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1080 and 1070 details

Post #1 by Jam0r » Sat May 07, 2016 8:26 am

http://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics/926 ... ping-perf/

Perhaps the most interesting revelation is that GTX 1080 is a 180W TDP part, not 250W typically found on previous high-end GPUs from both Nvidia and AMD. That said, Huang showed that GTX 1080 is around 20-25 percent faster than Titan X while consuming approximately 30 percent less power.

Given what we know about the potential of overclocked GTX 980 Tis from various partners, a vanilla GTX 1080 will barely be any faster. This, clearly, is not the daddy Pascal GPU, because Nvidia doesn't need it: GTX 1080 Ti is probably lying in wait. We can hope that partners tap into the extra available TDP and really push this GTX 1080 to the limit, to enable more fluid gameplay at 4K.


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Post #2 by Jumper118 » Sat May 07, 2016 9:39 pm

these are a decent jump, but i think 16nm will really shine with another revision and hbm2. i think if amd can pull off 14nm and hbm this gen then they should have it in the bag and nvidia will need that 1080ti sooner than they want. I thik if amd fail to deliver, they may make the 1080ti a 1180ti and re brand the other 10 series with lower tier cards like they did with the 700 series.

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Post #3 by Scotchjock » Mon May 09, 2016 8:45 am

Not jumping on this one, I'll be waiting for the 1080ti variant but will be watching with interest.
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Post #4 by Frenzic » Mon May 09, 2016 11:35 am

The little power these cards use is very impressive. Just a single 8-pin power connector which means there is alot of headroom left 8-)
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Post #5 by Jam0r » Mon May 09, 2016 11:46 am

I could do with an upgrade, running a 960 at the moment although I have access to another for SLI should I need it.

Sold my 980 for Pascal a while ago and have been plodding along.

Really need to see what the difference in performance between the 1080 and 1070 is before splashing the cash.
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Post #6 by Scotchjock » Mon May 09, 2016 1:35 pm

Frenzic wrote:The little power these cards use is very impressive. Just a single 8-pin power connector which means there is alot of headroom left 8-)

Yep, that is impressive, kinda feeling silly now for buying a 1200W PSU with a couple of 780's back then, with newer hardware using less and less power my AX1200i can relaxe and enjoy the holiday. Will be interesting to see whether the 1080ti and pascal titan follows the same single 8 pin power requirement.
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Post #7 by Ezikkiel » Mon May 09, 2016 5:41 pm

The fact they say the 1080 is more powerful than a titan or 980's in SLI is VERY impressive and with the seriously reduced power consumption sounds good! sadly, only having owned this rig for about 2 months i cant really justify and upgrade all read :P
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Post #8 by Frenzic » Tue May 10, 2016 11:02 am

Scotchjock wrote:Yep, that is impressive, kinda feeling silly now for buying a 1200W PSU with a couple of 780's back then, with newer hardware using less and less power my AX1200i can relaxe and enjoy the holiday. Will be interesting to see whether the 1080ti and pascal titan follows the same single 8 pin power requirement.

I think the full fat Ti and Titan pascal cards will use a 6-pin and a 8-pin but who knows. 1080 Ti to go along with
Battlefield 1, mmmm, just mmmm :D custom boards might require more power for like Extreme Gaming versions etc.
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Post #9 by Scotchjock » Tue May 17, 2016 2:04 pm

Frenzic wrote:I think the full fat Ti and Titan pascal cards will use a 6-pin and a 8-pin but who knows. 1080 Ti to go along with
Battlefield 1, mmmm, just mmmm :D custom boards might require more power for like Extreme Gaming versions etc.

Well your thinking is right, looks like it's confirmed GP100 will be 8+6 pin.
http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-review/

Bring on the Ti's and Titans :)
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