Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by IhatebeingAcop, Feb 16, 2015.
G9 1180Ultra...... Yes I just went there.
Meh. gonna wait till the next gen of cards, my 980's should suffice till then
Exactly the reason I did not go gm204. I went gk104 in 2 680 and a month later the titan was released. No step up either.
I just want a single card that out of the box spanks my 670 SLI setup with the generous overclock. The 980 was close as it matched my setup at base clocks a full chip GM200 should be the ticket but I'm not paying any more than $700 a card. If the means I'm waiting till Pascal so be it.
prepare to FAP your wallet dry!!!
I personally think we will see a GM200, whatever it's called. I'm not so sure about a dual chip card though, but who knows how much they want to milk the 28nm cash cow.
Where has this news of a March/April/May/June :3eyes: release come from? I was thinking of getting another 780ti in SLI but would be willing to wait if a single card good enough to handle 1440p is coming!?
Don't fail at playing the waiting game
From the past high-end chips (G200, GF100, GK110), overall I would say early Q2 2015, AMD is apparently releasing it too @ end Q1, not late Q2..
Kepler-based Titan was released almost a full year after GTX 680, so I wouldn't dare to say that
But I'm curious to see NVidia's answer to AMD's upcoming 300 series.
Not sure why they would release early as current 980' s seem to be still selling fast.
guys wtf i have no intention of getting any more gpu's and waste my money until they stop giving us console ports top end cards for **** game not anymore nvidia or amd. maybe both those can support us gamers and start to tell devs we want pc games made for the pc its in there interest after all.
ps sorry for the rant
Right, so dates are just based on the pattern of previous releases. Not to sure what to do now? Think I might just hold on, main reason for the upgrade was for the Witcher 3 any way as everything I play atm is fine on a single 780ti.
We need a fast single card.
SLI is not going to get better with engines like U4 being unfriendly to SLI/CF.
Ideally, I'd like to see a 6-8GB card that is ~50% faster than the 980.
Sure, it still won't handle 4K (Max Details/AA) but it will handle 1440/1600P (Max Details/AA) and that would be a win in my book.
The next flagship card from Nvidia will be exactly what you have said.
Also like i said months and months ago It will run cooler, use less power and out perform its rival from AMD. Mark my words! :thumbup:
AMD have there work cut out when it comes to beating Maxwell Architecture as they struggled with Keplar.
I'm still seriously disappointed by the gaming industry and the console port holding back the software development.
My oc-ed 670 can still run decently any high end game in very high or ultra (evolve maxed out but the 2gb video ram limit my texture :/)
BF4 is still top 4/5 on best graphics out there...
Still looking for a reason to upgrade :/
If you're on 1080p there is like no reason at all to upgrade lately. Also seems a lot of the new triple AAA games are CPU-bound anyway.
Seems true, i'm indeed in 1080p. I can even go for some slight downsampling , (20% on evolve/BF4)
Pretty much this, according to leaked specs the GM200 should have exactly 150% of shader processors, and with a 384bit interface it certainly looks like 6GB of VRAM. But that's just my guess, I don't think there was anything confirmed about this atm.