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September 16, 2013 10:57:03 AM

Ive read some rumour about the 800 series being released begin 2014, anyone now it this is true?

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September 16, 2013 11:02:58 AM

nVidia annouced the Maxwell(800-series) to launch Q1 2014 in September 2010, or at least that is what Wikipedia says. It seems to be pretty accurate as most sources seem to agree upon this(did i Google search).
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September 16, 2013 11:03:51 AM

Well, the 700 series just came out so the 800 shoudn't be much of an upgrade..
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September 16, 2013 11:10:24 AM

MysteryINC said:
Well, the 700 series just came out so the 800 shoudn't be much of an upgrade..


The 800 series is supposed to be the big one. The 200 series was new, 300 series was a rebadge, 400 series was new, 500 series was mainly a slightly improved rebadge, 600 series was something new, 700 series is mostly a rebadge, the 800 series will be something new and the 900 series will be mostly a rebadge.
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September 16, 2013 11:11:57 AM

That depends. If TMSC is cleared and ready for production, we could see the 20nm architecture in the Maxwell-series. As of today, that is unlikely, but we can´t really be sure.
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September 16, 2013 12:42:59 PM

We'll wait and see. We can't really predict what the real-life performance will be.
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October 3, 2013 7:17:50 PM

yeah Q1 of next year apparently. Hopefully! Imma buy two :D 
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October 28, 2013 9:34:08 PM

Wifey will not be a happy lil bunny if I buy the GTX780ti this year and a Maxwell next year.

Self control is always best left to people you trust.
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October 28, 2013 10:18:03 PM

MysteryINC said:
Well, the 700 series just came out so the 800 shoudn't be much of an upgrade..


Nvidia next generation gpu, maxwell should offer big performance jump since maxwell (800 series?) will be moving to TSMC 20nm node. There is big performance gap between 680 and 780 because nvidia was not using their top of the line chip with 680. Usually when new generation comes without new architecture and new process node the performance increment were small but with (like 400 series to 500 series) but with 600 series nvidia did not use their fastest chip for 680. Instead the best kepler chip were put into 700 flagship.
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October 28, 2013 10:27:25 PM

OJKD said:
nVidia annouced the Maxwell(800-series) to launch Q1 2014 in September 2010, or at least that is what Wikipedia says. It seems to be pretty accurate as most sources seem to agree upon this(did i Google search).


That was early prediction. In the end it depends when TSMC will be ready with their next process node. From the latest news i heard not too long ago TSMC's 20nm will only be ready at second half of 2014. So actual product might come out late Q3 or Q4 next year
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January 9, 2014 8:44:36 AM

I'll be waiting for the 20nm technology, I have 2 x 670 FTWs sli'ed and am completely satisfied with their performance. I may even pass on the 20nm if they don't show big enough gains over the 780ti.
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