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nVidia GS1000 Pascal series...2016 1Q....BRING IT ON!

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I'm ready...my system is ready...and my flight sims are ready...

 

...we are all ready...

 

GTX680 to---------------------------------------------------> nVidia's Pascal GTX1000.x 16GB's....

 

BRING IT ON!

 

A new year..and truly new, trans-leap generational, avaunt-guard technology...and the TIME IS NOW, for it's gone to fabrication and ensuing release/shipment!!!

 

Ses is ready to install.....

 

2016 1Qrt,is gonna start out, just grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!

 

"Bring it on, baby...bring it ON!"   :Party:

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Not due for another 6 months I thought. Has there been a new anouncement?

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How much are they going to cost? I would love a GTX 980 Ti, but having to pay £500+ for a graphics card is not something that I would be prepared to do unless I win the lottery.

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Not due for another 6 months I thought. Has there been a new anouncement?

Yes...to be released the first quarter of 2016...in a 16GB and 32GB variety.

 

The best part...is that that price is not going to be much more than any other Titan/GTX9xx initial RTM release in its class.  They want this series out there...and to thwart AMD....

There's only one problem..........it will cost about as much as an entire PC. I would love a GTX 980 Ti, but having to pay £500+ for a graphics card is not something that I would be prepared to do unless I win the lottery.

I'll say this...for THIS CARD, and this technology...I'd be having no problem spending the amount that was asked for the Titan series of cards. No problem at all...the tech is simply mind blowing...the thing will run at full max, killer performance, at ice-cold temps....

 

this is what I have been waiting for...and why I still have a GTX680.....but not for long....not much past the first quarter of this year...

 

Gawd...for the first time in 5 years...truly...an advanced leap in Graphic Card technology (GPU, as well as VRAM)...can't wait, can't wait...nVidia's Pascal...I love ya!  :wub:

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Yes...to be released the first quarter of 2016...in a 16GB and 32GB variety.

Do you have a link?

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How much are they going to cost? I would love a GTX 980 Ti, but having to pay £500+ for a graphics card is not something that I would be prepared to do unless I win the lottery.

 

Pray for AMD to produce a proper video card so there is some competition. Right now nVidia can ask whatever price they want as long as their cards rule supreme.

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Do you have a link?

Just Google nVidia Pascal, and you will get many links, that will tell you it has been taped, and sent to fabrication in Taiwan.  They also state a 1rstQ 2016 release.

Can you give us a link please?  I haven't seen squat about this happening earlier than 3rd quarter!

Just Google nVidia Pascal, and you will get many links, that will tell you it has been taped, and sent to fabrication in Taiwan.  They also state a 1rstQ 2016 release.

 

Can you give us a link please?  I haven't seen squat about this happening earlier than 3rd quarter!

Here's one...and there are a ton of others...just Google...

 

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2898175/nvidias-next-gen-pascal-gpu-will-offer-10x-the-performance-of-titan-x-8-way-sli.html

 

Most of the articles I read yesterday said 1Q, and/or 2Q of 2016.

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"The company said it's next-gen GPU technology, codenamed Pascal, will offer roughly ten times the performance of the Titan X, at least in compute tasks."

 

That means CUDA processing, not necessarily video. Until I see a benchmark, I'll reserve judgment.

 

Cheers!
 

Luke
 

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Ten times the performance of a Titan X? Oh, look! A flying pig!

Yes...and I am getting one of these fabulous 'flying pigs' as soon as they are out...flying through the FPS/texture clarity; roof... :)

 

Clear textures...all computing and chomping....as soon as they are out! :)

 

It's what I have been waiting for, and truly new graphics technology, in both the GPU tech, and the memory it feeds...HBM2-3D matrix stacks....YeeeHawwwww!  This leap hasn't been seen in five years.... :Party:

 

GPU Moores Law, just got a kick in the a**, for 2016  Happy New Year!!!

 

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-pascal-hbm2-16gb-1-tbs-2016/

 

http://www.fudzilla.com/news/graphics/37937-nvidia-pascal-gp100-gpu-reportedly-tapes-out

 

http://vrworld.com/2015/11/16/nvidia-unveils-pascal-gpu-16gb-of-memory-1tbs-bandwidth/

 

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-pascal-volta-gpus-supported-geforce-drivers-adds-support-vulkan-api/

 

Ses

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Hey Ses,

 

Greetings to a fellow Niagara Falls aficionado. You may want to check out this post from Linus. The site is reputable and brought some of the more optimistic claims into better focus. Your move from your current card will be a kicker, but may not lift your house off the ground.

 

http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/462486-nvidia-pascal-mythbusting/

 

All the best in the New Year!

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Hey Ses,

 

Greetings to a fellow Niagara Falls aficionado. You may want to check out this post from Linus. The site is reputable and brought some of the more optimistic claims into better focus. Your move from your current card will be a kicker, but may not lift your house off the ground.

 

http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/462486-nvidia-pascal-mythbusting/

 

All the best in the New Year!

I'll take a look right now, GFD! :)  Thanks for the link...I read everything! :)

 

Post Edit: Well GFD, just finished reading, and as the article states, we truly won't know about the gaming advantage over Maxwell, until they are out and sites have one to put through the paces.  I intended to wait for that event...and then decide from the published gaming specs.  I do certainly hope it is a grand leap forward as far as flight simulation goes...and will keep my fingers crossed that it will exactly be that.  If so...as I said...I then will pull the want-one-trigger....  :hi:

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Well I've looked this morning, and I still haven't found anything about first quarter. Second quarter yes, as I said, 6 months at least.
 
And ten times faster than a Titan is "compute performance" not gaming performance.

 

Ten times the performance of a Titan X? Oh, look! A flying pig!

 

 

 

I would agree with that Chris. Won't be anything like that for gaming. I've seen this sort of hype many times before. I hope Pascal is going to be as monumental as they say... but I'll not get carried away like the OP until I see it in action.

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I think the future bottleneck will be the software, it's getting to be a bit like that now. Apps like FSX/P3D that are 32-bit will see little benefit (they are already bursting at the VAS seams), and even those like X-Plane that are 64-bit but run on a wheezy old OpenGL graphics standard will not see much in performance gain. Even something as established as SLI is beyond them (although I believe P3D can benefit from that a little).

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Great addition to the thread. THANK YOU!  Very informative....

 

Getting excited!  I've been sitting in the Maxwell 'bush' for so long now....

 

I need more than my GTX680 2GB card can offer for XPX.45.  That 16 GB's onboard will be most welcome, especially for the Rotate MD-80

 

Mitch

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Why do I have a feeling that we will not see this card for another year or if it does surface it will be in the pro segment or all production will go towards the IBM/Nvidia supercomputers...I still have yet to see a definitive post describing what will be on the consumer version of this.

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Why do I have a feeling that we will not see this card for another year or if it does surface it will be in the pro segment or all production will go towards the IBM/Nvidia supercomputers...I still have yet to see a definitive post describing what will be on the consumer version of this.

True...but within probably 1-6 months, we are all going to find out. I am reading of a lot of excitement on other forums, in persons such as myself, that have not gone past Kepler, to see what would evolve beyond the Maxwell series. I just sense Slayer, that this is gonna be a true 'sleeper'....and will do for flight simulation, what overclocking the CPU to 4Ghz + did for FPS performance, once we could...

 

...like I said, it has been a long time, since I have 'watched the clock' on a soon-to-be-released GPU product.  I have a sense that my wait, and upgrade hold-off, will have been a very wise move....but only the near future will reveal that.  :smile:

 

I raise a class of cheer to the near future...!

 

Salute,

 

Ses

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Oh, just slap one of these into your computer and it will all be OK....

 

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Oh, just slap one of these into your computer and it will all be OK....

 

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Too fast...and no socket for it...  LOL!

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Why do I have a feeling that we will not see this card for another year or if it does surface it will be in the pro segment or all production will go towards the IBM/Nvidia supercomputers...I still have yet to see a definitive post describing what will be on the consumer version of this.

 

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-pascal-hbm2-16gb-1-tbs-2016/

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Give me twice the power of a Titan X for £250, and I will be interested. Ten times the power at £500 will still be too expensive.

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