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post #31 of 464 (permalink) Old 12-20-2018, 02:44 PM
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Did you actually expect miracle with 6-8% better specs which never scales 100% and limited Power on FE cooler? unless you really need extra VRam for "PRO" work this cards are waste of money, no matter how much money you have!
I go thru multi cards in a year. I never expect a miracle. But I do expect it to be better not worse. I'd be happy with 6% better. I didn't expect 200mhz lower vs the FE cooled 2080 ti
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This is false - with equal cooling the Titan does technically have superior grunt. If money is not part of the equation it is objectively better.
Superior Grant? Did you really call extra SM cluster unlocked for barely 7% extra Cuda, Tensor and Rops "Superior"
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I go thru multi cards in a year. I never expect a miracle. But I do expect it to be better not worse. I'd be happy with 6% better. I didn't expect 200mhz lower vs the FE cooled 2080 ti
well, how can you expect them to be better performing if they'll never see the same clocks on the gpu as with the Ti version? have to powermod them.

on paper their specs are 5% higher, 280w Titan bios vs 380w Ti bios. I'd really like to see a water vs water comparison.


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Superior Grant? Did you really call extra SM cluster unlocked for barely 7% extra Cuda, Tensor and Rops "Superior"
some ppl might need to tell themselves that, to justify the $5400 purchase ^^

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You're really paying for the memory though, which games aren't going to make much use of.
it will if you game at 5k and 8k like some of us if these cards still had the same 12gb of vram I wouldn't even bother upgrading to it
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This is false - with equal cooling the Titan does technically have superior grunt. If money is not part of the equation it is objectively better.
Superior Grant? Did you really call extra SM cluster unlocked for barely 7% extra Cuda, Tensor and Rops "Superior"
Grunt, not grant.

In this case meaning power, capacity to do work, etc.

Superior meaning greater than, more than, etc as opposed to 'inferior' which would be less than and so on.

I like to be accurate. A 7% increase is indeed superior to the baseline.

Perhaps you were only hoping to belittle my word choice?

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what monitor would you even run with this card and or in SLi? things a beast.

I want to know if someone can help me locate a video of a side by side gaming test of 1 of these vs 2x 1080Ti's would appreciate it!

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This is false - with equal cooling the Titan does technically have superior grunt. If money is not part of the equation it is objectively better.

I think even with equal cooling you could get into the problem that due to more "cores" on the same area your temps might get higher.
And if so it could be that GPU boost might be affected so much that it only equals the performance of the 2080 Ti.

So when the 2080Ti might do 2100 MHz at 40°C
And the Titan starts as well with 2100 MHz at 40°C but gets hotter over time it might clock down to 2000 MHz and then might be only equally fast?

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Did you actually expect miracle with 6-8% better specs which never scales 100% and limited Power on FE cooler? unless you really need extra VRam for "PRO" work this cards are waste of money, no matter how much money you have!
$5000 is a car for someone, and for someone els its pocket change. This thread is about the new RTX Titan, not about how much cash one might make or not. And what is "worth" for someone might not be "worth" for someone els.
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