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Seeing the large number of bigger GP104 dies there makes me think of the 6x0 and 7x0 generations all over again. Remember the last time we had a node shrink and the 680 came out? Everyone thought it was absolutely amazing of a jump from the 580, even though it was a small die. There was a whole class of 600 cards. Then we got the 700 series that was real, full small dies and it was even way better than the 680 still. Seeing the top "80" card launch with a -400 die and now seeing that there are -725, -950, -975, and -985 dies out there just of the "small die" size has me really thinking it will be a 600->700 situation all over again within the year from now.

Defiantly , hence why I'm not touching the 1080... Only thing that would make me spend my money on a 1080 chip would be a dual gpu card like the gtx690, other then that 1080ti it is!
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Defiantly , hence why I'm not touching the 1080... Only thing that would make me spend my money on a 1080 chip would be a dual gpu card like the gtx690, other then that 1080ti it is!

I can dig what you are saying but I refuse to spend that much money on a graphics card. With the 1080 being the price it is, the 1080ti is probably going to be $800 or more.
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