Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Pete J, 4 Mar 2015.
Here we go.
Been saving for this in SLI.
12gb! Blimey. I think they got bored of waiting for AMD to do something. Glove meets face, awaiting response.
I reckon that will be the wrong side of grand!
12GB... really? I'm all for having more than you need, but that seems like e-peen fodder to me.
Yeah at last, I just need to get 4 of them
I hate to imagine the price tag
Whilst I wipe the drool away I'll be waiting for the Ti variant.
And a second mortgage
Cue the '11.5 GB' or similar comments that have popped up elsewhere...
As for price tag - I'm predicting Soul, First-born and spare internal organs, just like the other Titans...
Meh, still a 28nm part. Nvidia must have gotten bored waiting for 20nm to get sorted. I miss the good old days when we got a new (half/full) node nearly every year
Not convinced for a gaming-orientated card for those doing rendering and not wanting Quadro's it makes sense I suppose.
If you have money to buy this card the cost is Irelivent. As it's goingto be at least £1000 with amds none compete.
Looks crazy stupid. Play3r live show mentioned it tonight, just saying!
Are AMD still making gfx cards?
Scan have a Asus Titan listed for Pre-order at £1270.58, ETA is March 11th too
The Titan Z is a dual card, with probably 2x GTX 980 Cores downclocked on it. 12GB shared, meaning 6GB Usable VRAM.
Titan X is meant to be a Single Core monster GPU. But I doubt it will have 12GB VRAM. More like 6 or 8GB...
I look forward to this, so long as they don't price themselves out of the market...
This is the titan-z with 2 gk110 chips that has been around for about a year:
This is not a Maxwell card.
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