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post #751 of 10707
The $1000 price tag for the OG Titan was sort of justified in that it was definitely a prosumer card. They've gone away from that as the Titan line has progressed.
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Man, still backordered. This sucks. mad.gif
post #753 of 10707
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What was the TitanXP supposed to be then?
Ofcourse it was supposed to be a consumer gaming card. What else was it supposed to be other than a scam ofcourse?

Its quite unfortuante that you missed my point isnt it?

The 1080ti is reasonably priced NOW yes. But the 1080 shouldnt have shared the same price tag.
And the "Titan" should have never been sold for the $1000 premium. Since the Titan is really a 1080Ti and was always intended to be a 1080Ti.

Do you get it now ?

Nvidia make great hardware yes, but i have zero respect for them as a company.

Yeah what a shady company.

How dare they recoup their R&D costs by first bringing emerging technology to willing early adopters, spendy labs and prosumers. Then, as yields improve, the process is refined and the margins increase they dare to make available the same technology to even more consumers at nearly half the price for profit. All while working on the next latest and greatest.

Haters gonna hate...
post #754 of 10707
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Originally Posted by Renairy View Post

What was the TitanXP supposed to be then?
Ofcourse it was supposed to be a consumer gaming card. What else was it supposed to be other than a scam ofcourse?

Its quite unfortuante that you missed my point isnt it?

The 1080ti is reasonably priced NOW yes. But the 1080 shouldnt have shared the same price tag.
And the "Titan" should have never been sold for the $1000 premium. Since the Titan is really a 1080Ti and was always intended to be a 1080Ti.

Do you get it now ?

Nvidia make great hardware yes, but i have zero respect for them as a company.

The TXP wasn't part of the GeForce line. FWIW I agree with most of what you said. But the TXP wasn't marketed as a gaming card.
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post #755 of 10707
The companies that buy Titans for whatever their workload entails, have long since recouped the extra cost for Titans. That's the advantage......the highest level of performance. These are work horses designed to make money, not just be used to consume content.

Let's put it this way, if you have a machine that is just 5% faster, runs 10 hours a day for 5 days a week, you will have gained 10 hours of extra productivity a month. 120 hours in a year. And that's just 5% increased performance.

Just like with the 6900k from Intel......the workstations these chips are going in are seeing tons of gains.....and this performance was available long before AMD could provide it. So when you look at the price difference of Ryzen vs Intel, that $500 price difference, while meaningful, is chump change in the grand scheme of things, and will obviously also change now that there's competition.

Even high end gaming cards have their place in professional sectors, from using it to drive displays, render farms, AI, etc.
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I can run 600 with no artifacts but I'm hunting for the optimal clock now which appear to be somewhere between +450 and +550.
I`m sorry guys, but could you attach screenshots from GPU-Z on sensors tab ? Because who knows how much you had before you overclocked your card for 450-550 mhz.
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Anyone place an Arctic Accelero hybrid cooler on their 1080ti FE?

I ordered the 140mm off amazon
have not seen that one but im sure it'll work fine. you don't like the EVGA ones?
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What was the TitanXP supposed to be then?
Ofcourse it was supposed to be a consumer gaming card. What else was it supposed to be other than a scam ofcourse?

Its quite unfortuante that you missed my point isnt it?

The 1080ti is reasonably priced NOW yes. But the 1080 shouldnt have shared the same price tag.
And the "Titan" should have never been sold for the $1000 premium. Since the Titan is really a 1080Ti and was always intended to be a 1080Ti.

Do you get it now ?

Nvidia make great hardware yes, but i have zero respect for them as a company.
dude, why do you think it's not called "geforce gtx" (aka gaming division) Tiat X? Because it's for AI.
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I`m sorry guys, but could you attach screenshots from GPU-Z on sensors tab ? Because who knows how much you had before you overclocked your card for 450-550 mhz.

I could, but I'm talking about the memory clock above which unlike the GPU is clocked the same for everyone.
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I could, but I'm talking about the memory clock above which unlike the GPU is clocked the same for everyone.
Ah, now it`s clear thumb.gif but anyway it`s not first time when somebody just writes 'I oc`ed my card for +400 Mhz' and I always think it`s about core smile.gif
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