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Probably not until Feb or March, at the earliest

Why's that? The last Titan came out 5-6 months after the 980 iirc.

Plus if AMD push Vega out around christmas, we might see a reaction from Nvidia.

Maybe even an early 1080ti or more reasonably priced titan?

All I know is the 1080 for $599 is fine and is $50 higher than the original 980 price.

But people paying way over MSRP are going to be burnt in the not too distant future.
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Are there even GTX 1080s Extreme that can hit 2.4GHz on Air? Because that would make for a happy upgrade coming from a Fury X.

Huh? That bubble was burst ages ago. They OC to about 2050-2150mhz max. Keep your Fury X.
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founders edition available every day since May 27-th

at least here in glorious Europe wink.gif

It's only "available" because it doesn't sell as good as in the US.
Most stores have between 2-8 cards and it seems the demand is declining in most Europe.
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Why's that? The last Titan came out 5-6 months after the 980 iirc.

Plus if AMD push Vega out around christmas, we might see a reaction from Nvidia.

Maybe even an early 1080ti or more reasonably priced titan?

All I know is the 1080 for $599 is fine and is $50 higher than the original 980 price.

But people paying way over MSRP are going to be burnt in the not too distant future.
Huh? That bubble was burst ages ago. They OC to about 2050-2150mhz max. Keep your Fury X.

Because Titan X and 980 Ti were on a very mature 28nm process when they released.

The original Titan launched on a not so mature 28nm process and wasn't even a full chip due to horrible yields. Incidentally, it wasn't released until 11 months after 680 launched. So we may see a repeat of that kind of wait time depending on how yields are for 16nm FF+ right now, and whether the next Titan will be a 600mm² or 450mm² chip.
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I doubt it's a supply issue. Ngreedia is doing what they do best, milking their prices because their fanboys will whatever is new
That means you don't know how companies work.
"Nvidia tries to sell these cards" as quick as possible to as many people as possible.
There are supply problems with both the 1080 and the 1070 so I doubt is a GDDR5X exclusive problem.

Also there are no rumors regarding the 1060 which Nvidia will most likely produce in far greater quantities.
Edited by Serios - 6/27/16 at 11:20pm
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Because Titan X and 980 Ti were on a very mature 28nm process when they released.

The original Titan launched on a not so mature 28nm process and wasn't even a full chip due to horrible yields. Incidentally, it wasn't released until 11 months after 680 launched. So we may see a repeat of that kind of wait time depending on how yields are for 16nm FF+ right now, and whether the next Titan will be a 600mm² or 450mm² chip.

I wouldn't expect the next Titan to be out anytime before April of next year, to be honest, for exactly the reasons that you stated. You're so smart! tongue.gif
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It's only "available" because it doesn't sell as good as in the US.
Most stores have between 2-8 cards and it seems the demand is declining in most Europe.

It's hard to imagine why demand is so low in Europe:

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I wouldn't expect the next Titan to be out anytime before April of next year, to be honest, for exactly the reasons that you stated. You're so smart! tongue.gif

It all depends on how big the chip ends up being. We know GP102 is a thing, but we have absolutely no clue what it is. We also don't know if there'll be a consumer GP100 part. I think a lot of it depends on where AMD will land with Vega quite honestly.

If nVidia settles for a 450ish mm² chip for their big Pascal cards, then I don't foresee any issues pushing these out in early Q1 2017. If nVidia decides once again to design a 600mm² chip then yeah that'll take a while.
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I take this to be a much more likely explanation compared to "the 1080 is just the best selling flagship GPU ever."
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It's only "available" because it doesn't sell as good as in the US.
Most stores have between 2-8 cards and it seems the demand is declining in most Europe.
perhaps

doesnt change the fact though



also I love how some keep saying 1080 buyers will get burnt smile.gif

I can just go ahead then and claim that all 1080Ti buyers in 2017 will be burnt when 1180 Volta comes out in 2018 (only a little over a year after 1080Ti) and equals or beats it at a lower price + new features and arch biggrin.gif
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perhaps

doesnt change the fact though



also I love how some keep saying 1080 buyers will get burnt smile.gif

I can just go ahead then and claim that all 1080Ti buyers in 2017 will be burnt when 1180 Volta comes out in 2018 (only a little over a year after 1080Ti) and equals or beats it at a lower price + new features and arch biggrin.gif
It does change the fact because people that talk about low supply are right.
You can find 1080s in Europe because prices are so inflated most people don't bite even if they can afford them.
Edited by Serios - 6/28/16 at 12:52am
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