Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by MxPhenom 216, Mar 18, 2013.
This could get interesting depending on what its priced at.
$799 probably. I suspect a 10% performance differance.
It would be good news if Titan hasnt suffered from all the setbacks its come across. I suspect this is just another get rid of defective K20 chips like Titan was. For a premium card buyers expect a very good product.
A Tahiti refresh would be just as fast as this I would asume at a lower price point.
Since release is July-August. I'm going to take a wild guess and say thats around the time PS4 will start pre-orders The bitterness continues...
They'd be better off just cutting the price of Titan rather than introducing another overpriced SKU (if their yields are good enough, anyways)
yea . . . . . don't see that happening
Erm, that wouldn't get rid of the low binned gk110s at all though would it.
Please nvidia sort it out , titan was already cut down, this would be More cut down, are they going to be calling the 4-6smx working card of the future a Cut down Titan...tut I bet it's going to be overpriced and largely irrelevant to most anyways. .
The original GTX670???
I read about a lot of issues that a few people are having but these issues tend to be with folk overclocking (throttling happening).
My only grumble is the power targets being so low. HD7970 is by far the better card to play with but for me at least my card is perfectly happy to sit at 1.1GHz on stock volts.
I might get brave and do a BIOS flash for a higher power envelope but flashing >£800 of silicon is a tad scary if you've never done it before....
These kinds of stories are usually picked up by the News department... and it has been: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=181601
Please discuss there.^
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