If you've got $1200 to $1600
burning a hole in your pocket, the world's most expensive gaming graphics card
will definitely outperform anything else available today.
With the previous generation, NVidia introduced the GeForce GTX Titan X based on the Maxwell GM200 GPU at then-record nosebleed prices in limited quantities, then followed it up with the GeForce GTX980Ti using the same chip with 8% of its capabilities neutered for 40% less money. Suddenly, spending $650-$700 on a graphics card seemed like a bargain! Since the current NVidia Titan X (same name, different product from the evil marketing geniuses) using the Pascal GP102 GPU has been on the market almost six months, we have not seen a graphics card with a more-neutered version of the GP102 GPU for a less insane price. If they follow the same money-making pattern as the last time, they'll knock off less than 10% of the chip's performance and cut the price to $800-$900, calling it a "GeForce GTX 1080Ti", even though it's a completely different GPU than the Pascal GP104 in the GeForce GTX1080.
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