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    Default Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    Two GPUs, One Insane Graphics Card: Introducing the GeForce GeForce GTX TITAN Z.
    The Titan Z is packed with two GK110 chips, running on 5,760 cores. Expectedly, this type of power is really intended for high-end computing applications, but you could also run crazy games on the Titan Z. Well, if you're willing to spend $3,000.






    Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z | GeForce

    http://ca.ign.com/articles/2014/03/2...ce-gtx-titan-z

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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    I can only drooling all over For more enthusiast than I am, $ 3000 is too much for one (two in one), video card(s), but wouldn't reject, if someone gives it to me.
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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    Personally I think this is stupid and a waste of peoples time. It was crazy enough to release a freaking GPU at $1k but now you have to outshine your own stupidity by releasing a $3k GPU? Are you serious? No wonder AMD is out selling Nvidia, even with AMD GPU pricing being inflated. They are focused on realistic GPUs that normal gamers, system builders and enthusiast can actually afford. yes they have a top of the line GPUs like the 7990 but it was less then $1k before miners got into the mix. Titan was a waste of money if you look at the Price/Performance ratio for gaming and I am sure this will be even more lopsided then Titan was. Hell Titan Black is still Lopsided why create another to top that one? WTH.

    AMD will release a dual GPU for under $1k msrp. Partners will make after market versions and if the Price/Performance is right for miners it will quickly rise to around $1300. And it will still be better then buying a stupid $3k GPU. Hell at $1300 you can buy 2 and still have money left over for new monitors!!
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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Personally I think this is stupid and a waste of peoples time. It was crazy enough to release a freaking GPU at $1k but now you have to outshine your own stupidity by releasing a $3k GPU? Are you serious? No wonder AMD is out selling Nvidia, even with AMD GPU pricing being inflated. They are focused on realistic GPUs that normal gamers, system builders and enthusiast can actually afford. yes they have a top of the line GPUs like the 7990 but it was less then $1k before miners got into the mix. Titan was a waste of money if you look at the Price/Performance ratio for gaming and I am sure this will be even more lopsided then Titan was. Hell Titan Black is still Lopsided why create another to top that one? WTH.

    AMD will release a dual GPU for under $1k msrp. Partners will make after market versions and if the Price/Performance is right for miners it will quickly rise to around $1300. And it will still be better then buying a stupid $3k GPU. Hell at $1300 you can buy 2 and still have money left over for new monitors!!
    Lol, don't tell us how you really feel. On a serious note though, that is a ridiculous price for on card. Besides, if one Titan Black was supposed to be around $1k, why isn't this closer to $1.5-$1.8, since there should be less manufacturing costs involved than two titan blacks. So yeah, totally agree with you on the Titan Z.
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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    I was interested in it, till i saw the price tag, then i put my phone down and started to work again, i can't even dream of being able to buy something like that, This craziness is why i am an AMD guy.

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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    waste of money! im not paying $3000 for a video card. now if i win one that's different
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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Lol, don't tell us how you really feel.
    Ha-Ha! Sandy can't help himself when confronted by stupid,........

    I agree about the price. It's an awesome card, but I think that it's designed primarily to separate fools from their money.
    The only way I would even consider this would be if I won the Lotto, and then, I would have to consider other options first.

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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    Quote Originally Posted by Carnyakam View Post
    I was interested in it, till i saw the price tag, then i put my phone down and started to work again, i can't even dream of being able to buy something like that, This craziness is why i am an AMD guy.
    Damn right. I cant wait to see who the first dumb ass will be that post on Facebook that he bought one of these. Look at me I'm in debt so I could be cool for 5 minutes even though I only have a single 19" monitor that doesnt even have hdmi or displayport.


    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Ha-Ha! Sandy can't help himself when confronted by stupid,........

    I agree about the price. It's an awesome card, but I think that it's designed primarily to separate fools from their money.
    The only way I would even consider this would be if I won the Lotto, and then, I would have to consider other options first.
    Sorry man I couldnt help it. Im more mad at the game Nvidia is playing with Gamers and enthusiast. Instead of winning going straight up with AMD they are creating GPUs from Workstation parts and slapping a ridiculous price tag on it and saying its a Gamer GPU. The performance up to this point has not been justified by the price tag. Oh what was that? So many people were willing to shell out $1000 when there were cheaper solutions that performed better? OK Well look at this new spectacular toy we have now!! Its 2 of the $1000 Gpus for only $3000!!!! It will perform like 1.5 of those but at 3 times the price!! YAY!!!
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    Default Re: Ultimate Power. The new GeForce GTX TITAN Z

    It may be Awesome but its not $3000.00 of Awesome some rich guy will buy it just to say he has one!
    And he wont be any better at gaming then he is now

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