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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Expected Early March

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 04:57PM

According to an NVIDIA board partner, the next iteration of the GeForce GTX 1080, the GTX 1080 Ti, will be officially revealed around the time of PAX East, which occurs from March 10-12. The delay in the announcement appears to be related to the expected June reveal of AMD Vega, as NVIDIA has no reason to further upgrade its offerings with no real competition. It is also expected that all NVIDIA AIB partners will have an offering from the get go, giving users the chance to pick from their favorite manufacturer. Rumored specifications for the GTX 1080 Ti include a GP102 GPU core, 10GB GDDR5X, and a power draw of 250W. It will boast more transistors and CUDA cores than the GTX 1080, but will likely fall short of the GTX TITAN-X.

Source: WCCF Tech

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road-runner on January 10, 2017 03:00

I was looking for the like button

Bosco on January 10, 2017 03:04

About time :)


Like button is on FB :haha:

ir_cow on January 10, 2017 10:12

Nvidia doesn't have a good track record of having the Ti series being slower than its top tier cards.. So far all the recent Ti series have been faster than the Titans, just with less memory.

Braegnok on January 10, 2017 16:16

I noticed Club GeForce Elite members who own GTX 980TI will get early access to pre-orders, when upgrading to GTX 1080TI.


Next up "Game Ready" drivers move to subscription base $$$ monthly fee. :nyea:    

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Guest_Guest_* on January 10, 2017 21:10
Yea to little to late because they waited they have lost a lot of sales myself included I was ready with money in hand and was going to get this card. I waited and waited and finally ended up getting a Samsung mid level 60 inch TV for the bedroom...lol

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