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Discussion in 'nVidia Flavor' started by TaintedSquirrel, Feb 15, 2017.
And they going to prerelease the 1080ti there? The march rumour for products comes via MSI so should be somewhat reliable.
Looks like I will have a present to buy myself this March.
I mean, 1080 Ti confirmed.
Fingers crossed, 1080Ti is announced / confirmed for release. I need an upgrade.
Likely updates on the shield 2, new GeForce now experience. Setting those expeditions to low
I think you're right, still too early for the Pascal refresh or the non-existant 1080 Ti.
I'm hoping (and expecting) a 1080ti reveal...then I will upgrade my GTX 970 to either a 1070 or 1080...hopefully the 8GB VRAM will be enough for a few years
New GeForce Experience getting a feature that allows users to rate their games from 0 to 3.5 out of 4
Repeat from 980 ti all the way. AMD releases Fury and same day NV released their card, that made Fury X worse choice.
Now, at Capsaicin event on 28th Feb Amd is supposed to show Vega - not release it - and we got NV "trolling" them.
Now, let's hope the release of 1080 ti will bring 1080 prices down to 1070 levels
Shame it does not let everyone rate GeForce Experience
French website IO-Tech has said that their sources have confirmed a 1080 Ti announcement at GDC. But don't forget that another website's sources confirmed the same thing for CES. New PC hardware announcements never happen at GDC, as far as I can remember (please correct me if I'm wrong).
Your right Nvidia normally does not announce cards at this event, but I doubt they want to announce the 1080ti at GTC as that is where one would expect Volta Tesla to be announced (P100 was at GTC last year).
Surely Nvidia wouldn't hold an event such as this without a definite purpose, and I can't think of anything beside a 1080ti that would be worth promoting in this manner at this time.
So signs look good imho!
I'd call it BS. You can inline edit HTML code, FFS. Here's what I see:
Also remember that VideoCardz was the one who told everyone that the 1080 Ti was going to be announced at CES.
I don't think there will be any new announcements until AMD shows a real product. Top end is already dominated by Nvidia right now and in all past leaks or benchmarks Vega was around 1080 level. As of right now AMD is playing catching up game with Intel and Nvidia, nothing more.
NVIDIA is not sitting on product waiting for AMD's next line to drop. Their release schedule is about keeping Wall Street happy. They're competing more with their installed user base and existing products than anything new from AMD. They might shift announcements to trip AMD up, but way more goes into their production than the war with AMD.
Apple doesn't build a new iPhone and wait for Samsung to announce a new Galaxy, they build a new iPhone so the people with old iPhones will buy new iPhones.
Thankfully though Guru3d also managed to get some of the code (not the same as VideoCardz): http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/nvidia-launches-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-countdown.html
Assuming it was not another source but I would expect Hilbert to say.
Yeah according to them the code was changed later.
Also the word "Time" has a bold Ti.
Can't wait for the 1080 Ti to roll on.
Oh my god, you guys. Why is NVIDIA counting down to the RX 580?
Just to be clear: I'm not dismissing that the 1080 Ti could be announced at GDC. I'm simply pointing out the ridiculousness of using code snippets on a public website to try and prove it.
What about Guru3D where Hilbert got the code himself
Linked it earlier in the thread.
Now he is usually pretty reliable and sensible, I would not expect him to screw around with code just to make a fake news story.
But yeah as Tainted pointed out the best indicator is the fact of the Ti in bold on the countdown page.
Some may not had identified it well but the image is also Titanium:
This is a photo of Titanium element:
And compare that to the background structures behind the countdown.
Using Videocardz one but more clear at Geforce: http://www.geforce.com/
Appreciate this goes beyond your point though Armenius.
It's a real ti announcement coming this time. This isn't like the CES supposed announcement. This time is legit and is pretty obvious. Also use common sense Nvidia can't hold this product back forever that's been ready ready now for probably a couple of months or more. They have a timeline to stick to for launch windows. The only two things I care about now are when are they gonna be available and how much will we be gouged for these things. Period.