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    Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    And it looks like a $10pcm 'Club GeForce Elite' subscription is being devised.
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    Re: Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    I am really starting to hate Nvidia. They are becoming right gouging barstewards

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    Re: Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    I like the idea of getting a rotating list of free games, but without the time to spend on them, $10 (Probably £9.99) a month seems a bit steep for me.

    The "Sending game codes to active users" idea is likely to see a lot of spam from people trying to get free stuff - like the Free scan shipping here.

    Not sure the Step Up is attractive to me either, I do want a 1080Ti, but I'm not going to buy one until I've seen reviews and partner boards. I imagine there'll be plenty of 980Ti owners jumping on it though, specially if supply is going to be throttled, as this suggests.

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    Re: Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    What is it with this trend of companies rewarding customer loyalty, when did customer loyalty go from something companies earned to something they paid for.

    I miss the days of companies earning my loyalty by providing consistently good products that represent consistently good value.

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    Re: Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    1080 - Reasonable to low 4k gaming
    1080 ti - 4k gaming heading towards everything enabled

    The next card - AMAZING FULL 4k gaming at over 60fps

    $$$$$$$$$$$$$

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    Re: Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    True 4k gaming @ 60 fps with all the bells and whistles is still 2 generations away for AAA titles. Think I'm going to get 2nd tier VEGA, which should give me 980 ti (ish) performance around £300 hopefully with decent power usage. That's the plan. Enjoy high end 1440p gaming, then do a complete system overhaul probably blowing £1500+ on a completely new system in 2018 when the GTX12** series / 2nd gen VR / 4k monitors with free-sync and HDR are all available.

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    Re: Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    I'm sticking with the 1070 for 1080p/60fps (I am aware it can do 1440p with ease presently, but I'm a humble soul). I am hoping that will give me 4 years (albeit on medium settings toward the end).

    Replacing my FX8350 in 2 years for a Ryzen chip if it lives up to the hype, so by 2020 I might be able take the plunge to 4k and invest in VR.

    Seems a reasonable road map to me, I try to avoid going over the 1k mark on a build usually, this is mostly so I can fund my kids gaming habits as well as mine! If anyone has any better recommendations let me know (no I can't afford an intel i7 and dual 1080's in sli haha).

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    Re: Nvidia confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in job posting

    Or, be sensible, playing all games at 1080p as a great big middle finger to these companies that are only just moving tech forward at a snails pace. It's rude, a bit naughty, plus costs far too much. What next? A $1500 card? Oh, ah, yeah, it'll happen.

    Oh well the wheels keep spinning. It's time for AMD to release something that's amazing, cheap, with sales to match. nVidia can then step down from its arrogant throne.

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