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I bought two GTX 1080 ASUS STRIX.

Should I sell them and wait for GTX 11xx Volta? Or is that too long to have to wait?
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    I'm not expecting Volta GPU's until early 2018.

    And it is apparently a new architecture, those have been known to fall very very flat, so wait, use your 1080's have fun with them, see what the performance increase is, and then make a decision.
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  2. Why would you? Are you not happy with the performance you are getting with the 1080s?

    Waiting for a new generation is an endless loop. Once Volta is out a new generation will be in the works (12xx) and that's just how it will always be. You just go for what can satisfy your needs now and wait to see if something in the future is worth the jump when and if you need it. ;)
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  3. Dude you have x2 1080`s, that is the dream. Don`t sell the dream man! And yes Volta is still a way away.
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  4. Fixadent said:
    I bought two GTX 1080 ASUS STRIX.

    Should I sell them and wait for GTX 11xx Volta? Or is that too long to have to wait?


    just keep them. right now we don't even know when exactly consumer based volta going to coming out. let's see how Vega going to pan out. if Vega can only match 1080ti performance (and that already quite optimistic outlook for Vega) nvidia most likely want to hold geforce based volta until Q2 2018. nvidia in general update their gaming architecture line up roughly once every 2 years. right now pascal just about to turn one year old. remember nvidia also need to recoup the cost they spend developing pascal architecture.
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