Nvidia Volta release date? Go!

Pascal is now a year old, even though the 1080 Ti's released not too long ago. When do you anticipate Volta releasing?
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  1. My money's on early next year based on the releases, and currently stable demand to keep producing 10xx series cards, they'll probably want to get more out of the node given the well developed yields and lack of current competition by AMD towards 80% of their market. The only place where AMD has a foothold is the RX 580 atm.
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  2. Hopefully before tax season next year, want to upgrade my 780 :) .
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  3. Chugalug_ I agree with your theory, although I truly wish they would release Volta within the next three months.

    WildCard999 Me too. I'd like a 1080 Ti or a future 1180 Ti.
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  4. rcald2000 said:
    Pascal is now a year old, even though the 1080 Ti's released not too long ago. When do you anticipate Volta releasing?


    nvidia move to new architecture roughly in two years time.

    Fermi - 2010
    Kepler - 2012
    Maxwell - 2014
    Pascal - 2016
    Volta -2018(?)

    well there are talks about nvidia might holding Volta back because lack of competition from AMD but stuff like this has been speculated a lot. for example some people speculate 1080ti pricing will move towards 800-900 but we also heard something similar for 980ti. for what ever reason for the flagship nvidia still did not charge more than $700 since 2013. one thing for sure though nvidia know they can let their guard when it comes to AMD. because time and time again AMD try to hit nvidia with something unexpected. back in 2008 it was HD4800 series pricing. and more recently low level API and async compute. and there already talk about new stuff in shader model 6 will benefit AMD hardware the most. probably also the reason why SM6 still not officially released (which was rumored to come out sometime late last year or early this year) because the big player like nvidia and intel did not like the fact the most of the benefit only goes to AMD.
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