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15 hours ago, RadiatingLight said:

TITAN XP was never really meant to be a gaming card.

IIRC it has FP32 compute unlocked to some degree, which the GTX cards don't, so it's good for professional use if a quadro is too expensive.

No. Titan XP has laughable FP32 performance even when compared to the Kepler based GTX Titan Black.

 

Titan XP has amazing FP16 performance but it's FP32 performance is just mediocre.

 

-_-. I'm really hopelessly confused. IDEK. Titan XP has awful FP64 performance which is what I meant.


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4 hours ago, Rune said:

Sometimes its fun working in retail and watching everyone squirm.

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Are you hinting something... ? 

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22 hours ago, Princess Cadence said:

Hahaha I love the Titan Cards but I can only buy them used after the hype is down thus why I am with the Maxwell yet xD

Don't feel bad, hopefully I can grab an Nvidia Titan X (Pascal) used for less than USD $1K used 😉


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41 minutes ago, JurunceNK said:

Don't feel bad, hopefully I can grab an Nvidia Titan X (Pascal) used for less than USD $1K used 😉

Nah I will jump the Titan XP, since my Titan X is as good as a 1080 the best thing to do is save money since now and get the Titan XV [Volta] when it releases [:


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4 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Nah I will jump the Titan XP, since my Titan X is as good as a 1080 the best thing to do is save money since now and get the Titan XV [Volta] when it releases [:

Wat?


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37 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Nah I will jump the Titan XP, since my Titan X is as good as a 1080 the best thing to do is save money since now and get the Titan XV [Volta] when it releases [:

Ya. I'm on a GTX 960 4GB, and I have a 1440p monitor. All of my Blizzard games can still run maxed out, but a good handful of games has to have some of the settings turned down, with The Witcher 3 having to have all the settings turned down to their lowest values except medium on grass and foliage density and NPC count.

 

Witcher 3 looks dull with those settings ☹, but I can hit 60 FPS.

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44 minutes ago, VagabondWraith said:

Wat?

First you overclock your Titan X Maxwell properly:

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Second, put it against the GTX 1080 Founders Edition:

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Realize that you never needed a Pascal card in the first place, jump it and buy Volta = profit.

 

Kinda the dick move from Youtuber Benchs where they always make stock clocks comparison on purpose, Maxwell overclocks much better than Pascal what reduces the gap between the cards drastically.


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36 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

First you overclock your Titan X Maxwell properly:

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Second, put it against the GTX 1080 Founders Edition:

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Realize that you never needed a Pascal card in the first place, jump it and buy Volta = profit.

 

Kinda the dick move from Youtuber Benchs where they always make stock clocks comparison on purpose, Maxwell overclocks much better than Pascal what reduces the gap between the cards drastically.

I went from a 980 Ti to a 1080 and the 1080 is clearly faster. The Maxwell line will never catch a 1080.

 

It comes close but its still 10% behind at OC vs OC at 1440p. And a lot of people don't overclock. Only the few of us on these forums.

 

ETA: The 1080 replaces the 980, whilst the Titan X Pascal replaces the Titan XM. The 1080 Ti replaces the 980 Ti before it. It's fun to compare high/upper high end cards to previous enthusiast cards, but it's the wrong comparison. You need to compare the TXP to the TXM and Ti to Ti.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, VagabondWraith said:

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I'm sorry, I do not follow the nature of your replying at all, you have asked me what I meant when I said my Titan X runs as good as the 1080. I shown how with proper overclocking my Titan X reaches the stock performance of the 1080 and how that good enough to jump the Pascal line up entirely and save for the Volta line up. You could say the point of it is that if you invest in the Titan of your current gen you do get enough to skip the next gen, nVidia gives you that much.

That is why I am considering upgrading solely to the Titan X Volta, I literally don't understand what does all this have to do with comparing the cards with the correct counter-parts, nor that I was in anyway making it a PCMR of better performing GPU lol.


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yawn gimme some more ryzen news 

 

I lil joke i think we are all full of ryzen news at them moment 


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im sorry , but it seems like investors are NOT happy 

 

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thats pretty massive 

 

also i hope the 1080 ti will be based on 14nm and not 16 , so be a small die shrink for pascal and not just a cheap titan 


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11 hours ago, Space Reptile said:

im sorry , but it seems like investors are NOT happy 

 

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thats pretty massive 

 

also i hope the 1080 ti will be based on 14nm and not 16 , so be a small die shrink for pascal and not just a cheap titan 

It's more likely that this has something with the Ryzen announce - Investors are selling from NVidia (because there were no new announcements recently from them) and started buying AMD stocks.

 

Also from what I can see the drop is really steep which is something common with stock prices. Do you remember Nintendo's stocks when Pokemon GO released?

 

Just wait for 2 weeks until AMD and NVidia have their events out so the public will have the information that is out there.

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30 minutes ago, tomotomov92 said:

It's more likely that this has something with the Ryzen announce - Investors are selling from NVidia (because there were no new announcements recently from them) and started buying AMD stocks.

 

Also from what I can see the drop is really steep which is something common with stock prices. Do you remember Nintendo's stocks when Pokemon GO released?

 

Just wait for 2 weeks until AMD and NVidia have their events out so the public will have the information that is out there.

2 weeks? Since when is February 28th two weeks from now?


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31 minutes ago, lots of unexplainable lag said:

2 weeks? Since when is February 28th two weeks from now?

The actual results of the announcements during February 28th will be visible when the market gets stable again.

The changes in the stocks that will happen on February 28th, March 1st, March 2nd and March 3rd will be temporary because everything is a paper release. Once there is more concrete data and the sales are visible - the market will get stable and the actual changes will be visible - which won't happen at least 2 weeks from now (around a week after the announcements).

 

If you check a little more of the NVidia stocks - for the last 3 months - their stocks were at the current level back in the mid December 2016. Also their stock prices was climbing up until Feb 7th (119.13 all time high) to the current value (100.49) which NVidia hasn't seen such low value since Dec 16th (100.41).

If you look a year back in their stocks - they started with as low as 32$ per share. Do you think they are scared of a little drop with the prices?

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On 2/22/2017 at 2:20 PM, Princess Cadence said:

It is that time of the year when nVidia makes every one who paid the overprice of the Titan X feeling bad [:

Dont worry, when the GTX 1170-1180 get released the 1080ti owners will also get their bad feeling. :D

 


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10 minutes ago, Accursed Entity said:

Dont worry, when the GTX 1170-1180 get released the 1080ti owners will also get their bad feeling. :D

 

Haha probably, cool trivia fact though it seems nVidia will change the name scheme on Volta, instead of being gtx 1150/1160/1170/1180 it will be gtx 2050/2060/2070/2080 and every new gen will follow it.

 

and every gen will have a Titan X as the top of the line product, I might actually get the Titan X Volta so I can skip the gen after it like I was able to jump Pascal with the Titan X Maxwell [:


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1 hour ago, Princess Cadence said:

Haha probably, cool trivia fact though it seems nVidia will change the name scheme on Volta, instead of being gtx 1150/1160/1170/1180 it will be gtx 2050/2060/2070/2080 and every new gen will follow it.

 

and every gen will have a Titan X as the top of the line product, I might actually get the Titan X Volta so I can skip the gen after it like I was able to jump Pascal with the Titan X Maxwell [:

Has there been any word on when the next series of Nvidia cards will be released?  

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On February 22, 2017 at 11:14 PM, Rune said:

Sometimes its fun working in retail and watching everyone squirm.

:D

Is there something you're not telling us?!  lol

 

 

Your evil is showing just a little.  I like that.  👍

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2 hours ago, Bleedingyamato said:

Has there been any word on when the next series of Nvidia cards will be released?  

I've heard by the end of the year so Autumn probably. The 1080ti might not be a good buy.


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2 minutes ago, dexT said:

I've heard by the end of the year so Autumn probably. The 1080ti might not be a good buy.

Hmmm..  I want to get a better card to replace my 1070 since I'm hoping to give 4K gaming a try but idk if hoping for a 1080 ti, just getting a 1080, or waiting for the next Nvidia series is the best option.   

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