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post #41 of 361 (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 05:22 PM
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i bet its something hardly news worthy let alone warrants an announcement.

but AMD is releasing cards so nvidia will make a stink about the maturing turing process (they drop A variants) and some tweaked gddr6 for the next SUPER GTX1660 (in seven different chip vram amount configurations!).

some high end non RTX cards might be nice to see though.
Maybe they're finally releasing the 1170/1180/1180ti and it has 40% more performance than the 10xx series without having to supply voltage to and synchronize clock with the two junkbond processors in the Turing substrate?
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EA releases below average games for normal AAA price (+ microtransactions)
Nvidia releases the best graphics card by far for a hefty price premium.
Point is that both companies care a lot more about their shareholders than their customers to the point that a lot of their customers are pretty pissed off.

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Maybe they're finally releasing the 1170/1180/1180ti and it has 40% more performance than the 10xx series without having to supply voltage to and synchronize clock with the two junkbond processors in the Turing substrate?
yeah, maybe something like that.

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to fuel the fantasy further:

they enable SLI via pci-e for all "mid/high end" GTX turing cards.

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huh? only mid & high end even come with nv-link these days. is that what you mean?

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GTX has no NV link.

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k, be snarky instead of providing an explanation either way.

What are you referring to? bridgeless SLI?

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what can i say? i like the negative attention.

but yeah, they take a page out of AMD's book. of course this is assuming HW support and the back lash people seeing it could have been enabled all along.

but hey, its MY fantasy . . . you can say i am a deviant for being entertained w/nvidia's trolling.

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that's interesting... I'm curious if it works better than the bridge.

I've been noticing that the % of new games w/ sli support is going up again, I assumed due to NVLink.

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The question is: would a new monitor, video card, or Android TV box warrant such a teaser?


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well replace SUPER with 10 and you'll have their first pascal teaser.

yay for rehashed marketing.

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