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NVIDIA Next Generation ‘Ampere’ 7nm Graphics Cards Landing 1H 2020

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by LoadsaMoney, Oct 4, 2019.

  1. FlyingScotsman

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    Rumor mill that's what it should be renamed to.
    No one knows whats coming, but to be honest just wish it would hurry up so I can ditch my old faithful 1080ti.
     
  2. Perfect_Chaos

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  3. TNA

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  4. Kaapstad

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  5. Rroff

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    If they create enough different articles they can always point back to the right one in future to say how right they got it ;)
     
  6. TNA

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    Yep.

    I think a lot of people just go there out of desperation for some kind of news, they don't care if it is real or not.
     
  7. Perfect_Chaos

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    That's about right.

    I'm interested to see the 3070/3080 specs, wonder if the Ti will come later like they mention in the article.
     
  8. Kaapstad

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    Ampere is (my guess) going to hit the shelves about 10 to 12 months after the Super editions of Turing were available.

    Researching and bringing to market new architectures is expensive and NVidia will want to get the maximum return from Turing, even more so after releasing the Super editions.
     
  9. aoaaron

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    nvidia set to destroy my wallet and AMD again.

    im surprised we aren't seeing a 2080ti super. i might seriously buy the 3080ti on release if they do the same as they did this gen as they seemed to last a fair while.
     
  10. sideways14a

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    Well it wont be destroying mine, i have a 1080ti and i wont be letting Nvidia free reign on my £££s again - they can shove this stupid idea that GPUs are some sort of epeen like thing that costs an arm, leg and kidney to buy into.
     
  11. Kaapstad

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    2080 Ti Super is already available as the RTX Titan.

    I don't think we will see a 3080 Ti when Ampere launches as I think the ordinary 3080 cards will be a nice performance increase over the older Turing 2080 Ti.

    I think one of the reasons for seeing the 2080 Ti so early was that the 2080 was not much of a performance increase over Pascal 1080 Ti.
     
  12. 3t3P

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    I think they'll want at least 9months from the first super refresh cards that were out three months ago. So that's June which is still H1.
     
  13. Grim5

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    HKEPC analyst says even though Ampere has been delayed, it will still be in stores by May 2020

    https://www.hkepc.com/18626/新卡升級_7nmRTX_3080_Ti_要來了_NVIDIA_Ampere_GPU_或於_2020_年_Q1_發佈

    That's my money ball guess too, no 3080ti until 6 months after the 3080 is launched. Mhm decisions to make, buy a 3080 that's maybe 20 or 30% faster than the 2080ti or wait for the full fat 3080ti chip.
     
  14. Quartz

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    My nephew is going to need my 2080 Ti when he goes to university next year so I'll be looking for a 3080 Ti or Titan by then.
     
  15. FlyingScotsman

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  16. Poneros

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    Different sources, it's not wccftech looking into a witch's globe to see when it's gonna be out each time. Kudos to them for reporting news which contradicts their own leaks, it means they don't pretend to give you absolute truths (which so many people seem to want from leakers, completely misunderstanding what these are).
     
  17. TNA

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    Fake news!

    They must of had a dozen different stories about the 480 and Fury back in the day. Even they them selves said the 480 would be MUCH better than it turned out to be. Too many lies. Maybe now that they are much bigger they lie less or are more careful so they can squirm out of it. But how are you going to trust people that lie so much ever again? I just avoid them, they come up plenty of times right here on this forum. Nearly every news story quoted here are from wccftech :o
     
  18. robfosters

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    It’s stock levels which worry me. It’s no good looking forward to a release date when there’s barely any stock to go round, particularly if the rumoured price drops are true.
     
  19. FlyingScotsman

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    How can you even talk about stock levels when the cards have not even been confirmed.:rolleyes:
     
  20. robfosters

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    Because it’s an age old problem with high end Nvidia cards, and is extremely likely to happen again.