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Old 12-11-16, 01:12 PM
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The GTX 1080 Ti may have 10GB of VRAM

A Nvidia GPU that is thought to be the GTX 1080 Ti has been found in an Indian shipping manifest, with the GPU sporting 10GB of VRAM.



Read more on Nvidia's rumored GTX 1080 Ti.

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Old 12-11-16, 01:22 PM
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Hmm. I'm still a bit paranoid about Nvidia atm tbh, especially after the lame 1050 and 1050ti. What I mean is that this time around Nvidia have made sure to leave a chasm sized gap between their cards.

The Titan XP is 12gb and usually we would expect most of that (VRAM) and the same performance however this time around I have a feeling they are not going to usurp their own Titan XP (nor mug off the people who paid £1300 for one, that would make a change then !) and the 1080ti will probably perform between a 1080 and a TXP with absolutely no way of making up that deficit by means of overclocking.

For example, the 970 was easy to overclock to stock 980 etc. I have a feeling that this TI won't be like the ones from the past.

Not that slower than a TXP is a problem but the TXP IMO is just enough for smooth 60 FPS 4K.
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Old 12-11-16, 03:05 PM
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Hmm. I'm still a bit paranoid about Nvidia atm tbh, especially after the lame 1050 and 1050ti. What I mean is that this time around Nvidia have made sure to leave a chasm sized gap between their cards.

The Titan XP is 12gb and usually we would expect most of that (VRAM) and the same performance however this time around I have a feeling they are not going to usurp their own Titan XP (nor mug off the people who paid £1300 for one, that would make a change then !) and the 1080ti will probably perform between a 1080 and a TXP with absolutely no way of making up that deficit by means of overclocking.

For example, the 970 was easy to overclock to stock 980 etc. I have a feeling that this TI won't be like the ones from the past.

Not that slower than a TXP is a problem but the TXP IMO is just enough for smooth 60 FPS 4K.
Not everyone expected the non-reference 980ti's to be able to easily surpass a Titan X, but they did. I don't see how they are going to be able to beat a Titan XP with the 1080ti this time around as overclocking Pascal is not as good as Maxwell was.
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According to some "leaked" manifesto details this will be coming in around the $1000 mark so upwards of £800.

Big no go from me, I'd rather keep hold of my classy and wait for the next iteration of cards.
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Old 13-11-16, 07:08 AM
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Makes sense with the amount of GPU memory.
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Old 13-11-16, 11:54 AM
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With the rising prices of memory I wouldn't be surprised of £800 upwards.

I think I'll make do with my R9 Fury. If I can get 1080P/1440P 60FPS, I'm happy
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According to some "leaked" manifesto details this will be coming in around the $1000 mark so upwards of £800.

Big no go from me, I'd rather keep hold of my classy and wait for the next iteration of cards.
If that is the case then they are planning to release before AMD again.
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If that is the case then they are planning to release before AMD again.
If Nvidia's prices do go up then on principle I'll go AMD, I can't support a company that puts it's prices up gradually simply because they can, I know they are a business but this is beyond greedy.
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If Nvidia's prices do go up then on principle I'll go AMD, I can't support a company that puts it's prices up gradually simply because they can, I know they are a business but this is beyond greedy.
£800 is going to be ridiculous. That's absolutely a joke. That's what the original Titan cost almost four years ago. I know the exchange rate has fluctuated greatly and everything is more expensive, but £800 is taking the , if it's true.
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