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Originally Posted by XenoRad View Post

Will we be expecting a GTX 1080 Ti or a new Titan in the not so far future? Or will these cards only materialize if AMD poses a challenge with their new high end cards?
new titan in 6 months at $1299 and 1080Ti in 9-10 months at $899 biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

The 1080 is a good card and is the fastest one in the world right now. That doesn't mean that it is beyond criticism however. The pricing and over-the-top hype is what is killing it for me.

U and other ppl always talk about the price but actually this is price tag for FE a.k.a Fanboy Edition right? We still have a 600 bucks version with same performance right?
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this card is for enthusiasts who cant wait at all + an advertisement for the 1070


with how powerful 1080 is - even a cut down 1080 at $400-450 will be a sweet deal to many a gamer
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Is this based on the $599 price point or the $699 price point? I'm definitely skeptical myself that we are going to see many cards at the actual $599 price point. At $599, however, I guess I'm not understanding why this would be bad considering I remember my GTX 780 being around $500 on sale and after rebate after some months.
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U and other ppl always talk about the price but actually this is price tag for FE a.k.a Fanboy Edition right? We still have a 600 bucks version with same performance right?

all talks here are based on reviews of product priced $699. there is no $599 GTX1080s at this time.
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all talks here are based on reviews of product priced $699. there is no $599 GTX1080s at this time.

Yes it is, FE is just a REF version with a brand new cooler and a back plate. Normal version will have same performance with it because they both have the same specification. Maybe there will be a minor differrent in OC capacity and Temprature.
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all talks here are based on reviews of product priced $699. there is no $599 GTX1080s at this time.

Yeah. I can see the complaints for that. As long as partners price it at the $599 price point, I think it'll be a contender for an upgrade on my end smile.gif.
 
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ppl willing to deal with the absolute crap that is CF just not to get an Nvidia card

CF is significantly more reliable and had better scaled already months back. Compared to SLI, it's vastly superior. I know it escapes you lower-grade-pay guys at Nvidia, but it's true.

The real problem is DX11 and modern engines don't work always nice with AFR, which applies to SLI and CF. Fortunatelly, that can and will happen with DX12, which Nvidia is skipping for yet another generation. Hopefully, a new architecture supporting parallel async shaders will get Nvidia back on track technologically wise since we're not sure if Nvidia will be able to battle superior GCN architecture with raw power for much longer, especially when AMD publishes their 14nm cards.
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CF is significantly more reliable and had better scaled already months back. Compared to SLI, it's vastly superior.
rofl

they're both craptastic (yes, SLI as well redface.gif)

especially when they dont have proper support ready for games on launch day


oh and that wonderful stutter
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I don't know, I think guys think that they are invisible. if you have an AMD gpu, and, you are in a nVIDIA thread bashing their gpu, it isn't hard to put 2 and 2 together. one guy even admitted that he was hoping for a 1080 fail, Lol, can't make this up. yet, you have some who get mad and start calling names because the rest are skeptical of your criticism... again, agendas, agendas everywhere.....I am done even trying to reason with you dudes, carry on, soldiers...thumb.gif
no one really cares tho.
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http://www.computerbase.de/2016-05/geforce-gtx-1080-test/11/#diagramm-ashes-of-the-singularity-async-compute
http://www.computerbase.de/2016-05/geforce-gtx-1080-test/11/#diagramm-ashes-of-the-singularity-async-compute_2

^ ~40-45% difference here with 980Ti compared to the 30%+ difference in other titles


that 10-15% comes from somewhere
Edited by ChevChelios - 5/18/16 at 1:27am
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