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NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GTX TITAN X Pascal

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Love it how everything is "unbiased" when NVIDIA is winning, but when AMD humiliates NVIDIA in equally unbiased DX12 and Vulkan titles with 1 generation old flagship, it's somehow "biased". Hilarious. Nothing is biased, AMD is just better in DX12 and Vulkan and that is a fact as solid and real as gravity itself. And it has been known for as long as Mantle existed and for as long as AMD was pushing for this closer to the metal API system. And it's GeForce owner telling you all this. So, do your math.
When nvidia wins in benchmarks, accusations of "nvidia biased" fly out of the woodwork like fireworks on the 4th of july.

in games that are not sponsored by nvidia or AMD, AMD does not have much of a lead from DX12. It benefits more, but that doesnt fix a slow card, and nvidiai still ends up on top of the graph.

Doom with vulkan is the exception to this rule, but that just exposes the other ugly truth. With DX12/vulkan, games will favor either nvidia or AMD based on which developer is making said game, just like with DX11. DX12 as a blanket statement is not going to be a home run consistently for AMD, especially if nvidia continues to dominate the PC space.

And at this point, there are simply no full DX12 games out, just a bunch of dx11 games with a dx12 wrapper on them. It will take some time until true DX12 games are out, and by then both the 400 series and the 1000 series will be irrelevant.
 

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Titan is what 1080 should have been. Hopefully 1180 will fix that.
This makes no sense. 1080 is not built on a flagship level chip. No x80 is. The 1080 is exactly what it "should have been" based on using a GP104 chip.
 
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The 1080 is exactly what it "should have been" based on using a GP104 chip.
Right, because it is a fully enabled GP104 it could only be "more than it is" if it clocked higher and the max clocks are already over 2 GHz on most samples ... seems to me it's actually more than it should have been based on architecture and expected clocks.
 
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True true, could be just illustration picture of quadro, not the final product.
As a person who uses these cards, they're just pictures of the previous gen. Always take info from pages like videocardz and WCCF with a grain of salt. The specs could be true, but it's speculation. All the top Quadro cards have basically been "professional" versions of the top card for the consumers so it's unlikely it'll have more cores than the new TItan. If it is true, then they are holding out a bigger chip for later sadly. They also have cooler variances each gen.
 
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Benchmark Scores FireStrike Extreme SLI TITAN X: 14014 SLI 980: 11023 GTX 690: 6094
Let's make something completely clear. Those of us who can afford the halo cards like GTX TITAN X, TITAN X, etc. are not and will not be crying over the release of these new cards. We'll be placing our orders.

You know the performance levels everyone is drooling over with the 1080? I've been enjoying that (and more since I always use SLI) for over a year.

Pathetic, jealous little internet denizens hope that we feel badly about our purchases, but the reality is we don't. We can afford it, and that pisses you off. Work harder, get a better job or education... do something about your situation, because mine is fine.
 

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Pathetic, jealous little internet denizens hope that we feel badly about our purchases, but the reality is we don't.
I don't think they "hope" anyone will feel bad, they just don't understand that there can be other buying criteria than "bang for buck". Bang for buck makes a lot of sense for many, but not all.
 
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Let's make something completely clear. Those of us who can afford the halo cards like GTX TITAN X, TITAN X, etc. are not and will not be crying over the release of these new cards. We'll be placing our orders.

You know the performance levels everyone is drooling over with the 1080? I've been enjoying that (and more since I always use SLI) for over a year.

Pathetic, jealous little internet denizens hope that we feel badly about our purchases, but the reality is we don't. We can afford it, and that pisses you off. Work harder, get a better job or education... do something about your situation, because mine is fine.
Let me see if you made your thing completely clear ...

How can people cry over graphics card they can't afford when
a) you are the living proof there exists a person who can afford it and willing to pay for it
b) it makes you mad
c) the method "breathe Darller ... just breathe" doesn't work
 
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