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Wondering what some of your personal opinions are about Maxwell and how you think the GTX 880 is going to compare to the 780ti?  Ofc there is no "real" details about any of it yet, but what are some of your thoughts or what are you hoping / thinking it will be like?



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More powerful, more energy efficient, cheaper.

Pick two.


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The 7-- series is still fresh, i don't see why there would be rumors of the 8-- series yet



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Simply put, the new flagship card unless they do something like Titan.

 

As for performance, it sounds like we have a new breed of cards on the loose (from what I've heard at least).


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How will the GTX 880 perform compared to the GTX 780 Ti ? as with all unknown products.


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How will the GTX 880 perform compared to the GTX 780 Ti ? as with all unknown products.

 

 

 

Wondering what some of your personal opinions are about Maxwell and how you think the GTX 880 is going to compare to the 780ti?  Ofc there is no "real" details about any of it yet, but what are some of your thoughts or what are you hoping / thinking it will be like?



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More powerful, more energy efficient, cheaper.

Pick two.

 

Is energy efficiency really that big of a thing?  I mean, I dont really care about it but I hear a lot now a days about better power consumption and more efficient etc.   But what does that actually do for you?  Aside from save you a couple quarters on your electric bill?



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Is energy efficiency really that big of a thing?  I mean, I dont really care about it but I hear a lot now a days about better power consumption and more efficient etc.   But what does that actually do for you?  Aside from save you a couple quarters on your electric bill?

There's the possibility of running cooler/quieter and you might not need to buy 1200 watt PSUs for "futureproofing"

 

(I use 1200 watt as an exaggeration, but most people are fine using 500w or less currently)



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Is energy efficiency really that big of a thing?  I mean, I dont really care about it but I hear a lot now a days about better power consumption and more efficient etc.   But what does that actually do for you?  Aside from save you a couple quarters on your electric bill?

Energy efficiency doesn't have to mean the power bill gets a little less, it could mean they're putting the energy to better use and utilising more of it to push more frames out instead of generating heat as waste. It'd be a perfect world when that happens though


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My personal opinion is that this thread is pointless. Wait until something gets leaked or even better, until it actually comes out.



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There's the possibility of running cooler/quieter and you might not need to buy 1200 watt PSUs for "futureproofing"

 

(I use 1200 watt as an exaggeration, but most people are fine using 500w or less currently)

 

I bought a 1200 Watts power supply because I went mad :mellow:


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Pretty dumb question since nobody can answer that.


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I think it'll be a graphics card made by NVIDIA.
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Alright so I suppose there can be no discussion about upcoming products without 8yr olds w/ downs shittin up the thread.  I guess here on the LinusTechTips forums theres no room for opinions, only facts... if something hasnt been confirmed yet, there your an idiot for wanting to discuss its possibilities. My bad guys, keep on keeping on with the friendly community though.



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Alright so I suppose there can be no discussion about upcoming products without 8yr olds w/ downs shittin up the thread.  I guess here on the LinusTechTips forums theres no room for opinions, only facts... if something hasnt been confirmed yet, there your an idiot for wanting to discuss its possibilities. My bad guys, keep on keeping on with the friendly community though.

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there are some rumors going around saying that the 880 will have a pcb, some speculate that it'll outperform the 870. 



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i like the name of it. The 880! 880 is such a pretty number. 780 isnt. 770 is also a very pretty number, 760 isnt.


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Is energy efficiency really that big of a thing?  I mean, I dont really care about it but I hear a lot now a days about better power consumption and more efficient etc.   But what does that actually do for you?  Aside from save you a couple quarters on your electric bill?

 

I also believe the less power it uses the cooler it'll run



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The 7-- series is still fresh, i don't see why there would be rumors of the 8-- series yet

 

the 700 series is basicaly only a refresh.

 

The 780 of the Titan

The 770 of the 680

The 760 of the 670/660Ti

 

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The 800 series should have come Q1/2014 ...


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the 700 series is basicaly only a refresh.

 

The 780 of the Titan

The 770 of the 680

The 760 of the 670/660Ti

 

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The 800 series should have come Q1/2014 ...

Well at this rate you're probably right, they were released in about June of this year. Now I know I should hold of from buying a gaming laptop. 






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