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post #121 of 193
don't believe it tbh, think their trying to get the every last sale before maxwell

maxwell must be a great improvement if they are pulling these tricks
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post #122 of 193
I'm fine with early 2015... If they release big die early and not milk it for 2 years.
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Yeah no way Pascal is early. It's explicitly 16nm because it comes bundled with the stacked VRAM roadmap that needs it.

2016? I'd say at the earliest.

Even if the process is ready by then - it's supposed to be largely based on 20nm - we'll have to wait for Big Maxwell too most likely and I doubt that's before next summer / spring.
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post #124 of 193
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Honestly, there isn't much left for NVIDIA to milk out of Kepler. Full dies have been released, and the only card left is a 790.

Unless they do a refresh of the refresh, which would be pointless either way.

If this rumor is true, I can see more 28nm Maxwell cards coming out.

Do you think we would see substantial enough gains off of 28nm maxwell to warrant an upgrade? I guess that's more of a personal question than general. Wish i had a crystal ball because i'm close to jumping to a 780 Classy right now frown.gif
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Do you think we would see substantial enough gains off of 28nm maxwell to warrant an upgrade? I guess that's more of a personal question than general. Wish i had a crystal ball because i'm close to jumping to a 780 Classy right now frown.gif

I'm still running a 670 so the answer to that question (at least for me) is yes tonguesmiley.gif
post #126 of 193
28nm big Maxwell would probably be ~5% faster, if at all.

Why wouldn't it be?

Are AMD fools and NVIDIA found a big secret? Wake up, they are both good, and when one isn't, copies the other and gets in front easily. They are both on TSMC and they are bound to it. Now if one was on Intel and another on TSMC it'd be different (Intel would demolish the other).
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post #127 of 193
I won't go near maxwell until AMD lays down they're hand

Nvidia is making it very clear with the Titan Z that they would like they're prices to be much higher for maxwell
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28nm big Maxwell would probably be ~5% faster, if at all.

Why wouldn't it be?

Are AMD fools and NVIDIA found a big secret? Wake up, they are both good, and when one isn't, copies the other and gets in front easily. They are both on TSMC and they are bound to it. Now if one was on Intel and another on TSMC it'd be different (Intel would demolish the other).

30% better performance per watt, maybe? You can't just ignore the results of the 750.
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30% better performance per watt, maybe? You can't just ignore the results of the 750.

We can. Easily. It's a small chip.

Try to biggen it, it won't be the same.

AMD aren't fools. They would have done the same.


Hell, NVIDIA aren't fools, they would have destroyed the 290s will small Maxwells already.
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30% better performance per watt, maybe? You can't just ignore the results of the 750.

scaling, scaling, scaling and oh did I mention scaling?
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