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Will there be a Turing Titan?

I am currently running a Maxwell Titan and have been very pleased with it.

However, the card is obviously getting a bit long in the tooth and it's past time for an upgrade.

I'd like another Titan but don't want to wait in vain for a card that never arrives.

I don't want to purchase a 2080 TI only to have a new Titan show up soon after.

I'd appreciate the chance to benefit from the opinion's \ speculation's of this community regarding this.

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From what Nvidia has done with Titan V... and considering the minimal performance gain a Titan T is likely to be above a 2080 Ti, I would honestly choose against a Titan myself. Nvidia seems to want to have the Titan in a price point and niche in the marketplace where it sits all by itself. I'm pretty sure they'll release a Turing based Titan in the future, but don't be surprised if it carries a $3,000+ price tag like the Titan V.

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I'm pretty sure they'll release a Turing based Titan in the future
Why do you think that?

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I do not think they will release it. Next Titan will probably be $1200 7nm or $3000 7nm with a new architecture.

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Well... think of the applications of Turing from a non gaming standpoint... A high powered card that can be used for a variety of purposes, such as 3D editing, rendering, game development, all with the added boost that ray tracing can offer... a $3,000-3,500 Turing based Titan would be appealing to a very appealing in the marketplace, especially when considering that the entry level Turing Quadro (RTX 5000) has a $2,300 price tag, and 16GB of memory, but with 1948 fewer CUDA cores and 256 fewer Tensor cores than a Titan V. The next step up to the Quadro RTX 6000 takes you up to 24GB of VRam, but 512 fewer CUDA Cores, 64 less Tensor cores, and for a staggering jump up to $6,200 dollars.... a Titan "T" would likely also have 16GB as the Quadro RTX 5000, but with far more CUDA and Tensor Cores. Grant it, again, it's mere speculation, but I think NVidia would be doing themselves a disservice not to make a Turing based Titan.

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Quote: Originally Posted by SpacemanSpliff View Post
Well... think of the applications of Turing from a non gaming standpoint... A high powered card that can be used for a variety of purposes, such as 3D editing, rendering, game development, all with the added boost that ray tracing can offer... a $3,000-3,500 Turing based Titan would be appealing to a very appealing in the marketplace, especially when considering that the entry level Turing Quadro (RTX 5000) has a $2,300 price tag, and 16GB of memory, but with 1948 fewer CUDA cores and 256 fewer Tensor cores than a Titan V. The next step up to the Quadro RTX 6000 takes you up to 24GB of VRam, but 512 fewer CUDA Cores, 64 less Tensor cores, and for a staggering jump up to $6,200 dollars.... a Titan "T" would likely also have 16GB as the Quadro RTX 5000, but with far more CUDA and Tensor Cores. Grant it, again, it's mere speculation, but I think NVidia would be doing themselves a disservice not to make a Turing based Titan.
Understood. Thank you for your input.

OK, please speculate on this. Imagine a full fat Titan "T" equipped with all of the cores, memory, etc. it could have.
What kind of percentage performance increase over a 2080 TI would you speculate that card might have.
If you think that percentage number would be small then I can understand why Nvidia wouldn't be likely to make it.
If it would be large.....

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They left a memory chip off that 2080 ti. Could easily toss that in and make a 12gb titan rtx.
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Understood. Thank you for your input.

OK, please speculate on this. Imagine a full fat Titan "T" equipped with all of the cores, memory, etc. it could have.
What kind of percentage performance increase over a 2080 TI would you speculate that card might have.
If you think that percentage number would be small then I can understand why Nvidia wouldn't be likely to make it.
If it would be large.....
The fact that the 2080 Ti is releasing before a possible Titan T means it will be at the $3k range and be purpose built for things other than gaming.

Percentage performance in gaming vs the 2080 Ti will be non-existent with the highest end 2080 Ti skus. I would assume there will be versions of the 2080 Ti that will outperform a Titan T in gaming.

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I'd bet on a rtx titan T with the full chip from the quadro lineup and 16-24gb of memory. Price will likely be ridiculous. The titan series are no longer a gaming cards, the x80ti now occupies the spot left open by the gtx titans.

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I’m never paying more than $3K for a Titan, and it would have to be at least 30% faster than the next fastest card.

I have a feeling a $5K Titan will show its head in the next year or two.

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