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Are you suggesting that I should stay on HD4000 and just wait for Pascal ? Currently my side work for video editing is on hold and these new games are meh but this 980Ti is so damn tempting smile.gif
I'm saying you should reconsider paying $400 for having g-sync and reallocating this money to GPU power. Saving $400 alone ain't gonna buy you a second 980Ti, that's why I said I'd prefer waiting to see the price on the Pascal successor to GTX 980.
980Ti is a beast but who knows,maybe in 6 months we're gonna see a card that's $100 cheaper and even faster.
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No updates on NVLink? I want to know which platforms will fully support it.

enterprise level Pascal cards like the tesla and Quaddro. NVLink for consumer cards with Volta.
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Wait wait wait. Did we just go from Pascal having huge performance gains to the top Pascal having similar performance to a 980ti, until the "ti" version comes out in 18 months? All this hype for lower power consumption? You have to be kidding me. That just doesn't make any sense whatsoever.
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Wait wait wait. Did we just go from Pascal having huge performance gains to the top Pascal having similar performance to a 980ti, until the "ti" version comes out in 18 months? All this hype for lower power consumption? You have to be kidding me. That just doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

and yet thats what they did with Maxwell isn't it?
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and yet thats what they did with Maxwell isn't it?

Yes. Baby Maxwell with the 750s first then the 970/980 "mid-range die" afterwards (similar to the GTX 670/680) with the full/slightly cut down Titan X / 980 Ti launching afterwards (like the 780/780 Ti did).
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and yet thats what they did with Maxwell isn't it?

My understanding was that things were going to be different this time around. What a bummer.
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Wait wait wait. Did we just go from Pascal having huge performance gains to the top Pascal having similar performance to a 980ti, until the "ti" version comes out in 18 months? All this hype for lower power consumption? You have to be kidding me. That just doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

The top midrange pascal chip. Again, don't get caught up in names, but rather the chip being used. If we get a 1080 for $549 that is even 5% faster than the 980Ti I call it a win. Plus if you want the fastest pascal chip this year, it is the Titan you want; which will be based on big pascal.
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There wasn't a die shrink going to Maxwell, so it is not comparable. Fermi to Kepler are better analogy like 580 to 680 at a minimum. If rummer of 37.6mm square die and double density it will be much faster than that. Of cause price are also a big factor. All this are just rumors, so don't take it too serious.

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The top midrange pascal chip. Again, don't get caught up in names, but rather the chip being used. If we get a 1080 for $549 that is even 5% faster than the 980Ti I call it a win. Plus if you want the fastest pascal chip this year, it is the Titan you want; which will be based on big pascal.

Bingo. That's how I see them playing it. That way people who haven't already purchased a 980 Ti will be like "Wow I'm getting 980 Ti performance for ### less" and those that have 980 Ti already may be tempted to upgrade because it's still a bump up in terms of performance and may have some goodies like more VRAM. Sort of like 780 Ti to 980. That's why I bought one in the first place, it was basically a $500 780 Ti with 1 GB extra VRAM.
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^that all depends on how well GP104 can overclock. Remember you can easily wring out another 20-30% performance from the 980 Ti, so GP104 better overclock by at least 15%. Also if it still comes with a 256-bit bus and 4GB of GDDR5X, it will have serious issues competing with 980 Ti especially if it's only 5% faster.
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No, a die shrink makes the die smaller.
The manufacturing process is what allows smaller transistors and ultimately more transistors within the same area/space.

It should be pretty obvious from the context of the posts before mine that by "die shrink" I meant "process shrink". But I'll be more careful with semantics from now on.
Edited by magnek - 1/27/16 at 9:05am
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