~15 TFLOPS of FP32 vs ~12 TFLOPS for the Titan XP (~25% gaming improvement without accounting for architectural improvements)Like every one of them is related to pure numbercrunching.
Yes.Next generation GPUs from Nvidia will actually use Volta architecture
and most likely will have Tensor cores.
For compatibility reasons.
Nah, it will be $2000 for the next gaming Titan Xv, and some brainwashed nerds will act like it's a bargain.They could still do a Titan Xv on GV102/big ampere with 5376 cores and GDDR6, priced around $1.2-$1.5k. And then a slightly cutdown Ti at 4864 or 5120 cores. They can still do the normal cycle, basically, just with this sitting there for the actual professionals.
Really great for lower budget engineering/university projects, assuming the Tensor unit is intact.Its barely faster than GP102 in FP32.
For all intends and purposes, that's not a consumer card.
Eh, no.Gaming version? This is the same release pattern as previous generation.
Titan X released - cut down version.
Titan Xp - full version.
GTX 1080 ti - a little cut down, but higher clocked version of cut down Titan X.
Now we have Titan V - which is cut down version, of full chip.
If the GV100 GPU was meant to be used in gaming market - it is 1:1 the same scenario.Eh, no.
Not even close.
This thing uses the actual GPGPU die, just like OG Titan did.
Chip with 1/2 FP64 and meme cores is not intended for gaming at all.If the GV100 GPU was meant to be used in gaming market - it is 1:1 the same scenario.
GP100 chip was not in Consumer branding: Titan. Only Quadro. Volta GV100 has consumer branding: Titan.
They're a bit ridiculous for any gaming? The SMs aren't as efficient for FP32 as GP102/4 SM design (1/2 the FP32 per SM). Surely a high end Volta (GV102?) gaming GPU will be far more efficient per mm2, not to mention cost.I'm very very interested in seeing gaming benchmarks with two of these cards in SLI. I may have gone mainstream with motherboard and CPU, but I intend to stay high end when it comes to GPUs.
Decided to disable SLI and run a single Titan Xp in the same test. 8700K @ 4.7GHz, DDR4 @ 3600, and the Titan Xp @ +100 core / +500 memory (12400).
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