Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 6, 2021.
Pictures or it did not happen. lol
I do not see this happening. And if it's happenng it will be by the time the entire GPU market is returning to normal or until hell freezes over. And then it's too late cashing-in on this reviving gimmick.
If tsmc has available 16nm capacity ....why not ? Well actually i should rephrase that cause tsmc has no not booked up capacity on any of their fabs new or old . If Nvidia has available capacity still ...why not ? If the card can hash well Nvidia will sell everything they produce as well.
In thepry what could have happened is that during this pandemic it's impossible to get the parts for the 30xx cards, and the fab factories were just sitting idle, so maybe the parts for the GTX1080 were still avaible and nvida decided to start a batch of them again to get the factories producing something that they could sell at this time........in theory.
EVGA 8800 GTS SSC.... it was just perfect...
I still have mine, I kinda want to frame it and hang it on the wall haha..
Best looking is the 7970 lightning
I had a nice 680 classy waw! she was nice too.
(to me) The best GPU ever was the 8800GT. It was literally twice as good as the previous card and even cost less at release. It was a mid-range priced card that traded blows with the high end stuff.
I think ~2005-2010 was the golden age for GPUs.
Even a 2011-2013 was not bad, gtx680/780 vs 7970/290x then its all downhill from there. Still there is some anomalies like 1080ti.
1080Ti was never dead lol just look at any gaming benchmarks
but i know what you mean