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NVIDIA Teases Something "Super"

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"Super marketing" as in huge costs... that's meant to rain on and steal AMD's thunder. Given Nvidia coffers overflow from exorbitant margins, could we expect anything less.
 
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Xavier is a huge chip with high TDP, doubt it would be suitable for anything like that. If it is xavier, I think chromebook is the only one which could work out. And I doubt Tesla was on the list anymore when manufacturing of them started. Nvidia makes the chips, Bosch makes the final products.

But other than that I agree it does look like a full product not a computer part. Maybe they finally make Tegra X1 successor without any automotive crap on it. Heck if they want to sell Nintendo something in future, they have to have some gaming orientated SOC to sell before that.

EDIT: not to mention Tegra line has always took naming from Superheros...
Its just like any other Tegra before it. Its able to be configured for 5w-30w (SoC). Automotive have the options to add GPUs and additional SoC.
 
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Its just like any other Tegra before it. Its able to be configured for 5w-30w (SoC). Automotive have the options to add GPUs and additional SoC.
Sure, but it's 350mm² monster SoC. Half of it have nothing to do with gpu or cpu, I really have hard time of believing that nvidia would make a gaming device such of monster and then disable half of it.
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It's probably higher clockspeeds with even higher prices...
 
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Tablet. Need to do something with all those Xavier chips they thought Tesla was going to buy.

It reminds me too much of the Shield K1

Probably something along those lines. The font and the "p" is an obviously hints at a collaboration with HP. But might not mean anything since it seems like I'm the only one who picked up on that. Sticking to that, I'd rule out a new gpu or new mobile gaming platform. Asking myself what could hp and nvidia be cooking up? A supercomputer, a new omen, big format display.

Also I think the 'pe' being conspicuously illuminated might be of some significance but can't think of anything there.
 
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Hmm maybe just maybe it has something to do with this:

Source code from last year shows that “mystique” has a 13.5-inch 3000×2000 (3:2) LCD from Panasonic. A 13.5-inch panel would be quite large for a tablet, which is why we think “mystique” is instead a 2-in-1 PC. This idea fits with what we know of SHIELD Desktop Experience and its 3 UI modes. Notably, the Microsoft Surface Book also has a 13.5-inch 3000×2000 (3:2) display, but I don’t think “mystique,” if it exists, will necessarily be a Surface Book competitor since we have little information about its full specifications. (Of interest, the Tegra 4 Microsoft Surface 2 and Tegra 4 developer tablet could boot Android, so NVIDIA has a history with the Surface line.)
 
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With launch and current 2080 TI prices, nothing "super" is going to excite me! Nvidia takes the peepee with the newer/mightier!
 
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Pricing is relative and you are not able to understand what it means.
 
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I bet on SuperExpensive.
 
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Pricing is relative and you are not able to understand what it means.
Indeed, with Navi being 2070 performance at best and that dodgy Radeon VII being their top dog for a while Nvidia already offer even more expensive products for those that don't want to wait years for AMD to offer something similar, until that changes you have to spend silly money... and drown in super unoriginal tears.
 
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Rumour: GTX 2060, 2070, 2080 "Super" are variants of the existing cards with higher shader counts and faster memory. Hopefully this will bump the prices of the current models down a notch.

 
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A full 2080 with 4608 shaders would be hard to obtain in volume but indeed would lower prices of current ones.
 
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Yes. Something SUPER EXPENSIVE....
Been there, done that. Nobody expects anything interesting anymore from this greedy company and the leather jacked punk.
 

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I think it's 7nm but 7nm of what? Are they dropping RTX/GTX branding for Super? Or are they calling, for example, RTX 2080 Super same as RTX 2080 but 7nm. That would make their product stack confusing though unless the clocks are all the same...which doesn't make much sense...unless Turing sucked at its conversion to 7nm.
 
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Yeah just pissing on AMD's parade, not too hard these days sadly.
 
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