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    Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    Is it a bare Nvidia TITAN-X or Quadro M6000?
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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    You will see that these newly published leaked GM200 shots are time-stamped 24th December 2014 while the GPU-Z stats were logged a couple of days earlier, on 24th December.
    So that would make it the same day?

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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    So that would make it the same day?
    That looks like a typo, the date bottom-right of the photo is 2014-12-27.

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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    Another site put the die size at around 640mm^2 (roughly) give or take a bit. Absolutely massive. Either a good sign that TSMC's 28nm process is super-mature, and/or these chips will cost a absolute fortune.

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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    The new Quadro's are supposedly being released before Titans and Tis.

    4K gaming is really gonna get a boost from the extended VRAM and bus width. It's why the 980 doesn't have a bigger lead over the 780Ti in 4K gaming, the 256bit 384bit makes a difference in pushing 4K quality.

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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    From a personal perspective... drool....

    If I was being honest, with 12GB of memory I'm edging more towards it being a quadro than a titan although both are possible. It won't be cheap either way though

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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    4gb is fine at the moment for 4gb, no games really push it, memory bandwidth is the key which is why I am keeping my eye on the 390x cards
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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    4gb is fine at the moment for 4gb, no games really push it, memory bandwidth is the key which is why I am keeping my eye on the 390x cards
    unless you use the cards for gpu encoding/rendering etc, the more memory the better. You could argue the titan isn't really aimed at gamers, it's more of a 'consumer' version (or not quite hitting the grade) of the professional cards.

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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    Indeed it pretty much is, the big pull of the Titan over the 780 TI is the double precision performance, something which is not really needed for games or for distributed computing for that matter.
    Titans for me are epeen cards atm, great for the professional user who needs power and cannot afford a quadro though.
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    Re: Photos of Nvidia Maxwell GM200 based graphics card emerge

    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    Indeed it pretty much is, the big pull of the Titan over the 780 TI is the double precision performance, something which is not really needed for games or for distributed computing for that matter.
    Titans for me are epeen cards atm, great for the professional user who needs power and cannot afford a quadro though.
    or someone who doesn't see the point in paying 3x the price for a quadro for the same or less performance in 90% of professional usage scenarios, ie me

    CPU's aren't really needing to be changed as often now but things like gpu can still see real gains so picking a titan over a quadro makes sense as it means I can change that 1 part more often (or add in another card later on etc)

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