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Looks like next November will be an exciting time to upgrade my computer. Just bumped up to a 4k tv and wasn't planning on doing much gaming on that with only a 970.
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Power to the people - FP64 back to Titans!

lol know I'm a sucker, but I'd just love to see this biggrin.gif
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as much as I am displeased with the current pricing structure, I think it's time I retire my 580...

Damn retire the 580s huh? My Lightning Extremes took me past , what?... 3 Generations? (Because the verison I havr has 3GB VRAM)

How long will it be until we can see cards like this again? Seriously its like the new ones don't even last as long as these old ass Fermi's tongue.gif.
    
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Yeah, but even a 980Ti is still in the 380-390 watt range under load. It's less than the Fury X, but not by a lot.

Maybe going to 16nm will drop it even lower, but is seems that going to HBM2 will push it back up.

So odds are, maybe, hopefully, it will be no worse than we are now.
Considering that the 980Ti and the Fury X are the same price ... it's just a reality of the market for top of the line cards.

Now if you lump Titans in there, which most sane people don't (because IMO, Titans are all about the eP33n, now that they no longer have the FP64 advantage), you are right.

Where has it ever been stated that Titans will no longer have FP64 acceleration? The reason the Titan X doesn't have them has everything to do with Maxwell and nothing to do with the Titans. I'd love to read something from NVIDIA that specifically says "Future Titans will not have FP64 compute acceleration".
 
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post #25 of 141
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Looks like next November will be an exciting time to upgrade my computer. Just bumped up to a 4k tv and wasn't planning on doing much gaming on that with only a 970.

Why do you say November? I thought it would be Q1 / Q2 2016 release for Pascal?
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Looks like I will be saving for Pascal or AMD's answer. The future of GPUs is going to be exciting. thumb.gif
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post #27 of 141
4 TFLOPs of FP64 really doesn't sound all that impressive to me? The FirePro W9100 is at 2.62 TFLOP FP64, and that's a 2-year old Hawaii core. Assuming Fiji XT is still physically capable of 1/2 FP32 rate in FP64 calculations like Hawaii is (the consumer Radeon version of Hawaii are locked at 1/8 for whatever reason), it would be right at 4 TFLOPs.
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Fiji only has 1/16 FP64 capabilities which makes it slower than Hawaii with FP64. AMD still recommends getting a Hawaii GPU for FP64 work.
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Originally Posted by NuclearPeace View Post

Fiji only has 1/8 FP64 capabilities which makes it slower than Hawaii with FP64. AMD still recommends getting a Hawaii GPU for FP64 work.
Hawaii is only 1/8 FP64 Radeon guise - but as a FirePro, it's capable of 1/2. Fiji is actually only capable of 1/16 FP64, but obviously the capability for GCN to do 1/2 FP64 exists.

Even then, from 2.6 TFLOPs of Hawaii to the ~4 TFLOPs of Pascal in 3 years doesn't sound terribly impressive to me. We used to get that kind of doubling of performance in a generation - not 3.
Edited by AmericanLoco - 11/25/15 at 11:04am
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It's the one I am putting my money away for.
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