Thursday, March 12th 2015

Boxes of NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN-X Pile Up

Let us help you beat your Thursday morning blues with some eye-candy. An anonymous tipster sent us this picture of over two-dozen NVIDIA-reference GeForce GTX TITAN-X graphics card boxes piled up. We're not sure where it was taken, but given that it lacks any partner branding, it couldn't have come from an e-tailer's warehouse. Given this picture, a formal launch of the TITAN-X may not be too far away.
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60 Comments on Boxes of NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN-X Pile Up

#2
Prima.Vera
Pile of crap? :)))

Apologies, couldn't help it... :)
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#3
Champ
Ouch!!! My wallet?!
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#4
Assimilator
Yet the Radeon 300 series remains vapourware...
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#5
GC_PaNzerFIN
For some reason, this image looks like rendered, not a photo.
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#7
HumanSmoke
GC_PaNzerFIN
For some reason, this image looks like rendered, not a photo.
Looks like a bad phone camera shot. Having had a lot of phones with bad cameras I see the similarity
HossHuge
Empty boxes?
Would seem likely. Maybe some OEM consignment....or an unlikely computer store with the worlds dullest décor.
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#8
RCoon
You got me. I was the anonymous source. This is taken in my back shed (nice paint job eh?), and the boxes aren't empty, but aren't filled with Titan X's per se either.

In an effort I have partnered up with NVidia's best bakery chefs, and we have begun work on making cakes in the shape of the rumoured graphics cards. These cakes contain not 6 but 12 whole poonberries, and the sponge, I can guarantee you will perform at least 28% faster in your mouth compared to any AMD shop bought pastry. The cake was made in an immensely power efficient way, requiring only 2 mixers, a set of sieves, and one rogue tasting finger (Jen-Hsun Huang couldn't keep his beady little mits off).

Of course you can't reach the last 2 of 8 chocolate chips, because they got stuck in the cake mould, but it's ok, we're giving you the cake mould so you can still technically access them. (lick 'em off?)

We figured because they are so delicious, and tailored only to the elite cake eaters demanding the highest taste performance, that we would price them not 28% above the competing bakeries, but at $3000 because you crazy kids are probably going to pay that much. If you think that price is ridiculous, you can always get a crunch-creme from Gregg's.
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#9
arbiter
That is the box showing up at reviewers doors so that is box they are getting with a card IN the box.
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#10
HumanSmoke
arbiter
That is the box showing up at reviewers doors so that is box they are getting with a card IN the box.
Undoubtedly, they had cards inside when they arrived, so either a fearless display stacker, or the cards were removed prior to stacking. The location doesn't look retail. Either way they seem to have taken inspiration from OcUK's GPU pyramid

RCoon
In an effort I have partnered up with NVidia's best bakery chefs, and we have begun work on making cakes in the shape of the rumoured graphics cards.
Gives a whole new meaning to graphics card baking. What temp do you need to reflow cracked frosting?
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#12
Caring1
Calling it a pile up may be prophetic if they crash and burn.
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#13
DinaAngel
Just waiting for release benchmarks then let's see if I'll get one ~
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#14
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
Well for some reason I would just like to have the box.. but sadly I probably can't afford the box... lol No doubt the card would be good to have as well.. lol
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#15
64K
Great piles of joy for those that are wanting to get one.

RCoon
You got me. I was the anonymous source. This is taken in my back shed (nice paint job eh?), and the boxes aren't empty, but aren't filled with Titan X's per se either.

In an effort I have partnered up with NVidia's best bakery chefs, and we have begun work on making cakes in the shape of the rumoured graphics cards. These cakes contain not 6 but 12 whole poonberries, and the sponge, I can guarantee you will perform at least 28% faster in your mouth compared to any AMD shop bought pastry. The cake was made in an immensely power efficient way, requiring only 2 mixers, a set of sieves, and one rogue tasting finger (Jen-Hsun Huang couldn't keep his beady little mits off).

Of course you can't reach the last 2 of 8 chocolate chips, because they got stuck in the cake mould, but it's ok, we're giving you the cake mould so you can still technically access them. (lick 'em off?)

We figured because they are so delicious, and tailored only to the elite cake eaters demanding the highest taste performance, that we would price them not 28% above the competing bakeries, but at $3000 because you crazy kids are probably going to pay that much. If you think that price is ridiculous, you can always get a crunch-creme from Gregg's.
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#16
Octavean
HumanSmoke
Undoubtedly, they had cards inside when they arrived, so either a fearless display stacker, or the cards were removed prior to stacking. The location doesn't look retail. Either way they seem to have taken inspiration from OcUK's GPU pyramid


Gives a whole new meaning to graphics card baking. What temp do you need to reflow cracked frosting?
Typical,......

Three guys fooling around and one guy doing all the work,....LOL
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#17
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
That box in the bottom center... is really triggering my OCD...:mad:
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#18
R-T-B
HumanSmoke
Either way they seem to have taken inspiration from OcUK's GPU pyramid

That's no pyramid...

It's a Triangle.
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#19
GhostRyder
YAY boxes!!!

So these are the type of boxes we will see when the GTX Titan arrives, I am more with the people stating these seem like reviewer sample boxes (Or OEM GTX titans) since there are no branding on them. Hmm, we might get our wish soon and see these for ourselves soon enough with some real benchmarks!
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#20
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Random Murderer
That box in the bottom center... is really triggering my OCD...:mad:
Oh damn you, I hadn't noticed until you said it and now I can't stop fretting over it! :p
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#21
alwayssts
Perhaps they're being set up as an elaborate Price Is Right gag:

'Okay Cindy, for both prizes, which costs more....the Mazda Miata MX-5 or these 30 consumer graphics cards?

*sad sound effect*

...I'm sorry Cindy. We'll see you at the Showdown.'
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#22
newconroer
So when can I finally have a single card solution that runs 1600p at 120fps?***


Oh...



***using a program from this decade.
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#24
pioneer
i love amd ( amateur micro devices ) fanboys all around the world . i cant count them yet . they are all over and AMD pey well to them .

but any way .... can AMD fix this ??


i think by all ways ( prducing anti nvidia shows lke FIXER or hitler reaction on nvidia products or new
show )

i remember before amd by TONGA architecture wants to tackle power effecient of maxwell and before she comes many rumors tell us new gpu blow nvidia MAXWELL out of comptetion = result = ???? cant compete even GCN. 1.0 Who far more slower than kepler in terms of effecincy

what are you doing AMD ?? sell your self to SAMSUNG and give up man :))
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#25
15th Warlock
Omg, here we go again....

Hope they didn't disable any units on those, otherwise I'll just wait for the inevitable "black" edition this time around :p

Wonder where I'll get the EK water blocks for these puppies now that FrozenCPU is no longer in business :(
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