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

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  1. Templesa

    Templesa Notebook Deity

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    I am actually very interested in what you've put forth here- and since I own some decent hardware, I figured we could give this a go!
    Test PC - Note - 3770 and 6700 are not K version- stock clocks:
    Intel i7-3770
    16GB of DDR3 1600MHz RAM
    128GB Toshiba SSD
    EVGA 430w Bronze PSU
    GTX 970 EVGA SSC
    GTX 1070 FE Nvidia
    Win 10 x64

    EVGA Clock speeds (Aside from the EVGA Factory OC no OC applied) Driver 364.72:
    GPU Clock 1190, Memory 1753, Boost 1342 ----- I saw spikes on GPU-Z v8.0 as high as 1404.4 on the sensors page, but 1342 was read on the Card page and EVGA's website. I did no overclocking.
    Skydiver: 25,055
    Graphics: 39,254
    Physics: 9,531
    Combined: 19,725 - FPS Combined 81.22
    Fire Strike: 10,069
    Graphics: 12,103
    Physics: 9,812
    Combined: 4535 - FPS Combined 21.10

    Nvidia GTX 1070 - Driver 368.39
    GPU Clock 1506, Memory 2002, Boost 1683 (Took it out of the box a few moments ago this way!)
    Applying a negative clock of 200 to the Core (1306 mhz) we will see more close results- Unfortunately, the memory negative clock of 265 wouldn't actually apply- neither GPU-Z or nVidia Control Panel could see the downclock. I applied it and left it anyway, just in case, but I doubt it's functioning as intended.
    Skydiver: 27901
    Graphics: 51,447
    Physics: 9,306
    Combined: 19,440 - FPS Combined 80.00
    Fire Strike: 12,220
    Graphics: 15,768
    Physics: 9,624
    Combined: 5,353 - FPS Combined 24.90

    Spikes on the core were has high as 1645 mhz (which is almost full speed on the boost) but memory *was* locked on GPU-z to 1765.8
    Do what you will with this information!

    Bonus: If anyone is interested, once my i7-6700 comes in tomorrow, we will be able to see just how much of a jump Skylake provides from Ivy Bridge as it's clear to me IB is holding it back.
     
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    Should have my 5960x and 1080 FE benchmarks by tomorrow this time.
     
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  3. Ionising_Radiation

    Ionising_Radiation ?v = ve*ln(m0/m1)

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    That's a 2000 point difference - one that could be achieved by sufficiently overclocking the GTX 970, which is renowned to do so quite well. So the clock rate does play a big difference.
     
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    No they aren't catching up, the 1080 is 9.X teraflops and the new Xbox isn't even out till holiday 2017. By then then we will have the 1080ti and the new Titan which will be way over 10 teraflops. They won't ever catch up, or even come close. The new Xbox is 1.5 years away! To add, we aren't even sure if the 6TF figure (which is meaningless for gaming performance anyways) is the soc combined or just the GPU , which would put PC even more ahead today than it already is
     
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    I wish they release an MXM based off 1080 GTX replacing the 980M else we will be getting a 1070 (6.5Tfs) based off card which will be max 6TFs on notebook with cut-down GP104, then XB1 S will surely catch the mobile spectrum but yeah that 6TF's figure which is an SoC and that AMD's poor tessellation doesn't tell the whole picture even if we speculate, but if Nvidia releases a refreshed model by 2017 GP204, then consoles will get REKT. Could be couple of months later but this roadmap is entirely dependent on VEGA and If that's really VEGA which is 6TFs in scorpio then AMD is doomed, Period.

    I just want an MXM which can surpass those console gimpware.
     
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    TF is not an accurate indicator of actual gaming performance. Also I am curious if the 6 TF was for the SOC or for the GPU?
     
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    Also remember AMD hardware has more TF than Nvidia hardware. But it's a big jump considering X1 is only 1.8TF or something. Still I doubt they'll be playing 4k at more than 30fps if that.
     
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    Scorpio won't be anything big. Zen + Polaris. There's no way they'd be able to make a Zen + Vega APU and manage to cool the thing in a SFF chassis. That's not even taking into account how much Vega will be. Nobody is going to pay a grand for a console, especially with how much this generation flopped, all three already being replaced.
     
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    maxwell async fail
    pascal is bandaid for maxwell

    amd, well, they're optimized. but overall don't have the horsepower for single gpu performance
     
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    Here, let me help you with that. I picked the top i7-4770 and GTX980 FS score to compare with i7-4700MQ and GTX1080 set for the same clocks, well as close as could be. Note that clocks were rock solid and did not change for the GTX1080. Also note GDDR5X is technically QDR not DDR so half the clock frequency is reported vs GDDR5.

    http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8822259/fs/6914310#

    Power consumption for GTX1080 for this was 90W or less. If one is familiar with OC'ing then it would be more interesting to compare power levels at a 2GHz clock. The 980 would need LN2 for this so good luck finding someone.

    Just imagine if Intels next CPU came with a 50% increase in clocks. Would people still complain because clock for clock it's about the same?
     
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