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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Supposedly Planned for September

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 07:54PM

NVIDIA's new TITAN X video card is the current top dog in terms of single card performance, as it packs a GM200 core, 12GB of VRAM, and impressive numbers, even at 4K resolutions. People have figured it is only a matter of time until that core trickles down to something else, like a GeForce GTX 980 Ti. Rumors have pointed to the GTX 980 Ti launching after summer, but now a new rumor puts that card right at the very end of summer: September. The plan is to apparently counter whatever AMD has in store with a GTX 980 Ti packing the full GM200 core on the TITAN X, just with 6GB of GDDR5. Core speeds could see a bump to 1126MHz, with Boost clocks at 1216MHz, while everything else would mirror the TITAN X. Pricing would be less than the TITAN X, but if it's something in the $600-700 range, there may not be much of a reason to jump to the TITAN X unless you need 12GB of VRAM.

All of this is still just a rumor, but it would make sense for NVIDIA to launch something new soon after AMD's R9 390X/390. As with this and other rumors, do take it with a grain of salt.

Source: Sweclockers via WCCFTech

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