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For people that dont know, i was still able to buy one yesterday , im from canada,montreal, thanks a lot for the guy that tell us that shipping to canada was working now, otherwise i would not try again. Thanks so much. I receive my card tomorrow before 12pm.


Sorry if already added, i didnt read this thread much , i found 4 reviews very interesting:
(Several reviews released)

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nvidia-titan-x-12gb,4700-6.html

http://hothardware.com/reviews/nvidia-titan-x-review

http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/NVIDIA-Titan-X-Pascal-12GB-Graphics-Card-Review

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73148-nvidia-titan-x-12gb-performance-review.html

I will add new ones here if interesting enough
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Power consumption goes down as temps go down. I managed to shave off roughly 30W of power on my 980 Ti going from 80C (stock cooling) to 40C (custom loop). So watercooling could be beneficial in cases where you need to squeeze out every last watt for performance.
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Power consumption goes down as temps go down. I managed to shave off roughly 30W of power on my 980 Ti going from 80C (stock cooling) to 40C (custom loop). So watercooling could be beneficial in cases where you need to squeeze out every last watt for performance.

Is watercooling better for keep the card working for a longer time, like several years ? I always fear that foundrs ed card burn within 2-3 years at 85c. In the past i always bought custom card with 3 fans, and my case has great cooling fan, i never get a card hotter than 70c. Thanks for answer, i really want to know that
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It's very fast, as a new GPU should be. But for that price Nvidia can go suck an egg. It's just a GPU at the end of the day, and no matter what fancy name they throw on it and marketing tricks they use, it's not anywhere close to being worth that money. Next Titan X is going to be $1500 an people will still buy it lol. Then the next will be $2000. Its what the people want.
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I remember when people ran out and bought the original titan for $1000 thinking it was special, and that it was the second coming. Then AMD came in and crushed it with a $400 GPU afew months later, then Nvidia themselves came in and stomped on it with the "Fully unlocked" Titan Black.

Point is, those people got duped by advertising. They bought something Nvidia marketed to be revolutionary, when it was just another GPU. Reviewers all gave Nvidia a free pass on their price point, while going to town on the competition for cost cutting short comings (for significantly cheaper cards) and time kept ticking on.

Then they release a Titan X and again, the same marketing tricks, and again, dozens fall for it including reviewers, and again, a $350 card crushes it in afew months time.

The exact same thing will happen with this one. You are not buying a special card, you are not buying an artifact or a collectors edition, just a piece of silicon which will be rendered obselete by even more advanced silicon in afew months.And still, people will go out and buy it. rolleyes.gif
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Some much anger on here it's pretty sad. Yeah video cards are going up in price but guess what....so is mostly everything else. Video cards are my favorite computer part and I try to get the new one when it comes out. I skipped the 1080 and waited for the Titan. I don't think about the money I just love the hardware. Just got love for the hobby. Some people can't afford the stuff that costs the most in the hobby, that's in every hobby. Not everyone has Lamborghinis and it's ok. Just relax people we are all here for the same reason. Let's wait for some reviews and see how this card looks....this is a benchmark thread right smile.gif
Again with the stupid car metaphors. People thought the original titan was a Lamborghini of cards and guess what, noone cares about that card anymore. If you actually had a lamborghini, even one 10 years old. People would still take notice. It's very silly comparison. GPUS age like milk.

They should add a customary can of Lube free with every Titan, because it's pretty obvious what the people buying it like.
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Originally Posted by th3illusiveman View Post

It's very fast, as a new GPU should be. But for that price Nvidia can go suck an egg. It's just a GPU at the end of the day, and no matter what fancy name they throw on it and marketing tricks they use, it's not anywhere close to being worth that money. Next Titan X is going to be $1500 an people will still buy it lol. Then the next will be $2000. Its what the people want.
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I remember when people ran out and bought the original titan for $1000 thinking it was special, and that it was the second coming. Then AMD came in and crushed it with a $400 GPU afew months later, then Nvidia themselves came in and stomped on it with the "Fully unlocked" Titan Black.

Point is, those people got duped by advertising. They bought something Nvidia marketed to be revolutionary, when it was just another GPU. Reviewers all gave Nvidia a free pass on their price point, while going to town on the competition for cost cutting short comings (for significantly cheaper cards) and time kept ticking on.

Then they release a Titan X and again, the same marketing tricks, and again, dozens fall for it including reviewers, and again, a $350 card crushes it in afew months time.

The exact same thing will happen with this one. You are not buying a special card, you are not buying an artifact or a collectors edition, just a piece of silicon which will be rendered obselete by even more advanced silicon in afew months.And still, people will go out and buy it. rolleyes.gif
Again with the stupid car metaphors. People thought the original titan was a Lamborghini of cards and guess what, noone cares about that card anymore. If you actually had a lamborghini, even one 10 years old. People would still take notice. It's very silly comparison. GPUS age like milk.

So intel can charge $1700 for a 246mm2 die (6950x) but Nvidia can't charge $1200 for a 471mm2 die and a whole board and memory and etc to support it? And don't compare technology to cars. Besides, if you had the money to buy a brand new lambo, you'd have rich friends. And as new models came out, you'd feel the need to upgrade in order for "people to take notice" as you mentioned.

Nvidia came out with an amazing card. the GTX 1080. With great performance. And a pretty damn good price point. That is their top end official gaming card. The Titan X is for those who want the best of the best, and realize it's not a value proposition. It's just a matter of getting the best. And they're sold out. So enough of us like the cards enough, even at this price.

I had 3 original GTX Titans. Titan Black came out, and my card was still better. Because the original Titan could be voltage unlocked and hit 1.4GHz. 780ti/titan black couldn't dethrone it. I upgraded to 3 Titan Xs. And I loved them. They were the fastest card in existence until the 1080 came out, beating it by only 10% after overclocking both. And now the Pascal Titan X is out, and it is an actually amazing card in terms of performance when you consider you can OC it by 40% under water with a modified bios. Leaving it at about 2x the performance of an overclocked Maxwell Titan X.

If it's not in your budget, because you're looking at this in terms of performance per dollar, you are looking at the wrong card. This card was never meant to compete in that category. Just like the Intel 6950x wasn't meant to compete like that. It's a premium product, with a premium price, that is still substantially better than anything else on the market....including the ability to match the SLI performance of 2 GTX 1080s once it's overclocked.
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So intel can charge $1700 for a 246mm2 die (6950x) but Nvidia can't charge $1200 for a 471mm2 die and a whole board and memory and etc to support it? And don't compare technology to cars. Besides, if you had the money to buy a brand new lambo, you'd have rich friends. And as new models came out, you'd feel the need to upgrade in order for "people to take notice" as you mentioned.

Nvidia came out with an amazing card. the GTX 1080. With great performance. And a pretty damn good price point. That is their top end official gaming card. The Titan X is for those who want the best of the best, and realize it's not a value proposition. It's just a matter of getting the best. And they're sold out. So enough of us like the cards enough, even at this price.

I had 3 original GTX Titans. Titan Black came out, and my card was still better. Because the original Titan could be voltage unlocked and hit 1.4GHz. 780ti/titan black couldn't dethrone it. I upgraded to 3 Titan Xs. And I loved them. They were the fastest card in existence until the 1080 came out, beating it by only 10% after overclocking both.
And now the Pascal Titan X is out, and it is an actually amazing card in terms of performance when you consider you can OC it by 40% under water with a modified bios. Leaving it at about 2x the performance of an overclocked Maxwell Titan X.


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
If it's not in your budget, because you're looking at this in terms of performance per dollar, you are looking at the wrong card. This card was never meant to compete in that category. Just like the Intel 6950x wasn't meant to compete like that. It's a premium product, with a premium price, that is still substantially better than anything else on the market....including the ability to match the SLI performance of 2 GTX 1080s once it's overclocked.
Someone already modded the bios? Where do you get this info from?
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Someone already modded the bios? Where do you get this info from?

No no. Just going based off of the OC reviews where people where hitting a cap before thermals were really an issue, pointing to the 120% power target as being the main issue.
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One thing is for sure, for the first time there is no resolution available that the current flagship video card can't handle.
not strictly true, isnt 5K a thing ?

plus surround stuff with 7000+ * 2000+ resolutions or whatever they are
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1080p/1440p/4k benches


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1080p/1440p benches


All of these benches seem pointless without an OC to 1900-2000MHz, since these cards are so underclocked...but still, looking at the performance, makes me happier about the purchase. =D
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