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NVIDIA Announces New TITAN X Card With 12 Billion Transistors, 11 TFLOPS Compute

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dominick32

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Holy good god! I can't believe The info is official! they were predicting an August release !
at That gaming event in Germany !
 

gkline

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Jun 13, 2003
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JHH does not fool around.

I just bought a GTX 1080 FE which I added a water block to so my price was @$830 total. I'm happy since it is blazing fast foe all of the games in the forseeable future.

No doubt this Titan X is a beast.
 

Robert17

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Feb 1, 2011
Hmmmm. I'm guessing I'll need to get a couple of them in SLI so that I can get 5000 FPS when playing Minesweeper.:facepalm:
 

Sumguy

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Aug 23, 2009
could of changed the name on it ffs.. i wouldnt pay 1200 for no vid card everrr
 

notarat

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Nov 11, 2010
So I wonder how long it will be before people start falling for scammers selling previous "Titan X" cards priced a little less than the current ones...

nVidia really needs to think up a better name...
 

Zantal

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Mar 19, 2009
I know I will buy one in december, at the moment the money just isn't there, still waiting for a raise =(
 

Janus67

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May 29, 2005
I'd expect the Ti some time in 2017 based on their release schedule for the last generations
 

magellan

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Jul 20, 2002
So I wonder how long it will be before people start falling for scammers selling previous "Titan X" cards priced a little less than the current ones...

nVidia really needs to think up a better name...

It's ludicrous that they would name a new product after another product that is only one generation old, but I guess they couldn't use Z. But why not Y? Titan Y?