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GTX 1080 Ti *Confirmed*

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GTXJackBauer

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GTX 1080 Ti confirmed minutes ago.

More info on this.


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Brando

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i'm getting one right when it comes out. birthday present for myself. THANK YOU JEN HSUN YOU ARE THE REAL PRESIDENT
 

Janus67

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11GB of VRAM is a very strange number. Not often you see an odd about of RAM like that (we had some 3GB ones of course, but I can't think of any since then)
 

Brando

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Looks good are there any reviews.

not yet just the livestream where the new stock cooler got it to 2ghz at 66c and was said to be faster than titan x by jen hsun. nobody will miss that one gb of vram. it's a beast and AMD is still quiet about vega. looks like a good buy.
 

Kenrou

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10 fast 1 slow. still 4gb more than i have now lol.

As Janus said 11gb is a very strange number, makes more sense having 11gb fast and 1gb slow and the slow simply doesn't show/count for total (would avoid nVidia going through another law suit fiasco) :shrug:
 

mackerel

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Big dilemma now... do I grab one of these, or hold out for Vega?... given I have an NVIDIA branded case, it would be quite amusing to put Vega in it...
 
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GTXJackBauer

GTXJackBauer

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Big dilemma now... do I grab one of these, or hold out for Vega?... given I have an NVIDIA branded case, it would be quite amusing to put Vega in it...

Now that would be something. :rofl: If that was me which I would never do, I'd probably make a troll video on the tube and monetize it. I think it would surely grab some attention.
 

Soulcatcher668

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The hundred dollar price drop on the 1080 was a nice surprise as well.

It does amuse me that these giant technology companies cannot keep a Twitch stream running.

Had to watch most of it on Facebook and boy what a piece of crap that platform is for streaming/videos.
 

DaveB

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Way more than I would pay, but cheaper than anybody thought.
 

mackerel

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Still conflicted. I don't *need* it, but I do want it... Maybe I could start running DSR... or go 4k? :D Or if the 1080 does drop enough it would be tempting. Actually, wouldn't the 1080 drop put it pretty close to 1070? So while not mentioned, I wonder if there would be downward pressure there too?
 

EarthDog

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11GB of VRAM is a very strange number. Not often you see an odd about of RAM like that (we had some 3GB ones of course, but I can't think of any since then)
definitely odd, as is the memory width of 352 bit. 11(chips) x 32(bits) = 352 bits. This is not a split memory bandwidth like 970 gents. ;)

So while not mentioned, I wonder if there would be downward pressure there too?
As is typical, I would absolutely think so again.
 

JrClocker

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11GB of VRAM is a very strange number. Not often you see an odd about of RAM like that (we had some 3GB ones of course, but I can't think of any since then)

Reminds me of Spinal Tap...they turned it up to 11!

Long live my Titan X cards! :D


 

BuRgLaR

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11GB of VRAM is a very strange number. Not often you see an odd about of RAM like that (we had some 3GB ones of course, but I can't think of any since then)

I thought the same but I suppose it's NVidia's way of trying to justify the X's far greater price tag for a mere GB more.

Kinda glad I held out on those 1080's on Newegg like everyone on here suggested as your advice now is confirmed.


Good things come to those who wait I suppose..



Yes I'm gonna go Ryzen with a 1080ti AMD+NVidia=Win
 

Nebulous

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I'll bet the pricetag on that sucka is gonna be hefty. Looks like the Titan X is going to be the better deal.

And of course they gotta show it with that dam squirrel cage blower crap cooling :rolleyes: Can't they ever show something more appealing?
 

benbaked

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I'm shocked they priced it at only $699, I was expecting it to cost more. With Ryzen here as well, what a great time to build a killer new gaming PC!