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Great, once Pascal is out, I am upgrading my GPU. Going Nvidia this time around.
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Incoming 16GB Titan.. rolleyes.gif That should actually be the GTX 1080. All for the low price of at least $1000..

What a waste of money.. What the hell is that much Vram good for on a consumer GPU that is meant to play games?

More and more are planning to switch the 4K, and cheaper 4K monitors come out every couple of months.
So 8-16GB seems to be reasonable now for future GPUs.
A 970 now can't handle 4K properly (and it was never meant to), but it's replacement (which should sit a bit over the current 980), should start to be strong enough to allow mid-high quality performance in 4K on a single GPU. So I would expect it to have 8GB memory.
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So I would expect it to have 8GB memory.

It'll be 16GB on the base. 4 stacks and quad the density. Also, HBM2 will be twice as fast as HBM1 memory.

"Big Pascal" will be 32GB.

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I'm excited for next year.

So much this. thumb.gif
Edited by 47 Knucklehead - 10/4/15 at 11:57am
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It'll be 16GB on the base. 8 stacks instead of 4 for HBM1 and double the density. Also, HBM2 will be twice as fast as HBM1 memory.

"Big Pascal" will be 32GB.
So much this. thumb.gif

What makes you say Big Pascal will be 32GB?
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if you go to the second page of the original source . .WCCF Tech


Can someone say what the possible dimensions of the die are based on this picture? Seems to be around the ballpark of 300-400mm^2, if I say so myself.

I'd say it'll be roughly 400x2.125/600 (~42%) more powerful than current Titan X. Dat math doe, but in my head it made sense frown.gif
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More and more are planning to switch the 4K, and cheaper 4K monitors come out every couple of months.
So 8-16GB seems to be reasonable now for future GPUs.
A 970 now can't handle 4K properly (and it was never meant to), but it's replacement (which should sit a bit over the current 980), should start to be strong enough to allow mid-high quality performance in 4K on a single GPU. So I would expect it to have 8GB memory.

The Fury X's performance at 4k shows that even 4GB is enough. 8 would feel "future proof", 16 is just ridiculous, absolutely no point.

By the time games actually require that amount of Vram, Pascal GPU's will be to weak for the 16GB to matter anyway.

I would never buy that, it would feel like burning money. But if it's a Titan, then you are either way i guess.
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Pascal is supposed to have HBM2. NVIDIA even stated it in their slides a few months back.

With my current 780Ti I'm glad I didn't bite at 980Ti for main rig, that'll be quite a performance jump.

Mostly for benching, wonder if over clocking with HBM2 will be like HBM1?

I am expecting this to be pricey.
     
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Can someone say what the possible dimensions of the die are based on this picture? Seems to be around the ballpark of 300-400mm^2, if I say so myself.

I'd say it'll be roughly 400x2.125/600 (~42%) more powerful than current Titan X. Dat math doe, but in my head it made sense frown.gif

even if it's 35% it'd be hugeeee, possible first 4k ready card. Can't wait to see if it overclocks well.
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What makes you say Big Pascal will be 32GB?
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Will feature four 4-Hi HBM2 stacks, for a total of 16GB of VRAM for the consumer variant and 32GB for the professional variant.

Volta will be even more insane, since they are going to introduce 8-Hi stacks for upwards of 64GB of VRAM.
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even if it's 35% it'd be hugeeee, possible first 4k ready card. Can't wait to see if it overclocks well.

Too much pressure on the Pascal arch over the years for nVidia to not make it truly count, imo. Expecting the big jump to go along with the price however.
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