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So is the GTX Titan X the supposed 790 or is that still a go?

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User Info: EntwineRychiar

EntwineRychiar
2 years ago#1
Because at 3K they have lost their minds...
This isn't funny Dean, the voice says I'm almost out of minutes!

User Info: Blobs_

Blobs_
2 years ago#2
I think you mean Titan Z, right? And considering the Titan Z is a dual GPU, it's looking a lot like the supposed 790.

I don't know for sure, but it's probably NVIDIA's cool name for the 790. And an excuse to charge 3k.
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User Info: EntwineRychiar

EntwineRychiar
2 years ago#3
Yeah my bad you are right. It is Z. That stinks I was hoping the 790 would be still coming.
This isn't funny Dean, the voice says I'm almost out of minutes!

User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
2 years ago#4
it is rather expensive for a pair of titans.
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User Info: Annihilated

Annihilated
2 years ago#5
I honestly think nVidia was thinking by now, "f*** it, these people will pay anything. Let's see how high we can really go."

User Info: HaMMeRHeaD25

HaMMeRHeaD25
2 years ago#6
Titan Z, like the original Titan, is a workstation card moreso than a dedicated gaming card. This is for graphic-intensive software that would usually require a Quadro, and those are competitive with the Titan Z's price. I believe the 790 is still forthcoming
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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
2 years ago#7
Annihilated posted...
I honestly think nVidia was thinking by now, "f*** it, these people will pay anything. Let's see how high we can really go."


Considering it's still cheaper than comparable workstation cards, and more widely available?
Titan and Titan Z are not targeted at gamers. Marketed to to some extent, but they're made for enthusiasts, students, or other people who want/need workstation class cards for private use.
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
2 years ago#8
DarkZV2Beta posted...
it is rather expensive for a pair of titans.


Titan Z is a pair of Titan Blacks no?
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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
2 years ago#9
Snuckie7 posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
it is rather expensive for a pair of titans.


Titan Z is a pair of Titan Blacks no?


Is it?
Either way, though, that would only run ~2200 or so going off Newegg. Titan Z is a 50% markup on that.
I get why; form factor is the big deal here. You can stick 3 or 4 of these things in a machine, and for scientific computing or such, that's a great idea. It's just rather pointless to only get one of them.
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