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July 31, 2014 12:23:36 AM

I am planning on buying new GPU after christmas time. So is the GTX 800 series coming this year or something? Is it goig to be MUCH better than the GTX 700 series? And will it cost around the price of the 700 series cards because I dont really want to wait extra long just to know the price and stuffs

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July 31, 2014 12:29:19 AM

The 800 Series graphics card might be released this year around October or later if delayed. And your ask if would perform better, yes it would, rumoured to be at least 20% faster than the current 780Ti.

Hope this has help you. ;) 
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July 31, 2014 12:30:43 AM

NOTHING is certain until release of the actual cards.
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July 31, 2014 12:32:09 AM

Maxwell is supposed be around the same price and should perform quite a bit better (think around 30 percent) to Kepler. The time of the release is a big unknown but most place it between August and December this year.
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July 31, 2014 12:33:03 AM

Joeteoh99 said:
The 800 Series graphics card is definitely being released this year around October or later if delayed. And your ask if would perform better, yes it would, rumoured to be at least 20% faster than the current 780Ti.

Hope this has help you. ;) 


Thanks ;)  I should be able to wait for that ;) 
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July 31, 2014 12:34:07 AM

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Maxwell is supposed be around the same price and should perform quite a bit better (think around 30 percent) to Kepler. The time of the release is a big unknown but most place it between August and December this year.[/quotem

Do you think the 880ti will be launched the same day/week as the 880?
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July 31, 2014 12:34:18 AM

The 880, if with the specs mentioned above should consume less power and also run cooler. AMD's Tonga GPUs are even more of a mystery, but it seems they will be targeting the same high efficiency.
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July 31, 2014 12:35:34 AM

Syndicution said:
Alpha3031 said:
Maxwell is supposed be around the same price and should perform quite a bit better (think around 30 percent) to Kepler. The time of the release is a big unknown but most place it between August and December this year.


Do you think the 880ti will be launched the same day/week as the 880?


Possibly
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July 31, 2014 12:36:07 AM

880 Ti won't launch this year. Also projected performance increase of 880 vs 780Ti is only about 10%, which makes sense since the process is the same 28nm and architecture is not that different really with Maxwell being a middle-way bump towards a real architecture redesign.

However it is all but confirmed to have 4GB VRAM, which is a very good advantage over 780Ti with it's stingy 3GB VRAM.
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July 31, 2014 12:36:34 AM

Alpha3031 said:
The 880, if with the specs mentioned above should consume less power and also run cooler. AMD's Tonga GPUs are even more of a mystery, but it seems they will be targeting the same high efficiency.


I have heard they are coming this August but not sure
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July 31, 2014 12:37:45 AM

Gaidax said:
880 Ti won't launch this year. Also projected performance increase of 880 vs 780Ti is only about 10%, which makes sense since the process is the same 28nm and architecture is not that different really with Maxwell being a middle-way bump towards a real architecture redesign.


If its not coming this year, will it come the first quarter of 2015 or something?
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July 31, 2014 12:38:52 AM

Gaidax said:
880 Ti won't launch this year. Also projected performance increase of 880 vs 780Ti is only about 10%, which makes sense since the process is the same 28nm and architecture is not that different really with Maxwell being a middle-way bump towards a real architecture redesign.

However it is all but confirmed to have 4GB VRAM, which is a very good advantage over 780Ti with it's stingy 3GB VRAM.


Maxwell is definitely a new architecture and [GM204] will probably release either on the 28nm, 20nm or 16 nm dies.
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July 31, 2014 12:45:42 AM

It is a new architecture, however it is not really revolutionary... It's basically Nvidia's Haswell. Also 880 is confirmed to be 28nm GPU.

Pascal architecture after that will be a true step forward... Maxwell is more of an improvement here and there kind of thing.
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July 31, 2014 12:50:20 AM

I can't find anything confirming the 28 nm for 880, can you post a link or something?
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July 31, 2014 1:19:32 AM

Novuake said:
Gaidax said:
http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/nvidia-geforce-gtx-870...

People already laid hands on engineering sample for 880, the GPU is built on 28nm process for example and we have a general idea about memory configuration too.


Its just a photo, it does not confirm much.


I am pretty sure we can trust Guru3D's Hilbert if he says it will be 28nm process, besides, he is not the only one confirming it.

The issue is simple - 20nm process is not mastered yet, that's why inital 880s we will see will be based on 28nm. As simple as that.
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July 31, 2014 1:28:16 AM

Tom's already did a article on it though, and there are plenty of people speculating that it's going to be on the 16 nm as well.
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July 31, 2014 1:38:57 AM

I also believe it will be on the 28nm process, but a photo and a whole bunch of speculation proves nothing unfortunately.

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