God I want that monitor. I'm holding off on video card upgrades until that monitor comes out and I see what the framerates are on end of the year/next years offerings.I'm exaggerating. I'm waiting to upgrade my Monitors until 4k 144hz is available and supported. I haven't been keeping tabs on reviews but it sounds like were not gonna be there any time soon. The ROG 4k 144hz isn't even out until Q3 apparently.
I hope not. Meaning the Red Balls demand for an AMD chip I hope supersedes any Green Balls demand from Nvidia. From Intel, we've have nothing but Blue Balls for years now.Wow, so nv and amd are gonna clash on the same day for big news.
No sense fantasizing about that. The price will be as high as they think they can possibly charge to maximize profit .... plus an extra $100 ... as a big FU to the desperate nerd hordes (like me).If this is 5-700$ it will be worth every penny.
Obviously it will probably cost more since you know, no competition. (And Nvidia's top end cards have been pricey since forever. )
Single card is the future. When I bought a Titan XM, I figured it would last me a few years, and then the Titan XP dropped and almost doubled the performance in RWT. On the upside, I now have a Titan XM and XP lol.I would have just built a x99 5820k system with dual 1080s water cooled lol and the 1080s are step ups from 1070s. All well it faster then he'll. I'll probably sit out the next or the next 2 video card gens. Unless they come out with a single card as fast as dual 1080s since games that support SLI are getting few and far between now days.
Lol, I'd actually like that.I kind of hope it's just a bunch of hype related to their release of the hot new 1030TI, the best bet for low-power 720p gaming!
You guys are getting hung up on marketingwords and taking "ultimate" too literally.Ultimate is a big word to throw around when Titan XP has been around a while. Maybe it's a reworked product, not quite like past 780 Ti / 980 Ti. Maybe it's Maybelline.
Tell me about it. Even if prices do drop, who knows how long until they drop here in my country South Africa.as someone who is considering a new video card in the next month or so I'm having a hard time deciding if I should wait or not... eternal dilemma.. "will this push down prices on 1070/1060?" "will AMD drop prices further, or will they wait for their Vega launch" sigh...
nvidia like to have titan every year. maybe we will get Titan X(P) Black just like the original GTX titan black. right now only Quadro P6000 use fully enabled GP102 core. so technically nvidia still have a room for another titan.If it has Titan beating performance, do we also expect a new Titan? I can't imagine they'd pull the rug from a higher profit item.
Edit: Oh, they're saying overclocked ones may beat Titan. Still, they'd know this, question mostly stands.
does it really matter HBM or not if the performance was there?wait so even after the wait still no hbm2? :/
1080ti is only gonna matter for 4k gaming, doubt regular 1080gtx will have issues on 1080p. heck it can even do 4k at reasonable settings if you must.
even a while back people didn't really spend on getting 1080gtx, they went for 1070 for 1080p and it was good enough :X
I feel like given the pricing and memory spec, Nvidia considers the Titans more like cheap workstation cards than high end gamer cards (or just purely a prestige product, there can't be much money in those), and I suspect that's where most of those sales go, even if they don't market them that way explicitly. I think the numbered cards are the ones they consider the "real" consumer range and the x80Ti has been the peak of that for a good while now.As for the "Ultimate Geforce" thing, that is weird. Maybe it's because they don't consider the Titan's to be part of the GeForce product family anymore? They are supposed to be more "machine learning" products?
nvidia: we have been waiting for that to happen......since last year. right now we are waiting the for AMD to beat our fully enabled GP102 so the R&D we spend on 600mm2 GP112 are not wasted.nVidia, thanks for letting us know when AMD is launching Vega!
I hope your Ti is not enough this time, the industry needs AMD to win this time round.
When you want the best, you want the best. I wouldn't pay it though. I just went with a 970. Cost $100 less than my PS4 Pro. Much less, if you include my PS VR setup with it. I try to keep myself at $300 for any single computer component.I keep getting amazed how some people are paying 2-3 times the price of a gaming console for a graphics card. And how Nvidia manages to pull their pricing off year after year.