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http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/95215-nvidia-titan-x-pascal/
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It looks like we'll be waiting until Volta atleast before 4K/60 at absolute max settings in modern games can be achieved. Dissapointing. I'm not ditching 1440p until 60FPS minimum at 4K can be done with a single GPU.
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It's a monster for sure. Pretty soon we'll have to start financing titan class gpus from the dealership. I can imagine it now...

"hey we have these titan gpus on sale today with super low apr!.. Oh your credit isn't top tier, we're sorry, but we can't give you anything under 10% and you have at least $2000 down. Let me call my manager and see if we can get it lower... "
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Originally Posted by StarGazerLeon View Post

It looks like we'll be waiting until Volta atleast before 4K/60 at absolute max settings in modern games can be achieved. Dissapointing. I'm not ditching 1440p until 60FPS minimum at 4K can be done with a single GPU.

and by that time 4K/120Hz monitors will be sampling to early adopters(probably at over $3K like first gen 32" 4K monitors) and you still have to run mutliple GPU to satisfy those.
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It's a nice 1440p card, but for $1200, no thanks. Not even $1199, nGreedia wants even that 1 dollar. It still can't do 4K @ 90+fps.

Did you really expect this card to max out demanding games at 4K, with 90 fps? upsidedwnsmiley.gif

It performs like I thought it would:

"If we’re talking about real-world gameplay performance, the TITAN X is able to provide framerates that are simply mind boggling. We’re talking about 30% to 50% higher than a GTX 1080 Founders Edition which was already a high water mark for current generation DX11 and DX12 throughput. In many scenarios its minimum framerates were faster than the GTX 1080’s averages and it overclocks like the dickens too with 1900MHz well within reach."





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

Pretty much same jump we saw from 980 -> 980 Ti.
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Well looking at the hexus review of my palit 980ti which i bought for $400 last week,it's around 50% slower,the same goes for oc to oc,gained another 12% on stock voltage with 1272/2000,same with titan pascal which ocs around 15%.Those who want to mod bios their 980tis to 1550/8200 will see that difference to around 40%.Pascal needs watercooling ASAP to even give the illusion that it's not a ripoff.
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Originally Posted by Kpjoslee View Post

Stock vs Stock 1070 is about 10% faster than 980ti in pretty much every benchmarks I saw, which falls pretty much in line with those results.

Not to mention the 1070 is half the price of what the 980Ti was before the price cuts (which means pretty much all of us that owned a 980Ti payed a premium for it...).

Comparing the 1070 to the 980Ti right now is somewhat irrelevant; it's faster than the 980Ti by varying amounts and significantly cheaper.
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Why is this being compared to the 980ti or any other card in the range at stock? There's no reason to go by stock unless the cards are going to be left at stock and lets face it no one spending this kind of money is going to do. To me it reeks of being disingenuous on purpose.
post #69 of 410
1080 - It's a monster!

2 months later

Titan X - It's a monster!

2 months later

1080Ti - It's a monster!

And so on.

I miss the times when every generation had a +100%-150% power increase instead of just a 29% doubling the price. GPU monopolization is a *****, I guess.
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Wow this is very powerful, over 60% faster than a 980 Ti.

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Originally Posted by Newbie2009 View Post

Nvidia can do what the want with price unfortunately as AMD have no competition to offer. Up to the HD7970 generarion AMD have been competitive. But the GPU market has gone the way of the CPU market for AMD.

Judging by the RX 480, I don't hold much hope of AMD being able to launch a competitor card this gen either. Hopefully they can get some ground back in the CPU market at least, performance wise.

Yeah, it's a real shame, hopefully Vega drops soon to bring some competition to the market and bring the price points down, all of the 1000 series GPUs are selling for higher than the previous generation products did.
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980 = can OC to near stock 980Ti level of performance

390X = already an OCed rebranded 290X + runs hotter and draws more power than 980

winner = 980 redface.gif

It does have 8GB of VRAM though, this is beneficial for running higher quality textures in some games. Rise of the Tomb Raider's Very High texture quality can stutter on 4GB GPUs.
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