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Nvidia is updating their product cycle to every 6 months. Titan XV drops in February. A friend of a friend told me.

My wallet is not updating its product profile every 6 months. This is straight out becoming a cash grab and money game. This will get em soon enough. Keep on pushing it Nvidia and see what eventually happens.
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My wallet is not updating its product profile every 6 months. This is straight out becoming a cash grab and money game. This will get em soon enough. Keep on pushing it Nvidia and see what eventually happens.

I was joking, but you are right. Nvidia is really pushing it as of late. We need competition so it doesn't get worse.
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I was joking, but you are right. Nvidia is really pushing it as of late. We need competition so it doesn't get worse.

You might be joking but actually sounds about right the way Nvidia is going right now.
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I think you mean Kepler to Maxwell V2.0. Otherwise, Kepler to Maxwell V1.0 isn't too different than Titan X vs Titan XP right now, with ~+60%:

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/1719?vs=1718

It might take Volta 2.0 before we can see something like this versus Pascal (hopefully not):
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/1719?vs=1716

...........game benchmarks.

The one blasted thing I don't care about! I am talking in the folding/boinc area. Pascal is a bore in that area, barely better. Only good thing is the less watts they eat up with a full load. Than again, darn things by other folders show is the cards throttle like mad.

When I went from my OG Titans which did average 200K PPD to these two 980Tis that do from a range of 700-950K PPD each. That was one sweet jump.

Heck, I have not bought a PC game in like 8 months....all the recent ones don't interest me at all.
 
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post #25 of 187
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I was joking, but you are right. Nvidia is really pushing it as of late. We need competition so it doesn't get worse.
It can't get better because we allowed NVidia to kill off all its competition back in the wee old days of the Geforce 2, when we ooh'ed and ahh'ed at 8 real-time lights floating around a tree.
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I only know what i've learned in my Electronic Devices course, but i can assume as channel widths get smaller and smaller, the manufacturing processes get insanely complex and electrons start going places they aren't supposed to due to some quantum effects that don't follow the standard model of semiconductors. You can only get transistors so small and so close to each other before things start getting screwy. Then as the die gets bigger and bigger, you'll need good yields in order for the chip to be useful.

While i'm sure nvidia is getting their piece of the pie, prices for processors with more and more transistors will go up. Transistor sizes are going to hit their limit before 2020 and were going to need another breakthrough. But it is worth saying this is just entirely my speculation based on some limited knowledge in the subject.

Edit: Also i was kind of responding to the person you quoted LOL. I am agreeing with you codejunki. I just realized that didn't seem very clear.

Don't worry. Nobody on a forum knows enough about anything to intelligently argue a point without spending five minutes at Wikipedia before hand so they can pretend to be condescending experts.
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I only know what i've learned in my Electronic Devices course, but i can assume as channel widths get smaller and smaller, the manufacturing processes get insanely complex and electrons start going places they aren't supposed to due to some quantum effects that don't follow the standard model of semiconductors. You can only get transistors so small and so close to each other before things start getting screwy. Then as the die gets bigger and bigger, you'll need good yields in order for the chip to be useful.

While i'm sure nvidia is getting their piece of the pie, prices for processors with more and more transistors will go up. Transistor sizes are going to hit their limit before 2020 and were going to need another breakthrough. But it is worth saying this is just entirely my speculation based on some limited knowledge in the subject.

Edit: Also i was kind of responding to the person you quoted LOL. I am agreeing with you codejunki. I just realized that didn't seem very clear.

Quantum tunneling can definitely be a problem. They've been working to solve it more and more for years
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1607270/various-nvidia-maxwell-based-900-series-cards-now-going-into-legacy-driver-support

if this article is true after Volta release excpect similar title for Paxwell
Edited by PontiacGTX - 8/12/16 at 2:19pm
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This is awesome. I still might get a 1060 to hold me over until a Volta worth upgrading to comes out.
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Volta rumors sure make it hard to keep from buying a 980 Ti for ~$300 to hold me over, because this 780 Ti is showing age at 1440P.
    
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