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Nvidia GTC press event

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a bigass titan core cooled by a single fan ,GOOD JOB...

 

I think, who ever will buy this card, will also spend, like 10% more to build a custom loop for it.


who cares...

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DAMN. The number of views on this forum was enough to make my web host think my server got DDOS. :)

Oups. It should be back shortly

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Garbage event. When I said I wanted a dual GPU card, this was not it. A dual 780 or 780Ti sure, but not that piece of shit. AMD better follow quickly with their Vesuvius.


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Maxwell or gtf0

Titan Z.

More like

Titan Nty.

LOL

Better off putting 2 x 780(Ti) in SLI.

Unless you're a CUDA developer... people comparing these cards apparently don't know that GPUs aren't use just for gaming.

 

Wait for the 800 series, those are for us gamers, probably at the Computex event this June. Were still almost half-way through 2014, relax...

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So besides the $3k Titan Z what else is new for us? What about Pascal?

Sorry for le questions, too lazy to read anything


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So besides the $3k Titan Z what else is new for us? What about Pascal?

Sorry for le questions, too lazy to read anything

pascal is  a next generation gpu, other then that nothing much was  said about it.

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that titan z looks nice and all, but I sincerely hope people don't buy it like they used with the original Titan. I could really use that card in my Motion Design though ^^


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pascal is  a next generation gpu, other then that nothing much was  said about it.

You clearly didn't listen enough. Pascal is the next generation of GPU architecture that's gonna feature unified memory architecture which will solve the bottlenecks that exist in the PC. It'll also feature 1TB/s of memory bandwidth which is about 3 times what we have now. None of this information is new, but Jen-Hsun Huang explained it in detail. By the way Maxwell was supposed to have the unified memory architecture, but apparently they decided to push that back to Pascal (previously called Volta) - this info is actually new. 


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You clearly didn't listen enough. Pascal is the next generation of GPU architecture that's gonna feature unified memory architecture which will solve the bottlenecks that exist in the PC. It'll also feature 1TB/s of memory bandwidth which is about 3 times what we have now. None of this information is new, but Jen-Hsun Huang explained it in detail. By the way Maxwell was supposed to have the unified memory architecture, but apparently they decided to push that back to Pascal (previously called Volta) - this info is actually new. 

most new source didn't  really  explain it well.i miss the  conference and i can't  use  sound from laptop from where i am at to watch it now .Thanks for the correction anyways.

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So, no one noticed? Portal running on android? They ported to the Shields Android OS, ARM source engine anyone?


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Yea I mentioned it at the end, with a picture, until my webhost decided to suspend my account due to "DDOS". Anyway,

I think people just don't really care. It's an age old game, and it's Android. All they had to do it make sure that their game runs with OpenGL ES

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Most of the pictures aren't loading :(

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Knowing Nvidia I'm guessing the numbers in the background is how much it will cost.

everything they show is presented with a price tag. 3k for the titan z, 50k for iray.


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Not to often i watch full press conferences, but this one was dam impressive. My takeaway notes:

 

1. Nvidia is putting cpu manufactures on notice. GPU is the new king. Power/performance, or just simple performance, they are king.

 

2. The improvements in efficiency and 3d stacked memory are the next wave. 

 

3. They are preparing to branch out in major way. Now isn't  a bad time to buy some stock. 

 

4. What does amd have in pipe to stay competitive. Nvidia has been sitting on their hands for a while because ATI/AMD  hasn't pushed them.   NOT anymore.

 

5. Where does Intel go from here, gpus are coming fast, so technically they've had APU for a bit, but more by  the day, more and more programs/apps and harnesses gpu power.  Will they follow suit? Arm is hot on their heels as well. 


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I mean, I get that we're supposed to be seeing inovation at GTC, but I've learnt more about and actually seen Pascal, a product two years away, then I have about Maxwell, a product months away.

I know you're excited nVidia, but it kinda feels like you don't give a damn about Maxwell at all


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but can it run minesweeper?

 

With some of the new tech coming up you'll be playing minesweeper like this soon enough.

 

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I just want Unified Memory now......

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I know you're excited nVidia, but it kinda feels like you don't give a damn about Maxwell at all

With all the miners gobbling up the supply of Radeons I assume kepler geforce cards are selling very well to gamers. So Nvidia probably sees no reason to rush high end maxwell to the market.

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