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As a 980ti SLI user and a member of the Habitual Upgrader Club... Bring on the new cards, I dont care that we just got the Ti's! biggrin.gif

Your going about it completely wrong, your not supposed to upgrade that often these days. You need to wait a few years for a large enough gain in performance between generations. Otherwise your just throwing money at something that could be better used elsewhere.

I went 4x GTX 680's > 3x Evga 780Ti's SC > 4x Evga Titan X SC

My next upgrade will be volta.
 
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Your going about it completely wrong, your not supposed to upgrade that often these days. You need to wait a few years for a large enough gain in performance between generations. Otherwise your just throwing money at something that could be better used elsewhere.

Would it be fair to say it depends?

For those of us that look at this as a hobby, it is more about the swap and hands-on time with the hardware, than it is the cost. Obviously we all have a cost limit, but as long as we stay in that, we can enjoy the hobby.
    
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Well I`m not waiting for Volta either way. Hell no. Im getting my SLI build since GP100 isnt coming until 2017 and I`m gonna stick with those two until 10nm is here or whatever is next tongue.gif

I remember reading about Nvidia designed Maxwell for 20nm and had to redesign to 28nm because TSMC only eventually offered 20nm for low power.

Yeah I edited my post: http://www.overclock.net/t/1591058/bitsandchips-nvidia-pascal-lineup-and-launch-dates/90#post_24887491

Contains that info now.
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post #114 of 457
Well here is to hoping AMD won't be late to the party.
I'm pretty sure both sides will be fairly competitive to each other like they are most of the time (unlike some people make it out to be).
Its just that AMD has had some horrible timing.
    
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I have been buying the x70 series cards since the 570, they have consistently out performed or been on par with the previous gen high end. Reference vs reference may not have it ahead but the factory overclocked versions were. I understand that it is not a "fair" or direct comparison but as far as value goes it still holds water. When I purchased my first 970g1 I was in the market for a 780ti but reading a review on the 970g1 and seeing it best (barely) the titan black in firestrike convinced me that there was no reason to spend a few hundred more dollars on a 780ti. I expect the situation to be similar this go around, it was that way with my 670's and 770's as well.
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If Async and Dx12 takes off then It looks like i'll be fine until Volta/ AMD next. I wonder if the 980Ti replacement might end up being baby Volta? I thought 2017 was around the Volta time frame. Or has Nvidia just fully embraced Intel's tick-tock strategy? GP100 in 2017 is a long wait..
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Selective memory I call it lol.
You can already see some 980Ti owners refusing to believe the progress that happens once new architecture and new node happens at the same time. Reality gonna be hard on those
The proof are right there. Sorry dude, I rather believe TechPowerUp than your word on it

I mean 980 ti owners can sell there cards rather easily right now for 550-580shipped and make back 90% of what they paid. I know I am soon, just like i do with every GPU release. I see some that sold today on ebay already for 580 shipped used.


The issue is the 980ti is basically 2 970's. I dont see the 1070 matching the 980 ti, i expect to have a minor lag behind of 10% or so.
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post #118 of 457
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I mean 980 ti owners can sell there cards rather easily right now for 550-580shipped and make back 90% of what they paid. I know I am soon, just like i do with every GPU release. I see some that sold today on ebay already for 580 shipped used.


The issue is the 980ti is basically 2 970's. I dont see the 1070 matching the 980 ti, i expect to have a minor lag behind of 10% or so.

If nVidia launches a 1070 that performs on par with a 980ti for $350 you would probably still be able to sell your 980ti for more than $350. The 980ti has a strong name recognition and there are plenty of uninformed people to sell them to. I looked around at used 780ti's before I got my 970 and they were still selling for a good price (good for the seller) even though the 970 and 980 had launched. It takes a while for word to get around to the normal folks.
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post #119 of 457
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Your going about it completely wrong, your not supposed to upgrade that often these days. You need to wait a few years for a large enough gain in performance between generations. Otherwise your just throwing money at something that could be better used elsewhere.

I went 4x GTX 680's > 3x Evga 780Ti's SC > 4x Evga Titan X SC

My next upgrade will be volta.

lol, thanks Dr. Phil. My hobbies are mine, if I followed that logic I wouldn't buy the next step up from a GT35 on my 2JZ; who wants to get little increases on their car right? rolleyes.gif If you want to get a little bit more power out of something, be my guest thumb.gif
post #120 of 457
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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.
^^^

I called this in many of the Pascal threads here. No one listens. rolleyes.gif
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