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It's hilarious how much discussion/drama is being made on this forum from users who have absolutely zero interest in paying $1200 to have the best gpu on the planet. That alone makes it worth the purchase for me. Haters gonna hate has never been more profound. Great thing is that we get to do it all over again next year when Titan Xv drops. thumb.gif
No need to hate. Hope everyone enjoys their card. Xp doesn't impress me much. I'll consider the big boy Volta Titan for sure. thumb.gif

Impressions, https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/64jy64/titanxp_first_impressions_overclocking/

11618 in Timespy with the card at almost 2.1Ghz. I believe a 1080 Ti around the same speed gets almost 11,000. Looking like a 5-10 frame difference in games.
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No need to hate. Hope everyone enjoys their card. Xp doesn't impress me much. I'll consider the big boy Volta Titan for sure. thumb.gif

Impressions, https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/64jy64/titanxp_first_impressions_overclocking/

11618 in Timespy with the card at almost 2.1Ghz. I believe a 1080 Ti around the same speed gets almost 11,000. Looking like a 5-10 frame difference in games.

it doesn't matter if its close to the 1080 ti or not.. the card is meant to be the fastest card out.. which it is simple as that

if anything its closer to the XP not 1080ti as the 1080ti is inferior to a standard XP

everyone should buy a 1080 ti but for those who want the absolute best get a titan also I kind of hate having a card so many people have i.e Ti variants i'd only get one if I could cop one on the cheap

when it comes time to sell the market is flooded with Ti cards, in my experience titan cards have always held good value compared to Ti variant
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iit doesn't matter if its close to the 1080 ti or not.. the card is meant to be the fastest card out. which it is simple as that

if anything its closer to the XP not 1080ti as the 1080ti is inferior to a standard XP

everyone should buy a 1080 ti but for those who want the absolute best get a titan also I kind of hate having a card so many people have i.e Ti variants i'd only get one if I could cop one on the cheap

when it comes time to sell the market is flooded with Ti cards, in my experience titan cards have always held good value compared to Ti variant
Of course it matters. If the Xp was only 1-3 frames faster than a Ti, what idiot would pay $500 more? BTW, Ti founders edition is faster than the XP out of the box. Custom versions are even faster
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It's hilarious how much discussion/drama is being made on this forum from users who have absolutely zero interest in paying $1200 to have the best gpu on the planet. That alone makes it worth the purchase for me. Haters gonna hate has never been more profound. Great thing is that we get to do it all over again next year when Titan Xv drops. thumb.gif

Sorry to say but that's kind of low :/
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No need to hate. Hope everyone enjoys their card. Xp doesn't impress me much. I'll consider the big boy Volta Titan for sure. thumb.gif

Impressions, https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/64jy64/titanxp_first_impressions_overclocking/

11618 in Timespy with the card at almost 2.1Ghz. I believe a 1080 Ti around the same speed gets almost 11,000. Looking like a 5-10 frame difference in games.

Still no fps numbers. God, when peopel where getting their XP and Ti it weren't one day before everything everywhere was floating with fps numbers, benches, "vs" results etc.

Really takes long to get any solid info on gaming performance here....
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Of course it matters. If the Xp was only 1-3 frames faster than a Ti, what idiot would pay $500 more? BTW, Ti founders edition is faster than the XP out of the box. Custom versions are even faster

Both maxed out on water with equal clocks the advantage still goes to the XP. Just look at any benchmark sites. XP rules until Xp numbers start showing up. The Ti only had a slight advantage reference because it was higher clocked out of the box.
 
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Of course it matters. If the Xp was only 1-3 frames faster than a Ti, what idiot would pay $500 more? BTW, Ti founders edition is faster than the XP out of the box. Custom versions are even faster

Let's be incredibly fair in this conversation; "Out of the box" performance doesn't matter a single bit at this product tier. Out of the box performance can be thought of as initial boot configuration, because they don't stay at those settings. Being even more fair in the conversation, and this is directed at the thread, you can't argue any "value" or related position when it comes to Titan cards.

They are Halo products.

These cards are to achieve one goal, be the fastest possible card at the time of release, command a premium, and be limited in quantity by comparison to its smaller siblings. Titan cards are marketed and purchased for two reasons and two reasons only...

  • Top of the stack performance crown
  • epeen


Both being perfectly legitimate reasons for this type of product. Every hobby, sport, category of life has a Halo/epeen product available that makes no sense to buy other than you can and you want it. Does my Camaro need enough ponies under the hood to shake the cars around me when I give it a little rev at a light? No.....but it does. Does @CallsignVega need his Minority Report level display setups? No.....but he does!

Even rcfc89's comment about buying it because of Haters is legitimate at this level of product!

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Both maxed out on water with equal clocks the advantage still goes to the XP. Just look at any benchmark sites. XP rules until Xp numbers start showing up. The Ti only had a slight advantage reference because it was higher clocked out of the box.
In that case, the fastest card according to the 3DMark HOF is the 1080 Ti.
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Lol. Maybe I can change that someday. biggrin.gifrolleyes.gif

I'd rather someone else tho, coz I'm lazy.
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Lol. Maybe I can change that someday. biggrin.gifrolleyes.gif
Perhaps. As of right now, Ti tops the charts.
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BTW, Ti founders edition is faster than the XP out of the box. Custom versions are even faster

Nvidia has them both listed as 1582 boost clock, stock configuration, but with the Xp having a faster memory clock.

1080Ti

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