Nvidia Launches GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Countdown

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As you guys know, Nvidia will be launching something at an open event next week, March 1st. Interesting is that a countdown times just launched and Nvidia places a small puzzle in there. Hey I am good at deductive reasoning, albeit this is a no-brainer. 

The background materials are obviously Titanium crystals. So yes, we now know with near absolute certainty that the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is being launched. The Ti could be roughly up-to 30% maybe 40% faster compared to a regular GTX 1080 in the higher resolutions. So let's have a peek: in the introduction teaser you can see growing Titanium crystals.

Then in the count-down screen you can see time with the ti nice phat in bold. And once you look at the HTML code of the website well that's where thing get even more clear :)

The GTX 1080 Ti will be powered by a GP102 chip with likely 3328 activated shader processors. Clock speeds should sit in the 1.5 GHz ranges with boost at say 1.6 GHz, we expect values close to the GeForce TitanX Pascal but being the Ti edition, traditionally it would be clocked faster - likely a good 100 Mhz higher. The memory would be 10 GB on a 384-bit wide memory bus at  effective clock rate of 10 GHz. The TDP of the card would be with in the 250 watt range.

Below an (indicative) table overview.

 Nvidia GTX 1080 TiNvidia Titan XGeForce GTX 1080Geforce GTX Titan X
Architecture Pascal Pascal Pascal Maxwell
GPU GP102 GP102 GP104-400 GM200
Fab 16nm Finfet 16nm Finfet 16nm Finfet 28nm
Shader procs 3 328 st (?) 3 584 st 2 560 st 3 072 st
Base 1 503 MHz 1 417 MHz 1 607 MHz 1 000 MHz
Boost 1 623 MHz 1 531 MHz 1 733 MHz 1 075 MHz
Mem 10GB ? 12GB GDDR5X 8 GB GDDR5X 12 GB GDDR5
Mem freq 10 000 MHz 10 000 MHz 10 000 MHz 7 000 MHz
Mem bus 384-bit 384-bit 256-bit 384-bit
Mem bandw 480 GB/s 480 GB/s 320 GB/s 336,5 GB/s
TDP 250W 250W 180W 250 W

Nvidia Launches GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Countdown

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