According to new reports, the upcoming GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will feature 10GB of VRAM and it will be launched during the CES 2017 event.
Some leaked information has appeared over the internet, where is shows that the GTX 1080 Ti will feature a cut down GP102 GP and it will feature 3328 CUDA cores, 160 render output units, 208 texture mapping units and a base clock of 1053mhz for a total of 10 teraflops of computing horsepower.
According to the leak by the hwbattle, the GTX 1080 Ti will be featuring a cut down GP102 GP and will be packing 3328 CUDA cores, 208 texture mapping units, 160 render output units and a base clock of 1503mhz for a total of 10 teraflops. According to these specifications, we can clearly say that the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will be able to compete with the Titan X Pascal.
We remind you that some previous rumors were suggesting that the GTX 1080 Ti will feature 12GB GDDR5X memory, but it seems that instead it will come with only 10GB of vRAM.
It is good to know that there is a small difference in the computing speed (also known as Teraflops) between the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and the GTX Titan X. For example, the Titan X has 11 TFLOPS, while GTX 1080 Ti is only lower by 0.2, which is means that it has 10.8 TFLOPS.
WCCFTech claims that even if the GTX 1080 Ti has fewer CUDA cores, ROPs and TMUs, the video card will still come with have topping performance. For example, the GTX 980 had 23% more CUDA cores and a higher clocked speed compared to the GTX 970, but it was only 15% faster than the older video card.
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti: Price
It’s not yet sure for how much the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will cost, but rumors are suggesting that it will be priced somewhere around the $1000 range. We remind you that the GeForce GTX Titan X is currently sold for $1200, so we think that the gamers would prefer the upcoming GTX 1080 Ti once it will hit the stores.
The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is expected to be launched during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017, which will be held during January 5-8, 2017.
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