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Nvidia just posted this on Twitter: This is TITAN X

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the freakin CEO of NVIDIA launched it, how more official should it get ^^

Yeah. Dint see that pic. I just saw the twitter page.


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With a 12GB framebuffer and 3072 cuda cores, workstation is looking more likely.

Well there are 4gb versions of low end cards too. 12 could be aimed at 4K.

But I think titan brand should be workstation mainly.


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Yeah. Dint see that pic. I just saw the twitter page.

No Problem, it is hard to believe that someone runs into a presentation and just shows everyone their newest GPU ^^


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the freakin CEO of NVIDIA launched it, how more official should it get ^^

 

Erm, we had a similar situation with Fermi. Where the "freaking CEO" showed us a hacked together thing(?) of some sorts that was held together by woodscrews while lying out of his ass for a full press conference. So yeah, that doesn't mean anything yet.

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Well there are 4gb versions of low end cards too. 12 could be aimed at 4K.

But I think titan brand should be workstation mainly.

I think it is a dual GPU, otherwise it must be a workstation and that wouldn't make much sense because its names Titan not quadro


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Erm, we had a similar situation with Fermi. Where the "freaking CEO" showed us a hacked together thing(?) of some sorts that was held together by woodscrews while lying out of his ass for a full press conference. So yeah, that doesn't mean anything yet.

Oh didn't knew anything about that


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My credit card has enough space I think to buy this one ....

but I won't.  :S


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Probably be really overpriced.

They're priced pretty appropriately actually, people always look at the gaming performance per dollar which is why they say they're overprice. But they're not gaming GPUs, they're Quadro's that got Geforce drivers so they can still play games. Titans are really more or less built for content creators so they don't have to buy multiple GPUs to render and play games.


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Unreal Engine 4 Kite Demo - Real Time - Running on TITAN X

 

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They're priced pretty appropriately actually, people always look at the gaming performance per dollar which is why they say they're overprice. But they're not gaming GPUs, they're Quadro's that got Geforce drivers so they can still play games. Titans are really more or less built for content creators so they don't have to buy multiple GPUs to render and play games.

 

You take your logic and get out of here! 

 

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I think it is a dual GPU, otherwise it must be a workstation and that wouldn't make much sense because its names Titan not quadro

Yea but if it features double precision then its workstation orientated since there's no gaming benefit :)


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They're priced pretty appropriately actually, people always look at the gaming performance per dollar which is why they say they're overprice. But they're not gaming GPUs, they're Quadro's that got Geforce drivers so they can still play games. Titans are really more or less built for content creators so they don't have to buy multiple GPUs to render and play games.

I'm wondering, why does people ALWAYS assume that PC are built purely for gaming and nothing else?

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I hope the big Maxwell OCs just as nice as the GM204. I´ve been waiting in forever to get hands on a true highend chip again. Those GTX980s need to be replaced soon. If this is legit it´s almost a shame that I will have to replace this reference heatsink with a fullcover waterblock ;).


 

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Oh golly. The black cooler though...damn


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Oh didn't knew anything about that

 

People really like to forget Fermi for some reason. Yields were terrible, the whole generation was a mess and they couldn't even produce enough parts for a single demo piece for their "big reveal" back then. This is what they showed us, you can read the rest of the story simply by searching for "Nvidia woodscrews":

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even if it could only use 11,5GB of VRAM it would still be a gigantic amount  :P


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