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Take it how you will.

http://www.thecountrycaller.com/74061-nvidia-corporations-nvda-gtx-1070-for-notebook-performs-similar-to-gtx-980-ti/

"According to a recent report by DigiTimes, NVIDIA will showcase the first GTX 1080, GTX 1070, and GTX 1060-equipped notebooks at the Gamescom 2016. The event takes place between August 1–21 in Cologne, Germany".

October 7 is my bday. I would be very happy to see a gtx 1070m with a 1080p 120hz screen or a 1440p screen.

At 17 inches or course.
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lol the 1440p guys are getting annoying. It's not for them.

Lol, why is it not for them? If I had that much money to throw away I would buy TITAN XP for my 165Hz 1440p monitor and rock on ultra 90% games at 120-140 Hz and 100+ fps guarantee.

Belive me, after so many months of playing at so high fps (lowest I had was 70 in Witcher 3, every other game 80+ to 144) I just can't play anymore on 60fps and lower, even at 4K. I don't understand anyone who says that there is no differences bettwen 80+ fps compare to 60 fps. Such people are imo blind or never played longer than few hours. When I look from my 120+ fps DOOM gameplay and look at 60fps monitor that my wife has next to me (and play some game) I think that she is getting stuttering and her GPU is throttling hard. Game looks like 30 fps at this moment.

If someone have a money and wants to guarantee his 120+ fps experience for his 1440p monitor- hell yea this is card for him! I need to wait for 1080Ti becasue I don't have money for TITAN XP but I will grab it asap for my 1440p monitor.

Untill 4k monitors won't start to have 100Hz at least and GPU will be able to run it, I won't switch to low fps gaming again.

Saying it is not for them sound little elitist, you know? Some people prefer balance between resolution and high fps, not going only for resolution.
Edited by Benny89 - 8/5/16 at 4:24am
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TBH, even if you're targeting 200hz at 2560x1080. Peoples definition of overkill varies, normally against rather than for if they're unable to justify the card to themselves. I can already hear the tipper tapper of keys from certain individuals.
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Damn, I still don't get why they called this the Titan X.

This name has been bothering me to no end, there's like a million other names they could have given this Titan, why X? Why Titan X again? It just makes things more complicated to have two products with the same name!

wheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gif

What actually took place when they decided to name the GPU?

"Let's call it the Titan X!"

"But we already have a product called the Titan X..."

"So? Just remove the Geforce GTX!"
Edited by TopicClocker - 8/5/16 at 4:17pm
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Its the simple notion of a 30-40% performance increase. This is a substantial difference for comparison. Granted in still images both will supply the same visuals, but such a high performance increase should very much be apparent in gameplay by nearly every standard we have (Image quality, framerate, effects, etc).
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The fact that you get 10-15 more fps in games can make a very different gaming experience, especially at 4k when the fps difference goes from being under 60 to at and above 60.

So comparing the 1080 to the X, the differences you are talking about heavily rely on two conditions, 4k resolution and i guess under 60fps for the 1080? Anything that the 1080 handles over 60fps becomes, as you move upwards, harder to detect a difference, right?

TitanX has vitually no difference compared to the GTX 1080.

GTX 1080 pretty much same as GTX 1070.

GTX 1070 not that far from OCed GTX 1060.

Therefore GTX 1060 is pretty much the same as TitanX.
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Its the simple notion of a 30-40% performance increase. This is a substantial difference for comparison. Granted in still images both will supply the same visuals, but such a high performance increase should very much be apparent in gameplay by nearly every standard we have (Image quality, framerate, effects, etc).
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The fact that you get 10-15 more fps in games can make a very different gaming experience, especially at 4k when the fps difference goes from being under 60 to at and above 60.

So comparing the 1080 to the X, the differences you are talking about heavily rely on two conditions, 4k resolution and i guess under 60fps for the 1080? Anything that the 1080 handles over 60fps becomes, as you move upwards, harder to detect a difference, right?

TitanX has vitually no difference compared to the GTX 1080.

GTX 1080 pretty much same as GTX 1070.

GTX 1070 not that far from OCed GTX 1060.

Therefore GTX 1060 is pretty much the same as TitanX.

I have a TX now? AWESOME.

 

Seriously though, this titan seems a little underwhelming. Amazing, but underwhelming (if that makes any sense).

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Damn, I still don't get why they called this the Titan X.

This name has been bothering me to no end, there's like a million other names they could have given this Titan, why X? Why Titan X again? It just makes things more complicated to have two products with the same name!

wheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gif

What actually took place when they decided to name the GPU?

"Let's call it the Titan X!"

"But we already have a product called the Titan X..."

"So? Just remove the Geforce GTX!"


And then they left the "Geforce GTX" logo on the shroud and backplate, so not even that quite.

All in all Nvidia's CEO thinks he's the new cool thing in town, aka a sort of new Steve Jobs. The leather jacket, the "power of 10" slogan and now the Titan X (=10).

The old Titan X was a real "X", this new one is a "10".


It's not very good marketing. Quite silly.
Edited by tpi2007 - 8/5/16 at 4:50pm
 
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And then they left the "Geforce GTX" logo on the shroud and backplate, so not even that quite.

All in all Nvidia's CEO thinks he's the new cool thing in town, aka a sort of new Steve Jobs. The leather jacket, the "power of 10" slogan and now the Titan X (=10).

The old Titan X was a real "X", this new one is a "10".


It's not very good marketing. Quite silly.

Prosumers don't buy cases with windows on them, they don't care what's written on the shroud or backplate, all they do is pay $$ in exchange for Gflops.
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TitanX has vitually no difference compared to the GTX 1080.

GTX 1080 pretty much same as GTX 1070.

GTX 1070 not that far from OCed GTX 1060.

Therefore GTX 1060 is pretty much the same as TitanX.


Considering your using an i5 with a motherboard that's 5 years old.

I doubt you would see a difference. It's all bottle necked, it's very old.
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Yup Fermi day were the last of the best.





This trend will get steeper as each perf per dollar no longer deflate, in fact who knows it might inflate if AMD continue get kicked on its ass.
Yes, but the truth is that the real first good generation cards are Keepler... They started all
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