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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post

I doubt it'll be much faster than the GTX 1080, probably more in line with the difference between 980Ti and Titan X. Virtually nothing in it, regardless of the fact it had more Cuda cores and larger memory buffer.
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difference between 980Ti & old Titan X is ~7-8%, this will be at least 25% faster than 1080, potentially 30-35%
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But this is the reason why Nvidia can charge $1200 and sell a buttload of cards.

2x the speed vs Titan X means a ton of time and money saved for scientific work etc

Dunno how many times it's been stated already on these forums but the Titan line isn't marketed towards scientific or any other kind of work. It is a halo product and it is bought for gaming among other reasons, mainly plugging it out the PC at night and sleeping with it.

This kind of justification needs to stop. I can make up something as stupid every time i read it.
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Originally Posted by XxOsurfer3xX View Post

This does not mean anything for gaming, since this for sure is due to mixed precision and all that jazz, not due to pure floating point horsepower. So this is great for deep learning but is not going to be like this for other applications that do need floating point precision, like for example most graphics applications.

Yep.

Funny tidbit: 700 series Titan Blacks were 30% faster than 700 series Titan Blacks. if you ran them without a monitor attached and used them for JUST MATH they'd stabilize stock on air at 1.3GHz, that's a 30% increase over the 890 stock speed!

Any time you use less of a processor you can often get MUCH MUCH higher speeds reported. Truth is that if you pushed the Titan P to try to get the same performance out of it in graphics, it'd auto-limit.
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Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post

Without wanting to go OT, you're a bit confused. I suggest you take 5 minutes and think carefully about it.

Not sure about his math, but if he is correct. 200% faster means it is 3 times faster.

Think about just 50% faster = 100 + (100 x .5)

Therefor 200% would be 100fps = 100fps + (100 x 2) = 300 FPS. Which is 3 times faster.

I think you are thinking of just 100 x 2 which is incorrect.

100 x 2 = 200 fps which would only be 100% faster.



Sorry for going offtopic.

I hope for the best for the new Titan X, btw will it keep its name? I'm hoping there would be a new codename!
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Without wanting to go OT, you're a bit confused. I suggest you take 5 minutes and think carefully about it.
I'll try last time,

you have 1, 200% of 1 is 2. since we are saying 200% fast let's add 1+2=3. so that means 3x of original value.

the guy i replied to originally was saying 200% faster means 4 times faster. which as i explained is not true. now you take 50 minutes and think carefully about it. maths is really difficult for some on this forum it seems. Nx means N times of original value, a multiplication.

This "200% faster means 2x faster, or 3x as fast" doesn't make any sense at all. it should be "200 % faster means 2x more (addition), or 3x faster of original value (multiplication)"

/ot
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Therefor 200% would be 100fps = 100fps + (100 x 2) = 300 FPS. Which is 3 times faster.

300 FPS is 2x faster than 100 FPS. That's my whole point.

What you and the other dude are saying is that 100 FPS is 1x faster than 100 FPS, which makes absolutely no sense. 100 FPS is 0x faster than 100 FPS (which means not faster at all).
    
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I'll try last time,

you have 1, 200% of 1 is 2. since we are saying 200% fast let's add 1+2=3. so that means 3x of original value.

the guy i replied to originally was saying 200% faster means 4 times faster. which as i explained is not true. now you take 50 minutes and think carefully about it. maths is really difficult for some on this forum it seems. Nx means N times of original value, a multiplication.

This "200% faster means 2x faster, or 3x as fast" doesn't make any sense at all. it should be "200 % faster means 2x more (addition), or 3x faster of original value (multiplication)"

/ot

 

I agree you have to think about it. So using visuals is best in my opinion. This doesn't seem too complicated a formula so Excel is suited just to show the blocks. Right off the bat you have to be specific. The Title states "FASTER". Not as Fast as.

You have 1, 100% faster than that 1 = 2. (quantum packets of performance)

To get another 100% faster (200% faster) than the "original" 1 would be 3 (quantum packets) :D

 

Now If i'm not as smart as a 5th grader, which could be likely, due to alcohol consumption let me know where I went wrong lol.

 

Actually I wish the new Titan XP was actually 200% faster in games than the OG Titan X. That would justify the price, but No one thinks that is reality. Reality is the Jedi mind trick of synthetic benchmarks we see. smoke and mirrors.

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TS is so slow...


This benchmark was already out on Videocardz.com 3-4 days before. rolleyes.gif
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I agree you have to think about it. So using visuals is best in my opinion. This doesn't seem too complicated a formula so Excel is suited just to show the blocks. Right off the bat you have to be specific. The Title states "FASTER". Not as Fast as.
You have 1, 100% faster than that 1 = 2. (quantum packets of performance)
To get another 100% faster (200% faster) than the "original" 1 would be 3 (quantum packets) biggrin.gif


Now If i'm not as smart as a 5th grader, which could be likely, due to alcohol consumption let me know where I went wrong lol.

Actually I wish the new Titan XP was actually 200% faster in games than the OG Titan X. That would justify the price, but No one thinks that is reality. Reality is the Jedi mind trick of synthetic benchmarks we see. smoke and mirrors.

I like to see things in terms of finance.

If my boss tells me to increase profits of $100,000 by 200% next quarter, then I need to figure out how to hit $300,000 to satisfy him.

If you match it:
$100,000 to $100,000 = No Gain (Fired)
$100,000 to $200,000 = 100% Gain (Potentially Fired)
$100,000 to $300,000 = 200% Gain (Boss Happy)

Don't screw this up and be the guy who gets fired. biggrin.gif
post #30 of 123
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300 FPS is 2x faster than 100 FPS. That's my whole point.

What you and the other dude are saying is that 100 FPS is 1x faster than 100 FPS, which makes absolutely no sense. 100 FPS is 0x faster than 100 FPS (which means not faster at all).
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100x2=/=300.

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