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yeah but FP32 is used gaming, 3d rendering, 3d capture
fp8 on deep learning

in a note, too bad hardware canucks didn't test on things the card can be used for
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It's a great card IMO. At 4K, it's minimums are higher than the 1080's average in most titles:
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I think it should achieve a good 60fps in most titles after a healthy OC.
Edited by Murlocke - 8/2/16 at 9:46pm
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Better be careful when overclocking, because:
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Originally Posted by PCPer 
Power draw increases as we expected with our GPU power target increased by 20%. The new settings take our card up over 320 watts a few times, but it seems to stabilize around 300 watts or so. Power through the motherboard slot exceeds 66 watts and hits as much as 6.0A of power draw. That is definitely over the PCI Express spec, but since we are in an overclocked state, it isn't alarming. Still, it's good to know where things stand with this new flagship graphics card.

huehuehue devil.gif j/k j/k

Also, interesting that nobody has been able to break 2GHz thus far. Looks to be power limited, but short of a hard mod/bios tweak to come later, don't think hitting 2GHz on air will be reliable. Under water it just might inch past 2GHz since lower temps = lower power consumption. And just like GM200, trying to hit 2200 on this card will likely turn it into a 350W+ blast furnace once again.
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As sad as it sounds.. if it was $1000, I'd be all over it.

Stupid Nvidia. mad.gif
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Does $200 actually make a difference to you? Or is it more of a principles thing?
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It's a great card IMO. At 4K, it's minimums are higher than the 1080's average in most titles:

Agreed thumb.gif Happy with the performance, can't wait for my card to get here!
post #287 of 670
its just funny .. anyone that would spend 1000 should have no issue spending 1200..
for my needs, 2 gtx 1080 is better than a titan. but $200 would not stop me from buying it if that is what I needed.
I will wait for canucks professional use review in a few days ...
    
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Agreed thumb.gif Happy with the performance, can't wait for my card to get here!

It exceeded my expectations, and my card should be here within the next 8 hours. I need to sleep already. biggrin.gif
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post #289 of 670
Better then what I thought it would be. $1,200 though to be on bleeding edge for most likely less than 6 months. Nope. Wont do it. I will continue to enjoy my 1080 peasant card. The main thing that is so bad about this. Price and it selling out day 1. Nvidia will see this and they are brazen as it is. The sky is the limit. I can easily see Titan X Black being $1,500. This just open the door for future cards 1180/1280 being more then $700+
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Also, canucks claims it has TDP limit increase (I thought the 1080/1070 didn't?) and only needs 50% fan to achieve a rather healthy OC:

"With the generous 20% Power Limit overhead NVIDIA currently provides, a constant core frequency of 1923MHz and GDDR5X modules that operated just north of 11Gbps. Remember, the TITAN X’s Boost speed is listed at about 1500MHz. It did require a fan speed of 50% but that still wasn’t all that bad from an acoustics perspective. "




I am not sure why they used the 2 games that had the least impressive results (1080 to Titan X, wise) but If that only requires 50% fan, perhaps 2000+ mhz is possible on stock with 100% fan.
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