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I'm quite excited for what the GM206 has to offer. I'd expect it to fall into the price slots of the 760 and 770, but if we are looking at a 1920 core chip, that's some pretty impressive performance.
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Cool. That means I don't have to spend any money on GPUs this year. biggrin.gif
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Cool. That means I don't have to spend any money on GPUs this year. biggrin.gif
I agree, excited to get some more time out of my Titan
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No complaints here. My dual 680's still max everything @ 1080p. I see them lasting another year before my average drops below 60.
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No complaints here. My dual 680's still max everything @ 1080p. I see them lasting another year before my average drops below 60.
That is my thought! Titan with water on one 1080p 120hz or my 690 for lan. Totally okay with waiting till they can make it a lot better before release.
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When a news title ends with a question mark, you just know it's going to be full of trash.

"TSMC 20nm going horribly wrong". Are those people totally incompetent?

A simple '20nm TSMC' search would prove Apple is right now using it.
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Hopefully all of this conjecture forces Nvidia to come out and give us a real update before it has the potential to harm them.....As for this article, I think its bunk.
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When a news title ends with a question mark, you just know it's going to be full of trash.

"TSMC 20nm going horribly wrong". Are those people totally incompetent?

A simple '20nm TSMC' search would prove Apple is right now using it.

Well Apple is using the 20nm efficiency node which is used for mobiles and ULV CPUs. A8 is being made on that. Tsmc is having issues with the 20nm performance node...which AMD and Nvidia uses...
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Well Apple is using the 20nm efficiency node which is used for mobiles and ULV CPUs. A8 is being made on that. Tsmc is having issues with the 20nm performance node...which AMD and Nvidia uses...

Yeah, and A8 is not a simplistic chip. Mobiles and tablets now are practically small laptops in terms of power. The latest news were that TSMC are fully booked on 20nm for the whole of 2014. Since most indications show the iphone to be ready until the end of the year, most probably even before September, I doubt they will be fully booked for Apple, the bulk would be ready for the mass sales. And Qualcomm will most likely have their products to compete with Apple. AMD and NVIDIA are even more appropriate candidates for that node since the latest is the venue of the high end (well, also the very efficient nowadays but Apple and Qualcomm are already using it).

The only worrisome thing was that whine/rant of NVIDIA against 20nm pricing more than a year ago but I suspect that's very old news now. They are still their client so I doubt they still have the same relationship.

Let alone AMD confirmed it. They will go 20nm no matter what. Though since they released R9 200 so recently they can't do it before Q1 2015. But NVIDIA can.
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If true 2014 is boringggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg
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