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Some interesting stuff.

And yes, they know it isnt made for silly gaming but actually important stuff tongue.gif
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The conclusion is the best part. This thing has so many cores, but needs clock speed to get those cores fully utilized. It also has some frametime concerns for gaming. Nevertheless, there will be many people buying this card to replace a titan xp or GTX 1080Ti. Not me biggrin.gif
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Never really saw Vega benches until this video.

Looks like my y410p/y510p project set maybe next year will work nicely with Vega 56, thanks for sharing.
    
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The conclusion is the best part. This thing has so many cores, but needs clock speed to get those cores fully utilized. It also has some frametime concerns for gaming. Nevertheless, there will be many people buying this card to replace a titan xp or GTX 1080Ti. Not me biggrin.gif

People will be buying these to replace Titan XPs or GTX 1080 Tis in compute workstations. Gamers should not be buying this card at all.
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I don't know if you guys have noticed, but Nvidia is still touting the 1080 Ti as their flagship gaming card. Nvidia is not marketing the Titan V as a gaming card, so if that's all you do, you're making a huge mistake.
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Doesnt mean that 100s of people wont try it anyway biggrin.gif

More dollars than sense, etc
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Pure speculation on my part but if they are getting a fully enabled part out the door (retail not closed shipments) it would seem to indicate that the yield on this design is fairly high. Compared to the previous titan releasing with a cutdown chip to start then followed up with a fully enabled chip much later.
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It's still in the air if NV will use the volta architecture for their next-gen geforce cards. Volta seems to be designed primarily for ai and machine learning tasks. Creating a smaller Volta chip seems counterproductive to me when you take away what makes Volta such a sought-after gpu in the first place. So, the rumors about Ampere being the next geforce architecture could be true. Volta is a datacenter-first architecture, and using R&D money towards Ampere instead of building a mainstream Volta makes more sense.

Anyway, at least Steve has confirmed all of our suspicions when it comes to gaming performance on this card. It performs well, but not nearly enough in some areas to justify the the spec advantage. Unfortunately, we can't even use this data to extrapolate what performance metrics are possible with the next-gen geforce cards due to NV most likely going with Ampere. In the end, we should just view this as the result of an endeavor to know more about something just for the sake of knowing, and to a lesser extent, as knowledge that Gamers Nexus has the finances available to purchase a Titan V tongue.gif
Edited by airisom2 - 12/12/17 at 10:07am
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So for the price of a Titan V you could buy 3 Vega 64, a huge power supply and a 2 day cruise on Carnival between Miami and Nassau including round-trip air-fare from anywhere in North America AND get 50% more performance than the Titan V....



Remember, we've been told that "Volta" is not gaming, that Ampere is gaming...

If I had spare money right now I'd bet a sweet $1k that the "70" Ampere card out-performs Titan V in gaming across the board. They dropped the V far too close to xmass money for it to be a good buy.
Edited by prjindigo - 12/12/17 at 11:18am
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I don't know if you guys have noticed, but Nvidia is still touting the 1080 Ti as their flagship gaming card. Nvidia is not marketing the Titan V as a gaming card, so if that's all you do, you're making a huge mistake.

Doesn't matter, it's been solidified in the consumer mind that Titan cards are ultra enthusiast level gaming hardware for those with money to blow. The Ti is obviously a just as good/better choice price/performance wise but that doesn't mean anything too those who the Titan has targeted for years now.

I don't get this "This Titan isn't a gaming one" thing when we all know good and well that's a moot point at this stage. The Titan REP is set in stone now, the number of times I've heard "You'd need a Titan to run that on Ultra" trumps any other card.
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