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    NVIDIA Announces TITAN V "Volta" Graphics Card

    Those who have bough Titan's in the past have always ended up getting the short stick by Nvidia months later with a much more reasonably priced alternative that is almost as fast. I doubt this time is different. Tho i doubt these people with deep wallets care. Depending on how Nvidia decides to...
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    NVIDIA Announces TITAN V "Volta" Graphics Card

    Yeah sorry that's minor error on my part. The last column is actually ??? (+125%) not ??? (+100%). Multiply first column value by 2,25 to verify.
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    NVIDIA Announces TITAN V "Volta" Graphics Card

    No. There is a difference. Quadro uses different drivers that are not gaming optimized and also uses different cooler design. Titan uses GeForce branch and has the Pascal like cooler. When it comes to buying sense i agree - for 99% of people it does not make any sense to buy this for gaming...
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    NVIDIA Announces TITAN V "Volta" Graphics Card

    This reminds me of the Vega Frontier Edition argument. Then too people were arguing that it is not a gaming card. So let me offer my opinion: it is not marketed as a gaming card. This is true as it does not have GeForce Titan branding but rather just Titan V. However as it has display outputs...
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    NVIDIA Announces TITAN V "Volta" Graphics Card

    I'm aware of that. Ths this table is based on rather simple +xx% to existing results. Ofcourse newer cards will be faster but not by exact 25%. Maybe it will be 19,89%, maybe it will be 32,58% in some games. The idea is to give a rough idea how much more power is required to make 1440p 144fps a...
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    NVIDIA Announces TITAN V "Volta" Graphics Card

    I did a small table a while ago from one of TPU's GTX 1080 Ti review by adding certain percentages to the results in order to predict future performance. Hopefully someone finds these useful. Numbers are in AVG FPS at 1440p max settings. Btw i got the name right (Titan V) but i doubt it will...
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    NVIDIA Announces TITAN V "Volta" Graphics Card

    Same here. Remember people. Keep the environment and sharing is caring :D Likely the massive GPU itself along with the cutting edge 12nm manufacturing process. I doubt HBM2 adds significant cost. Vega Frontier Edition has 16GB HBM2 and costs less than 800$. Well the pessimist in me predicts...
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    AMD Develops GDDR6 Controller for Next-generation Graphics Cards, Accelerators

    P100 was also a low volume high price part.
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    AMD Develops GDDR6 Controller for Next-generation Graphics Cards, Accelerators

    Well that's Nvidia for you. They bash things they themselves do not use. But hype it to 11 when they start using it. Remembe why HBM was created in the first place! - because GDDR was consuming ever more power. Granted G5X and by the looks of it G6 will keep power consumption at bay due to lower...
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    G.SKILL Releases Ultra Low Latency CL17 Trident Z RGB DDR4-4266MHz Kits

    Well thousands is exxagerating. Unless you are refrerring to 64GB and 128GB kits. For example 4x8GB 4133Mhz CL19 kit costs 664€/591£: https://geizhals.eu/g-skill-trident-z-black-black-dimm-kit-32gb-f4-4133c19q-32gtzkkf-a1677142.html?hloc=at&hloc=de&hloc=pl&hloc=uk&hloc=eu
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    Researchers Find Glaring Intel ME Security Flaws, Company Outs Detection Tool

    Ah i see. Didn't know it was a review unit.
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    Researchers Find Glaring Intel ME Security Flaws, Company Outs Detection Tool

    http://www.techadvisor.co.uk/feature/windows/windows-10-home-vs-windows-10-pro-vs-windows-10-s-3618710/ For power users it's mainly Group Policy that allows more settings finetuning. Also has some enterprise features. But buying a 2000$ CPU and skimping on OS to save 20-80$ makes no sense to...
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    Researchers Find Glaring Intel ME Security Flaws, Company Outs Detection Tool

    Who runs 7980XE on Win10 Home? Pro version atleast buddy.
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    Researchers Find Glaring Intel ME Security Flaws, Company Outs Detection Tool

    Yep this requires a new BIOS version to fix since BIOS is what has the ME Firmware. Unfortunately ME Firmware can't be updated separately and thus Intel can't provide the fix. And good luck waiting for manufacturers providing this fix for older 6th gen processors. Especially on lower end boards...