's a very wide gap between 1080 and Titan X. As why they released the Titan X first... I think some guys are mentioning AMD is releasing something on Monday, so nVidia has released their TOPMOST model first, then AMD will release their product at certain price and then nVidia can counter with a same-price Ti with better performance (hopefully) and still have the TX as King. If they released the Ti first, AMD would then counter with price, and nVidia couldn't really counter with the TX because it would be higher priced.

Titan always comes out before the Ti. Seeing that this is not full blown gp100 basically gives us a reliable road map of whats to come. TitanXP-1080Ti-Big Pascal. I expect both the new Titan and the Big Titan to be limited to Nvidia's design. 1080Ti will be the only one offering aftermarket designs. The 1080Ti in a Lightning design will be the one I'll be waiting for in a pair obviously. I have zero issues with SLI and haven't for many years.
 
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The next card to be released is Titan X Ultra and the next will be 1080 ti.
It is too obvious and simple. There will be no HBM2 since Pascal is just inbetween generation, made because of monopoly.
Expect that HBM2 in the next one wink.gif
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Lol you guys never give up. Just admit you were dead wrong. I argued that we would see a Titan in the next month. Most argued that I was way off and wrong. I never said we would see a Ti before the Titan. I said we would see a Ti before the end of the year and that I hope it would be $750-800. It still very well could be. But now like anyone in denial you have now shifted your argument to that again a 1080Ti will never exist. Just give up already. We still have 1080Ti coming which will offer aftermarket PCB's and lastly we'll have something similar to Titan Black which will be full Pascal with 16xhbm and likely cost over $1500.
are you Parker Lewis ?
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The doom vulkan patch must have pre-empted this launch before Pascal loses its edge and appeal completely. Time Spy is buying NVIDIA some time now but how long can that last?
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The doom vulkan patch must have pre-empted this launch before Pascal loses its edge and appeal completely. Time Spy is buying NVIDIA some time now but how long can that last?
yes Doom Vulkan, singlehandedely, will be the end of nvidia

definitely
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I said I don't wait if I need and if what I need is available.

If I need something that isn't available, I must wait. I didn't seriously consider getting a GTX 1080 because it would not have filled my need for a decisive single card upgrade.

If I don't need, I am free to wait until I do. If I had a Pascal Titan, it would fill my needs, and a better GPU showing up five minutes later would do nothing to change that.

I understood what you meant. Some people "feel" they always need the best even though what they have is sufficient.
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