At a bare minimum, you are looking at a 50% increase all things considered and watt for watt.
Xavier ZepheriousIn my digging around I found this to be accurate - desktop should be early next yeartheir HPC version - ie Titan maybe dropping in dec at China GTC Jen Huang will be keynoteCome to GTC CHINA and master new technologies and trends in AI and graphics.December 16-19, 2019https://www.nvidia.cn/gtc/
Xavier Zepherious1. tape-out of ampere was in march this year - normally it take 9 months to a year to go from tape-out to release that would be dec or march2 the last of turing release is this month with the last models to be released - usually 6 months(max 9 months) after that you see new models appear - see 900 series->10series->20 series - that puts you into march-latest june3 i don't consider all those sources as multiple sources - i usually delve into the original source and only count all that as 1 source - when i say i have multiple source - I look at TSMC, AIB partners and other partners, Nvidia sources -(i have some), manufacturing leaks(tiawan/china),etc4 as of march jen said they are clearing 20 series stock before they release next-gen hardware5. you want to beat AMD out of the gate - if AMD is June you want yours out in March otherwise AMD gets all the attention and you come off as slow to the draw and falling behind schedule so when i say i have other sources...I DO.... i might spend days looking at tech papers - Nvidia partners Data,tech papers and seminarsusually someone slips up somewhere - it's not bullet proof (although Nvidia has done a good job in the last few years closing gaps) - but to save people jobs i don't get too specificit used to be easy finding info years ago - those NDA's and going after leakers has made things harder
boyleryaI thought we were basing that off of new GPU launches off of an architecture, not an alteration to the memory. Thats an excellent theory to add to the rumor when considering the keyword you used "IF".
houkomThankfully I held off on Turing... It just didn't feel right at the time. Maybe it'll be different with Ampere and I'll find a great replacement for this Titan X(p)
the_Scarlet_oneboyleryaI thought we were basing that off of new GPU launches off of an architecture, not an alteration to the memory. Thats an excellent theory to add to the rumor when considering the keyword you used "IF".A launch is a launch no minor what the change is, and nvidia rarely goes for a long time without some form of launch to keep their name in the news. Of course, the only guarantee is that the release is the day that NVidia gives out the information, and most of these sources were wrong a LOT about the launch dates last year, as they stabbed in the dark blindly just hoping that nvidia would release the card when they had guessed. As far as trying to debunk the rumors, its wasting time as no one outside of nvidia’s launch can prove the rumor to be any more true or false than both of you state. In the end, something is going to happen sometime and the websites posting need the views to keep the crowd interested.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080/3080 Ti: more VRAM, way faster and CHEAPER?!
Nvidia’s next-gen Ampere GPUs could be way better at ray tracing and with cheaper flagship prices
knightsilverWith Raytracing, Ill be holding off a few gens for a highend gpu.
aka_STEVE_bslight updates - https://www.tweaktown.com/news/68455/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3080-ti-more-vram-way-faster-cheaper/index.html https://www.techradar.com/news/nvidias-next-gen-ampere-gpus-could-be-way-better-at-ray-tracing-and-with-cheaper-flagship-prices NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080/3080 Ti: more VRAM, way faster and CHEAPER?! Nvidia’s next-gen Ampere GPUs could be way better at ray tracing and with cheaper flagship prices