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rolleyes.gif If only... biggrin.gif
I'm throwing my Ti on ebay now and buying a new Titan. thumb.gif
THAT'S how you get off a dog! Your patience since yesterday... WOW, that paid off. GO NOW, before the world realizes what just happened, these are going to be gone any minute I predict. People are still on scramble and gather money mode. HURRY. I want to see you get a golden one, too. These are DEFINITELY binned as they have to be damn near perfect to have all cores. These are like freaking quadros! Damn, nvidia.
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THAT'S how you get off a dog! Your patience since yesterday... WOW, that paid off. GO NOW, before the world realizes what just happened, these are going to be gone any minute I predict. People are still on scramble and gather money mode. HURRY. I want to see you get a golden one, too. These are DEFINITELY binned as they have to be damn near perfect to have all cores. These are like freaking quadros! Damn, nvidia.

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Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post

You've been flashing the wrong BIOS to try to get beast performance out of your 1080 Ti. Instead, you now flash beast Titan Xp onto your lackluster BIOS for more corepleteness.

What if the Titan Xp bios unlocks all the GP102 cores, that'll be just to much power to handle. Best not try it.
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SLAP!!! Make sure they gave good delivery address this time biggrin.gif



holy sh.... well played. If a man is going to pay taxes on a gpu, it should be on THE FULL FAT CHIP ON LAUNCH DAY tongue.gif
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NVIDIA threw the world on its axis this morning by announcing 'Big Pascal'.
And called it Titan Xp (officially) so what is Titan X(p) 2016 then? FAIL on the naming!!
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/6/17 at 11:22am
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

SLAP!!! Make sure they gave good delivery address this time biggrin.gif



holy sh.... well played. If a man is going to pay taxes on a gpu, it should be on THE FULL FAT CHIP ON LAUNCH DAY tongue.gif

It'll be here tomorrow morning! thumb.gif

And yes I gave the right address. I gave the right address to Amazon too >.<<br />
Will I need to retim this card or do Titan's work differently?
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The FE is the cheapest around this time outside of the MSI Armor and Gigabyte OC model. If you're going to just put it under water, the FE will be the easiest option for the time being. Plus, the trend is that all of these cards top out to about the same OCs no matter the cooler. Water just helps keep it more consistent.

So the extra power limit of the custom cards won't help overclocking at all when put under water?
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It'll be here tomorrow morning! thumb.gif

And yes I gave the right address. I gave the right address to Amazon too >.<<br />
Will I need to retim this card or do Titan's work differently?
NVIDIA TITAN Xp (2017) Specifications Comparison
NVIDIA Graphics Card TITAN Xp
Process Node 1 16nm
GPU Die Size 471mm² (TBC)
SMs 60
CUDA Cores Per SM 64
FP32 CUDA Cores (Total) 3840
Core Clock 1582
Compute Power 12.15 TFLOPs
Memory Interface 384-bit
Memory Size 12 GB GDDR5X
Memory Clock 11.4 Gbps
Bandwidth 547.7 GB/s
tdp 250W

should have over 600gbps bandwidth after OC



"Of course, when talking about bandwidth its usually a good idea to look at the increase in bandwidth per core since an increase in bandwidth is usually offset by some amount by the increase in core count. In the older TITAN X’s case, you had 480 GB/s of bandwidth available to 3584 cores, or roughly 134 MB/s/core. The TITAN Xp has 3840 cores with 547.7 GB/s worth of bandwidth for roughly 142.6 MB/s/core which is a pretty decent gain. The important thing when dealing with an increasing core count is to make sure that the bandwidth available per core doesn’t drop while you scale, and this isn’t the case here – so you can expect some decent returns with the TITAN Xp."

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-titan-xp-graphics-card-3840-cores-1200-usd/
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NVIDIA TITAN Xp (2017) Specifications Comparison
NVIDIA Graphics Card TITAN X (Pascal) GTX 1080 Ti TITAN Xp
Process Node 16nm 16nm 16nm
GPU Die Size 471mm² 471mm² 471mm² (TBC)
SMs 56 56 60
CUDA Cores Per SM 64 64 64
FP32 CUDA Cores (Total) 3584 3584 3840
Core Clock 1531 1584 1582
Compute Power 10.97 TFLOPs 11.34 TFLOPs 12.15 TFLOPs
Memory Interface 384-bit 352-bit 384-bit
Memory Size 12 GB GDDR5X 11 GB GDDR5X 12 GB GDDR5X
Memory Clock 10 Gbps 11 Gbps 11.4 Gbps
Bandwidth 480 GB/s 484 GB/s 547.7 GB/s
TDP 250W 250W 250W
MSRP $1200 $700` $1200


ugh, that was a bad copy. lemme try to fix (edit)

Here's hoping it can do 2100mhz thumb.gif
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