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Whats so good about 20nm vs 28nm?

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I bought a 780 in May 2013, sold it and bought a 780Ti in November.

I've barely touched either. Maybe played 10-15 hours of games total using both cards.

What is wrong with me?

Honestly ive ran with a 780/780 ti and i felt the upgrade wasnt worth it and more so if you have the 780 your pretty solid
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780 ti --> 880 looks to be the whole 580 --> 680 thing all over again. guess ill be holding out for the 980
Yes indeed.

I'm not budging until a fully unlocked GM200/210 is available. I'm just hoping they don't screw around and segment big Max's release like the 780, Titan, 780 Ti fiasco.
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Yes indeed.

I'm not budging until a fully unlocked GM200/210 is available. I'm just hoping they don't screw around and segment big Max's release like the 780, Titan, 780 Ti fiasco.

Titan was a huge cash cow, so they will.

GM204 GTX 880

GM210 Titan 2

GM210 GTX 980

GTX 980 TI biggrin.gif

Titan 2 Black biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif


I'm not budging until we see a fully unlocked Big Maxwell either, but the problem is the next big thing (Pascal) will be right around the corner.

We have two choices. Get shafted by a mid-range next gen release and pay high prices or paying WAAAAY too much by waiting for the real deal, only to have the next best thing right around the corner.

I wish Intel could get in on the high end GPU business. They'd be miles ahead of AMD and Nvidia since they have their own fab, no?

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next lineup of GPUs will be 20nm. do the math.

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Hope someone can answer this for me:

What are the chances the 870 or 880 will only require 2x 6pin PCI connections?

For myself, I won't move from my 2x 670s unless one of the 800s is equivalent to 2x 670s. I also don't want to replace my nice black custom made pci cables biggrin.gif

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High if they pull a 680 again. No flagship's TDP should be below 200W EVER.

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Titan was a huge cash cow, so they will.

GM204 GTX 880

GM210 Titan 2

GM210 GTX 980

GTX 980 TI biggrin.gif

Titan 2 Black biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif


I'm not budging until we see a fully unlocked Big Maxwell either, but the problem is the next big thing (Pascal) will be right around the corner.

We have two choices. Get shafted by a mid-range next gen release and pay high prices or paying WAAAAY too much by waiting for the real deal, only to have the next best thing right around the corner.

I wish Intel could get in on the high end GPU business. They'd be miles ahead of AMD and Nvidia since they have their own fab, no?

My opinion its way to early to be knowing the specs on 800 series..People jumping the guns way to early lets see final specs before seeing if its worth or not
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My opinion its way to early to be knowing the specs on 800 series..People jumping the guns way to early lets see final specs before seeing if its worth or not

You're right, but Nvidia has no reason to give us a break on this.

They got away with murder with the 600 series and Titan, so I'm sure they'll do that again. There's no reason for them to give a a big die GM200 for cheap.

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For Nvidia's most recent releases, has the most novel thing been new features, faster performance, or a new $3,000 GPU price point?

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