Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by DiGiTaL MoNkEY, Apr 29, 2016.
And I never said they would throw them away. Just stated GP100 won't make a great gaming card.
Didn't they say that about Titan too?
Don't think that their flagship card will be just the 1080; there is definitely a Ti and Titan coming. Especially since they need to answer AMD's Vega.
Would there be a significant performance hit putting a GTX1070 in a PCIe 2.0 X16 slot?
I've got an old i5 2500k system @4.2ghz which I'm very comfortable with and my GTX 570 is starting to show its age trying to play DOOM.
At a guess, somewhere between none and stuff all.
Remember - PCIe 2.0 x16 = PCIe 3.0 x8
PCIe 2.0 x4 might start to show.
At the moment PCie 3.0 cards are not utilising the full bandwidth of the 3.0 slot, therefore you will not notice any significant performance loss using it in a 2.0 slot.
Read this article - https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Impact-of-PCI-E-Speed-on-Gaming-Performance-518/
Great, that's just what I wanted to hear gents! GTX 1070 here we come
woah..... wtf.. price gouge much
Bargain... reduced from $1,499.00
Final Specs have been released for 1080
must be such a reputable vendor
Why are they comparing to the 980 and not the 980Ti ? Is that because the 1080 is the same level or card? Its quite a price jump if it is.
Because they want it to be the replacement for the 980.if they compared to it the ti when the ti comes out they wouldnt have anything to compare it to ,to entice pople to buy the ti at an even higher price .plus the performance jump will be larger and seem better.imo
Gx204. Vs Gx204
It was the same with gtx980. It was compared to the gtx680 not 780/titan and also had a price hike.
Even a few dollars over $1000 rules it out for me..
Give it six weeks for the cheaper sea-freight cards to arrive
Lunchtime tomorrow the reviews should start to come out.
Im just a little bit excited
Not for $1300 AUD im not
I had an email from ple a week ago saying it would likely be around $1050
Aussie distributors and retailers have to make a chunky margin on something and it's usually on high end GPUs around release date because enthusiasts will always pay it.