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post #21 of 53
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I have said it before and I will say it again, new graphics card launches are the most exciting times on OCN. Looking forward to the coming months. thumb.gif

Not really as VGA is rarest component I ever switch, but expecting Pascal to deliver and I need one GPU so just waiting patiently.

For exciting I always go to storage department. Can't wait for X-Point, now that's exciting. biggrin.gif
post #22 of 53
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Originally Posted by Ypsylon View Post

Not really as VGA is rarest component I ever switch, but expecting Pascal to deliver and I need one GPU so just waiting patiently.

For exciting I always go to storage department. Can't wait for X-Point, now that's exciting. biggrin.gif

I dont understand with the obsession for x-point? I mean someone said it will be compatible only with new Kaby Lake CPU? is that true?

And anyway current SSDs like 950 pro is already very fast, what advantage can bring xpoint? 1 second faster? come on
post #23 of 53
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Originally Posted by zealord View Post

There is one factor that I totally forgot about new GPUs.


Games!

When do you expect the new GPUs (polaris/pascal) to come out? July?August? Or even later?

For most people it probably doesn't matter, but the second half of 2016 is actually pretty bland in terms of PC games. I think most of you aren't going to play many games at all or are saving them up, but for people who game a lot and play through games on release day it actually might matter.

I was looking at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_in_video_gaming

Maybe it is that games that are to be released in 2H 2016 don't have a release date yet, but damn 1H 2016 is stacked and 2H 2016 looks absolutely awful. That might affect if I jump in and buy Polaris/Pascal or not depending on when they release. Maybe the situation in 2H 2016 will be so bad that I can wait till 1H 2017 for a new GPU and then we have the big boys available thinking.gif

Don't know if games are as important here as monitors. For those of us who are running mutli-gpu set-ups of Maxwell or Fiji, there literally isn't a monitor on the market that doesn't get pushed to it's max already for the most part. Until 4k 120hz or a 5000 x 2160 (too lazy to do the math, but whatever the 21:9 4k monitor would be), becomes available, there is no point in upgrading to begin with.
post #24 of 53
Im just glad we are finally off 28nm.
post #25 of 53
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Originally Posted by Vladislavs View Post

I dont understand with the obsession for x-point? I mean someone said it will be compatible only with new Kaby Lake CPU? is that true?

And anyway current SSDs like 950 pro is already very fast, what advantage can bring xpoint? 1 second faster? come on

Intel said 10s (tens) of ns access time so several times slower than DRAM. It's not a DRAM replacement. It's not a NAND replacement. Its a new market in the middle.
post #26 of 53
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Intel said 10s (tens) of ns access time so several times slower than DRAM. It's not a DRAM replacement. It's not a NAND replacement. Its a new market in the middle.

At a price point between NAND and DRAM as well. Figure something in the $1,000+ range for 256GB of X-Point. Not something likely to be adopted by the consumer market for years to come.
post #27 of 53
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At a price point between NAND and DRAM as well. Figure something in the $1,000+ range for 256GB of X-Point. Not something likely to be adopted by the consumer market for years to come.


Its should be in similar price point in price per gb as the Intel X25 when it was first release (You guys rmb how expensive it was?)


But Intel claim that its so fast that it can perform instant boot up when you power your PC. How true is that remain to be seen but is definitely something to look forward to.


As far as I understand, BW-E and Skylake are all compatible with Xpoint also.
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post #28 of 53
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Don't know if games are as important here as monitors. For those of us who are running mutli-gpu set-ups of Maxwell or Fiji, there literally isn't a monitor on the market that doesn't get pushed to it's max already for the most part. Until 4k 120hz or a 5000 x 2160 (too lazy to do the math, but whatever the 21:9 4k monitor would be), becomes available, there is no point in upgrading to begin with.


When DP 1.3 get adopted, you be asssured that it will be quite take some time before any single GPU could saturate the Bandwidth and drives any 4K games at 120Hz.
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post #29 of 53
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Im just glad we are finally off 28nm.


Hold... that is a very cautious statement to use... Until the day AMD or NV decided to unveiled their next gen 16nm GPU, we are not there yet!



That is because we are too used to them forever delaying...
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post #30 of 53
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Expect it perhaps in June/July somewhere, maybe a bit later.

It should be HBM2, so don't worry about that. Performance wise I am thinking perhaps 40% increase over Titan X, maybe a bit more if we are lucky smile.gif

Either way how all this goes, this should be a pretty interesting year for us OCN'ers with Nvidia's Pascal, AMD's Polaris + Zen and Intel's Broadwell-E.


There is a rumor that GP100 break 12 Teraflop of SP performance... which is 70% faster than current flagship Titan X, let not forget the base clock of such early big-die chip is definitely lower especially if we are comparing it with a Tesla Card. So there is reason to believe that GP100 given the same clock, is able to crush number 80% faster than Titan X.



The only problem is, how long NV decided to milk the market. I am just scared it going to be a long wait before the true Titan emerge.
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