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[wccftech] NVIDIA Rumored To Release Pascal Refresh With GDDR5X and Faster Clocks – Volta To Feature HBM2 and GDDR6 Support, 16 GB Standard Capacity

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As always, take with a large grain of salt wink.gif

EDIT: NEW CORRECT LINK: http://wccftech.com/nvidia-pascal-volta-gpu-leak-2017-2018/
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The refined 16nm process is meant to offer even higher clock speeds and further stability on the Pascal GPUs. We can see the new chips clocking close to 2 GHz and maintaining those speeds under maximum load.
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Micron’s GDDR5X would be featured across the new Pascal lineup, except the entry level, GP107 core. GDDR5X is currently being used on the GeForce GTX 1080, GeForce GTX Titan X (Pascal) and Tesla P40 (ECC). With the coming refresh, Pascal based cards would have GDDR5X on board.
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Currently, GDDR5X offers 10 GB/s bandwidth but GDDR6 is expected to go beyond that, up to 16 GB/s.

EDIT: They changed the article, updated and posted new correct link. For some reason they modified it and then changed the link to point to one a year older. Weird.
post #2 of 77
If it ain't HBM, I ain't buying.
post #3 of 77
"We can see the new chips clocking close to 2 GHz and maintaining those speeds under maximum load"

Which is different from current (1080's in my case) how? I'm actually able to keep a bit above 2ghz for sustained loads.

Either way it seems awfully quick to be doing a refresh, which seems to only really affect the lower tiered cards which are the cards that were launched most recently.

I suppose what all of this says to me is that Nvidia's next-gen of cards aren't going to be much of a change. If only they had some decent competition.
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2Ghz non-boost clock? lol...hehe

Well honestly 16nm is a big hit and the power numbers on pascal are great...why not. Improve on that with GDDR5X by another ~10% and increase performance another 5-10%...why not...

Definitely keeping this 970 longer now....
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Let's hope this is because Nvidia has something to fear smile.gif
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Let's hope this is because Nvidia has something to fear smile.gif

Actually the notion of them doing a simple refresh along these lines would suggest that they do not have much to fear.
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I just want a card that does a solid 60FPS at 4K in every game. Going by the Pascal Titan X's performance, hopefully it's not unrealistic to expect something like that.
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post #8 of 77
Upgrade my 1080 ? Maybe if the base clock is 2GHz and boost can reach 2500, and we really will see 60% vram speed increase on the GDDR6. My 1080 FE can do more than 2000MHz without downclocking below that magic barrier.

Lol Nvidia is the new Intel.
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nope nvidia, i'll keep this 1080 of mine till big HBM2 gpus show their nose biggrin.gif
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post #10 of 77
there would already be a refresh ? .. the cards just came out
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