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JayzTwoCents perfectly summarized my thoughts about the Titan Z in a rather funny format.

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I'm sorry, but I'm already tired of people getting mad about the price, have fun finding a card that can game with 12GB of VRam and two GK110 fully unlocked with unbelievably performance.

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HAHAHAHAHAHA i saw it a while back xDDD its funny as fudge, i mean, when he says 1+1=3 according to nvidia (paraphrasing) xDDD that is just outstanding xD 

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I'm sorry, but I'm already tired of people getting mad about the price, have fun finding a card that can game with 12GB of VRam and two GK110 fully unlocked with unbelievably performance.

That's the thing - there's no point.

For the price of ONE Titan Z you can buy THREE Titan Blacks. So you're getting an entire other Titan Black out of it. And if you're spending that much money on graphics cards you can easily stretch to a bigger case or motherboard to accomodate multiple GPUs.

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Nvidia is taking the PC gaming to the riches only. 

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ahhh man

he doesnt get any business. i feel bad for the guy
at least out of the tech people Linus has pretty good retail experience

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I'm sorry, but I'm already tired of people getting mad about the price, have fun finding a card that can game with 12GB of VRam and two GK110 fully unlocked with unbelievably performance.

The issue is that for the same price you could actually buy 3 classic titans for the same price and get probably better performance. Normally when Nvidia does the whole "Tape these two cards together and throw it out there!" thing there's at least the stand point of "Okay it's not as powerful as the two base cards, but it's cheaper by few hundred dollars (Normally the 680 was around $550-$600, so a $1,000 is a nice deal at slightly less speed.) 

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I can see the titan z more along the lines of a tesla card now since its gone into that bracket

Its all about those volumetric clouds

 

 

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Putting any Titan in a Gaming orientated machine is pointless right?

 

If your not using the double precision abilities, and buy one... what a waste...^

 

 

So if your using the double precision abilities and your NOT gaming at all you could buy a Quadro K or AMD alternative, The Titans may even be a good idea here...

 

If your using the double precision AND Gaming... You would not be doing both at the same time, so why not get a 780TI and a Quadro KSeries alongside it, using each when you need it. Or have two separate machines anyway.

 

Why buy a TitanZ when your not going to be able to game on and be doing professional work on the same machine at the same time.

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The man is 100 percent right. The idiots at IGN forums are going nuts saying how expensive a PC is now. He called it. 

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I'm sorry, but I'm already tired of people getting mad about the price, have fun finding a card that can game with 12GB of VRam and two GK110 fully unlocked with unbelievably performance.

 

You should be sorry, because that's the dumbest thing I've heard. The 12Gb isn't an improvement over the Titan Blacks 6Gb seeing as it's split over 2 GPU cores. Then for that money you can get 4 780's plus have some left over cash or 3 780ti's plus some leftover cash or 3 titan blacks. There is zero point in getting this card ever.

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GTX 780Ti, 2880 CUDA cores, higher clock speeds, non-reference, 384bit bus can only power 3gigs VRAM: Single ~$750  SLI = ~$1500

 

 

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I'm actually cracking up, because I think its halarious...  its like freaking EA bought Nvidia...  Though the sad thing is Nvidia thinks people will actually buy this card!  sadly, we are not console peasants who buy a freaking new console without knowing anything about it.  Cant wait for Nvidia to realize no one will buy it, because its two FREAKING 780tis!  IT WOULD BE BETTER AND CHEAPER TO GET 3 780TI IN SLI! 

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I already saw the video, it summarizes it really well. :D

 

Even people with workstations can't be that ignorant! They will buy a regular Titan or two.

 

The funny thing is, that it will probably cost 3000€ aswell. because 1 tech USD = 1 tech EUR. :P For that money you can get 7 GTX 780s.... just saying.... :D

who cares...

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A 750 Ti will give you console level performance with DX12.

How many PS4 consoles do you need to string together to get Titan Z level of performance?

6 or 8?

Also the Titan series has never been consumer grade gaming parts...

It's like bitching about Tesla prices.

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Hes not mad at the price hes moreso angry with the fact that the uneducated "console junkies" now have more shit to throw when saying oooh ooh pc gaming soo expensive. This isnt fair to guys like us who actually fully understand computer parts and price/performance. Titan Z is purely a workstation card for ultra pro sumers who have money to burn, tbh Nvidia really screwed this one up and is giving pc gaming a bad name thinking pricing a gpu at THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS is ok.

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That's the thing - there's no point.

For the price of ONE Titan Z you can buy THREE Titan Blacks. So you're getting an entire other Titan Black out of it. And if you're spending that much money on graphics cards you can easily stretch to a bigger case or motherboard to accomodate multiple GPUs.

 

 

I'm sorry, but I'm already tired of people getting mad about the price, have fun finding a card that can game with 12GB of VRam and two GK110 fully unlocked with unbelievably performance.

 

 

Not to mention the fact that two individual cards can probably be pushed further anyways, it'd be less thermally constrained (in a bigger system 2 cards could be better, but 1 single card in something like a micro atx/ mini itx case could be better)

 

I understand them wanting to make it cost more, because I'm sure R&D was tedious, but making it cost an extra 1000$ out of thin air is a bit ridiculous.  You also have to consider the fact that mini ITX just got a whole lot more interesting, you can have Titan Black SLI in a TINY formfactor now, which previously held back itx systems from being "all they could be"

 

Another thing to mention, the people that are buying these will be a niche market. While the people that have the space, correct airflow, and other potential will probably just buy 2-3 titan blacks or 780 TI's anyways. 

If you don't like the price, don't buy it. It's really quite simple lol. Some people are willing to spend a premium to get the max out of one card, versus two in space-constrained cases.

 

 

Another thing they could be doing, making it 3,000$ at launch, getting dumb people to buy it, then lowering the price.

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This video is for entertainment purposes only....Nvidia could care less what a guy ranting in his office thinks about their Titan Z.... They are in business to make money.. you don't like the price, the best thing you can do is to not buy the card. I don't like the price.... I am not going to buy the card. Also, this card is mostly for CUDA developers ... but there will be plenty of high-end gamers that will buy it too.... who cares. This card is not for the masses... Nvidia dropped the Titan @ 1K and it still sold like crazy.. so if they drop this card for 3K and no one buys it, then they will lower the price eventually. I still think it will sell very very well.  

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Not to mention the fact that two individual cards can probably be pushed further anyways, it'd be less thermally constrained (in a bigger system 2 cards could be better, but 1 single card in something like a micro atx/ mini itx case could be better)

 

I understand them wanting to make it cost more, because I'm sure R&D was tedious, but making it cost an extra 1000$ out of thin air is a bit ridiculous.  You also have to consider the fact that mini ITX just got a whole lot more interesting, you can have Titan Black SLI in a TINY formfactor now, which previously held back itx systems from being "all they could be"

 

Another thing to mention, the people that are buying these will be a niche market. While the people that have the space, correct airflow, and other potential will probably just buy 2-3 titan blacks or 780 TI's anyways. 

If you don't like the price, don't buy it. It's really quite simple lol. Some people are willing to spend a premium to get the max out of one card, versus two in space-constrained cases.

 

 

Another thing they could be doing, making it 3,000$ at launch, getting dumb people to buy it, then lowering the price.

Indeed.

I think the conclusion that I've come to is that the card is intended as more of a technical showcase than a real consumer product. More of a "Hey, look - we can do this" than a "Hey, come buy this".

At least that's what I'm hoping it is. Because it really has no place in the market in my view. There is a market for people who want a dual gaming GPU in a limited form factor, but the Titan and therefore Titan Z is more of a gaming/workstation hybrid - and I significantly doubt that those who would wish for such a powerful card in a small form factor will accept the insane price.

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Hes not mad at the price hes moreso angry with the fact that the uneducated "console junkies" now have more shit to throw when saying oooh ooh pc gaming soo expensive. This isnt fair to guys like us who actually fully understand computer parts and price/performance. Titan Z is purely a workstation card for ultra pro sumers who have money to burn, tbh Nvidia really screwed this one up and is giving pc gaming a bad name thinking pricing a gpu at THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS is ok.

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i don't see the issue its not a gaming card its workstation grade. 4k$ is not that bad for workstation parts. only about 1 person will buy it a week and it be used driving thinks like 8k advertising boards or similarly crazy things like flight simulators with 10 screens.

 

I have no problem with these things existing as it allows for things to move forward.  give it a year and there be a similar gaming part for 1k$.

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i don't see the issue its not a gaming card its workstation grade. 4k$ is not that bad for workstation parts. only about 1 person will buy it a week and it be used driving thinks like 8k advertising boards or similarly crazy things like flight simulators with 10 screens.

 

I have no problem with these things existing as it allows for things to move forward.  give it a year and there be a similar gaming part for 1k$.

 

That brings us to an issue we put on the back burner for a second. Nvidia was supposed to announce/hype the existence of the 800 series for desktops. Even if it isn't going to be released until Q4, the hype train never hurt. Instead, Nvidia slaps gamers in the face with the Titan Z. AND THEN goes Oprah and gives away Shields to everyone present at the conference for no reason. That money could have been used to further development or something. The absence of the 800 series really ticked me off, the $3000 Titan Z is just the icing on the cake. 

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