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post #21 of 668 (permalink) Old 12-03-2018, 07:38 AM
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And of cos our WannaBe will always try to justify the premium no matter if NV price their card $2500 or $25000, it doesnt matter cos he always have excuses for the 1000% price premium.


I not sure how much stock u dump into NV or Intel, but I guess it is ppl having your mindset that make DIY PC into a rich-man exclusive hobby now. It is a sad world we are living in.
Pricing doesn't revolve around gaming. Ever since the release of the Titan V I was advocating for the Tensor performance. No other hardware currently out offers the same aside from renting paying Google to use their TPUs.

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Is this the full fat die that used to be $450, then $1000 now for $2500. Sigh... and all these tech sites thought it would be fun to shill for Nvidia by hiding the card in plain site

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I would like to see the viability of an SLI setup as these cards are dual fans. How hot is that 2nd card going to get?
I do not care for SLI performance. I only care for the NVLink benefits. Again this is another sore point for the RTX Titan vs the Titan V. It doesn't have all the NVLink benefits.

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Pricing doesn't revolve around gaming. Ever since the release of the Titan V I was advocating for the Tensor performance. No other hardware currently out offers the same aside from renting paying Google to use their TPUs.
That isnt the point, if GTX 580 was released as Titan Fermi back in 2010 with new massive CUDA cores and sell $2500 you would have said the same thing.


The point is your mindset of non-competitive pricing, you are justifying there shouldn't be a competition for pricing because of whatever feature they have, which to me is complete nonsense.

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That isnt the point, if GTX 580 was released as Titan Fermi back in 2010 with new massive CUDA cores and sell $2500 you would have said the same thing.


The point is your mindset of non-competitive pricing, you are justifying there shouldn't be a competition for pricing because of whatever feature they have, which to me is complete nonsense.
nVidia is competing with their selves this release. The Titan V was a better bargain than this card.

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" The Titan RTX is aimed at AI researchers, data scientists, and content creators, with NVIDIA claiming "breakthrough performance" from FP32, FP16, INT8 and INT4 operations that allows for faster training and inference of neural networks. Researchers will also be able to leverage NVLink to combine two Titan RTXs when working with large data sets. Of particular interest for data scientists will be the fact that the Titan RTX supports RAPIDS, the open-source libraries that integrate with popular data science workflows to boost machine learning use cases. "

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Looks good but I'd rather have two 2080ti's.

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If you get an average chip you will have less performance than on a good chip 2080ti if both are under water... 5.8% more cuda cores is really nothing. Its basically like Titan Xp to Titan X on Pascal. If you can utilize the memory its a different story. I cant...
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I am surprised this is coming.

I guess the demand for the Quadros is not as high as expected as someone mentioned earlier.

Although an expensive card, it definitely has its purpose. This should smash anything else for many professional applications.

This card is hardly for gamers, as the RTX series so far has generally been a barely adequate increase in performance for gamers with uncompetitive pricing. The RTX Titan doubles down on this weakness literally as it is even more ill suited for gamers as the double price and double the videomemory will probably yield 10% performance at most. However as a professional series, RTX titan is way better suited and is actually okay priced. This card is likely to be the fastest professional card for most applications outside of double precision ones. Add in double the Vram buffer and you have a card that targets Vega 20 and outclasses it in most applications beside the double precision ones.

Gamers should not be buying this card, but some will out of Epeen. Gamers need to stop buying these cards as they increasing the price of these cards for the intended market.

After these cards starting getting professional drivers for the most part, it makes sense to price them against the market it is intended for. With gamers starting to buy these cards, the demand for these cards are going to be high.
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