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Why would there be a GP112? If they really wanted to release an HBM2 based GeForce card they could just re-purpose the existing GP100 parts after 16nm FF matures and 610mm² dies have yields above single digits (I'm just pulling this number out of my ass).

Also given that HBM2 and GDDR5X would require radically different memory controllers, I'm starting to doubt there will even be an HBM2 GeForce card for Pascal. Maybe late 2017 when 16nm FF matures and HBM2 costs go down, but certainly not the near future.

I don't think GP100 will be faster than GP102 for gaming and FP32.

Pascal is basically two different architectures under one name, one has lots of hardware for supporting FP64 and the other for gaming. GP100 is also at the limits of fabrication due to the FP64 hardware and larger registers, so there's no more opportunity to scale up. The new Titan only has 1 disabled SM... the only way up without a 8 GPC consumer card would be to pull a Titan Black round 2, with 7% more shaders and slightly faster GDDR5X, which would be pretty pathetic if it were all Nvidia had until 2018.

Unless Nvidia really screwed the pooch, their GP100 HBM controller IP should be usable by a hypothetical FP32 focused 8 GPC part. The question would be whether they could charge >$1200 for it and still have enough volume to make it worth while.
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So anyone getting one?
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I wonder if Volta will be end of 2017 or more likely 2018.

The only good thing is- being 1440p fanboy whatever upgrade I will make from 980Ti (Titan X Black or 1080Ti or whatever) It will serve me well in quite long time smile.gif

I love how Nvidia is chasing that 60 fps in 4k, meaning people with high-refresh rates 1440p monitor will have a lot of GPU power for hight FPS gameplay smile.gif. Hell 125 fps on average on DOOM 4 on 1440p Ultra on my 980Ti is already sufficient!thumb.gif
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So anyone getting one?

No. I'm waiting for the 8 GPC monster with 5120 CUDA cores and 4096-bit HBM2

Ok, that's unrealistic. I'll allow them to disable 1 SM for 4864 cores, but no less biggrin.gif

Seriously though, I'm waiting to see if AMD can pull their efficiency out of the gutter so they can scale GCN up to combat big Pascal. Nvidia can only charge a Titanic price when there's no competition.
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Gigabyte has a Titan X variant with AIO and also a Windforce edition (Extreme Gaming).

I rmb another TX with artic cooler AIO too, as well as titan Hydro copper from EVGA.


Yes they do come with non-ref option, limted but not completely nil. This time round. Pascal one is nil and that is awful big time. And no, not everyone is a fan of custom loop.
Gigabyte don't sell Titans fitted with their non-reference coolers. They got round it by selling the regular Titan bundled with one of their own coolers for the user to fit.

I've not heard of Arctic before, but looking at their website, they don't sell graphics cards. They just sell aftermarket coolers.

As for the EVGA Hydros, Nvidia clearly agreed to let them release watercooled variants.
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people are willing to pay $1200, which makes me think... are people also willing to pay $1500, perhaps $2000?

Ofc they are. You're always going to find people that have more money
than sense and get it purely because they can and because it's a Tiituuurrrn.
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Faster Nvidia GPU coming out late this year or early next like I thought? Seems like others share the same thoughts.
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all I want to know if is a 3770k @4.4 will bottleneck this.
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Darn, thought I'd be ready to sell my Titan for a Titan but if this Titan is really just a slightly chopped down Tesla then that's too bad. But still if it's 45-60% gain on the old X, that's tempting. $1200 is a bit ouch, though...

Well, for games, mostly WoW and FFXIV / some shooters here and there but wanting to do 4K60 max. I have a UHD screen show and still love my 60 + eye candy haha. That and some photo and video editing at 1080p60 and 4K60 rates too.
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all I want to know if is a 3770k @4.4 will bottleneck this.
I was bottlenecked in a few games at 4.7Ghz and 980 TI SLI. New Tomb Raider for example (GeoThermal Valley).
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