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Graphics Cards Possible model on GTX 1080

The GeForce 10 collection is a series of graphics processing systems developed by Nvidia, at first based upon the Pascal microarchitecture revealed in March 2014. This layout series did well the GeForce 900 collection, and is been successful by the GeForce 16 series and GeForce 20 collection making use of the Turing microarchitecture.

comes GTX 1080-Power from China?

Gamed graphics cards have been sacrificed for a good year, but AMD and Nvidia can not produce enough specimens to simultaneously offer affordable prizes. And in other words, because demand is so high, there are enough people who are willing to spend a lot of money so that prices have risen enormously. Even a beginner model for full HD gaming as the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super costs 400 euros and more – a year ago she was still good 200 euros. As the US website PC Gamer reports, from China could be relieved. Because the Chinese company Jingjiawei respectively Jingjia Micro has announced two graphics cards, JM9231 and JM9271. The latter should be comparable to a NVIDIA GTX 1080. For something newer models, this would correspond approximately to a GeForce RTX 2060, which is currently available from 460 euros. The RTX 2060 is currently still hardworking, although the 2000 series has been set to itself. However, the graphics card crisis is the RTX 2060 as a kind of not nail, and as we reported the day before yesterday, it could even give a new edition with 12GB instead of 6GB RAM.

As far as the JM9271 is concerned, it should offer 16GB HBM, a particularly fast video memory type. By contrast, JM9231 should only be on the level of a GTX 1050 and will have 8GB GDDR RAM. Whether the graphics cards on the western market play a direct role, of course, is still in the stars, as well as the gaming fitness. However, a mass production could relieve the western market even if the graphics cards appear only in China and / or are interesting only for users or miners. Because part of the graphics card misery also stems that miners also buy some of the normal gaming graphics cards in China.

From Antonio Funes
16.09.2021 at 19:45