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Originally Posted by D13mass View Post

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.
they are 1376 (x8 effective=11008) on the memory at stock. when he says he added +500, he means +125 and he's running it at 1500 (x8= 12,000) , or 12gbps which is hard to follow, yes. the +500 is what you enter in Afterburner when overclocking.
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Wow newegg isn't playing when it comes to the 2 day shipping option....


They shipped it just now (basically first thing in the morning)......

ESTIMATED DELIVERY: Tuesday, March 14, 2017

That's essentially 1 day shipping. Of course, I did order Friday, but it's understandable since they don't even process orders on weekends, let alone ship them.

Still, pretty fast even by newegg's standards. Sometimes I do get packages really quick if they ship from a supply outlet close to me, this one is shipping from across the country which makes the speed even more impressive.

But I did pay $15 for shipping (when I'm used to free shipping)....so I do feel a bit less sting for it! $15 isn't much to ship a $700 item, but still, I paused for like 2ms when I saw no free shipping lol.
Edited by AMDATI - 3/13/17 at 12:15am
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Wow newegg isn't playing when it comes to the 2 day shipping option....


They shipped it just now (basically first thing in the morning)......

ESTIMATED DELIVERY: Tuesday, March 14, 2017

That's essentially 1 day shipping. Of course, I did order Friday, but it's understandable since they don't even process orders on weekends, let alone ship them.

Still, pretty fast even by newegg's standards. Sometimes I do get packages really quick if they ship from a supply outlet close to me, this one is shipping from across the country which makes the speed even more impressive.

But I did pay $15 for shipping (when I'm used to free shipping)....so I do feel a bit less sting for it! $15 isn't much to ship a $700 item, but still, I paused for like 2ms when I saw no free shipping lol.

Dang I still haven't had an update on mine but I ordered on the second batch around 7 pm EST. Been hoping I get a message saying its been packaged and leaving their warehouse. That does give me hope that I might get mine Wed. since I did 3 day shipping.
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I ordered mine the first 10 minutes it went live.....actually before it went live, it was a page that wasn't even officially listed yet. But I didn't do any of that rush processing stuff.
Edited by AMDATI - 3/13/17 at 12:35am
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Do we have any release date info for any of the AIB cards? My googlefu isn't picking up anything.
post #766 of 10861
Overclockers UK have said some time in April.

Might be different for other regions.
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I always heard like a week after release, but I've also heard the april figures too. I don't think anyone really has any definitive answers. You have to keep in mind that this is a supply limited card, that is selling really well for its price range. So I would expect it to be more difficult for them to have enough chips to make enough customs cards for a while. You definitely don't want to overshoot your market demand either. And with the FE's selling soo well, there's not as much incentive.

But I think Nvidia is also doing this so people can actually get cards for MSRP prices, since custom coolers will add $50-$100 more to the base price. They really took advantage of that on the 1080 release, which was supposed to be $600, but you couldn't even touch one for under $700+ because everyone sold for more than FE prices, even though FE was supposed to be $100 more than MSRP.

I'm actually glad not as many people want FE cards....because it meant less competition when I ordered mine.

Very soon, it's going to get pretty difficult to find any stock. They produced these 1080ti's for months before they released it. It'll take months for them to produce enough to ship in enough quantities for custom cooling solutions.
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It means their shipment is good, delivering a product with in 2 or 3 days is excellent.
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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...

Amazing how you have the full shabang info on their finances. You must be employed by them to know what targets they need to hit to recoup.
You speak like they dont have money in the bank and every bit of R&D is borrowed money.
Sigh.

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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.

This is where you're wrong and purposely misled i think.
The first titan had double precision, it was a GPU/Workstation card.

The new Titans have gone away with that. For the final time, do you now understand?
You're saying it wasn't marketed as a gaming card... what was it marketed as bro? A trophy?
Specs wise, Its identical to a 1080Ti.

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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.

The Titan is NOT a workstation chip, read above response.

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dude, why do you think it's not called "geforce gtx" (aka gaming division) Tiat X? Because it's for AI.

Again, this seems to be the misleading effect and spell Nvidia have put on you all lol.
For the last time, the Titan XM and the Titan XP do not have the double precision abilities of the OG Titan.
It is not a workstation card.
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Wow newegg isn't playing when it comes to the 2 day shipping option....


They shipped it just now (basically first thing in the morning)......

ESTIMATED DELIVERY: Tuesday, March 14, 2017

That's essentially 1 day shipping. Of course, I did order Friday, but it's understandable since they don't even process orders on weekends, let alone ship them.

Still, pretty fast even by newegg's standards. Sometimes I do get packages really quick if they ship from a supply outlet close to me, this one is shipping from across the country which makes the speed even more impressive.

But I did pay $15 for shipping (when I'm used to free shipping)....so I do feel a bit less sting for it! $15 isn't much to ship a $700 item, but still, I paused for like 2ms when I saw no free shipping lol.
wonderful, i order the sec it drops at newegg paid extra for rush processing, overnight and Saturday delivery and we're gonna get it the same day, Tuesday... That doesn't make me happy one bit.
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