Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Rich_Guy, Apr 12, 2017.
Lol I like the comment "1080TiTi"
Titan Xp XXX Edition Ultra?
NVIDIA sold to AMD?
AMD couldn't buy 20% of Nvidia.
1060 ti is coming to counter the RX580.
This actually makes sense.
Another expensive thing that very few can buy in the whole world.
This won't be a high end gpu for obvious reasons. I'm thinking a 1792 CUDA cores 1060ti on a 192bit memory bus, otherwise it would be too close to the 1070. 6gb only. This at around £250 would be a pretty nice card actually.
Does Novidia create hype for mid range products?
It really couldn't. Entire AMD is ~20% of Nvidia
This really does make the most sense.
Don't confuse asset+patents value with market cap.
8800 GTX Ultra 10 year anniversary edition?
Think of the £££..
Why not? AMD does.
Something unnecessary - that's for sure. A 1060 TI or something ridiculous. nVidia is notorious for making big splashes and hype for nothing hype worthy.
They create hype for garbage software like GeForce Experience. You better believe they will hype a piece of hardware as useless as the 1060 "this edition is slightly different".
You mean release a product that requires the user to bake it to get it working, and not fix the issue even knowing about it for the 9000 series release? Maybe Nvidia should give a bake kit away as a free bonus with any new card .
Only because it's backed up by a decent price. All well and good hyping Titan XP etc, but what's the point when the people you are advertising to can't afford it? Having a good marque in the card may help sell lesser cards, but it would be like buying a Smart car because it's made by the same company that makes AMG Mecercedes, but personally myself I'd go for the BMW.
Not market cap, but total enterprise value.