Titan X Launch

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Nvidia says they are live blogging their GTC keynote which should include the Titan X launch details. There is a Ustream embedded player on the page, so they may be providing a live stream as well:

http://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2015/03/16/live-gtc/

Takes place at 9AM PST, which I believe is normal NDA lift time for Nvidia.

Post up review links if you find them!

Anandtech review: http://www.anandtech.com/show/9059/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-x-review


Sure, I'll stick this one for a little. :)

-Rvenger
 
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Kippa

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Well there be actual Titan X gfx cards to buy in stock in a few hours? Or is this launch just an announcement?
 

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Rumors are that it will be available today. Nvidia has been doing hard launches for a while now.
 

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Stream is up.
 

Rvenger

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AT review was removed. I got a chance to read half of it.
 
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I wonder if there going to be any info on pascal.
 

Subyman

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AT review was removed. I got a chance to read half of it.
I only got to see the first page :(

Hard launch confirmed though, so that's good.
 

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If it's not over $999 I will put it on my Paypal credit and enjoy 6 months no payments/no interest. :p
 

Grooveriding

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Found this at OCN




Main points

- 33% faster than GTX 980
- $1000
- No FP64 DP like the original Titan, straight up gaming card now
- In the same power consumption ballpark as a 780ti
 
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Rvenger

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Found this at OCN
- No FP64 DP like the original Titan, straight up gaming card now
Ok, this is a dealbreaker for me. Just for the fact it will be harder to sell since we now only have 1 market segment for the card. :(
 

96Firebird

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Well the good news is... Anandtech isn't skipping this review!
 

Subyman

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CUDA Cores
3072

Texture Units
192

ROPs
96

Core Clock
1000MHz

Boost Clock
1075MHz

Memory Clock
7GHz GDDR5

Memory Bus Width
384-bit

VRAM
12GB

FP64
1/32 FP32

TDP
250W

GPU
GM200

Architecture
Maxwell 2

Transistor Count
8B

Manufacturing Process
TSMC 28nm

Launch Date
03/17/2015

Launch Price
A Large Number
From article, no big surprises.
 

n0x1ous

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Really a waste of money with none of the prosumer stuff then.....

so Im guessing the regular 9XX versions will be cut down and no full chip Ti like 780 since that would match Titan sans VRAM
 

n0x1ous

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can anyone confirm if its a fully enabled GPU?
 

imaheadcase

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Ok, this is a dealbreaker for me. Just for the fact it will be harder to sell since we now only have 1 market segment for the card. :(
Which is the point of the card..

Wish anandtech site would remove the facebook crap on sidepanel. serves no purpose.
 
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Head1985

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No FP64 and still 1000dolars and only 33% faster than GTx980?
WOW nv next level of milking.
 

Subyman

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can anyone confirm if its a fully enabled GPU?
It is, Anandtech said so:

Packing a fully enabled version of GM200, this gives the GTX Titan X 3072 CUDA cores and 192 texture units(spread over 24 SMMs), paired with 96 ROPs.
 

nurturedhate

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If this initial report of it oly being 33% faster than 980 then this is a disappointment. Not a huge disappointment but not small either and gives AMD a much easier target to beat. If this is the full gm200 and it 100% seems to be then this is basically the top NV card for the next year or more.. That in of itself it pretty sad and lame.
 
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railven

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And now the circle is complete. GM200 is now a $1,000 price point.

Took the 780 Ti and jacked up the price.

Welps, time to make some hard hitting decisions haha. Ramen for a few weeks? Ramen for a few weeks.
 

Rvenger

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Looks like I will just wait.
 

NeoLuxembourg

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33% more cores, makes sense that it's 33% more performance in average ...

It still should be over 33% in memory limited cases (aka 4K)
 

Subyman

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If this initial report of it oly being 33% faster than 980 then this is a disappointment. Not a huge disappointment but not small either and most likely gives AMD a much easier target. If this is the full gm200 and it 100% seems to be then this is basically the top NV card for the next year more more.. That in of itself it kind of sad.
The 33% aligns with that stats. 50% more ROP, cores, texture units, but lower clock than the GTX 980. As we know though, OC potential is still up in the air.
 

Subyman

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Looks like I will just wait.
Depending on how the reviews go, I may just pick up a 980. Half the price... Sad to see FP go. Helped prop up Titan resell. They still go for $600+ on eBay.
 

nurturedhate

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The 33% aligns with that stats. 50% more ROP, cores, texture units, but lower clock than the GTX 980. As we know though, OC potential is still up in the air.
It's not that I was expecting more, I wasn't. It's just that being stuck on the same node has stagnated performance. 580 to 780ti was such nice performance jump. 780ti to titan x is a large letdown. That is all.
 
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