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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

Pretty much. Which is why GP100 based Titan coming first and the 1080 Ti a year later makes sense, otherwise who would buy the overpriced Titan?

And by making it a Titan card, they can charge an arbitrary premium, which would offset "lost sales" due to not being to double dip if they released GP104 based x80 "fake flagship" cards first, then released GP100/102 based big die real flagships later and get people to upgrade twice.

I think the Ti will come out much sooner, like when amd decides to show their cards. New titan and 1080 this spring. Ti to counter amd later in the year.
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I think Nvidia did not get same sale numbers with Titan X. I feel like GTX980 Ti was fast answer to Fury X because if GTX980 Ti did not come out when it did Fury X would have sold a lot more even though Titan X was out. Now they can release Titan and wait for AMD and act accordingly. If AMD has Titan class card Nvidia will release GTX1080 Ti like it did with GTX780 Ti and GTX980 Ti. They do want the Titan in the market for as long s possible or at least they would like to let people know that Ti will come much later. Yes $1000 is a lot of money but I know a lot of people that would play $350 for GPU just to have it 1 year early.
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post #283 of 293
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Originally Posted by keikei View Post

I think the Ti will come out much sooner, like when amd decides to show their cards. New titan and 1080 this spring. Ti to counter amd later in the year.

Yeah how things will play out exactly depends a lot on what AMD does (or doesn't do) as well.
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I don't think that it is very likely that we'll see a 600mm^2 PCB any time soon of the consumer market. Maybe for the pros, but not the consumers. Yields are probably too low for that to happen for the next few months. We may see a large GPU in 2017 I think, but not before then. I'd love to be proven wrong though.



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Originally Posted by Serandur View Post

Intel are special. The rest of the industry are struggling with costs; remember a few years back when Nvidia were mad at TSMC and publicly showed this?

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The show must go on otherwise Intel will blindside Nvidia in HPC with Knights Landing and AMD might as well for both HPC and consumer products. Nvidia need to release new stuff; it's pretty mandatory and they need a new process node to do it at this point. This is largely where the increasing prices on GPUs, belated generations/nodes, and advertising of power efficiency in place of more power are coming from. We're fast approaching silicon's wall. Actually, excluding Intel, we've slammed right into it costwise. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif


Intel's margins are very high. That's the big reason why they are "special". They can afford the more expensive cost per transistor - up to a point. Beyond transistors, all we have is architectural improvements and those have scaled historically much slower than transistor scaling. I suppose the Titan and similar GPUs also have high margins. AMD however is not as fortunate and the margins are not as good (they're in the Red right now, although RTG remains a bright spot).

Granted, in the case of GPUs, it is a lot easier to scale up GPUs in terms of the performance as it is parallel, but there are st5ill likely going to be GPU limitations. Frankly, I think we may hit them at 14nm, perhaps 10nm. Barring a major change elsewhere (ex: a new super material), we may be truly at the end of Moore's Law, with 20-28 nm being the cheapest per gate, and performance applications using smaller nodes (up to a point).
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

I think Nvidia did not get same sale numbers with Titan X. I feel like GTX980 Ti was fast answer to Fury X because if GTX980 Ti did not come out when it did Fury X would have sold a lot more even though Titan X was out. Now they can release Titan and wait for AMD and act accordingly. If AMD has Titan class card Nvidia will release GTX1080 Ti like it did with GTX780 Ti and GTX980 Ti. They do want the Titan in the market for as long s possible or at least they would like to let people know that Ti will come much later. Yes $1000 is a lot of money but I know a lot of people that would play $350 for GPU just to have it 1 year early.

The problem is that the $350 premium isn't 1 year, it's more like a couple of months.

You pay $350 basically for a few extra shaders, double the VRAM, and I guess "prestige". For a cheaper expense, you get a GPU that is within 5% on most benchmarks, has enough VRAM that you will run out of Core before you run out of VRAM, and the possibility of better quality PCBs.

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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

Pretty much. Which is why GP100 based Titan coming first and the 1080 Ti a year later makes sense, otherwise who would buy the overpriced Titan?

And by making it a Titan card, they can charge an arbitrary premium, which would offset "lost sales" due to not being to double dip if they released GP104 based x80 "fake flagship" cards first, then released GP100/102 based big die real flagships later and get people to upgrade twice.

This. We need a strong AMD unless you want to see really expensive GPUs with marginal upgrades.

Personally I hope that Mahigan is right and that Polaris will be amazing, addressing all of the bottlenecks of the Fury X, and destroying what Nvidia has to offer. That would force Nvidia to lower its prices, give AMD some much needed marketshare, money, and mindshare, then hopefully level the playing field a bit.

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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

TDP is an issue not because of power supplies are unable to power them, but because the die itself will get fried by such high power density on 14nm node.
no matter how good the cooling is, once you put too much current on such a thin trace you'd end up with a fried die.



i am actually rather worried about these chips with their ohh-so-small nodes, at these nanoscopic scale electromigration becomes even more deadlier.


At this point, we're at war with the laws of physics in trying to get these smaller nodes. We seriously need EUV and 450mm wafers to bring down transistor costs - sooner rather than later. Sadly neither of those technologies is working out - ASML has hit some pretty big bottlenecks.

I have wondered too about the viability of overclocking super small nodes as well. It may be that a medium sized node is the golden point for overclocking headroom as well.
Edited by CrazyElf - 1/27/16 at 5:21pm
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Talk about REPOST

http://www.overclock.net/t/1588621/tt-nvidia-should-launch-its-next-gen-pascal-gpus-with-hbm2-in-2h-2016/80#post_24830259
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Nvidia’s last GPU roadmap update came back in September last year, but the information was scarce at the time. Thanks to the latest update, we’re now aware of Nvidia’s future plans for 2016-2017, which are summarized below.

First of all, there is no change in the roadmap in relation to existing products. Strickly speaking, the Maxwell 1.0 core generation with the chip code number GM108 still exists, powering the low-end mobile products. The only adopted product include the GeForce 930M / 940M that features 3 Smaller Streaming Multiprocessors (SMMs) with 384 shader cores.

NVIDIA 2014-2017 GPU Roadmap

Speaking of this year, the next-gen Pascal architecture is scheduled to be deployed in every upcoming product. With the chip code name marked as GPxxx, the high-end products are expected to be powered by GP100, as published in the lecture slides at the 2015 Taiwan GTC Deep Learning, which was held back in September last year.

In addition to this, we’ve also recently spotted the GPU GP104 in a shipping manifest on Zauba. According to leaked details, the chip comes in a 37.5×37.5mm BGA package, and has 2152 pins. Which indicates that the new Pascal chip is not only smaller in size, but features a much denser architecture making the chip theoretically faster than both GTX 980 Ti and TITAN X.

Further, the GP104 will have a die size of around 300 to 350 mm² as compared to the GM204’s 398 mm², while the GP100 aka the Big Pascal will come with a little more 450 mm². Moreover, the chip is rumored to feature 32GB of VRAM and nearly 17 billion transistors in a relatively smaller packing. The flagship Pascal GPUs are based on the 16nm FinFET process and are said to use the next generation High Bandwidth Memory, or HBM2, standard.

As for the unveiling, the Titan grade products based on the GP100 are expected to be announced in April, with the downgrade version to debut in June 2017. On the other hand, the GP104 based series, allegedly called the GeForce GTX 1080, and its scaled down version GTX 1070 will be unveiled in June this year, just before or after COMPUTEX.

Finally, the Volta GPU, which will be able to achieve a two-fold performance and power consumption compared to the Pascal, is scheduled to be operational sometime in 2017 to power supercomputers. Volta represents Nvidia’s sixth generation of General Purpose GPU architectures and and is set for a 2018 introduction in the consumer market.
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Huh? Maybe i had unrealistic expectations for Pascal, but i thought it was going to better than that? As in Pascal was to be GPU line-up to power 4k @ 60fps properly. I dont see the 980ti doing that with newer games being maxed out.

I understand that it's all been assumptions and rumors so far though. redface.gif

Edit: I also understand that these are the first cards to launch.

me too with the expectations (...although is it really unrealistic to expect the flagship cards of the next generation to have more power than the last generations flagship cards?)
I was going to upgrade to pascal. i'll probably wait based on this, wait for some benchmarks to come out and see then...
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This. We need a strong AMD unless you want to see really expensive GPUs with marginal upgrades.

Personally I hope that Mahigan is right and that Polaris will be amazing, addressing all of the bottlenecks of the Fury X, and destroying what Nvidia has to offer. That would force Nvidia to lower its prices, give AMD some much needed marketshare, money, and mindshare, then hopefully level the playing field a bit.

2008 till the end of 2011 was an amazing time for PC gamers. Remember how 4870 forced nVidia to lower the price of 280 from $650 to $500? Then 5870 came along and was unmatched for half a year, and still held up well against 480 (which had its own issues). Although 580 retook the performance crown, 6970 still offered great performance while being reasonably priced, and also kept the 580's price in check. In those days the PCMR truly lived up to its name.
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Coincidence, just in time for tax returns lol woohoo!!
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Originally Posted by Serandur View Post

More recently, we've got this for number of transistors that can be bought per dollar:

http://semiengineering.com/the-tail-of-moores-law-no-longer-wagging-the-dog/

More recently is still 1 year and 7 months old. I wonder how the costs really panned out. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

20nm is the inflection point for cost per transistor scaling apparently.

All these doom and gloom predictions seem to be well over a year old. After looking into it some more it appears 20nm is the inflection point for TSMC and GlobalFoundries because they are using the same interconnect pitch at 20nm planar and 14/16nm finFET nodes. So there is the same number of transistors per wafer as 20nm.

Intel didn't, they actually increased the transistors per area when moving from 22 to 14nm.

Still there might be cost/transistor savings even for TSMC and GlobalFoundries, compared to 28nm. I cannot find any current data, only old predictions. frown.gif
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Coincidence, just in time for tax returns lol woohoo!!

 

Wow, these guys are good. upsidedwnsmiley.gif 

     
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