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New Rumors: GeForce GTX 1180, 2080

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    It has been a long time and a long road of rumors, however, the rumors now slowly seem to be solidifying. Nvidia would be briefing engineering employees for a new graphics card. The graphics card seri...

    New Rumors: GeForce GTX 1180, 2080
     
  2. ttnuagmada

    ttnuagmada Member Guru

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    Zero chance that these will be 7nm.
     
  3. cryohellinc

    cryohellinc Ancient Guru

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  4. HardwareCaps

    HardwareCaps Master Guru

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    you mean 12nm Pascal refresh with GDDR6.
    *prob better DX12/Async support like Volta does, improved efficiency and bandwidth and ofc small but still noticeable performance improvement
    7nm now would be extremely surprising
     

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    Oclockster New Member

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    It's a race for the holiday season and we probably won't hear much until it gets down to the wire for providing retailers. In the last two months of the year they do 60% of the sales for the year so late October will the the outer limit before they're available. I got the 1080TI and so happy with it, I'll go SLI with another one after the new batch comes out and prices drop, but it would take a really compelling reason to ever do it. For 1440 gaming a single one is pretty amazing.
     
  6. HardwareCaps

    HardwareCaps Master Guru

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    7nm doesn't seem likely to me. 12nm is already ready and is used for Volta products, AMD new 7nm gaming gpus are still along time from now(they focus on enterprise market with Threadripper, GPUs for machine learning first) so there's no pressure for Nvidia to release a new product. A refresh before the 7nm real parts could help them gain profits as it requires a lot less effort
     
  7. asturur

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    7nm, or 12nm will change little for us.
    Improvements are often given by architecture an core/shader/smx/tu count, whatever they have.

    If they have a new architecture, it will be a perf boost with 12 or 7nm. IF is a pascal refresh, it will be the same pascal at 12 or 7nm.

    I do not see any problem here, the different process will give you smaller chip and better OC or a bit better Mhz on stock. That's all
     
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    and HDMI 2.1 ???
     
  9. alanm

    alanm Ancient Guru

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    Something doent make sense. If 12nm, probably a meager gain (20-25%) from 1070/1080. May not get the crowd too excited, but with nothing else out there, can still generate enough sales. But when AMD release their 7nm cards (next year?), what would Nvidia do? Surprise us with a release of their 7nm version (of the 12nm card)? Like a quick Intel tick tock? Not sure if it would be worth the effort. In which case why not continue with Pascal until 7nm? Never seen things so murky with Nvidia this time around.
     
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    hdmi 2.1 support 4k 240 hz?
     

  11. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    I completely agree. A weird year in computer hardware...
     
  12. ladcrooks

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    i will not be around in 2080 :eek:

    Oh! its a number of the card :D
     
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    I still suspect anyone with a 1080Ti isn't going to want to upgrade, but at least this doesn't seem to be just a bunch of optimized rebrands.
     
  14. tunejunky

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    more silly rumors.
    7nm for Nvidia (at this time) is completely out of the question. there is no chip fab with 7nm Nvidia orders - unlike Apple and AMD.
    the smallest process available to them at this time is the (weird) 10nm lpp from Samsung, which i don't believe is the case.
    12nm is the most likely and would make the most sense against a 7nm Vega. this would most likely be a performance tie, given the efficiencies of Nvidia vs. the process advantage of AMD.
    and oh yeah...don't expect anything before the Christmas season.
     
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    TSMC is at least one of the companies that made Vega and Pascal parts. As far as I'm aware, AMD contracted TSMC to make their next-gen 7nm parts, so is entirely reasonable to assume Nvidia would get the same benefit if their next-gen parts are also made by TSMC. On the other hand, just because 7nm is available, that still doesn't mean Nvidia will be using it. For example, perhaps Nvidia made their contract before 7nm was ready, meanwhile AMD may have been willing to wait and gamble on its availability.
     
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    im still running a EVGA gtx700 i would gladly take a refreshed 1080 with gddr6 memory if the prices aren't as crazy as what they are now.
     
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    sick of these rumors, CEO said not for a long time. until I see a nvidia talking head with planned dates I am not holding my breath for a 1180 mass release until 2019. maybe they will have a limited release from nvidia store in late 2018 like Volta. remember 2017 rumors, they had 1180 debuting in January 2018 LMAO.
     
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    nVidia does not need 7nm with current GPUs. On 7nm, they will not clock significantly better than they do now. They will only cost more and eat less.
    So, why should nVidia pay more for GPUs saving client's cash on electricity bill? Maybe for minors, they sure love performance/watt ratio?
     
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    1080 was such a big leap over the 980. Most of us could go from using two cards in an SLI setup to one card for a 1440p monitor.

    That's probably why Nvidia has taken a while getting to the next generation. They just haven't had to and I'm not sure the demand is there yet. Are there any games by which you can't exceed 60fps on a 1440p monitor at full details with a GTX 1080? If there is something, is it worth playing?

    The idea is cool to run everything at my monitor's 144Hz with 144 fps in G-sync, but once you get up past around 90Hz/90 fps, it's hard to tell a difference.
     
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    4K users demand more than what a 1080Ti offers.
     

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