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post #1 of 125 (permalink) Old 01-24-2019, 11:48 PM - Thread Starter
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[RM][Fudzilla]GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1660 and the GTX 1650

GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1660 and the GTX 1650

According to the latest rumors floating around the net, Nvidia is going to release no less than three new Turing-based GTX series graphics cards, the GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1660 and the GTX 1650


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btw the 1060, 1070, 1070 ti, 2060, there's already so many choices that are all pretty close in performance bump in each increment

i think most here would only care about a GTX 1880 Ti

7nm high-end couldn't come sooner...let's see a Navi that can give the 2080 Ti a run for its dinero

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it's an attempt to get lower end 10x0 users to make the jump to what's turning out to be a pretty meh RTX launch. Only difference, is they're chopping the RTX. So, i guess that means this would be the chip just below 2060 in price point, but could easily OC past it.

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my guess:
190% 2060 ≈ 1070Ti ~ 1080
160% 1660Ti ≈ 1070
130% 1660 ≈ RX590
100% 1650 ≈ 1060 3GB


perfectly scaled ❤, now if only they're priced really well... meh.

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With so many Turing-based cards, for sure, they'll be very close to 100% sold dies !
I'm just wondering what would qualify for a dead die, here ...

Someone at NVidia seems to have *largely* over-estimated the good die percentage.

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With so many Turing-based cards, for sure, they'll be very close to 100% sold dies !
I'm just wondering what would qualify for a dead die, here ...

Someone at NVidia seems to have *largely* over-estimated the good die percentage.
754mm die for TU102. The bigger the die the lower the yields.

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They could cut off RT, tensor what ever cores from those huge Turing dies and sell the defective dies, depends if they designed it with that in mind.

With the impending 7nm from competition Nvidia will be in a tight spot with their 12nm chips.
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Quote: Originally Posted by twitchyzero View Post
i think most here would only care about a GTX 1880 Ti
What about an RTX 1080 Ti?

Found this little typo while browsing nvidia's website today. May only be visible on mobile.

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce...e-gtx-1080-ti/
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