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    Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    Nvidia branded card's photo is clear enough to see the Micron GDDR6 chips on board.
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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    This could be a Quadro sample, however the Tesla Volta and Quadro GV100 both have 2 way NVLink connectors, this only has one way…

    Has there been any official roadmap from Nvidia mentioning Turing though? Like Ampre I think its just another spin from the rumour mill.

    With Volta having the biggest R&D budget yet, I am sure Nvidia will want to generate as much profit as possible from Volta, including the enthusiast and mainstream consumer markets… So my bet is that the next gen of GTX/RTX cards will still be Volta based, although Turing could be a die shrink of Volta….

    I tested Scans website a few days ago for GTX 1080ti stock. A month ago, you could only order 1 to 2 per customer depending on brand/model. Now you can order a maximum of 50 to 1000 again depending on brand/model per customer without any out of stock warning. Looks like a few e-tailers also over estimated the Crypto boom…

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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    With the stockpile of old cards/GPUs, I would be surprised if they didnt just drop them down a tier, slap a new badge on them and sell them for a few quid less.
    Waiting for the market to buy them all up isnt going to help anyone...

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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    With the stockpile of old cards/GPUs, I would be surprised if they didnt just drop them down a tier, slap a new badge on them and sell them for a few quid less.
    Waiting for the market to buy them all up isnt going to help anyone...
    Right now the stocks of Vega cards seem pretty weak again pushing prices back up, so there isn't any competition for 1070 and higher cards. Nvidia can pretty much do what they want right now.

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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    TPU estimates the chip is nearly 700MM2:

    https://www.techpowerup.com/245501/n...80-ti#comments


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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Right now the stocks of Vega cards seem pretty weak again pushing prices back up, so there isn't any competition for 1070 and higher cards. Nvidia can pretty much do what they want right now.
    Except they clearly aren't selling them...

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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    Except they clearly aren't selling them...
    Well the reasons are simple - I posted a thread entitled "Cry Havoc, let slip the 1080s of war!" in the GPU section and I was literally about to pull the trigger until people pointed out the degree of my wrongness. Old architecture and the long time between releases means that buying into an ageing GPU is a bad idea. In the days of 6 monthly (or more frequent) releases you could get away with it, sure you'd miss a feature or two and some performance but it was a matter of if you keep waiting for the next card you'll just be waiting and waiting and waiting. Now in a card that may have a lifecycle where the premium product phase is 2-3 years, waiting 6 months longer for the next release makes a hell of a lot of sense. Especially if you're investing in a high end card and expect that it'll last a few years. Maybe not so much an issue if you're 1080P gaming on a mid range card and don't mind so much about maxing out the image quality. There are so many reasons to not invest in the current high end cards but to hold off and NVidia obviously don't like this. The bitcoin price has crashed but some people are looking at a long term extrapolated trend which shows this as a blip and expect the price will rise again. Either way it means that miners aren't going to invest in a load more GPUs that the green (and red) team ordered or sell their existing ones until they know what's happening.

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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    It's not just that, I'm guessing the a lot of people are waiting for the prices to drop back down to at least rrp or lower.
    Think back, the "normal" cycle for a series of cards is that it starts at rrp at launch and generally slowly creep down, with final discounts around or just after the launch of the next series as excess stock is sold off.
    This time because of the mining craze we saw the demand and cost sky rocket when it would normally be dropping and while the cost has come down it's still over rrp, interestingly the same has happened on the 2nd hand market with the previous generation of cards, 970's where going for around £250 at one point, it's dropped to a far more sane £150 now and there's a lot more of them.
    This leads me to think that like yourself that there's a number of people who didn't buy when the current series came out but waited for the mid life price drops, which never happened, and are now buying as the prices have come down.

    If you look from the mining side, it's not just the price has dropped, it's also that the complexity has jumped up as well, return on investment on the cards has greatly dropped, plus the big miners have got current gen high end cards currently running (we're talking tens to hundreds of thousands of cards here) and for small miners who where paying the massive prices it's no longer profitable.

    It's going to interesting to see what state the 2nd hand market will be in in 6 months time.

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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    Apparently a leak of a retail listing in Vietnam:

    http://www.guru3d.com/news_story/vie...rix_1180s.html

    A Vietnamese store has placed a preorder for the ASUS ROG STRIX 1180 online. Interesting as Reddit user samcuu who posted this claims this is a reputable store, he does not see a reason for them to be fooling around.

    So basically the shop claims the card will be in stock on September 28th and would be a 12nm based Pascal respin with faster graphics memory(GDDR6) tagged as Turing (GT104). Notice that the 3584 CUDA cores listed are a similar amount to the 1080 Ti, and that thus hints at a Pascal respin at 12nm.

    GPU: GT104
    3584 CUDA cores
    Memory type: GDDR6 Micron - new architecture
    Size: 16GB
    Memory BUS: 256-bit
    Memory Speed: 14.0 Gbps

    The preorder price is listed at only ~$1530 (I know). The photos that have been posted along with the listing DEFINITELY are photoshopped. Make if this what you will. Have a peek, and I'll just leave this for what it is, likely clickbait, albeit the specs really wouldn't surprise me to be real as it is confirming what we've been saying all along. A Pascal refresh called Turing with GDDR6. And yes, interesting is a mention of a release date, September 28th. The VN page has been taken offline but was listed here.


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    Re: Next gen Nvidia engineering graphics card photo leaks

    16GB of vram? That's got to cost.

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