Laptop W/ GTX1080 Ti

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  1. tps3443

    tps3443 Notebook Evangelist

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    I hope it’s 50%+ pascal is getting old. The performance isn’t getting old though, as Pascal is really a very powerful option..It’s very possible, it may only be a 25-30% improvement though.
     
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    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    The new V100 didn't turn out to be that stellar:

    Benchmark CIFAR10 on TensorFlow with ROCm on AMD GPUs vs CUDA9 and cuDNN7 on NVIDIA GPUs
    2018-04-23
    http://blog.gpueater.com/en/2018/04/23/00011_tech_cifar10_bench_on_tf13
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    Only slightly faster than the AMD Radeon Vega Frontier...even in it's new "specialty".

    So maybe the delay is DimVidia trying to brighten up the delivery...with Ray Tracing and HBM2, and blackjack and hookers. ;)

    So, I hope we get at least 35%...that would be ok, as long as it puts out full performance on mobile, within the same power / thermal limits as the full 1080 mobile.
     
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    You'd need a generator to run those cards in your laptop.
     
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  4. GTRagnarok

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    Going from 28nm to 16nm was likely a big part of what made Pascal so good. If the next gen is 12nm, I wouldn't expect the same huge increase in performance. But if it's 7nm...better prepare some clean pants.
     
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    i hope it will work with the P870DM-G LOL
     
  6. otto_kahn

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    GTX 1080 Ti on laptop? Really? is it possible?
    though the gtx 1180 gtx is faster than the 1080 ti
     
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    I knew about 1060 embedded laptops but don't have any idea about 1080Ti ones.
     
  8. thegh0sts

    thegh0sts Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    because 1080Ti for laptops don't exist.
     
  9. sa7ina

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    250W card.
    so...
     
  10. senso

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    SLI laptops dissipate that, or both combined from both cards.

    And the 1070 from MSI can dissipate 200W by itself, as can many 1080 already present in laptops.

    Slapping a 1080TI on a single MXM carrier might be a bit complicated, wider memory bus(256bit on the 1080 vs 352bits on the 1080Ti), and of course, the whole VRM section in itself might fill up even those very non standard MXM board, and I think there never was any Gxx02 die used in any laptop, only up to Gxx04 dies.
     
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    GTX 480M used a GF100. ;)
     
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  12. senso

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    Didn't know, thanks!

    But, thats a "small" and "low-power" GPU by todays standards, 100Watts TDP, and still, 256bit memory bus, but I stand corrected!
     
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