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Nvidia Ampere & Turing (next GeForce) rumor thread

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Ackmed

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I saw that, hopefully a decent bump. I want it for BF V, been two years now since new cards. There should be a decent bump in performance. Day 1 buy if they don't price gouge and performance is good.
 

ozzy702

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I'm gonna wait for the next Ti edition.
This is likely where I'm at too, although I haven't enjoyed gaming as much since dropping to a 1070 so who knows, maybe I'll be impatient. I'm certainly not going to grab a founders card.
 

Claudio Honio

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This might be the first picture showing a full graphics card from the next generation. The new triple-fan and dual-slot model is part of iCraft series — Maxsun’s premium segment.

The front has four LED stripes, which do appear to be RGB. Same applies to the side LED GeForce GTX logo. There are no other lighting effects as far as we can see.

It’s worth noticing that model appears to have a single 8-pin power connector. It is also worth mentioning that there is no DVI connector on the bracket.

The new GTX 2080 iCraft does not carry any model marking, so we have no confirmation on GTX 2080 / GTX 1180 from Maxsun.

Maxsun is Chinese board partner of NVIDIA. You won’t be able to find these cards globally. We have reached out to Maxsun for a comment.
 

TheF34RChannel

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Wow this thread is missing all the good recent leaks. Too many to list, head on over to videocardz.com it's all there.

Anyway, I want the Ti, a dual slot card only but when do I actually need it is the question. I'm not biting for all the RT nonsense.
 

Malogeek

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Wow this thread is missing all the good recent leaks. Too many to list, head on over to videocardz.com it's all there.

Anyway, I want the Ti, a dual slot card only but when do I actually need it is the question. I'm not biting for all the RT nonsense.
I guess you couldn't be bothered looking elsewhere other than this thread. Multiple threads and now a consolidated one all in the Graphics Cards forum.
 

ultimatebob

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I wonder how fast that 2080 Ti mines Ethereum... not that's it is worth doing so at this point.
 

Headfoot

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I wonder how fast that 2080 Ti mines Ethereum... not that's it is worth doing so at this point.
I'm curious too. Not as worth it now but once the next speculation spike sends the price sky high you'll kick yourself for not buying/mining when it was low, and the FOMO circle continues...
 

VRAMdemon

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Apologies if this has been posted but its quite the article. I still need a 8 gig card grr..

Nvidia RTX 20 Series: Why You Should Jump Off The Hype Train
https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2018/08/21/nvidia-rtx-20-graphics-cards-why-you-should-jump-off-the-hype-train/#53eeb5963f8e
Yeah, I will wait for benchmarks before picking up a 20 series. I going to hand down my 980ti and 1440p display to my son. I am finally going to a 4k display and was going to pick up a 2080 or 2080ti depending on price. And seeing these prices, now I'm not sure. We need AMD with some competition.

I am still running haswell z87 4770K @4.4. I'm wondering now if I should just upgrade my CPU/motherboard and RAM and get a marked down 1080ti instead of just the 2080ti.

Anybody running a similar setup? does a 4770k @4.4 ghz bottleneck a 1080ti? If so no sense getting a 2080ti without a CPU upgrade..Thanks for any feedback
 

Puffnstuff

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Hardware Unboxed is also recommending that you let these new cards get into circulation and bench marked before passing judgement on them.
 

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