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[TH]Titan X Review Posted - Its a Monster!

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I am considering one of these just because i can imagine how well it will do with VR smile.gif
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On average, at 3840x2160, it’s almost 29% faster than GeForce GTX 1080, which was already 34% faster than GTX 980 Ti at the same resolution.

Whereas GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition hit the scene for $700, or just above the 980 Ti’s launch price, you’ll pay a 70%+ premium for Titan X’s extra speed. Forget the value calculation—that word has no place here.

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

http://media.bestofmicro.com/8/D/600349/gallery/titan-x-threequarter_w_600.jpg
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30% improvement over the 1080 for a 70% price increase

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30% improvement over the 1080 for a 70% price increase

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Would take that anyday! SLI is horrible and brings only issues.
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Awesome card. Can't wait for mines to arrive! thumb.gif
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$1200 that's a NOPE
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Hell yeah, this thing really is a monster.
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60 fps at 4k this is what i was looking for thumb.gif
Hopefully we will overclock that beast with some mod firmware
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Happy owner of a 1080 here. Wish I could afford one of these. Very excited to see the real capabilities of the new Titan once the thermal barriers go down and newer bios versions become available.
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If the new Titan X is 30% faster than a 1080, how much faster is it compared to a 980 Ti?

I hope huang releases a cheaper version of the new Titan X in the form of a 1080 Ti in the future for the rest of the peasants including me.redface.gif
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