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Or it might never appear till the next gen 1180 appear.


The full 3840 GP102 cores will drop in some time, but definitely not as a Ti with cheap $799.

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Is it possible for them to release a 2816, 3072, 3328 variant as 1080ti/1090/1100?
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Is it possible for them to release a 2816, 3072, 3328 variant as 1080ti/1090/1100?

At that configurate their perf overlap with different cooler and its going to be extremely confusing.

So no. U will only see one more 3200 and that is it.
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Those OC numbers sure are tempting ... trying to justify not buying one, canceling a 1080 at 550 euros would be a bad idea right guys? rolleyes.gif
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Those OC numbers sure are tempting ... trying to justify not buying one, canceling a 1080 at 550 euros would be a bad idea right guys? rolleyes.gif

I love my TX Pascal. Paid $1700 CAD and I'm not a rich guy by any means. Still very worth it to me.thumb.gif
    
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After reading the latest rumors, I think Ive fit all the pieces together.

Nvidia is selling Titan X for the crowd that want the very best and not afraid to pay for it. Nvidia sell this alone and no AIB versions are allowed because there will very soon be another GP102 GPU out that AIBs will sell.
It will have less cores than Titan X, 256 less or so, and will naturally cost less than Titan X. This is why AIBs were told to wait and not allowed to sell the Titan X.
Titan X at 2050MHz is about 70% faster than GTX 1080.
A 1080Ti with 256 cores less than Titan X but with higher clocks, say boost up to 1800, will be about 40% faster than GTX 1080.

So unlike previous times where AIBs sold Titan cards, both Titan X and 1080Ti will be on the market together and they will not compete against each other because you get more cores on the Titan X and will have to bleed for it. While 1080Ti will be a good deal cheaper.
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Just realized this card makes Arkham Knight playable. And then I realized that it still looks like utter garbage. Almost like a DX9 game. So sad...was looking forward to playing it.


Edited by HyperMatrix - 8/6/16 at 6:20am
post #538 of 670
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After reading the latest rumors, I think Ive fit all the pieces together.

Nvidia is selling Titan X for the crowd that want the very best and not afraid to pay for it. Nvidia sell this alone and no AIB versions are allowed because there will very soon be another GP102 GPU out that AIBs will sell.
It will have less cores than Titan X, 256 less or so, and will naturally cost less than Titan X. This is why AIBs were told to wait and not allowed to sell the Titan X.
Titan X at 2050MHz is about 70% faster than GTX 1080.
A 1080Ti with 256 cores less than Titan X but with higher clocks, say boost up to 1800, will be about 40% faster than GTX 1080.

So unlike previous times where AIBs sold Titan cards, both Titan X and 1080Ti will be on the market together and they will not compete against each other because you get more cores on the Titan X and will have to bleed for it. While 1080Ti will be a good deal cheaper.
Pretty good prediction IMO. But how soon is the question. And what about pricing? if Nvidia charges a decent price for the 1080ti, that means they will need to move down the 1080 pricing somewhat. Or they could be money hungry and just charge $899 for the Ti. I think a lot of those questions will depend on if AMD ever get off their butts.
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Pretty good prediction IMO. But how soon is the question. And what about pricing? if Nvidia charges a decent price for the 1080ti, that means they will need to move down the 1080 pricing somewhat. Or they could be money hungry and just charge $899 for the Ti. I think a lot of those questions will depend on if AMD ever get off their butts.

This was apparantly posted on Nvidias Geforce.com before it was quickly taken down.
The GDDR5 part must be wrong since it should have GDDR5X and 10gbps.
But other than that it fit my theory and the reason why Nvidia blocked out AIBs from selling Titan X for the first time in history. Unless Nvidia had something for them to sell too, it would be an unwise call to do against their partners.

Leaker says mid-September launch and MSRP of $800 for AIB and $900 for Founders Edition.

https://www.ilbe.com/8550586544
Edited by iLeakStuff - 8/6/16 at 7:59am
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Just realized this card makes Arkham Knight playable. And then I realized that it still looks like utter garbage. Almost like a DX9 game. So sad...was looking forward to playing it.]

What trash talk. I played this with OG Titans maxed from day 1. epic game. You're a fool.
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