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Old 02-07-19, 04:14 PM
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Nvidia confirms that their next-gen GPUs will be manufactured by Samsung

Next-Gen RTX will be 7nm with EUV.



Read more about Nvidia's plans to utilise Samsung's 7nm technology for their next-generation GPUs.

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Old 02-07-19, 04:54 PM
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This is nice. Exciting stuff continues.
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Old 02-07-19, 05:45 PM
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Expect another 10% - 20% price hike from this gen
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Old 03-07-19, 11:45 AM
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With Nvidia's 12nm RTX Super series of graphics cards launching today, it seems clear that Nvidia has no plans to release a consumer-grade 7nm graphics card before 2020, as otherwise, their RTX Super lineup would have a shelf life of less than six months.
So slightly less than the original 20 series.

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Expect another 10% - 20% price hike from this gen
at least, and then some sort of re-release with better performance with a price slash to counter 7nm+ and whatever intel has out/due
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Old 03-07-19, 12:07 PM
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Nah come on guys, the last die shrink brought us the 1000 series cards which were good value, there wasn't any competition from AMD in the high-end then either lets not forget, you could say AMD were in a worse position then at the high end than now. The 2000 series cards were not just no-die shrink, but a massive die-size increase too, they were intrinsically not good value technologically but we couldn't have had anything new better at the time, it would just have been nothing at all if AMD were in competition for Turing's consumer launch.

Although here in the UK we've got all the early signs of a recession about to start so maybe not for us but oh well.
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Old 03-07-19, 02:14 PM
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Expect another 10% - 20% price hike from this gen

On the next "xx80Ti" it'll likely be the same £1200 price tag even if yields are better, Nvidia have now set the xx80 Ti price tag 60% higher than last gen and I highly doubt they'll lower it.
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Old 03-07-19, 02:18 PM
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Personally I think they'd love to but they won't actually be able to make a die big enough to be in the same class as TU102 on 7nm yet, so they'll release something cheaper and slightly faster with a ~TU104/GP100(RTX2080/Quadro) sized die and claim it's a pro-consumer move, that's assuming the 3000 Series comes in the first half of 2020 anyway. Turing's giant TU102 die was only possible that cheap because 14nm was already fairly mature at its launch, previously that class of die has been relegated to £3000+ cards like Quadro's or the Titan V.

RTX2080Ti was a server chip in consumer/gaming dressing, NVidia has never actually done that with this class of chip and gaming centric focus before but no doubt they'd love to.
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Old 03-07-19, 02:53 PM
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Expect another 10% - 20% price hike from this gen
If people keep buying at those prices, Nvidia will keep increasing them.


I really don't get it. It's like people won't forgive AMD any type of mistake or blunder. But Nvidia gets away with literal crime. They commit fraud like it's nobody's business, their practices are disgustingly dishonest and anti-consumer, yet people don't seem to care enough to remember those instances for longer than a week. I wonder how many times will Nvidia have to screw over their own customers for them to get a freakin' hint and stop buying their products.
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Old 03-07-19, 02:59 PM
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We can all agree NVidia make anti-consumer moves and over price some of their products without ignoring the fact this is the cheapest we've ever seen a 750mm^2+ class chip in any area of micrprocessors ever so far and a far larger and more expensive to produce chip than any previous X80Ti.

There's so many legitimate things to criticise about NVidia, why choose one of the few things that's technologically justifiable? It just harms the cause.
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