*Official* nVidia GTX 10xx Series notebook discussion thread

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Orgrimm, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. hmscott

    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    The video stream was so choppy, and they haven't posted it yet to verify, but I could have sworn he started out saying the "Ultimate" was faster than the current fastest Nvidia GPU - the Titan XP he just gave 5 away - then outdated them in his next segment :)

    So that would make the Titan 1080ti the fastest GPU Nvidia is shipping, right?

    I wonder if Nvidia's gonna stop making the Titan XP or drop the price too?

    Seems like the Titan XP is way too overpriced now. :)
     
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    Well the Titan X or rather the Titan series is usually their way of introducing what the new architecture is capable of, usually a runned down version of the Tesla (workstation) -> Titan -> 1080Ti etc...

    I remember back then was the biggest shock to the world when the first Titan came out and not even a year (half a year later) the 780Ti came out which was set at half the price and really close to Titan performance which got some people upset. The following Ti were just castrated versions of the Titan/X/Black... with this one though its surprising because they kept the CUDA count the same only lowering some specs along with taking out 1GB of ram lol. The higher clock rate will make it a faster video card over all.

    Titan X Pascal you were seeing at 1597MHz core.. and max boosts to 1900-1950~ and at high temps, they were saying the 1080Ti will be 1580MHz or so and boosting/ocing to 2GHz+ at better temps so reviews should be showing higher benchmarking/performance results.
     
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    @specialist7

    There was mention of new high performance memory sku's to be released to AIB partners for the 1060 / (1070) / 1080:

    1080ti 11gbits/sec
    1080 10->11 gbits/sec OC sku's, memory OC
    1070 8 gbits/sec no mention of memory OC sku's
    1060 8->9 gbits/sec OC sku's, memory OC

    It seems odd that the 1070 @ 8 gbits/sec wouldn't also get a bump to 9 gbits/sec - or even 11gbs/sec, maybe it will.

    A small VRAM only refresh - IDK how Nvidia will differentiate the naming of the slower VRAM vs higher speed VRAM boards.

    I wonder what the Notebook makers will do with these faster memory sku's, maybe they will show up in their own model refreshes soon.
     
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    Small correction: Original 1080 had 10Gbps memory, not 9Gbps.


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    Thanks for catching that, fixed :)
     
  6. Atma

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    Looks like

    the $699 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is up to 35% faster than the GeForce GTX 1080, and is even faster in games than the $1200 NVIDIA TITAN X. - http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti

    What a great year new desktop builds! :D (or even upgrading)

    I wonder why they said "even faster in games" than just 'even faster'.
     
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    Meh 11Gbps is what all 1080 owners can already achieve. So all they're doing is a simple factory overclock to the vRAM hence why it says OC memory card. I would assume an existing owner could simply flash their card with the vbios and getbsame factory overclock spec. Or keep using Afterburner and manually OC.

    I'll be buying the 1080Ti as soon as AIB cards are available. $699 is just too good of price to pass up.
     
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    I would expect "better VRAM" to also OC... I wonder how much headroom will be left to OC the VRAM in the refreshed Pascal GPU's, and the new 1080ti?

    The AIB water-cooled 1080ti will likely be +200-300$, $899-$999 to benefit from the full performance it's gonna be pricey :)
     
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    so it looks like there wont be a mobile version of the 1080ti anytime soon. They will probably save that for the second half of the year. It could be that we may never see it at all.
     
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