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septamusdave
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Jun 29, 2015
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Although the TitanX is attracting a huge amount of votes I really doubt there are many people in a position to buy one. I hope the votes go more towards something more sensible such as the 980 or 980Ti
Jun 29, 2015
Massdrop also makes the calls like this as to what they think will sell, and as well as what vendors are willing to sell. The 980(ti) makes so much more sense, I'd be surprised to see the titan here.
Jul 4, 2015
Gen0
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Jul 5, 2015
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You have to be realistic. The TitanX appeals to 5 crowds (high end gamer and CAD/Modeling, 3D Rendering, CUDA/GPGPU, Game Developer and Video crowd) whereas only 2.5 appear on the 980ti side (Game Dev, high end gamer and possibly video) due to it's historically poor performance at Pro tasks. Of course the high end gamer is likely to be more common, but the Pros are likely to have deeper pockets and the profit margin on the TitanX is likely to be much bigger (allowing the possibility of a deeper drop).
Jul 5, 2015
Captain.Hook
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Jul 7, 2015
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I agree, I'll bet we see something close to $200 off the Titan if it drops
Jul 7, 2015
AnantTripathi
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Jul 21, 2015
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You should do your research. Titan X isn't as good as any of the previous titans. They were great for high performance computing only because they had great fp64 (64 bit) performance. But ithis isn't the case with titan , whose fp64 performance is nearly identical to980 ti. And given the price and availability it will be ideal to buy 980 ti.
Jul 21, 2015
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