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I just think that very first rumor with the guy who made a fake spread sheet with the lop sided core count just forgot to put an X on the memory. 

Only fuss is you getting angry over so-called things you don't even think are real. 


That isnt the case unfortunately.

Its stated with 8 gbps GDDR5 using 384-bits bus width, effectively giving it 384 GB/s.


G5X dont give that specs under 384 bits with 10 gbps, it will give 480 GB/s instead. So the rumor is pointing at GDDR5 without a mistake.


Here is the link with the picture of the specs sheet.

http://cdn.wccftech.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/3717041210_ipfys1LS_zMk49qs.jpg



Either way I hope it isnt real, and if Nvidia decide to release 1080 Ti, (which is unlikely till AMD buck up) it has to be something of better caliber.
Edited by guttheslayer - 10/2/16 at 1:53am
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That isnt the case unfortunately.

Its stated with 8 gbps GDDR5 using 384-bits bus width, effectively giving it 384 GB/s.


G5X dont give that specs under 384 bits with 10 gbps, it will give 480 GB/s instead. So the rumor is pointing at GDDR5 without a mistake.


Here is the link with the picture of the specs sheet.

http://cdn.wccftech.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/3717041210_ipfys1LS_zMk49qs.jpg



Either way I hope it isnt real, and if Nvidia decide to release 1080 Ti, (which is unlikely till AMD buck up) it has to be something of better caliber.

Yes me too, i would think since the 1080 has X memory that TI would also.  But then again we could be wrong and get non X memory.  

 

But if the card even has non X memory and its only 2-5% slower then a Titan XP clock for clock then i would still be happy.

 

As long is it performance very close to a titan x for a cheaper price then i will buy one.  And these card getting after market cooling when the titan can't might make them OC better and then at that point the 1080 TI could be faster then a titan. 

 

Iv been buying AMD cards for a long long time and im ready to make the switch to Nvidia.  And the last time i spend a but load of cash on a single card was a HD 5970.  And at that time the 5970 was a monster in performance.  

Think that card cost me around 650-700 but i can't be sure since it as a long time ago. 


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That isnt the case unfortunately.

Its stated with 8 gbps GDDR5 using 384-bits bus width, effectively giving it 384 GB/s.


G5X dont give that specs under 384 bits with 10 gbps, it will give 480 GB/s instead. So the rumor is pointing at GDDR5 without a mistake.


Here is the link with the picture of the specs sheet.

http://cdn.wccftech.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/3717041210_ipfys1LS_zMk49qs.jpg



Either way I hope it isnt real, and if Nvidia decide to release 1080 Ti, (which is unlikely till AMD buck up) it has to be something of better caliber.

If that's DDR5 on the 1080Ti I'm not even gonna consider buying it.
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If that's DDR5 on the 1080Ti I'm not even gonna consider buying it.

Even if its on pare with a titan XP for 400 dollars cheaper even with ddr5?

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Even if its on pare with a titan XP for 400 dollars cheaper even with ddr5?
It won't be on par oc'd vs oc'd if it's using DDR5 that can't be overclocked. It's gonna be 8GHz vs 11-12GHz, and given that's a bandwidth hungry card TXP will be out of reach. That and also the oc vs oc core clock difference between reference txp and 1080ti would be much more narrow than reference txm and 980ti.
Edited by Klocek001 - 10/2/16 at 2:25am
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It won't be on par oc'd vs oc'd if it's using DDR5

Can titan xp with there junky coolers OC and not down throttle to 2.1ghz like most 1080s?  Not sure on this.  I just thought since 1080 TI would have nice coolers like EVGA FTW, that i could keep 2.1ghz -2.2ghz with out down throttling. 

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Can titan xp with there junky coolers OC and not down throttle to 2.1ghz like most 1080s?  Not sure on this.  I just thought since 1080 TI would have nice coolers like EVGA FTW, that i could keep 2.1ghz -2.2ghz with out down throttling. 

yes, but even 1950MHz vs 2100MHz is not that big of a difference. 1350MHz vs 1500MHz was bigger. Plus DDR5 is a real handicap for a card like this,especially if it can't oc like the gut slayer says. 384 GB/s vs 550GB/s on a card with 96 ROPs ? That's a huge disadvantage.
Edited by Klocek001 - 10/2/16 at 2:33am
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yes, but even 1950MHz vs 2100MHz is not that big of a difference. 1350MHz vs 1500MHz was bigger. Plus DDR5 is a real handicap for a card like this.

Well then lets just hope its gddr5X.  :drunken:

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Well then lets just hope its gddr5X.  drunken.gif
Let's hope for a Volta year not another Pascal year.

If nvidia can sell us a cut-down-twice non-flagship gpu with ddr5 for $900 then I don't know whether to rant or clap.
Edited by Klocek001 - 10/2/16 at 2:36am
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Let's hope for a Volta year not another Pascal year.

Lol, well i been saving a while for 1080 TI if it ever comes out.  My 290 CF dump so much heat into my office im pretty darn sick of it.    Im also sick of CF problems and AMD drivers not installing properly.  Been buying AMD gpu's for like 7 years and its time to switch for me.   Also i think the next monitor im getting will have g sync so i need one. 

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