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Nvidia GP 100 Titan to debut in April, GTX 1080 to launch in June

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Birthday is April 8th hmmm....

 

 

On another note, should I now wait till April to buy a GPU or keep gaming on my surface pro, with my build on hold?

 

Wait


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Birthday is April 8th hmmm....

 

 

On another note, should I now wait till April to buy a GPU or keep gaming on my surface pro, with my build on hold?

wait


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AMD went from a 4 digit naming theme to a 3 digit naming theme, nvidia goes ahead and does precisely the opposite. K.

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Birthday is April 8th hmmm....

 

 

On another note, should I now wait till April to buy a GPU or keep gaming on my surface pro, with my build on hold?

Surface pro mast--definitely wait. 

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They are pretty intelligent:

Selling the super expensive "not-ment-for-gaming" card first because they know the hardcore gamer can't wait two month and just buy one. As the margin on the titans is very higth they will have ggod profit. So resist and wait!


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ZOMG!!! Selling my 980ti KPE for 100$ ASAP!!!!!!!!!!


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Waiting for Ti editions most probably.


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inb4 AMD releases their cards with a naming scheme suggesting use for 4k or 1440p to poke jokes at nvidia's 1080 (p) name
 

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I am more eager for these cards more than any before them, because it's the first time since I've entered tech enthusiast circles that I've witnessed a node shrink of GPUs. :D


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I wouldn't be surprised if this had no effect on AMD at all, let's be honest the Titan's make up a very small share of the market.

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They are pretty intelligent:

Selling the super expensive "not-ment-for-gaming" card first because they know the hardcore gamer can't wait two month and just buy one. As the margin on the titans is very higth they will have ggod profit. So resist and wait!

I'm sorry Stefan, but I just can't do that.  The marketing, the lack of marketing in this case, compels me to make brash, hasty decisions and buy the most expensive card in the name of consumerism.  (I'll probably get two-titans and just sob a year later when they release better value.)

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I am more eager for these cards more than any before them, because it's the first time since I've entered tech enthusiast circles that I've witnessed a node shrink of GPUs. :D

Lol same for me.

I am excited to find out exactly how much it can accomplish.


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I'm sorry Stefan, but I just can't do that.  The marketing, the lack of marketing in this case, compels me to make brash, hasty decisions and buy the most expensive card in the name of consumerism.  (I'll probably get two-titans and just sob a year later when they release better value.)

Nooooooooooo....... :ph34r:


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After re-reading it. this is flat out impossible. Current max HBM2 amount is 16GB so 32GB Titan is literally not possible at this point in time according to Samsung. This is a hoax.

Hynix is already making 8GB packages.

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After re-reading it. this is flat out impossible. Current max HBM2 amount is 16GB so 32GB Titan is literally not possible at this point in time according to Samsung. This is a hoax.

I believe that by 32 gb they are referring to the dual gpu card (like the Titan Z). The single GPU will most likely go up to 16, while the dual will get 32 (of course technically it is only 16, but as you probably know they love to market it as 32). Titan Z technically only has 6 gb VRAM, but they list it as 12.


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I believe that by 32 gb they are referring to the dual gpu card (like the Titan Z). The single GPU will most likely go up to 16, while the dual will get 32 (of course technically it is only 16, but as you probably know they love to market it as 32). Titan Z technically only has 6 gb VRAM, but they list it as 12.

Nvidia don't make those anymore


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I believe that by 32 gb they are referring to the dual gpu card (like the Titan Z). The single GPU will most likely go up to 16, while the dual will get 32 (of course technically it is only 16, but as you probably know they love to market it as 32). Titan Z technically only has 6 gb VRAM, but they list it as 12.

I am personally betting 32GB for Tesla, 16GB for Titan, and 8GB for the cut down Titan (x80 Ti) card. Just seems rather pointless to have 32GB on a normal Titan. 


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Titans, the cards that basically  nobody except Linus should be using.

 

Or people with some extra cash that want to mess around with new technology....

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Nvidia don't make those anymore

But it's possible they will.

There was also that rumor flying around that Nvidia would make a dual GPU Maxwell GPU. I guess it turned out to be false (though it still is possible they did) but they could easily make one for Pascal.


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"As for the unveiling, the Titan grade products based on the GP100 are expected to be announced in April, with the downgrade version to debut in June 2017. On the other hand, the GP104 based series, allegedly called the GeForce GTX 1080, and its scaled down version GTX 1070 will be unveiled in June this year, just before or after COMPUTEX."

 

GP100 comming in 2017

GP104 comming this year at the end of Q2.

 

Learn to read guys... well some off you.

 

The GP100 Titan is coming in APRIL (being this year) and the downgrade version (1080 ti) to be coming in June 2017.

 

Please work on your comprehension before criticizing others.

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