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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

That's... crazy.

How on earth are people going to know who is talking about which card.

They saw all the car analogies people are always using and decided to go with car nomenclature so now you need a model year. "Introducing the all new 2016 Titan X." tongue.gif Maybe we'll get a commercial with a Sam Elliot voice over.
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But there's no market for a $15 burger is there? Or at least, I can't see it being profitable.

I mean, $15 burgers at a fancy posh restaurant is one thing, $15 burgers at McDonalds is a whole other story.
It seems GPUs have become Veblen goods these days. frown.gif
There's a difference between not being able to afford something, and not buying something because to that person the price is stupid. I really don't think there are that many OCN members who actually, literally, can't afford a $1200 GPU.

Err, the example isn't perfect, haha, but that's what I'm thinking: if McDonald's came out with a $10 burger a few years ago and it sold well, so this year they sold a $15 burger...I think that's reasonable.

You can do the same imagining when BMW rolls out their $150,000 cars. M3 owners are maybe a little antsy, haha.

They surely are Veblen goods. That's what happens when reviewers talk more about GPUs internal specifications and fabrication than they do about final performance and, my favorite metric, frames / $. It's like reading a Bentley review and the first 10 pages are about the quality of the metal used in the engine. Uh...what exactly are you selling me? Oh, right, the brand. rolleyes.gif
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I vote for Titan-XP and be done with it.
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http://www.geforce.com/hardware/10series/titan-x-pascal

I say call it Titan XP as others have said. You get to level up with fanboy experience points in real life! tongue.gif

Yup. Titan XP is what I'm calling it now and I don't care if anybody compares it to Windows XP. Who would've thought? In 2016, 1080 and XP came back into high-end gaming vocabulary, tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

So what the heck is the official name of this card. "Titan X The Ultimate", "Titan X Pascal"?

There's no way there are calling it Titan X, that'd be so confusing.

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/10series/titan-x-pascal

I say call it Titan XP as others have said. You get to level up with fanboy experience points in real life! tongue.gif


I came up with the same idea, but then I thought, no, we should all be glad and thankful that they saved on the marketing department, otherwise the card would cost $1400. thumb.gif


Seriously now, Jen just saw what Intel is charging for their top of the line Broadwell-E 10 core CPU. Trust me, Nvidia will try to get there sooner or later. $1700 for a GPU. The next Titan X (after this and the other one) will probably cost $1400. Reason: HBM2 is expensive.
 
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MSRP: $1200

street price after 2 weeks: $1600

Then if there is a gp100 with HBM 2, MSRP: $1600

Street price: $2000

lol.

Why would the street price after 2 weeks be $1600? i thought it supposed to be lower since it came out? Why would the price gets higher?
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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.

Nvidia have no obligation to you to keep price acceptable, they have a obligation to increase value for their shareholders hence they raise the price when lack of competition from AMD allows them to. You seem to misunderstand how a for-profit company works.

Reminds me of some aids medicine that got its price raised by a mere 5000%. Free market only moves the money in a more unbalanced way to those who have aquired a monopoly. This is also why I like to root for the underdog as they, like AMD, have to price competitive and give technology away for free/better prices (like freesync) to stay in the game.

And red suits me better...

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3246093/Drugs-boss-hiked-price-life-saving-AIDS-treatment-5-000-cent-tried-kidney-pills-vows-reduce-price-refuses-say-much.html
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Why would the street price after 2 weeks be $1600? i thought it supposed to be lower since it came out? Why would the price gets higher?

Because unless you spend the entire day running scripts, refreshing sites, etc and getting the first stock within seconds... they will be bought up and resold at higher prices by....... jerks. Happens every GPU release, happening with the 1080 right now.

I don't think the Titan lineup is affected by it as much, simply due to the fact it's a huge initial investment to buy something for $1200 than resell it for $1400ish. That and the fact the cards won't fly off the shelves at that price.
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Why would the street price after 2 weeks be $1600? i thought it supposed to be lower since it came out? Why would the price gets higher?

He assumes that the card will have limited availability, at least not enough to meet demand. And, frankly, given how the launch of all the 10X0 cards have been up to now, he's probably right. After all the Titan should be harder to manufacture.

So, in a Free Market if product demand is higher than product availability, it's price goes up. That's how it works and it's kinda common sense.
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I came up with the same idea, but then I thought, no, we should all be glad and thankful that they saved on the marketing department, otherwise the card would cost $1400. thumb.gif


Seriously now, Jen just saw what Intel is charging for their top of the line Broadwell-E 10 core CPU. Trust me, Nvidia will try to get there sooner or later. $1700 for a GPU. The next Titan X (after this and the other one) will probably cost $1400. Reason: HBM2 is expensive.

I think Titan VX will cost $1700.

Reasons:

1. 10nm is super expensive
2. HBM2 is expensive
3. Not enough leather jackets
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I think Titan VX will cost $1700.

Reasons:

1. 10nm is super expensive
2. HBM2 is expensive
3. Not enough leather jackets

Mainly #3. He likes the good stuff.
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