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So according to PC Gamer, they have a "source" who tells them NVIDIA will be readying it's newest Pascal chips for the mobile form factor and they will be released sometime in August/September of this year. In addition, the rumor is these new GPUs will not be cut down M variants but be full-fledged desktop GPUs crammed into high performance notebooks (e.g. MSI and Clevo) but just clocked lower to fit the TDP and power envelope. That shouldn't really come as a surprise to anyone since NVIDIA crammed a 165W desktop 980 in notebooks last year and with GTX 1070 only sipping 150W and GTX 1080 at 180W, it makes sense to release these as soon as possible. Despite what PC Gamer says, we may yet still see M variants with different names down the line as there are a lot of gamers out there that still want high performance chips but with thinner profiles and longer battery lives but that will probably come sometime after the 1080/1070 are released for notebooks. In addition, we've still got AMD's newest Polaris coming and with the 480 only consuming 150W, AMD could easily shoehorn that into a notebook just as NVIDIA is doing so we expect both companies to announce availability of their newest notebook graphics chips soon. View full article
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Condition: Used Warranty: Yes, expires: September 2019 Reason for sale: No longer needed. Payment: PayPal Item location: North Hollywood, California, United States Shipping: Local pickup, Postal service, UPS International shipping: No Handling time: Ships within 2 business days of receiving cleared payment Feedback: NotebookReview Forum Feedback Thread, eBay Feedback Profile Specifications: ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 8GB ROG STRIX Graphics Card (STRIX-GTX1080-A8G-GAMING) https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-GeForce-STRIX-Graphics-STRIX-GTX1080-A8G-GAMING/dp/B01K5F8MJK/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1482807866&sr=1-1&keywords=1080+strix 1835 MHz Boost Clock with Super Alloy Power II Delivery Aura RGB Lighting on both shroud and back plate New ASUS Fan Connect provides dual 4-pin GPU-controlled PWM fan headers Direct CU III with 0dB fan technology and patented wing-blade fans 4K and VR Ready with dual HDMI 2.0 ports to simultaneously connect headset & monitor The GPU was purchased on September 30th, for my friends rig, and has barely been used. He got a 1080 hybrid last week, and since i paid for it at Fry's, im putting it for sale. This card was used for maybe at max for a month and a half, since hes working most of the time. Never overclocked, so im not sure how good of a clocker this card will be. Comes with everything that comes inside the box, the World of Tanks/ Warships thing was never used, neither was the Xsplit license requested. Only thing missing are 2 of the DP port covers. Ill try looking for them, but i doubt those tiny fuckers will turn up. Will come with the Frys Electronics receipt, and this has not been registered on the ASUS website yet, so you are free to do so. Also we did not get any game codes with it.
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So guys, what's your thoughts on the new latest and greatest from Nvidia. According to benchmark results, posted by Nvidia on their official site and released at the conference, the GTX 1080 pulls more performance than SLI 980's. Pretty impressive, although keep in mind the benchmarks were done by Nvidia, so they could be fairly biased. Are you guys gonna buy it on release?
Dear Respected Members, I want your advice please: Upgrading my Clevo P570WM from GTX 880m SLI to GTX 980m SLI (=$2000) or the new GTX 1070/1080 if applicable? I need to verify if it will support one or 2 of them in SLI?? or Get a new Clevo P870 or Eurocom Sky 9XE Unlocked with the 980m's SLI (=$3500)? and then I have to sell my old Beast and if your advice is to go for the new system, what is the best choice?: 1- GTX 980m SLI 2- GTX 980 Desktop 3- Just wait for the GTX 980 Desktop SLI? 4- GTX 1070/1080 if applicable 5- Something else Best Regards.
Hi with the new Nvidia Pascal 1080 and 1070 Notebook chips coming very soon I am very excited to see benchmarks and have all the information. However I have ONE question about these new chips and I am sure that I am not the only one curious about this. Since Nvidia has confirmed that from now on we will not get "M" versions of the cards I am wondering if this means that standard format MXM format is going to be a thing of the past soon ? In other words I would like to know if the 1080 and 1070 (Notebook) are going to have a standard MXM format or an extra large format like the 980 (Notebook) If anyone here has any information about this even if it is unconfirmed rumors I would like to hear it. Having a Clevo P750DM-G I can always use a graphics amplifier plugged into the thunderbolt port but I would love to be able to upgrade my 980m to pascal at some point. I know this might be a bit to early to have any information about the chips but I am really curious about this. Thanks in advance for your replies. Cheers.
It’s about time we share first benchmarks of GeForce GTX 1080, new flagship graphics card that will be unveiled tomorrow by NVIDIA. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, 8GB RAM GDDR5X at 10 GHz I think the most interesting detail about GTX 1080 is the new memory. NVIDIA has finally used 8GB ram for its flagship card. It’s no longer an exclusive to mobile solutions. Additionally, the GDDR5X modules are clocked at 2500 MHz (which is shown as 5000+ MHz in 3DMark). However the effective clock is 10000 MHz, which means the bandwidth is somewhere around 320 GB/s (assuming it’s 256-bit wide). On the GPU side we have a huge improvement in terms of frequencies. It is said that GTX 1080 can boost up to 1.8 GHz, with base clock around 1.6 GHz. At the time of writing we are not able to confirm the exact reference clock. For such reason I decided to avoid making comparison charts, so this post will essentially tell you what GTX 1080 is capable of and nothing more. NVIDIA Pascal Series (To be confirmed) May 5th 2016 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU 16nm FF GP104-400 16nm FF GP104-200 16nm FF GP100-890 CUDA Cores ? ? 3584 Memory Type 8GB GDDR5X 8GB GDDR5 16 GB HBM2 Base Clock ? ? 1328 MHz Memory Clock 2500 MHz 2000 MHz 352 MHz Effective Memory Clock 10000 MHz 8000 MHz 1408 MHz Memory Bus 256-bit 256-bit 4096-bit Memory Bandwidth 320 GB/s 256 GB/s 720 GB/s NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB — 3DMark11 Performance Like always, we are only looking at graphics score. 3DMark11 Performance preset is rendered at 1280×720 resolution. GeForce GTX 1080 scores 27683 points, which is still above overclocked GM200 cards (~23-25k). Worth noting 3DMark11 is not showing correct GPU clocks, however the new driver already supports GTX 1080 by its name. http://videocardz.com/59558/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-3dmark-benchmarks