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NVIDIA Presents the TITAN RTX 24GB Graphics Card at $2,499

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They aren't stupid enough try and bring HBM to a consumer part yet.
AMD was first to go HBM and when everyone followed suit with 6k fpga's and 10k gpus... the memory suppliers cranked the price 4x making AMD unable to launch it at $300 as planned.
 
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That's more of a technicality than anything else. It looks, feels, and tastes like all of the other RTX chips. The only difference is that you're paying a "professional" price. You don't need to say it's for gaming or not. There is such thing as reading between the lines (the ROP and TMU counts plus crap DP performance should be a dead giveaway.) @btarunr is right, any person doing AI or processing large amounts of data with HPC hardware would be a fool to not spend the same money on two 2080 Tis instead if you need nVidia for CUDA or something. What nVidia has done is nothing more than wordplay, because you know, actions speak louder than words.
So Jensen Huang was right after all: the more you buy, the more you save ...
 
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So Jensen Huang was right after all: the more you buy, the more you save ...
In comparison to the dinosaur, sure. That isn't to say that the 2080 Ti is priced competitively though.
 
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competitively to what.. it has nothing to compete with except the double priced titan version..

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In comparison to the dinosaur, sure. That isn't to say that the 2080 Ti is priced competitively though.
competitively to what.. it has nothing to compete with except the double priced titan version..

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In comparison to the specific case @btarunr mentioned: compared to it's own previous product (V100).
 

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competitively to what.. it has nothing to compete with except the double priced titan version..

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If it's not a gaming chip, you should take a look at AMD on those terms. Unless you need CUDA or you're using TensorFlow the red camp actually has good options for the price. Two Vega 64s would cost a fraction of what one of the dinosaurs would cost and you'd have more compute power for a whole lot less than even the cost of a 2080 Ti.

Edit: Tell me, when crypto was hot, why did people want AMD cards?
 
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They were a lot cheaper and had a much faster ROI due to its compute and notably lower price.

I think everyone understands there are better deals out there (we couldn't forget!). But within the context of last gen vs this gen, unless you need that DP performance, it's $500 cheaper and a faster card than the V it replaces. I think most everyone knows this is lipstick on a pig. But at least it put the lipstick on. Haha
 

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I think most everyone knows this is lipstick on a pig. But at least it put the lipstick on. Haha
That just made my day. Thank you. :roll:
 
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+10% performance over 2080 Ti for +150% price.

if you are poor its not nvidia fold. world and universum fastest gpu its not cheap and nvidia are nor charity comapany.
 
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2500 dollars? I'd rather play atari 2600 with a tight plastic bag on my head.
 
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looking at things the other way it makes the gaming version of a 2500 dollar professional card exceptional value for money.. he he

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