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hey go see on nvidia website finally out heh 2.400$ us count me out what do ya guys and gals think about this one.

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Titans turned from scorched black to 'Nvidia celebrating their newest money grabbing product' champagne gold, for now.

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Yeah how about no? 

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Just now, Jurrunio said:

champagne gold?

better be real gold for $2400 

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Watch signatures here.  They'll pop up.

 

Plus you'll see "How to OC my Titan RTX" posts.  Cuz bragging....

 

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Sad thing is, people with buttloads of money will just say, sure! Then toss their 2080ti to the side for under buy value just to get the latest and greatest =/

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Haha not a fan getting ripped off have you not heard rtx 2080ti getting on fire not paying that amount for that to happened plus who the heck will fork that amount just to play games on that new dxr thing not me hell a lot of peoples are not gonna pay that ammount I do the smart thing wait and see...

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1 minute ago, Brass_01 said:

Haha not a fan getting ripped off have you not heard rtx 2080ti getting on fire not paying that amount for that to happened plus who the heck will fork that amount just to play games on that new dxr thing not me hell a lot of peoples I do the smart thing wait and see...

why pay that much for firewood?

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Titan V at $3000, titan rtx at $2500, odd product order.

I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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Sigh, I wish it was still full black, I was actually going to purchase it and now ONLY due to the color scheme I'll probably not to, this whole 'gold is luxury' is sooo Apple, no thanks... lets keep the 1080 Ti until Navi 7nm.

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4 minutes ago, PacketMan said:

Oh, it's like if we were still on 9XX series. You can get better performance paying more. Next series will be the same performance and same price, next will be 5% better performance and 15% more expensive, etc.

Like literally everything else in life.

Pay lots more to get something a bit better.

All the people who can't afford it then start whining about bad value and money grabbing and corrupt companies etc etc etc

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All of this going too fast for me I waited 2 years to get a gtx 1060 haha then I modified it a bit to get 2.1ghz core and 9ghz memory liquid metal and changed the thermal pads I know it's not a big gpu but it should not stop me having a right to talk about it like informed customers...

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I think ill skip that generation altogether I had a hd 7850 then r9 290 after sold my r9 290 system still got that hd7850 bought another to crossfire then sold that to get gtx 1060 I know it's weird but instead getting gtx 1080ti ill wait mabe the generation after 2xxx series ive waited a long time to upgrade the others so ill see what they gonna cook up on the wait and see bandwagon only benefited me in the end but was not on the bleeding edge only one time when the fx systems was new but you know how that turned out and when the z170 came out...

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I'm actually considering it... Though it'll probably have to be water-cooled if I want temps to stay reasonable... With that said, you could get a top of the line 2080 TI and water cool your entire system for less than just the card. Still debating as my 1080 TI is still doing just fine. 

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How many people will buy an RTX 2080ti now thinking "oh, it's not THAT much money compared to a Titan." thinking they are getting a great deal. haha.

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im more into buying a new system instead of just a new gpu for now waiting on the new intel stuff.

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Id get the titan if I had money left over to have a cpu that could keep up.

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I can buy one, might say screw it and credit card a second one to upgrade my Xp SLI setup... After all tax returns will be coming in after a few months.

 

Thing is, this is the same GPU as the 2080Ti, TU102 which means we still don't have a full fat Turing card in existence (a TU100 would be the full Turing design). This makes me worried to spend 2500 / 5000 now, when it is very possible that they'll just release some Titan RTXp 6 months later on a TU100 chip with more CUDA cores, more tensor cores, and more importantly more RT cores. 

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11 hours ago, Kalm_Traveler1 said:

I can buy one, might say screw it and credit card a second one to upgrade my Xp SLI setup... After all tax returns will be coming in after a few months.

 

Thing is, this is the same GPU as the 2080Ti, TU102 which means we still don't have a full fat Turing card in existence (a TU100 would be the full Turing design). This makes me worried to spend 2500 / 5000 now, when it is very possible that they'll just release some Titan RTXp 6 months later on a TU100 chip with more CUDA cores, more tensor cores, and more importantly more RT cores. 

I can definitely understand this fear. I have it too, and I keep going back and forth between this, the 2080TI, or just keeping my 1080TI and see what happens. 

 

Thing is though, there is never really a perfect time to upgrade. Sure, there are better and worse times, but technology continues to be updated at a rapid rate. This is especially true in the higher end market, where the top of the line cell phone, CPU, GPU, whatever, will be replaced eventually. Just got to make a decision of if it makes sense for you and go from there. 

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