According to rumors, Nvidia's highly anticipated GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card will arrive on the market next year, being expected to be launched by the company at CES 2017.
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti At CES 2017
Many gamers are anxiously waiting for the high-performance Nvidia upcoming GPU GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. This highly anticipated graphics card is expected to provide performance near Titan X, but at lower pricing.
According to PC Gamer, there are many online speculations and rumors in regards to the unannounced Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Of course, Nvidia will have the final word in all this. But, if the latest GeForce GTX 1080 Ti rumor will prove to be true, the gaming enthusiasts will be able to purchase the graphics card after the CES 2017.
A report from Chinese-language website Zol.com.cn suggests that the GPU maker Nvidia is preparing to formally launch the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti at CES 2017 in January next year. Fudzilla has been the first western media online outlet to give the heads up on the news.
If GTX 1080 Ti will be really launched at CES 2017, that gives a waiting time of a little over three months. In the meantime, speculations about the graphics card's specs continue. Most of the tech analysts expect that GTX 1080 Ti will be based on the Pascal GP102 GPU, with 3,328 CUDA cores and 26 SM clusters enabled. The card would feature 12 GB of GDDR5 memory.
According to TechSpot, the GTX 1080 Ti would be actually the second graphics card from Nvidia to use company's Pascal GP102 silicon, first used in the Titan X. The 1080 Ti GPU will reportedly have a boost clock of 1,623 MHz and a base clock of 1,503 MHz and. Its memory interface is expected to be 384-bit GDDR5X attached to 12 GB of VRAM and providing 480 GB/s of bandwidth.