Speculations Claim Nvidia Plans GeForce GTX 20 Series
There are speculations that emerged online claiming that Nvidia might be working on a new GeForce GTX 20 lineup based on their Pascal core architecture.
GeForce GTX 20 Speculations
According to specialized website wccftech.com, a Chinese leaker mentioned a few days ago that Nvidia is planning to launch a new GeForce GTX 20 series. The online publication 3DCenter has posted a speculative specs sheet based on the information provided by the Chinese leaker According to the report, a range of new graphics cards dedicated to the consumer market would come in 2017, prior to Volta. However, this information is purely speculative, as Nvidia did not officially confirm any next-generation GeForce cards.
GeForce GTX 2080 Ti And GeForce GTX Titan Black V2 - Nvidia GP102
Tweak Town reports that the new GeForce GTX 20 series would still be based on the Pascal architecture, but using an updated 14nm FinFET manufacturing process. The first product illustrating the refresh of the Pascal architecture would be the GeForce GTX 2080 Ti, a GP102 based variant. The graphics card would use GDDR5X on a 384-bit memory bus, as well as the refreshed GP102 core with 3384 CUDA cores.
The second Nvidia graphics card mentioned by the source based on GP102 would be a new revision of the GTX Titan Black, V2 as dubbed by the tech experts. The V2 would feature a 384-bit bus interface, up to 24 GB of GDDR5X memory clocked at 12 GB/s and 3840 CUDA Cores clocked at around 1600 MHz. Without the use of HBM, that's a total of 576 GB/s bandwidth.
GeForce GTX 2070 And GeForce GTX 2080 - Nvidia GP104
The next in the list are two GP104 variants. The GTX 2070 would be a core revision over the mobility version GTX 1070 that has 2048 cores. Nvidia's GeForce GTX 2070 would come with GDDR5X memory clocked at 10 GHz and faster clocks of 1700 MHz. The upcoming mobility graphics card would be priced at $349 and deliver a 20 percent increase in performance over the GTX 1070.
The GeForce GTX 2080 would be a replacement of the GTX 1080 coming with the same core configurations but providing faster clocks. It is speculated that the GTX 2080 would feature clock speeds up to 12 GHz for GDDR5X memory and up to 2000 MHz for core. The upcoming graphics card would come with a price tag of around $499, while the performance boost would reach 15 percent over the current GTX 1080 version.
GeForce GTX 2060 And GeForce GTX 2060 Ti - Nvidia GP106
The GP106 refresh will come consists in two variants: the GTX 2060 and GTX 2060 Ti. The upcoming cards would replace the current GTX 1060 3 GB and GTX 1060 6 GB variants. It is speculated that these cards would come on the market on the second half of 2017. Both graphics cards would feature the same specifications as the current ones but match with much higher clock speeds.
GeForce GTX 2050 - Nvidia GP107
The GP107 refresh would come as the GTX 2050. The rumored upcoming graphics card would feature the same configuration as the GTX 1050 Ti. It would feature 768 CUDA cores but would work at higher clock speeds of 1700 MHz and 8 GHz memory. The GeForce GTX 2050 is rumored to come with a price tag of around $150.
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