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Reliable BitsandChips have this to say today:
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April 2016 - GTC: Tesla (GP100)
June 2016 - Computex: GTX 1080 (GP104) & GTX 1070 (GP104)
4Q 2016 - GP106 & GP107
4Q 2016 or 1Q 2017 - Titan (GP100)
1Q / 2Q 2017 - GP108 (GM108 rebrand?)

It begins in April, with the Tesla board, based on GPU GP100, and dedicated to the HPC market. Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have already announced that they will make extensive use. The first dedicated to the consumer market cards, will be those with GPU GP104, always produced with FF16 node ++ TSMC. They should be submitted to COMPUTEX in Taipei, but the market should start only from 3Q 2016.

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Makes sense. Tesla with HBM2 launch first, which will be bloody expensive but clients there can afford it. Then consumer cards in June.
And GP100 GTX Titan for consumers not ready until the end of the year or maybe even next year. So much for those waiting for that...

BAH, it means more waiting for us mortals thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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then the card in june is another midrange?
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i have to force myself to wait for the 1080ti this time.... i need self control
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That's what I said before the information was released. GTX 980 replacement first, GTX 980 Ti/Titan X replacement later.

It will be the same for AMD/RTG. Mostly because BIG Polaris would outcompete Dual Fiji. I figured that AMD wouldn't release dual Fiji but since they are then BIG Polaris gets pushed back.
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That's what I said before the information was released. GTX 980 replacement first, GTX 980 Ti/Titan X replacement later.

It will be the same for AMD/RTG. Mostly because BIG Polaris would outcompete Dual Fiji. I figured that AMD wouldn't release dual Fiji but since they are then BIG Polaris gets pushed back.
the thing is how would be the vram setup on the GTX 970 equivalent? biggrin.gif
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i have to force myself to wait for the 1080ti this time.... i need self control

If those dates are to be believed thats a long time to wait....
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the thing ishow would be the vram setup on the GTX 970 equivalent? biggrin.gif

6-8GB GDDR5 or GDDR5x. I'm leaning on 8GB. 4GB shouldn't be seen on any nvidia card past mid range.
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That's what I said before the information was released. GTX 980 replacement first, GTX 980 Ti/Titan X replacement later.

It will be the same for AMD/RTG. Mostly because BIG Polaris would outcompete Dual Fiji. I figured that AMD wouldn't release dual Fiji but since they are then BIG Polaris gets pushed back.

Titan X replacement I have a feeling will come out much sooner than GTX980 Ti. Maybe even before GTX980 replacement.
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6-8GB GDDR5 or GDDR5x. I'm leaning on 8GB.
Wonder if GDDR5X is even ready on consumer cards in June considering Micron said they will not be entering volume production until summer...
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6-8GB GDDR5 or GDDR5x. I'm leaning on 8GB. 4GB shouldn't be seen on any nvidia card past mid range.
and Pascal is supposed to be a maxwell shrink?
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