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Stop it, there are so many reposts.

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Titan Z will be in the range of 3.000$.....Jeesussss!!!!!!

 

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Shocking. it's not cheap to make, MSRP of a single titan is $999 and combining them isn't free. True it shouldn't add like $1000 but its a card for measuring e-peen, and nvidia just want to say they've got the fastest card.

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stop the dam reposting! 

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Shocking. it's not cheap to make, MSRP of a single titan is $999 and combining them isn't free. True it shouldn't add like $1000 but its a card for measuring e-peen, and nvidia just want to say they've got the fastest card.

It's pretty insane though... Gosh, I can't wait to see how it performs at 4k.

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It's pretty insane though... Gosh, I can't wait to see how it performs at 4k.

Yeah it's pointless for most people, I'll have 4k in 3 years probably. 12GB of RAM is CRAZY! Is there any benefit to having that much RAM on a card?

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Will it have a GK110 GPU?

 

If I could afford it I would buy one and watercool it.

Of course it's a dual GK110, what else would it be?

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Yeah it's pointless for most people, I'll have 4k in 3 years probably. 12GB of RAM is CRAZY! Is there any benefit to having that much RAM on a card?

It's 12 total but only 6 is usable

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It's pretty insane though... Gosh, I can't wait to see how it performs at 4k.

it will perform the same at 4k as 2 titans that are slightly under clocked. There is no voodoo magic in a dual GPU card.

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It's 12 total but only 6 is usable

Oh right because that seemed a ridiculous amount. 

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People complain about the price tag. realise that this is NOT a mid range card. It is the cream of the crop from Nvidia. It's a brand new card. A brand new FLAGSHIP card. What you're getting is two of their most advanced cores, 12GB or vRam on 1 PCB. that in itself is a feat.

 

Is your average gamer going to buy this? Probably not. Nvidia adverted it for productivity even. This is meant to be a work station card.

 

I think the price is reasonable. (within error) Do you even know how much it costs to put these things on 1 PCB?

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I'm sure half the reason a lot of people that buy this will be just so you can say 'I have one'

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Shocking. it's not cheap to make, MSRP of a single titan is $999 and combining them isn't free. True it shouldn't add like $1000 but its a card for measuring e-peen, and nvidia just want to say they've got the fastest card.

That's a sheer load of ignorance right there. It's not like it costed nothing for them to develop.

 

A single R7970 costed $350, so why did the R7990 cost $1000?

 

Why do ROG MARS and ROG ARES cards cost so much?

 

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It's 12 total but only 6 is usable

In sli you have 6 available yeah but sli turned off you have 12GB. Although I'm not really sure how you can do this with a single sli card, but with two seperate cards you just needed a 2nd monitor connected to your 2nd card and move your app to your 2nd monitor to use that gpu.

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In sli you have 6 available yeah but sli turned off you have 12GB. Although I'm not really sure how you can do this with a single sli card, but with two seperate cards you just needed a 2nd monitor connected to your 2nd card and move your app to your 2nd monitor to use that gpu.

Turning off SLI doesn't give one of the GPU's access to all 12GB, it's all on the same PCB but it's doesn't stack no matter if SLI is turned off or not. If you turn it off to do some kind of production work you still have two GPU's with 6GB each.

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Turning off SLI doesn't give one of the GPU's access to all 12GB, it's all on the same PCB but it's doesn't stack no matter if SLI is turned off or not. If you turn it off to do some kind of production work you still have two GPU's with 6GB each.

Never said you a gpu gets 12GB if sli is turned off. If you just have two files each taking 6GB of vram, move one to the other gpu thats what I'm trying to say so you practically still have 12GB of vram available but at the cost of sli performance. Same thing if you run 2 games each on a different gpu.

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Never said you a gpu gets 12GB if sli is turned off. If you just have two files each taking 6GB of vram, move one to the other gpu thats what I'm trying to say so you practically still have 12GB of vram available but at the cost of sli performance. Same thing if you run 2 games each on a different gpu.

 

In sli you have 6 available yeah but sli turned off you have 12GB. Although I'm not really sure how you can do this with a single sli card, but with two seperate cards you just needed a 2nd monitor connected to your 2nd card and move your app to your 2nd monitor to use that gpu.

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