Monday, September 28th 2015

NVIDIA Preparing a dual-GM200 Graphics Card

If it could make a dual-GK110 graphics card, the forgettable $2,999 GTX TITAN-Z, it's only conceivable that NVIDIA could launch one based on its newer and slightly more energy-efficient GM200 chips. According to a WCCFTech report, the company is doing just that. The dual-GPU GM200 graphics card could bear the company's coveted "GTX TITAN" branding, and could be a doubling of the GTX TITAN X, with twice as many CUDA cores (6,144 in all), TMUs (384 in all), ROPs (192 in all), and memory (24 GB in all), spread across two GPU systems, in an SLI-on-a-stick solution. It remains to be seen if NVIDIA gets the pricing wrong the second time.
Source: WCCFTech
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36 Comments on NVIDIA Preparing a dual-GM200 Graphics Card

#1
RCoon
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btarunr, post: 3350495, member: 43587"
It remains to be seen if NVIDIA gets the pricing wrong the second time.
Sick burn.

#shotsfired
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#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I pledge $4000 of my hard earned smackaronies :toast: only for the soul experience of being slapped in the face with said card and then instantly refunded post haste before my bank manager finds out and decides to send the repo men over
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#3
ZweiGaming
is it necessary prolly not, do i want one heck yes, will i ever make enough to get one not even in my wildest dreams
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#4
ironwolf
Hopefully it won't come with a tube of burn cream. :eek:
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#5
GhostRyder
I would hope it would be a dual 980ti variant instead of the Titan X merely for the price difference. But it is probably a dual Titan X so prepare for a $2500 price point...
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#6
dj-electric
Pricing can never be "right" on a dual titan card.
Never was, never will be.
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#7
64K
Oh god here we go again. <sigh> The rollercoaster from hell is upon us.
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#8
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
ohh nvidia...
you will never build a card such as 690 again .... what a shame...
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#9
TheMailMan78
Big Member
FreedomEclipse, post: 3350501, member: 38411"
I pledge $4000 of my hard earned smackaronies :toast: only for the soul experience of being slapped in the face with said card and then instantly refunded post haste before my bank manager finds out and decides to send the repo men over
I thanked you because you used "post haste" correctly.
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#10
Kaapstad
This has got no chance of ending well as the Maxwell GM200 chips are very energy efficient but that does not mean they use less watts than the old Kepler GK110 chips. This in turn will lead to a very hot badly cooled card unless water is used or the clocks lowered making the card pointless and overpriced.

Maxwell also does not do well on the compute front, something that probably got the old Titan Z most of it's sales.
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#11
DeadSkull
Going to sell for $1999.99 and a piece of your liver.
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#12
ShurikN
Dj-ElectriC, post: 3350530, member: 87186"
Pricing can never be "right" on a dual titan card.
Never was, never will be.
Pricing was never right on a single Titan card, let alone dual.
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#13
Assimilator
Doesn't matter what price it is, fanboys will buy it. Just like they buy Fury Xs. So for nVIDIA, the price is right.
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#14
Animalpak
Many years has passed from the GTX 690, finally they will release the new dual GPU king.


Hope is 1000 $ not more or less.
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#15
Fluffmeister
If there is a market for the overpriced Nano, then guess what ladies... there is a market for this too.

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#17
bogami
Definitely it will be on the same base plate as the TITAN-Z with two processors GM200 and PLX chip will be here...It not difficult to know. If only price will not be pregnant again . I would gladly afford 2 pieces but only if the price will be reasonably € 700 per piece.(I can dream ). And as always very late to offer the best option.
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#19
xenocide
I'm confused by so many people claiming Maxwell is a hot GPU. It runs about the same temps as he first line of Kepler cards (~70-75c for AIB cards, ~80-85 for Reference Design). On top of that, most 980's only idle warmer because the new trend in GPU's is having fans that turn off when the card is idle, which is why most 980's idle at ~45-50c compared to a 680 which idled at ~30-35c.
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#20
GSG-9
xenocide, post: 3350765, member: 93980"
I'm confused by so many people claiming Maxwell is a hot GPU. It runs about the same temps as he first line of Kepler cards (~70-75c for AIB cards, ~80-85 for Reference Design). On top of that, most 980's only idle warmer because the new trend in GPU's is having fans that turn off when the card is idle, which is why most 980's idle at ~45-50c compared to a 680 which idled at ~30-35c.
I'm also confused, my 980ti is sitting @ 33c.

The 690 I upgraded from ran similarly (both on water). If you are going to drop this kinda cash on a flagship card its only appropriate to give it cooling of the same caliber.
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#21
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
btarunr, post: 3350495, member: 43587"
the forgettable $2,999 GTX TITAN-Z
Actually because it's such a lemon I'd love to have it in my collection of dual GPU NVIDIA cards. Unfortunately, I can't ever see it being priced reasonably, even a used one in several years time. <sigh>

I kept my lemony HD 2900 XT for just this reason. And because the cooler looks beautiful, lol.
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#22
tjmagneto
Insert obligatory Crysis reference here.
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#23
xorbe
tjmagneto, post: 3350843, member: 72173"
Insert obligatory Crysis reference here.
But can it run Crysis in 8K?
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#24
D1RTYD1Z619
I hope it come out after 9 months so that I have time to get my wife pregnant and have the child to pay for it
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#25
geon2k2
Fluffmeister, post: 3350709, member: 101373"
If there is a market for the overpriced Nano, then guess what ladies... there is a market for this too.


:) nice pic
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