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Maxwell GM200 GPU Core Pictured – Reference Board Features 12 GB VRAM, Massive Die

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Rich_Guy, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. Redemption80

    Redemption80 Ancient Guru

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    Obviously a Quadro card, but I'm sure a cut-down 6gb consumer version will appear.

    It's hard to get excited about high end cards these days, by the time you blink they are being matched by a mid range card that is a fraction of the price.
     
  2. GPU

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    re all the power bs [amd @ 300 watts] this looks like it might be over 165 watts so very few will buy it.

    just kidding
     
  3. ---TK---

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    This is the freaking series I been waiting for. Cant wait for a couple geforce variants for sli. As is nothing is worth upgrading to 970 is a minor down grade to my cards and 980 a minor upgrade.
     
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    Can i have those virgins to do some fun before you get the blood? :nerd:
     

  5. RavenMaster

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    Im waiting for the GTX 980Ti before I sell my 780's
     
  6. -Tj-

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    I got my 780 rather cheap back then ~320€, dont regret it now that I see how it stacks against 970/980... Probably won't bother with initial GM200 or at least wait until it drops €€€ a bit.
    Im planing to stick @ 1080p for a while and this OC'ed 780 is enough for that. :nerd:
     
  7. siriq

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    Same here about price drops. Unfortunately i'm still waiting for "next gen" nvidia. Gtx 570 serve me well, i don't thing i will change it earlier . Lack of "opponent" competition not driving tech industry mad to make changes so quick.
     
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    This would be a nice upgrade but I think I'm just going to wait for Skylake and do it all at once.
     
  9. GooRoo 3D

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    There's a very simple solution . . . . . don't blink. :)
     
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  10. pbvider

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    "780 stacks against 970/980 ":bang: -- not even close,on some games it`s close to 970 but not even close to a 980,even reference/stock one.
     
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  11. Goldie

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    i imagine -Tj-could beat you minimum frames in monster hunter rather easily, that goes for any 980 out there.
    just sayin, personally the 6gb 780s are very tempting right now.
     
  12. -Tj-

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    :bang::bang: lol :D
    Dont get me started.

    So now that you have 980gtx you had to defend your purchase, yes I would too if I'd payed 500€+ for slight perf. increase..
    I mentioned Oc'ed and yeah I've seen what it does e.g. Monster Hunter Online, other games, eg. OC'ed 1200mhz+ it surpasses stock 780Ti speeds.
     
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  13. tigermoth

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    This type of news will never ever end, there will allways be the next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu next new gpu ..............Infinity......................
     
  14. Goldie

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    pricing is important, would be nice to see the titan blacks taking a big reduction to clear out the old stock. if this leads the way to some kinda 980ti then great. (6gb vram would be peachy)

    I'd say titan2 - £800, knocking titanB down to 550 -600.
     
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    thanks for that fascinating insight
     
  17. fry178

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    @-Tj-
    the same way you you keep defending your "old" card :rolleyes:

    S#!%, what you want ME to say. i running a 750ti right now :puke2:

    well, at least enough for rivals/F1/Hawx 2 until some new stuff is out...
     
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  18. -Tj-

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    Right, I dont mind if its now "slow" @ stock, I didnt pay much in the first place :)
    He just got upset, because I said mine now old high-end if OC'ed can almost reach his speeds, by some games even surpasses min fps.



    Anyway, back on topic; I think normal GF variant won't be more then 500-600$/€, it kinda always was no?


    When both release its next-gen AMD 380x, nvidia this GF 1080Ti?, then all current top 290x/780Ti & 980gtx will drop to 300-350€/$ for sure.


    But I saw some news about Maxwell Double Precision not so long ago, it said there won't be any DP with Maxwell like by Kepler GK110 Titan models.
    While they skip DP, it will save power for other gpu parts e.g. more FP32 FPUs and higher clocks.

    http://www.kitguru.net/components/g...well-architecture-for-tesla-hpc-accelerators/


     
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  19. zimzoid

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    I will upgrade when the performance of one card can out perform my 2x GTX780s
     
  20. Fender178

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    Sounds interesting but I will not upgrade my GPU for at least 2-3 years or stick another 290 in there if I so desire to but I really do not want to deal with the burden of having 2 cards though.
     

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