Nvidia Teases NEW GPU via Youtube <Link in Thread>

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My guess? New cards,faster by a hair,slightly cheaper,and with a return to the 275/285/GTS/ULTRA,naming system,possibly odd sized memory bus's as well(320)....
 

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Uncut 2080ti with 22gb VRAM. $1699
I would buy that the second it goes up for sale. 2080 Ti is fast and I bought one at launch, but having only 11GB GDDR6 is kind of a joke, given that GDDR6 offers twice the density of GDDR5. It's not a card for 99.9% of PC gamers, but I have a workload that will actually take advantage of the extra VRAM. Flight sim will take all the VRAM I can throw at it, and ultimately that would save me $800 over an RTX Titan.
 

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They're the same chip. Reread the post.
RTX Titan isn't cut-down, all SMs, ROPs, memory channels, TMUs, RT cores, tensor cores, etc. are enabled. That means Nvidia gets to sell fewer of these specific chips than they can sell chips that are good enough to go into an RTX 2080 Ti because of the nature of silicon microprocessor manufacturing. That makes RTX Titan more expensive.
 

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Rtx 2180 Super Ray Tracing Edition with double the GigaRays! Available immediately on nVidias website at a bargain price of $1999.99. If you act now, Jensen will personally sign the first 100 boxes making it a collectors item, isn't that Super?
 

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RTX Titan isn't cut-down, all SMs, ROPs, memory channels, TMUs, RT cores, tensor cores, etc. are enabled. That means Nvidia gets to sell fewer of these specific chips than they can sell chips that are good enough to go into an RTX 2080 Ti because of the nature of silicon microprocessor manufacturing. That makes RTX Titan more expensive.
That's exactly what I said already. Rtx Titan is what he described.
 

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That's exactly what I said already. Rtx Titan is what he described.
Wow you're dense.
RTX Titan is a 100% functional die. There are very few of these on each wafer. Also, it has 24GB GDDR6. The hypothetical product rvenger described mentioned 22GB GDDR6 and made no mention of using a fully functional TU102. Therefore, they are not the same.
 

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Wow you're dense.
RTX Titan is a 100% functional die. There are very few of these on each wafer. Also, it has 24GB GDDR6. The hypothetical product rvenger described mentioned 22GB GDDR6 and made no mention of using a fully functional TU102. Therefore, they are not the same.
Thanks for the ad hominem and your feedback.
 

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Wow you're dense.
RTX Titan is a 100% functional die. There are very few of these on each wafer. Also, it has 24GB GDDR6. The hypothetical product rvenger described mentioned 22GB GDDR6 and made no mention of using a fully functional TU102. Therefore, they are not the same.
Uncut 2080ti with 22gb VRAM. $1699
"uncut 2080Ti" reads a LOT like "fully-enabled 2080Ti" which easily translates as "fully-enabled TU102", which is a Titan RTX. As you noted, 22GB and fully-enabled-TU102 are mutually exclusive because of the ROPs/memory channels but perhaps OP didn't realise that? Or maybe they did literally just mean "a 2080Ti with extra memory" and we're all just talking in circles. But the implication is plain to me
 

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"uncut 2080Ti" reads a LOT like "fully-enabled 2080Ti" which easily translates as "fully-enabled TU102", which is a Titan RTX. As you noted, 22GB and fully-enabled-TU102 are mutually exclusive because of the ROPs/memory channels but perhaps OP didn't realise that? Or maybe we're all just talking in circles...
Thank you. I didn't have the patience with him ;).
 

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Thank you. I didn't have the patience with him ;).
You also don't have a gift for attention to detail.

By the very definition of "uncut" in this context, an hypothetical 22GB 2080 Ti could not be uncut, since that would mean it still has a 352-bit memory controller, i.e. a disabled memory channel (and 8 inactive ROPs as well).
 

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You also don't have a gift for attention to detail.

By the very definition of "uncut" in this context, an hypothetical 22GB 2080 Ti could not be uncut, since that would mean it still has a 352-bit memory controller, i.e. a disabled memory channel (and 8 inactive ROPs as well).
You're grasping at straws.
/discussion
 

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You also don't have a gift for attention to detail.

By the very definition of "uncut" in this context, an hypothetical 22GB 2080 Ti could not be uncut, since that would mean it still has a 352-bit memory controller, i.e. a disabled memory channel (and 8 inactive ROPs as well).
fair enough- but does OP know that, is the question? sometimes an intended meaning gets overlooked due to incongruity in the details. perhaps we should all put a pin in this pending clarification from OP?
 

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fair enough- but does OP know that, is the question? sometimes an intended meaning gets overlooked due to incongruity in the details. perhaps we should all put a pin in this pending clarification from OP?
That's fair.

I will say though, it is clear to me that a hypothetical "Super" 2080 Ti would, by necessity, remain cut-down in order to achieve the target price in between the original 2080 Ti and RTX Titan. Another strong motivator for such a decision would have to be avoidance of cannibalization/erosion of margin.
 

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Please if they were to release such a thing it would be at least $5k.
you are not wrong. i wouldn't be surprised at this point if next years RTX 3080Ti starts at $1699 or something, because what are we gonna do about it- buy AMDs alternative? oh, right...

remember when the TOTALLY BONKERS OVERPOWERED dual-GT200 GTX 295 launched at $500? We did not know how good we had it back then!
 
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It would be super if they would make a card that didn't generate heat, ran silent, yet was as powerful as the 2080.
 
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