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We're on an enthusiast forum, what the hell else do you people expect? This is like me going on FChat and whining to well-off owners of FCars.

Well, this here Toyota gets you from A to B just like your shiny red car but for a fraction of the price. It even comes with cupholders and a place to put your phone. Anyone who buys a Ferrari is dumb

It's the same with Titans. Either you get it, or you don't. Now please, kindly shut up.

/rant

Slightly different with Titans. This would be true if there were many competing GPU makers. High end Ferrari sales will have no impact on how Toyota (entirely different company) prices their low end cars. It would be different if Ferrari was catering to both the lowest and highest ends of the market and the low end prices started rising due to the high end sales.

Nvidia caters to all the market. How people spend their money is completely up to them but it can impact other decisions a company makes. The concern here should be keeping the different tiers separate.
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We're on an enthusiast forum, what the hell else do you people expect? This is like me going on FChat and whining to well-off owners of FCars.

Well, this here Toyota gets you from A to B just like your shiny red car but for a fraction of the price. It even comes with cupholders and a place to put your phone. Anyone who buys a Ferrari is dumb

It's the same with Titans. Either you get it, or you don't. Now please, kindly shut up.

/rant

What an absolutely atrocious example which doesnt portray the discussion at hand even in the slightest.

The gripe I have about the card, is that it is being bought and used by some of its buyers for Gaming, while its purpose is nowehere near gaming or towards that direction as I have already mentioned numerous times and some people here still dont comprehend it due to their extremely limited capacity of understading posts comprehensively. This has nothing to do with the card but with some of the consumers on this forum who waste money for the wrong purpose.

Buying a Titan V for gaming is like buying a Bugatti Chiron for off-road driving. Sure you can drive your Bugatti off-road but what the hell are you doing? You should rather buy a Jeep or a Hummer for that. Same applies in this scenario.

Man I swear the amount of people rushing to conclusions on OCN before drawing any comprehensive sense from the posts and discussions at hand is way too high.
Your car analogy (another one from OCN, yet again...) implies the Titan V wouldn't be similar or better at gaming than a 1080ti, just as a sports car wouldn't be similar or better than a jeep. The V is clearly better than the 1080ti at EVERYTHING. It simply commands a non-linearly proportional premium, which some people are willing to pay to have the absolute best.

The fact that you're complaining about it just makes everyone else think you're mad for not having the financial capability to keep buying expensive graphics cards, which one would need in order to keep up with Nvidia's releasing schedule.

You're not the only one jealous, but you're being irrational about your feelings.
    
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My point stands. Not exactly apples to apples, but it stands.

Why do you even care what people do with their money and property? We can take a hot dump on our Titans if we want, what's it to you? Why is every Ti owner so defensive and insecure? We get it, you have the "fastest gaming card". Now shut up.
Edited by xTesla1856 - 12/13/17 at 8:32am
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The card would actually suit my needs quite a bit and the price given what it's primarily intended for is certainly acceptable. Its introduction has also been quite interesting in terms of group interactions.

Gaming performance, if it truly pans out, is just an added benefit (if that's your thing).

That said, I've got both the time and the patience to see what 2018 brings, especially after PCIe 4 motherboards are released.

Yeah my brother was saying his workload would benefit from this card.
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I think it all boils down to the 1080Ti being the 3rd slowest card now... blinksmiley.gif
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Your car analogy (another one from OCN, yet again...) implies the Titan V wouldn't be similar or better at gaming than a 1080ti, just as a sports car wouldn't be similar or better than a jeep. The V is clearly better than the 1080ti at EVERYTHING. It simply commands a non-linearly proportional premium, which some people are willing to pay to have the absolute best.

The fact that you're complaining about it just makes everyone else think you're mad for not having the financial capability to keep buying expensive graphics cards, which one would need in order to keep up with Nvidia's releasing schedule.

You're not the only one jealous, but you're being irrational about your feelings.

He has a point. Buying this thing for gaming is a bit retard not really practical either. Then again that can be said for many parts enthusiasts buy. In a practical use case the gain @ 4k 60hz vs current gaming products is minimal. I have a 4k gsync monitor and honestly anything above 45 to 60 is the same. (Having gamed at 4k without gsync you need gsync at 4k it's just that much better with it) This is something current gaming orientated cards already achieve. At the same time it is so dependent on title that you may experience no real gains with a T-V (TV lol). Synthetics are synthetics and not reflective of actual gaming experience. If your hobby is to run 3dmark and unigen all day then this is a card for you. Not everyone that is expressing their opinion on this being stupid for gaming is in a position where they can't easily buy one. It's 3k its not 30k, not 300k, it's hardly bank breaking by any means. Is it worth it in a practical scenario with current displays and other current gaming orientated products that are out probably not. I can't think of many scenarios where this V would make me have a better experience. Perhaps assassin creed would be the only one. Where maybe the card can keep a 60fps lock at 4k (then again with gsync I don't notice that much of the dips into the low 50s) and the game doesn't require HFR to impact game play and smoothness).

With that said mine is out for delivery biggrin.gif
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He has a point. Buying this thing for gaming is a bit retard not really practical either. Then again that can be said for many parts enthusiasts buy.

This has been said for every high-end Nvidia card so far. Every year, these threads derail into who should spend their money in what ways, and people calling each other out for "wasting" money. I can't stand these holier-than-thou forum members. Go enjoy your hardware while I enjoy mine. Custom PC's is an irrational hobby to begin with, so leave it be.
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Originally Posted by guttheslayer View Post

Lol i think you mean the 3rd fastest card.

Isnt the 3rd slowest card the 1050 ti? Lol

Those running on SLI are still the 2nd fastest.

Agree here.

Top 5 GPU setups Fastest -> Slowest

2x Titan Xp ($2400)
2x 1080 Ti ($1400)
Titan V ($3000)
Titan Xp ($1200)
1080Ti ($700)
Edited by Seyumi - 12/13/17 at 8:41am
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Yeah my brother was saying his workload would benefit from this card.

He has a point. Buying this thing for gaming is a bit retard not really practical either. Then again that can be said for many parts enthusiasts buy. In a practical use case the gain @ 4k 60hz vs current gaming products is minimal. I have a 4k gsync monitor and honestly anything above 45 to 60 is the same. (Having gamed at 4k without gsync you need gsync at 4k it's just that much better with it) This is something current gaming orientated cards already achieve. At the same time it is so dependent on title that you may experience no real gains with a T-V (TV lol). Synthetics are synthetics and not reflective of actual gaming experience. If your hobby is to run 3dmark and unigen all day then this is a card for you. Not everyone that is expressing their opinion on this being stupid for gaming is in a position where they can't easily buy one. It's 3k its not 30k, not 300k, it's hardly bank breaking by any means. Is it worth it in a practical scenario with current displays and other current gaming orientated products that are out probably not. I can't think of many scenarios where this V would make me have a better experience. Perhaps assassin creed would be the only one. Where maybe the card can keep a 60fps lock at 4k (then again with gsync I don't notice that much of the dips into the low 50s) and the game doesn't require HFR to impact game play and smoothness).

With that said mine is out for delivery biggrin.gif

Have fun with it whatever you use it for. That's what really matters when you boil away the water and toss the salt.
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I don't think I play a single game that uses async compute, which is a shame as that's where this card really shines.
Hope NVIDIA fixes it?

What programs use Async compute to really stretch the legs of the Titan V?

I'd like to see which programs I can make this card shine.
     
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Agree here.

Top 5 GPU setups Fastest -> Slowest

2x Titan Xp ($2400)
2x 1080 Ti ($1400)
Titan V ($3000)

Titan Xp ($1200)
1080Ti ($700)

How does the V compare to 2x Titan Xp and 2x 1080 Ti?

We'll soon find out! biggrin.gif
     
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How does the V compare to 2x Titan Xp and 2x 1080 Ti?

We'll soon find out! biggrin.gif

In daily use probably better at this point. I've had my 2nd card do NOTHING for the longest time. Seems like either I don't even need sli or I need sli and it doesn't work.
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