Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by HeavyHemi, Jul 22, 2016.
I think Titan would be better with water cooling, 300W TDP and 1800 MHz boost clock. at 1500 MHz Titan won't be that much faster than 1080 to worth 1200$.
With 300 euro salaries in Poland, that card will sell like hotcakes .
Everything is better with water cooling
Just so disappointed no partners are able to ship units, Like EVGA.
Since the duo was mentioned, it fits 8 thousand stream processors on a 28nm board. Nvidia is still holding back they could pack more cuda cores. I foresee a Titan x2 TI Gotcha bitch edition. Just like last time.
It's 100% Marketing, they use their leading position on High-end GPU, highly expensive, to basically say:
"We bring our knowledge in cutting-edge GPU to consumer" while targeting the real segment that sell cards, aka <350$.
I think it's looking like a very nice card. Definitely one for people who want 4k gaming, but, don't want sli. Obviously, it's a "premium" highest-end desktop product, we shouldn't expect any less than "premium" prices.
The rest of us will have to wait 1-2yrs before this kind of processing power becomes affordable and I'm sure GTX1080Ti will not be close like last time GTX980Ti-TitanX.
It will be pretty close, as always. Within 15% or thereabouts. Basically 1170 performance. 1170 will be the first 4k gpu for the masses.
Oh so many fortune tellers in this thread :grin:
Just going by history. Titan/780ti, TitanX/980ti, new TitanX would only make sense if it again only just beat the 1080ti. And the ti series always end up matching the next generation x70 cards
Well that 780ti was all in all faster then first Titan simply because it had more shaders, tmus and rops so it was faster. Then that Titan Black was combination of Titan and 780ti.
Titan X on other hand was bigger then 980ti. Not cut down vs full chip.
All in all, Titans ware always such a cash grab, no one should be buying this. Its even more expensive than Maxwell Titan. Volta Titan will be like 2k$.
I'm sure there were some people predicting the same price for Titan P...
I guess you'd recommend buying 480 cfx?
Thats 500$. The rest you can spend on some expensive hooker and booze.
I'd have to pass and recommend the GTX1080 instead.
People who want to buy a titan will buy a titan. Period.
Have you thought that this new Titan X might just be a cut down version of the actual full fat Pascal?
I honestly wouldn't be surprised if we see another card by the end of this year.
Probably won't be the end of this year. Most likely refresh the entire line up next year... same as they did with 700 series.