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SLI 780s (non Ti) chugging on.....Not too impressed, especially considering the price. I'll wait for Vega and maybe 1080Ti or Volta to upgrade I guess
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When you checked out and picked the shipping option. Mine said 1-3 days.

Would be nice to get GTA V on consistent 60-75fps maxed on 3440 x 1440
p.

This is what I'm currently getting with my Lightnings at 1500mhz+. I doubt this Titan will keep you above 50 on a single card unless you plan on dialing some settings back. GtaV looks so good with everything maxed including Msaa 8x in 3440x1440p.

 
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double frame rate is pretty huge

4096 vega wont come anywhere close to being 2x framerate of a 480, only 6144 vega will have that


Pascal only "dissapoints" those who dont own it wink.gif

No, high end pascal disappoints those who have been around the gpu industry longer than before many here posting these days could even start to walk. Double the frame rate for a $1000 dollar premium is pretty huge? Let's be real here...

Besides, all this talk as if the Titan XP is on some high pedestal is very reminiscent of the OG Titan, except it's now a cut down card. People speculated the 290x wouldn't touch the OG titan either before release.... how'd that turn out?
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Double is a crap ton in this day and age.

This isn't the 2000s anymore where we were doubling FPS every generation, sadly those days are gone forever I think. It was bound to slow down, look at CPUs. frown.gif

I fear you may be right... Getting a proper GPU upgrade from generation to generation is long gone... It seems now you have to wait atleast 1 or 2 generations for it to be worth it.. and at the current market prices I'm still struggling to see a card worth the money as an upgrade to my card.
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post #114 of 670
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So Nvidia just pulled a fast one? They put their flagship title on a cut down chip?! What?! What bogus! The first Titan ever was a full chip back then right? If so, wow times have changed. Next it'll be Titan Black Premium OC edition lol.

If anything, this chip should've been the 1080ti, then the titan full at 3840. Unless they plan on cutting the titan 3504 down more to like 3200-3300 CUDA and call it 1080ti.

First Titan was a cutdown chip( 2688/2880 GK110), the only full chip Titans are Titan Black(2880/2880, GK110B) and Titan X Maxwell(3072/3072, GM200)

This chip is 1080Ti, but there was no need to sell it as 1080Ti as AMD don't have a card faster than the 1080. Therefore it is sold as Titan instead because that allow Nvidia to charge $1200 for it instead of $850. When Vega comes out this will be rebranded as 1080Ti and a full chip Titan with a hot factory OC will be rushed out.
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Actual owner here, Mine is actually 1974 in game benchmarks, with boost 3.0 it would step back to 1947-63 sometimes during a long run or after 30 min of games. Average overclock is around 2.1, mine about 2085. Also if you drag power and volt slider to max and feed it 1.09V through AB but don't touch clock it will hold 2Ghz in Heaven.

My card is watercooled so obviously it stays cooler, but mine doesn't drop below 2113mhz under any load. I want to see what the Titan XP does under water and full load.

It's looking to be about 20-30% max overclock versus max overclock if it overclocks the same as the 1080 where you can max out the clocks the same under water and air, but it will throttle under air.
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Pascal is donezo!! Lets move onto Volta biggrin.gif
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post #117 of 670
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This is what I'm currently getting with my Lightnings at 1500mhz+. I doubt this Titan will keep you above 50 on a single card unless you plan on dialing some settings back. GtaV looks so good with everything maxed including Msaa 8x in 3440x1440p.


Maybe he was talking about a single GPU setup. Some of us do not like SLI, and in my case, it's useless (VR).
post #118 of 670
My Titan has shipped! Check your emails.
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No, high end pascal disappoints those who have been around the gpu industry longer than before many here posting these days could even start to walk. Double the frame rate for a $1000 dollar premium is pretty huge? Let's be real here...

Besides, all this talk as if the Titan XP is on some high pedestal is very reminiscent of the OG Titan, except it's now a cut down card. People speculated the 290x wouldn't touch the OG titan either before release.... how'd that turn out?

I completely disagree, I've been here since 2004 and I'm one of the older people on the site. I've been buying flagship models for nearly 2 decades now. I see patterns and realize that technology is not the same as it was 10 years ago, and I lower my expectations. If you expect another 8800GTX in our lifetime, than you will constantly be disappointed. Hardware is not making the leaps and bounds it use to, and it never will again unless a breakthrough is made.

Just be glad that GPUs aren't like CPUs yet, where we see a 5-7% increase every year. It's going to happen at some point.
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post #119 of 670
so i cant seem to fgure out what to do here..

sell 1080 buy titan XP or buy another 1080

if the Ti is coming out early 2017 illl just keep the 1x 1080 until then..

and then it sells out in minutes and i have to wait months F5'ing...

makes the TITAN XP look like a pure winner to me no???

tell me why i shouldnt sell my card and go with this
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If you find something to play and actually have the money and wanna buy it, by all means go for it, I`m selling my 1080 and using my intel HD530, since there is nothing to play, or perhaps it`s just me and I dont care about games as much as I used to.
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