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Old 15-02-17, 03:38 PM
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Nvidia will be holding a GTX Gaming Celebration event on February 28th

Nvidia will be holding a "GTX Gaming Celebration" event on February 28th, the same day as AMD's Capsaicin & Cream event.



Read more on Nvidia's GDC GTX Celebration Event.

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Old 15-02-17, 04:34 PM
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I'm really keen to see how they choose to fit the 1080ti into the lineup. The Titan XP has been out for so long now that I can see them undercutting it and releasing the 1080ti as a slightly cut down (of a cut down) chip with much higher clock speeds to pretty much be on the same level as a Titan XP. Even at $800 that would be extremely popular and would spit on Vega 10 which may only be competing against the 1080. A 4k-ready GPU at $800 would be ridiculous, in both a good way and a bad way.
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Old 15-02-17, 09:51 PM
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well redgamingtech just did a video on the 1080ti, i wont link it because im not entirly sure on the rules to linking. basics of it though, gp 102, fewer cuda then titan xp, higher speed and around £650-£800
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Old 15-02-17, 10:54 PM
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I'm really keen to see how they choose to fit the 1080ti into the lineup. The Titan XP has been out for so long now that I can see them undercutting it and releasing the 1080ti as a slightly cut down (of a cut down) chip with much higher clock speeds to pretty much be on the same level as a Titan XP. Even at $800 that would be extremely popular and would spit on Vega 10 which may only be competing against the 1080. A 4k-ready GPU at $800 would be ridiculous, in both a good way and a bad way.
I agree with what Jayz said the GTX1080Ti will come in between the pricing of the GTX1080 & Titan XP so the GTX1080 will drop in price.

So in the process might end screwing AMD Vega if people think for one minute that Vega is going to be cheap well you have rocks in your head cause AMD is taking a hit on the CPU's i don't think they're not willing to take a hit on the GPU sales.

I have no issue what so ever that Nvidia is having an event on the same day as AMD.
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Old 15-02-17, 10:57 PM
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I agree with what Jayz said the GTX1080Ti will come in between the pricing of the GTX1080 & Titan XP so the GTX1080 will drop in price.
Where the hell else would it go?
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Old 15-02-17, 11:05 PM
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AMD is taking a hit on the CPU's i don't think they're not willing to take a hit on the GPU sales.
do you have evidence to back up this claim?
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do you have evidence to back up this claim?
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Meh, Usually I'd be pumped for this but oddly enough I'm more excited about my work and new training schedule than a new PCB
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Old 16-02-17, 12:12 AM
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do you have evidence to back up this claim?
No, I don't have any evidence, it's just my thoughts.

Which i'm allow to have on the matter.

I think AMD are taking a hit on the higher end ones but not the lower end ones, they seem to be the correct pricing.
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Old 16-02-17, 12:23 AM
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No, I don't have any evidence it's just my thoughts.

Which i'm allow to have on the matter.



You lie you have undying for Nvidia
Nvidia's stuff is predictable, Bring out the 1080 Ti which spec wise is half way between the 1080 and Titan X i.e a cut down Titan X, At a price not that far away from the Titan X.

I'm more excited to see AMD's product stack
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