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Message 45131 - Posted: 3 Nov 2016 | 9:48:51 UTC

Waiting on the EVGA 1080 TI (maybe the Classified Edition) to get a Paschal card.
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Message 45134 - Posted: 3 Nov 2016 | 11:22:02 UTC
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Waiting on the EVGA 1080 TI (maybe the Classified Edition) to get a Paschal card.

Might be announced in Jan 2017 & arrive between Feb and April. So, realistically it could be 4 to 6 months before it arrives. NV could make one right now based on an NV GTX Titan, but what's the point? There is no competition and probably won't be for a while. It's also a flagship card (limited demand) and for here the big question would be, does it scale?

14nm Fin-Fet is presently being used for the GTX1050 and GTX1050Ti, while the other Pascal's are 16nm, so there is a possibility a GTX1080Ti will arrive based on the 14nm fabrication. That would fit in with a new GPU in 6months time and might mean a ~10 to 15% improvement in itself; justifying it's existence. NV are using two factories so it's conceivable that one will scale up while the other scales down and starts adapting for new Fabrication.
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