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User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
4 months ago#51
DiehardFFv2 posted...
blacklabelice posted...
ArcadeGuy posted...
blacklabelice posted...
no source and nothing on google. is tc worthy of taking up an ignore slot?

This isn't on Google. It's posted from someone who works in the industry on Facebook set to private.


oh so you pulled it out of your ass

bye for now!

Or you could just use a bit of history to get a pretty good ideal of Nvidia's release cycle. They've been pretty consistent going back I believe 7 generations at this point. The price is all speculation sure, but once again you can use history to get good ballpark figures.


ballpark figures, also known as non-verified, fabricated, pulled-out-of-ass.
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User Info: Darth_Kamcio

Darth_Kamcio
4 months ago#52
JKatarn posted...
DiehardFFv2 posted...
blacklabelice posted...
ArcadeGuy posted...
blacklabelice posted...
no source and nothing on google. is tc worthy of taking up an ignore slot?

This isn't on Google. It's posted from someone who works in the industry on Facebook set to private.


oh so you pulled it out of your ass

bye for now!

Or you could just use a bit of history to get a pretty good ideal of Nvidia's release cycle. They've been pretty consistent going back I believe 7 generations at this point. The price is all speculation sure, but once again you can use history to get good ballpark figures.


ballpark figures, also known as non-verified, fabricated, pulled-out-of-ass.

Come on, man, without extrapolation nobody would have invented anything, except by accidents.
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User Info: lightningbugx

lightningbugx
4 months ago#53
JKatarn posted...
DiehardFFv2 posted...
blacklabelice posted...
ArcadeGuy posted...
blacklabelice posted...
no source and nothing on google. is tc worthy of taking up an ignore slot?

This isn't on Google. It's posted from someone who works in the industry on Facebook set to private.


oh so you pulled it out of your ass

bye for now!

Or you could just use a bit of history to get a pretty good ideal of Nvidia's release cycle. They've been pretty consistent going back I believe 7 generations at this point. The price is all speculation sure, but once again you can use history to get good ballpark figures.


ballpark figures, also known as non-verified, fabricated, pulled-out-of-ass.


My figures are based on comparing specs of the GV100 against how the whole Pascal series went out. Basically, Nvidia added 4 more stream modules to each graphics cluster. The Titan and professional card have 6 clusters, the x80 and x70 have 4 clusters, the x60 batch has 2 clusters, and the x50 batch has 1 cluster that may have an additional module to improve yield for the budget card. The professional card has 64 CUDA cores per stream module while the consumer card combines each pair of modules to cut some of the cache down, resulting in 128 CUDA cores and such per module. The ROPs are the same as memory bandwidth is still a bottleneck for pixel draw rate.

It is all basic math.

The price side, I will assume a price increase.
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User Info: RainblowDash

RainblowDash
4 months ago#54
The latest Titan uses HBM2, I don't think anyone will skip that next gen.
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