TITAN V Gaming Benchmarks Surface.. HUGE NUMBERS!

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  1. This card has tensor cores. Its clearly for deep learning. Moreover nvidia is good at locking down things, most likely not optimising this card for gaming thereby keeping off people who just don't understand that something 4-5 times as expensive as a 1080ti is clearly not for gaming.

  2. Pretty good results , i think it will take another 2 generations to where a midrange card like a 1060ti can play 4k Games Ultra at 60fps. I will be upgrading my monitor and gpu when that happens.

  3. Great vid as usual Joker, what sound pads are you using on the wall? Love the look of them

  4. if it's 30% increase in performance, it should only be 30% more in price diff

  5. You didnt even use a 6700k. Those benchmarks are not accurate then. The 6800k is worse thsn a 6700k for gaming is it not?

  6. 30% is NOT a big increase. Because this is the 5,120 core "Ti" equivalent. So it would actually be low. the 1080 vs 980Ti had 30% difference and THEN came the "Ti" Pascal in 1080Ti and went 60-70% increase. So this is actually not good. It would mean a Volta 1080 equivalent would have no increase at all over 1080Ti. It would be the same as the 980 vs 780Ti… But apparently Volta is better at DX12 and Vulkan etc and the DX11 drivers might not be optimized well cause the frame times is all over the place in many DX11 games. So we really need to see the proper gaming versions. But Titan V showed it was 55% faster than a 1080Ti in DOOM 4K for example and THAT is way more impressive.

  7. humm 5:54 this is running on a Titan V? Please tell me it's running on ultra settings + MSAAx8 at 10K resolution… cause 39fps is just sad, i was expecting 80fps+ from a Volta Titan at 4K!

  8. Showing serious gaming benchmarks for a video card that is not intended for gaming. No wonder the PC community is so misinformed.

  9. This is actually very disappointing. The way nvidia makes it sound it should massacre the 1080 ti. It beats it but not by a crazy margin. I guess we will have to wait and see what happens with Volta.

  10. Personally i wouldnt call a 20-30% increase in performance a MASSIVE increase. If you think back to the early 2000s the typical increase in performance between GPU generations was between 50-80%. We just got so used to meager 10-15% increase in performance lately that 20–30% sounds massive. AdoredTV made a good video about this a while back. Plus considering that the price is 400-500% more than a 1080ti, the gain in performance is not worth it. You could get close to if not the same performance with sli 1080ti's for less than half the price.

  11. Looks like we'll see a 2080ti late next year on this setup with gddr6x on board instead of hbm2. So the new 2080 should put us close to the 1080ti or a little ahead kind of like 980ti vs 1080. Nvidia has got it figured out. Amd needs to put some pressure on them for sure.

  12. 27% is pretty big… what? That's less than Fury X to Vega 64, and everyone is bitching about Vega 64 not being powerful enough. These kind of statements by you and others are actually harmful because it tells companies that it's OK to give us 27% with massive price tags after years of development. We'll just lap it up. Back in the day we saw anything from 40-120% between generations. Maxwell to Pascal gave us 40% and we all lapped it up despite it being much lower than in the past. From what I've seen, Volta's only solid advantage is in DX12-type situations.

  13. Can you do another video of 60fps cap thing! But not about steam, about UbiSoft! it would REALLY HELP!

  14. This card won't drop it's not made for gaming and never will be. I get it gaming and hardware is getting slow and all.

    But this is a useless comparison.

  15. your setup looks like a green screen its awesome

  16. Thanks dude! for this numbres!! thanks a lot. My 2 gtx1080ti + start today new savings + work …2 Titan V in June 2018! period!!

  17. I will be waiting for volta gaming cards. Until then I'll be sticking with a single 1080ti. It's more than enough for modern games.

  18. lmfao nobody will buy this card 3000 € XD its for big companies

  19. I would rather get 1080ti sli.
    I know sli is not worth it bla bla.
    But it is still cheaper

  20. im sorry but 12 to 20 fps gain is not a massive improvement. especially for a 3000 dollar card. how could anyone think thats an impressive gain.

  21. Can someone tell me why a 1080ti at 1440p it's getting less than 60 frames per second so what would it get 4k

  22. IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD
    IT'S NOT A GAMING CARD

  23. Titan V vs 1080 Ti = 30% higher performance and 300% higher price, welcome to Nvidia

  24. This card is actually pretty cheap considering what it is designed for

  25. “Against my 1080 Ti”…Has a Red LED Radeon card in the case. XD nice going

  26. Joker, those GTX 1080 Ti results in the first graph ARE NOT yours, if you are trying to claim them.

  27. They should have marketed this card as a Quadro, then released the Titan V as the Quadro without the Tensor cores for $1200.

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