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NVIDIA to Unveil GeForce GTX TITAN P at Gamescom

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Jul 5, 2016.

  1. Kaapstad

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  2. Griffildur

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    drools, yup I can see a GTX 1080 TI in my case pretty soon (tm)!

    I wonder if that means we can expect around 50% more performance compared to the 1080 line.
     
  3. Gregster

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    Interesting info and cool if true :)
     
  4. Greebo

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    if ist 3840 cores then it will be. But then again expect the Titan to cost £1400 and the 1080ti to be £1050
     
  5. bemaniac

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    I need a game I cannot play on maxed settings in 4k before I can buy. I just don't need more power right now. Running doom maxed, ark survival evolved maxed, latest tomb raider maxed, assetto corsa maxed, forza pc maxed. Is anything coming soon that I'll need power for?
     
  6. Griffildur

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    I would expect the TI to come in between £800 - 900.
     
  7. Griffildur

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    you remind me of that guy who said computers will never need more than 1 mb of memory. Ok, slight exaggeration, maybe!
     
  8. Seanspeed

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    1080 is 50-70% faster than the 980, and that's 314 vs 398mm^ chips. So Pascal is definitely bringing the performance.

    So it kind of depends on what they use for big Pascal. Do they go for the full 602mm^ GP100? Cuz that would be an absolute monster and should *easily* see another 50% performance on top of the 1080.

    But I think even a 500mm^ GP102 or something would still enable a good 40-50% improvement over GP104.

    Either way, I think we're looking at proper 4k/60fps gaming coming up.

    I also think Computex sounds a bit early to unveil this, at least with any details. Maybe just a teaser.
     
  9. Griffildur

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    it wouldn't surprise me at all if Nvidia had these cards ready around Christmas time.
     
  10. orbitalwalsh

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    finally, the titan back to being a titan... a cheap workstation card that can play games :D
     
  11. Glanza

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    Be interesting to see if this warrants a upgrade from a 980ti i.e a decent improvement across the board.

    My worry is if the Titan X is still sitting around £800 new as they still sell this is going to come in at some silly price.
     
  12. magicoi

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    Interesting stuff! It would be nice if it drives the 1070/80 variants down a little in price or the TI will be mega expensive!
     
  13. Griffildur

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    I don't expect it to sell like crazy if the price is crazy ... Should come down quite a bit
     
  14. jommy999

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    I will be really surprise with shortage of AIB 1080 and they would announce new Titan this quick but we will see . I don't even get my preorder 1080 yet and now i already want the Titan P lol
     
  15. MrWhippy

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    slight exageration, he said 640K :)
     
  16. HRL

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    Launch in August, availability in March?

    If anyone does manage to get hold of one and then wants to let go of their underperforming 1070 or 1080, let me know please. :)
     
  17. KompuKare

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    Surely die size has little to do with it as GP100 uses lots of space for FP64 (Nividia use dedicated FP64 shaders).

    GP104 in GTX1080 has 2560 shaders @ 1607MHz (base), whereas the announced GP100 P100 have 3584 shaders (40% more) at a lower 1328MHz (base) frequency.
    (3584 * 1328) / (2560 * 1607) = 1.15694.
    So about 16% faster.
    Obviously HBM2 means huge bandwidth so anything bandwidth limited would get more than 16% extra.
    Of course the unknowns about a GP100 Titan would be the core count (a 600mm² chip should have plenty of dies which can be salvaged), and the frequency as if this Titan could be clocked at 1600Mhz+ it would make a huge difference. Problem is that the P100s already have a TPD of 300W (250W for the non Mezzanine ones but the frequency of those was not announced).

    Of course, if Titan P is based on GP102 none of this applies. But since GP100 is 600mm² they must have lost of parts to salvage.
     
  18. Radox-0

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    Awsome looking card, bahhh should have waited. Seeing some serious power requirements there however compared to prior Titans.
     
  19. Marine-RX179

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    And the price the that graphic card would be at the same amount of money that one could buy a last gen top-end 4K (non-OLED) TV with :D
     
  20. bakes0310

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    Going to be a crazy price but i bet it wont be as expensive as the titan z which was £2000.
     


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