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Yeah, AMD needs to come off the next big die...the TX is just a bit rich for my blood, and the 1080 is not a great choice coming from SLI 980s. We need some competition back in the high end, NVidia kind of gets to do whatever it wants to all the people trying to run 4k 60hz...


Hmm given that the Titan X is 117-155% faster than GTX 980 which itself is 10-15% faster than RX 480.


I dont think Vega can be anywhere close, without going upward of 6000 GCN cores.
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I wonder if new Titan X buyers will get broken off by Nvidia in the same way as us OG Titan owners did 3 years ago by releasing a cheaper 1080Ti down the line that is the fully unlocked GP102? That would be hilarious (well, I don't mean that in a trollish way but just in an ironic one) but I don't see Nvidia releasing ANY 1080Ti at all unless AMD releases something at least as competitive as the original 290X was back in 2013. I guess we shall see but the precedent has certainly been set...

I can totally see 1080Ti and top of the line Vega being at least $899 so it won't be as bad as that $699 780Ti lol.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

I wonder if new Titan X buyers will get broken off by Nvidia in the same way as us OG Titan owners did 3 years ago by releasing a cheaper 1080Ti down the line that is the fully unlocked GP102? That would be hilarious (well, I don't mean that in a trollish way but just in an ironic one) but I don't see Nvidia releasing ANY 1080Ti at all unless AMD releases something at least as competitive as the original 290X was back in 2013. I guess we shall see but the precedent has certainly been set...

I think Nvidia intentionally engineers those cards down so you don't have buyers remorse. Remember the unlockable voltage on the OG Titan? Couldn't do that with the 780ti or Titan black, allowing those who bought the card to still get better performance under water. With maxwell, they were careful to not release something better, but something close. For the 1080ti they're likely going to release a higher clocked model that on paper looks as fast if not faster than the Titan xp. But again, once under water, allowing the Titan xp to keep the performance lead, even if a little one.

Think of the Titan xp as the founders edition of the 1080ti. Haha. $200 premium to have it sooner.
post #614 of 670
That is true. OG Titans under water could still beat most 780Tis when clocked over 1330MHz, of course the KPE cards were a bit out of range (in the hands of someone who knew what they were doing anyway). As I said, I'm not sure there will even be a 1080Ti if the 480 is the best AMD can come up with in 2016...
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wow some of you guys never tire. posting same thing again and again year after year in every new GPU thread, well I guess someone gotta do it. you could copy most posts from this thread, and paste them in titan 2018 threads and no one would even notice something out of the ordinary, rinse and repeat. usual car analogies, jealousy, shaming people who buy titans etc. biggrin.gif
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they cannot have a 1080Ti as yet, history tells us that when it does the titan x then will be surpassed biggrin.gif
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they cannot have a 1080Ti as yet, history tells us that when it does the titan x then will be surpassed biggrin.gif

History tells us that stock for stock, the x80ti model is as fast/faster, but not when overclocked. Also the reason people are confused about the 1080ti is that it's not clear what exactly the disadvantage would be compared to Titan X. Previously it was about more memory, or about a decent core count difference. So unless they come out with something with like...5-6% fewer cores, and with just 8GB DDR5X, I don't know what they'll come out with. But regardless, it won't be better than the Titan X. It will just be better value than the Titan X. As we've seen in previous generations.
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U guys using MSI AB or EVGA Precision?
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History tells us that stock for stock, the x80ti model is as fast/faster, but not when overclocked. Also the reason people are confused about the 1080ti is that it's not clear what exactly the disadvantage would be compared to Titan X. Previously it was about more memory, or about a decent core count difference. So unless they come out with something with like...5-6% fewer cores, and with just 8GB DDR5X, I don't know what they'll come out with. But regardless, it won't be better than the Titan X. It will just be better value than the Titan X. As we've seen in previous generations.
1080ti if it's faster then this titan x then there will be titan ultra after that being 5-10% faster, so we haven't seen the last of pascal yet.
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The same thing happens in cars, its just that the time scale is far longer. For instance, the current Civic Si is a faster car than an early 90's or late 80's Ferrari. Car analogies are still very poor in the tech sector but everybody uses them because they are universally understood since cars are so ubiquitous in our every day lives...

Yes but 20-30 years old Ferrari still has way more value and appeal than a Civic.
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