Nvidia Titan Xp 12GB Review

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theswartz

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WOW thanks Nvidia...bought the titan x to believe that they pushed the card to the max and then they bring out the ti and then the xp that are both better.
Sure feel cheated a bit they should give us titan x buyers some sort of refund. Pricing should be more like titan x $700, 1080 ti $800, titan xp $900 price ranges.
 

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Never buy a Titan if you care the slightest bit about the money. That holds true for pretty much all bleeding edge top-end products, but especially for this one.
 

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The only reasonable circumstance to buy a Titan is if your butler, Maxwell, offers to pick one up on his morning run to the market.

"There's a better Titan out? Oh phooey! Maxwell! Come hither! Go fetch me that new Titan card from that place you go to."

"Right away, sir."
 

derekullo

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Maxwell, You're Fired!

Pascal, You're Hired!
 

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Its one of the notable benefits of CFX vs SLI that you can successfully Crossfire certain slightly different cards together. I've successfully paired a 290 with a 290x in CF with no noticable gameplay issues (that didnt exist already with a normal matched 290 CF setup). Now, if AMD could ever put as much effort into supporting CF solidly in new games as Nvidia does with with SLI......
 
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