@Stan: I think the only new socket release in 2014 is the one for Haswell-E cpus, other upcoming models from both Intel and AMD should stay on the same platforms, maybe Intel will release a new series of motherboards for Haswell refresh, but they’ll still be on the LGA 1150 socket.
(Thursday, Apr 17. 2014 11:55 AM)
Add to that the upcoming release of the Maxwell series, which will certainly bring high end gpus that will easily destroy a Titan and you’re left with almost no reason to get a Titan as of now.
(Thursday, Apr 17. 2014 11:53 AM)
consumer gpus and professional ones, without costing as much as a Quadro. They have a very specific customer base and buying a gpu that costs almost twice as a 780ti and is only slightly faster is a waste of money, if you’re not planning to use its “extra features”.
(Thursday, Apr 17. 2014 11:50 AM)
The chatbox ate my post, but what I was saying to brik is that you missed the point. Titan gpus aren’t nerfed in the double precision floating point department, hence they’re better at tasks like 3d modeling and the likes. They’re meant to be the middle ground between
(Thursday, Apr 17. 2014 11:41 AM)
unless you fill its very specific niche of customers.
yeah i didnt made another pc because of that.
from what i heard. wen they release Maxwell, there will also be new motherboards with another soket. so im waiting to see whats coming up . why spending now when there will be a beter one with the same price :P.