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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.
The Spaceman abides... A right understanding that death is nothing to us makes the mortality of life enjoyable, not because it adds to it an infinite span of time, but because it takes away the craving for immortality. For there is nothing terrible in life for the man who has truly comprehended that there is nothing terrible in not living. ~Epicurus