Nvidia Pascal Specs?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Shadowdane, Mar 17, 2016.

  1. XenthorX

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    Titan are way too expensive for me. Not gonna happen. But if there's a new card slightly better than 980-Ti and with 8GoVram... i'm interested :p
     
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    GeForce X70/X80 would be better but then they have to get rid of the GTX brand, thats not gonna happen.
     
  3. XenthorX

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    I'll give you that, 1070/1080 or w/e it looks pretty bad. I'd rather have some 'GTX-70' or 'GTX-80' oO..
     
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    Wait, there's no 980Ti successor yet, that's coming next year. This is the 970/980 successor with 980Ti/TitanX performance
     

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    According to the german link, 1080 is about 10/20% above 980-Ti and has 8GoVram. Let me check again...

    10/20% isn't really a "successor", but it's an upgrade :p. A successor would be a 40% maybe?...

    Confirmed:
    http://www.3dcenter.org/news/wie-nvidias-geforce-1000-serie-womoeglich-aussieht
     
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    When I say successor I mean the card that takes it's place in the new lineup.

    GP104 is GM204 successor, doesn't matter if it performs like GM200
     
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    Yeah, typically an "upgrade" is more significant than a "successor". But this is just semantics.
     
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    I just needed to clarify to avoid further confusion, similarly the successor the 390x should be the 490x, whereas the new card with 390x performance should be the 480x
     
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    If the 1070 is as fast as the 980 Ti for $350, that would be awesome.
     
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    No kidding. Especially if it would have 8GB vram and use less power.
     

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    You're dreaming lol. But Hell yeah, at this price i'll consider SLI lol...

    I'm afraid that Pascal Pricing gonna be more than we expect... $$$
     
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    brotherly love and benevolence :nerd:
     
  13. XenthorX

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    My real question is : does Nvidia will offer a better card than 980-Ti , Pascal-based before the summer?


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    I think the X70 will cost 399$

    it should offer stock 980ti performance ±10%
     
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    I really wonder if AMD simply doesn't have a better set of accountants, hiding actual income. Anyone with even limited experience at accounting could tell you that it's extremely easy (if not trivial) to hide small amounts of profit as "reinvestments".
     

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    They sold their headquarters only to lease it back from themselves in order to generate capital.

    They aren't hiding income, the company is in deep financial trouble. Most of their loans are due in 2019. If they can't get substantial repayment by then they'll be gone. Next year is pretty much the last year for them to turn it around. If they aren't showing signs of amazing growth by then, its over for them as we know them now, they'll be gobbled up Samsung or something. Which isn't necessarily bad but yeah.
     
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    Simple answer yes. Why? it's new line of cards, it has to offer some potential upgrade value to customers who already own 960/970/980/980 Ti, if it didn't why bother upgrading?

    Customers demand 4K performance and later on VR performance, so they have to substantially increase performance from 900 series to get closer to the goal of customer.
     
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    I knew they had difficulties lately but damn... It doesn't sound good... Both for AMD and consumers of GPU


    They could focus on 960/970/980 owners and offer a ship close to 980-Ti but more affordable. Which means not upgrade worthy from 980-Ti owners
     
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    Not sure I understand, performance is determined by competition and their (NV/AMDs) margins

    They don't give a **** if 4K is unplayable, 4K will always be unplayable.

    With every generation of games there will be more computationally expensive shaders being run; 4K will always run badly relative to lower resolutions

    however with every generation they can offer higher performance/$, usually 1.5-1.8x, which is in line with new 970 performing like 980ti

    Oh, I see what you mean now. It all depends on overclocking, I'm sure the full gp104 will be faster than a 980ti, however will it be faster than an overclocked 980ti? If so, by how much ?
     
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    Maybe. But it happens all the time, the 780 was a $600 card, the 970 then offered near 780 Ti performance for almost half the price.
     

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