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Nvidia Rumour: GTX 2080 & 2070 using Ampere (GA104) and will launch in April, GP102 is EOL

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Really good news, I'm in the market to upgrade my laptop, hopefully we see Ryzen and Ampere combos on some medium sized laptops.

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9 hours ago, Dogeystyle said:

Really good news, I'm in the market to upgrade my laptop, hopefully we see Ryzen and Ampere combos on some medium sized laptops.

I doubt that will ever happen. I mean the whole reason amd and Intel are working together for laptop soc like the Intel cpu Vega combo is to cut out nvidia.

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The acrynom EOL means End of Life. GP102 is not End of Life.

 

Your title is thus misleading.


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10 minutes ago, AluminiumTech said:

The acrynom EOL means End of Life. GP102 is not End of Life.

 

Your title is thus misleading.

It's a rumour so how is it misleading? It is not presented as a definitive statement of fact.

 

Note even if it is EOL, that doesn't mean products wont keep being made for some time, depending on how much component inventory there is built up in the system. It is not unusual for them to turn off the tap if someone new is not far off coming to replace it.


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On 2/9/2018 at 7:59 AM, NinJake said:

(Tax returns woooot)

Not to derail the thread, but do you realize that you're cheering the government giving you your own money back (without interest, might I add)?

 

Okay, off topic post over.  You may now resume your regularly scheduled rumor speculation.

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Please Nvidia, don't call it the GTX 2080 or 2070


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but will the entire side of the cooler be a screen that you can program to show you statistics or your own custom text/art?


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2 minutes ago, Max_Settings said:

I don’t know, that’s what Nvidia chose.

Is their any semi creditable source besides he said she said?

Like a leak benchmark, shipping slip, retailer listing, ect.


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6 minutes ago, Max_Settings said:

I don’t know, that’s what Nvidia chose.

Nvidia hasn't stated anything about the Ampere GPU naming scheme, 20XX is just pure speculation. We even can't be sure if the architecture's name will really be Ampere.

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20 hours ago, Jito463 said:

Not to derail the thread, but do you realize that you're cheering the government giving you your own money back (without interest, might I add)?

Yes.

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I'm expecting a 20-30% bump in efficiency/performance.


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Reuters just said that NVIDIA new GPU gaming chip will be named Turing. There's a possibility they will release 2 series - 1 for mining and 1 for gaming.
 

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The new GPU gaming chip, code named Turing, is expected to be unveiled next month. 


https://www.tweaktown.com/news/60857/nvidias-next-gen-turing-gpu-unveiled-gtc-2018/index.html
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nvidia-results-research/frenzied-demand-for-nvidias-graphic-chips-shoot-prices-through-the-roof-idUSKBN1FT2AW 

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8 minutes ago, YongKang said:

Reuters just said that NVIDIA new GPU gaming chip will be named Turing.

so now there's...

where did reuters get that? (don't get me wrong, I love that Turing is getting a spot in Nvidia's naming scheme)

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I  want a new launch so I can scoop a couple up direct from NV's shop.  I'm rolling a single Maxwell Titan X, having sold the second one to cash in on the GPU price inflation, and that just isn't good enough for 144hz.


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My hope is that GA100/2 gets launched first, really mad that they started being assholes with the product stack starting with kepler.

 

AKA Give me a GTX 2080 that is a full fat GA100

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1 minute ago, NvidiaIntelAMDLoveTriangle said:

Any chance we're going to get this at or close to MSRP?

Or will Nvidia change their slogan to "Nvidia The Way It's Meant To Be Mined" ?

 

It would be at MSRP if you are to buy the founders edition cards or other graphics cards that may cost the same. It wouldn't be inflated due to having enough in stock at launch.

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