weird because wasn't AMD who was pushing Tessellation as the "future" right?. well no, it wasn't AMD it was ATI since TruForm up to TeraScale 2 with the HD5000 series.. so Nvidia had a superior Geometric performance was an Nvidia Fault?. Gameworks features hurt also Nvidia GPUs but just less than AMD Cards, which also it's not a huge drama anymore since polaris as the geometry performance was improved, don't like the performance drop? as you said above just turn it off. it's Nvidia Titan V a gaming card?. as far I know it's a Prosumer card with Gaming capabilities.. what's the problem with it?. I don't see it marketed for gaming and I don't see gamers rushing for it, any gamer know that the consumer Volta it's the one to pick to upgrade over current GTX 10XX series..in any case Nvidia Titan V it's a super cheap alternative to Tesla V100 cards to those who are entering in the realm of AI. GPP? I said lot of times before, this current 30% - 40% leap of performance between generations can't be achieved forever, Nvidia want to be seen as the superior and premium GPU vendor as they are, they don't want their GPUs to be in the same category as AMD products are, they want to be seen as exclusive and that's what GPP it's for, because they know there will be a point where things will get slow in the technological performance department and they want to be as far as possible from AMD, which also confirm that they doesn't care about AMD, enough to not want their brands of GPU together in the same category of AMD GPUs.