Originally Posted by Audio
I keep hearing this on these forums. "They pushed titan to get vega out" . Nah they pushed titan out so they could get 1080ti out in time for holiday. Everyone on these forums seems to think 1080ti is a myth or something. like nvidia doesn't release TI cards. Hey guys the 1080 ti is coming. My guess for vega is holiday 2017, that gives Titan XP a year and a couple months as king, and like 3 months before 1080ti burns it's tail hairs.
I don't know what next year brings, but I would be surprised to see any more moves by NV until AMD makes one. There is also certainly no guarantee of a 1080 Ti. People often forget that the x80 Ti was never a thing until the 780 Ti. The 780 Ti was only a thing because the 290X forced Nvidia's hand. In reality, the only "voluntary" x80 Ti card Nvidia has ever released is the 980 Ti.
There will most likely be more GP102 based cards. I find it highly unlikely that Nvidia has developed a first time GP102 chip all to get a single $1200 SKU in the consumer market. However, Nvidia could pull a 400/500 or 600/700 series again and stretch Pascal through a couple series'. If you buy into the chatter in this thread
, then it would be perfectly reasonable to see a series based on a 14 nm Pascal refresh which would likely contain multiple GP102 or GP112 SKU's with the GP104/GP114 cards being numbered down where they should be as opposed to being x80 GPU's.
It will be interesting to see what happens for sure. I am just praying that AMD does something to keep Nvidia in check. It's gotten a little out of hand.
Originally Posted by guttheslayer
What do you think is Volta core count this time?
GV104 - 3072
GV102 - 5120
GV110 - 6144
If 16nm FF+
GV104 - 3072
GV102 - 4096
GV110 - 4608
Likely to be this case?
Is anyone going to be on 10 nm any time soon? We were stuck on 28 nm for 4 years. I'd be surprised if we move off of 14/16 nm very quickly.