Gigabyte employee confirms GeForce GTX 880

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Last week we already mentioned that it is very plausible to see Nvidia release the GeForce GTX 880 and or 870. Over at the ChinaJoy Game Developers Conference a representative of Gigabyte made a bit ...

    Gigabyte employee confirms GeForce GTX 880
     
  2. kenoh

    kenoh Active Member

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    GTX 880 HDMI 2.0 support

    Hope this series will be the first to support HDMI 2.0 with Dolby Atmos and Display Port 1.3!

    I myself will probably not get any thing from the 800 series till they release the full Maxwell core in a Ti variant or till the 980.

    All I want is the features listed above so that more then 7 speakers are finally supported and I can use my 11.1 surround system to it's full potential! As far as that goes I'm not digging the memory bandwidth constraints, so I decided to wait for the full die version and go SLI to achieve 60fps at 4k.
     
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    It good :/ but i'm stick with my r9 280x may be gtx980 :)

    But is the game behide him interesting to try it haha
     
  4. gocorinthians

    gocorinthians Member

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    Aehooooo....another x70 Windforce is coming to u my beloved Corsair PCI-E cable. lmao
     

  5. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    DisplayPort 1.2a is the latest and hasn't even been implented in Monitors.

    So i doubt it's gonna have 1.3.
     
  6. bigfutus

    bigfutus Master Guru

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    My Gigabyte GTX 560Ti went crazy noisy after two years, so Asus or MSI get the next turn.
     
  7. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    I always get reference designs and a slap an Arctic Accelero Extreme on it :)
     
  8. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    My problem with the accelero is the warranty of the cards...
     
  9. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Well i guess i been Lucky, since ive never had a broken Reference Card.

    Also the new Accelero Coolers are easier to install. No more need for Thermal Tape or Glue. So it should be easier to put the old cooler back on. IF there isn't a warranty sticker on one of the screws ofcourse. But so far Zotac has never done that.
     
  10. ScoobyDooby

    ScoobyDooby Ancient Guru

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    Same here. Prefer the arctic products over the customized cooling solutions anyway.. plus in the past I've noticed that reference cards have better capabilities with Overclocking and modding using alternate bios.
     

  11. Brasky

    Brasky Ancient Guru

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    Probably *Former Employee by now
     
  12. Terje_P

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    Doubt it, it is not like a competitor think we better make one too now :p They have probably already made them.
     
  13. Fender178

    Fender178 Ancient Guru

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    my MSI 560 ti has been quiet as a mouse and hopefully my Shiny new R9 280x by Sapphire will be the same. So there is no need for me to go to the next set of Nvidia cards.
     

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