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Nvidia Titan Xp 12GB Review

The Witcher 3 (DirectX 11)

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The Witcher 3 is a great-looking game with all of its quality settings maxed out. We go one step further than usual and enable HairWorks, since there aren’t any AMD graphics cards in our test field.

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Titan Xp is about 9% faster than Titan X, averaging almost 100 FPS.

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The new card’s lead grows to 11% at 3840x2160. Its average frame rate is right about 60, and the Titan Xp never drops below 52 FPS.


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  • With this card Nvidia completed the current generation of their graphic chips. They are onto new one...the best company out there.
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  • TMTOWTSAC
    GPU makers are really going to have to hope QHD, 4k, machine learning, and VR really take off within the next 4 years.
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  • dstarr3
    Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. If all you need a GPU for is gaming, go one step down, save hundreds of dollars, at the cost of only a handful of FPS.
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  • AgentLozen
    Freak777power said:
    With this card Nvidia completed the current generation of their graphic chips. They are onto new one...the best company out there.

    I was thinking something similar while I was reading this. The Titan Xp represents the very furthest that the Pascal architecture can go. This current crop of cards from the 1050 to the Titan Xp will carry us to Volta's launch.

    (wait, isn't there a card even smaller than the 1050? /shrug)

    Edit: Why isn't this quote working?
    Edit2: Figured it out =)
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  • AndrewJacksonZA
    "The Titan Xp represents the very furthest that the Pascal architecture can go. This current crop of cards from the 1050 to the Titan Xp will carry us to Volta's launch."
    I have to agree. Even though I don't like them as a company due to some of their business practices, I have to give them credit for being a stylish company that really pushes it and completes their line-ups - I like things to be *complete*... :-)
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  • AndrewJacksonZA
    Thanks for putting in the effort for this review, Chris! Appreciate your contributions around here. :-)
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  • bentonsl_2010
    (wait, isn't there a card even smaller than the 1050? /shrug)




    I believe you are talking about the 1030. This isn't really a gaming card however, it's more geared for e-sports streaming and HTPC type builds.
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  • hannibal
    Could you test this card with a water block?
    This seems to be monster that would really benefit from that...
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  • barryv88
    $500 for a measly increase over the Ti. Add another $200 premium that Gsync screens cost over Freesync ones, and you've happily payed +- $700 Nvidia tax for the "New coolest kid on the block" title.

    Yeaaaa. Thanks, but no thanks!
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  • AgentLozen
    barryv88 said:
    $500 for a measly increase over the Ti. Add another $200 premium that Gsync screens cost over Freesync ones, and you've happily payed +- $700 Nvidia tax for the "New coolest kid on the block" title.

    Yeaaaa. Thanks, but no thanks!

    You know if someone handed you a Titan Xp you would stick it right in your box without a second though.

    bentonsl2010 said:
    I believe you are talking about the 1030. This isn't really a gaming card however, it's more geared for e-sports streaming and HTPC type builds.

    Yes. That's the one.
    I mentioned it to illustrate that nVidia has a very wide portfolio with something for everyone. Pascal has been a terrific generation for nVidia.
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