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I could see the Pascal $250 card beating a $499 GTX980, but no way Nvidia let's it beat the $649 980Ti. Best case scenario is that we get a $349-$399 card beating the 980Ti.

Well that's what I am hoping for anyway, so I can get a Polaris based card that beats a Fury/Fury X/980Ti for $349. biggrin.gif

I think that is the most likely situation as well. x70 series cards priced from between $350 (not as likely) to $450 (probably more likely) with 980ti performance or slightly better with OC models. I think we will see a bit of a shift up in price for each segment. Maxwell was bleeding the last bit out of 28nm so pricing got more friendly than I think it will be on Pascal.
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post #412 of 724
Kind of what I'm thinking as well. x70 probably on par with GM200, and x80 20-25% faster at $599. (god help us all if GP104 x80 is $649 eek.gif)

And yeah Maxwell reaped all the benefits of a mature 28nm process, while 16nm FinFET will cost more per transistor compared to 28nm. Mix in the "TSMC factor" and yields are likely to be low initially, which certainly wouldn't help things.
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Im getting GTX 980Ti for $350 in the summer. Two of them. Thats my plan I think Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
GTX 1070
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Im getting GTX 980Ti for $350 in the summer. Two of them. Thats my plan I think Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
GTX 1070

And hopefully it has 8gb of vram, or at least an option for it.
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And hopefully it has 8gb of vram, or at least an option for it.
Hopefully some AIBs will make that for you if Nvidia doesnt.

I`m hoping for 384bit but not holding my breath. Would be awesome though.
384bit for moar bandwidth and 6GB VRAM would be good enough for me.
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And hopefully it has 8gb of vram, or at least an option for it.

Oh it'll have 8GB for sure.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
4GB real vram and 4GB G-Cache™

sorry couldn't resist redface.gif
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And hopefully it has 8gb of vram, or at least an option for it.

Curious about memory bus, but I am willing to bet Nvidia will go with 256bit again if they can get away with it. So couldn't we see 4GB, 6GB or 8GB on the 1070/1080? Maybe a 1070 6GB and a 1080 8GB. Then they would probably charge $449 for the 1070 and $599 for the 1080.
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256 bit means memory will have to an integer "power of 2" amount unless you actually want to see segmented memory again. So 1, 2, 4, or 8GB, but no 6GB. You can however put 6GB on a 192 bit bus or 384 bit bus.
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I may be alone in this but I am still holding out hope for HBM 1070's and 1080's, at least 1080's.
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i think it's pretty sure HBM will be flagship/halo products.

and i'm holding down my hat as to the cost.
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