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Old 11-11-20, 10:56 PM
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They could enable the Titan driver stack on the 3090, will be worth the 500$ to some people maybe:

They could I guess. Seems very anti-Nvidia though.

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They could enable the Titan driver stack on the 3090, will be worth the 500$ to some people maybe:

I don't think they will.

NVidia are more likely to launch a proper Titan card and get even more sales that way.

If the 3090 goes EOL they could make a full fat GA102 Titan with 48gb of VRAM or even use the GA100 chip.
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I don't think they will.

NVidia are more likely to launch a proper Titan card and get even more sales that way.

If the 3090 goes EOL they could make a full fat GA102 Titan with 48gb of VRAM or even use the GA100 chip.
Aye this. Could, would etc doesn't exist at Nvidia.

Still banging the 8k gaming drum. Prats.
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Whatever they do, if you look at Valhalla performance reviews, the 5700XT is faster than an RTX 2080, and that means the 6900XT should easily beat the 3090 in that game. Nvidia will have no way to retort to it. AMD will take the performance crown in a major AAA title. That's gotta hurt Nvidia, considering how puny AMD's bottom line is in comparison.
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Are RTX 3080ti leaks actually disguised company marketing initiatives? Interesting times ahead again. 2021 starting out with a bang. A lot to chew on. Or to complain about. The all new Z590 mobos are breaking out with Intel's newest Rocket Lake 11th-gen on January 11, 2021 (CES 2021) as well and with additional goodies like PCI Express 4.0 and Thunderbolt 4. Thanks to the newer 4.0 offering lots of vendors have already shipped new NVMe solid-state drives that use the newer spec's increased bandwidth. Just in time for a RTX 3080ti (USD$1,200?) to officially announce itself to our wallets and with a cool 20 GB of memory. Probably the 'sweet-spot' where most serious gamers wanted to be in the first place? Then later in 2021 (November?) Alder Lake the 12th-gen Intel processor will be introduced with a possible 16 cores and 24 threa1ds. A much "larger rectangular Intel chip" in overall dimension then the current 11th generation and in the process later this year forcing again all new mobo architectures and perrihials. Get money ready. No current AIO footprints will apparently fit it nor cool the Alder Lake Chip. Life is good!
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