Pascal: What do we know? Discussion, Latest News & Updates: 1000M Series GPU's

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by J.Dre, Oct 11, 2014.

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  1. Amal77

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    I'm guessing the 1040M will perform like an 850M/950M. It shouldn't perform more than 50% better than the current 940M.
     
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    I wonder if 1070m will match stock 980(desktop) without OC'ing
     
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    I kinda doubt that.
    GTX 980 is around 40% faster than the GTX 980M.
    GTX 980M is around 30% faster than the GTX 970M.
    So, GTX 980 is around 80% faster than the GTX 970M.
    GTX 1070M could perform around the GTX 970.

    These are just my assumption.
     
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    New info about upcoming Pascal chips (from AIDA64 system info tool developers):

    http://videocardz.com/60289/breakin...rs-confirm-pascal-gp102-gp106-gp107-and-gp108
     
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    ^ makes sense. I knew GP100 was launched already, which means they're simply milking GP104 for a while. They could just toss GP100 into gaming cards and be done with it; some of the Tesla cards are already like gaming cards with simply extra vRAM and different solder etc.

    Oh well.
     
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    It wouldn't be nVidia if it retained compute capabilities.
     
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    As far as I heard, OpenCL is even worse on Pascal since they favour CUDA as usual. But if they're removing DP encoding blocks from GP100 and calling it GP102 and still overpricing it, then... I hope Vega 10 is actually not the top and Vega 9 exists and AMD hasn't even told anybody but their engineering department that it exists yet and that it owns GP100 (far less GP102) for like $650-$700.

    *goes and makes wishes to the gods of IT*
     
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    I suggest you get a world religions book and make offerings to every deity from each one lol.
     
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    I will get a GP100 based titan instead of a GP102 titan if there is two options...

    So one compute enabled titan vs disabled titan?
     
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    I am simply speculating. There is a very large chance that they just invented "G*xx2" as a class of GPU silicon to do exactly what I said and they won't release GP100 to mainstream, and there is also a chance that they will release both GP100 (as Titans) and GP102 (as DP-less titan-class cards), and then charge $2000 for a Titan or some crap. Who knows.

    Either way, it's not good for consumers.
     
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