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Nvidia's next generation of GPUs are rumoured to be a Pascal refresh

Nvidia's next generation of GPUs are rumoured to be a Pascal Refresh

Nvidia's next generation of GPUs are rumoured to be a Pascal Refresh

Nvidia's next generation of GPUs are rumoured to be a Pascal Refresh

 

Right now it is unclear what exactly Nvidia will do for their next generation of GPUs, as we all know that their Pascal architecture still has a lot of untapped potential, with many expecting the release of a GP102 based GTX 1080Ti in the near future.  

Now it is rumoured that Nvidia's next generation of GPUs will be a Pascal refresh, mirroring Nvidia's moves with their Kepler architecture to release new Pascal GPUs with enhanced clock speeds and different configurations to create the Nvidia 11XX series of GPUs.  

If Nvidia makes the same moves as their Kepler generations the GTX 1080 GPU core will be used in the GTX 1170 and a cut-down version of Nvidia's Titan X Pascal will become the GTX 1180. This move will be the same as what Nvidia has done with Kepler with their GTX 680 and 770 GPUs and their Original Titan and GTX 780 GPUs. 

  Nvidia's next generation of GPUs are rumoured to be a Pascal Refresh  

At this time Nvidia has not made any announcements regarding their future GPU plans, with the earliest estimates placing a mainstream GP102 release in January 2017. 

At this time AMD has no GPUs competing with Nvidia in the high end of the market, giving Nvidia the ability to delay the release of higher end products until AMD has the ability to compete with Nvidia in the high-end GPU market. 

 

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29-09-2016, 06:51:38

King of Old Old School
Well maybe for me the GTX1200 series might be the ones worth waiting for.Quote

29-09-2016, 07:40:19

KTM_RULZ
Looking forward to new overpriced "founders edition" cards and non existent MSRPs...Quote

29-09-2016, 08:52:33

AngryGoldfish
This goes against what a member of the press with 'inside sources' is saying. They have stipulated that at GTC May 2017 nVidia will reveal their Volta architecture with "up to 48GB of HBM2". I personally don't trust or like the (major) site that published this, but it could be true.Quote

29-09-2016, 09:55:00

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
This goes against what a member of the press with 'inside sources' is saying. They have stipulated that at GTC May 2017 nVidia will reveal their Volta architecture with "up to 48GB of HBM2". I personally don't trust or like the (major) site that published this, but it could be true.
They have revealed their volta architecture. And it is going into something named after me.

"NVIDIA introduces Xavier SoC based on Volta - for Autonomous Transportation"Quote

29-09-2016, 10:07:33

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
They have revealed their volta architecture. And it is going into something named after me.

"NVIDIA introduces Xavier SoC based on Volta - for Autonomous Transportation"
When you say reveal, what do you mean exactly?Quote
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