TechPowerUp came across a rumor that NVIDIA may be planning to launch two new desktop graphics cards based on the GK110; the GeForce GTX Titan Ultra and the GeForce GTX Titan LE. The LE version is reportedly a scaled-down version of the GTX Titan with 2496 CUDA cores, 208 TMUs, 40 ROPs, a 320-bit memory bus and 5120MB GDDR5 memory. The Ultra model on the other hand may be a part that uses the full power of the GK110 silicon, this means 2880 CUDA cores and 240 TMUs.
The GTX TITAN Ultra, according to the report, is a minor upscale of the original GTX TITAN. The GTX TITAN doesn't fully utilize the component loadout of the GK110 silicon, leaving an inactive streaming multiprocessor cluster (SMX). The GTX TITAN Ultra could see NVIDIA enabling all components on the GK110, with 2880 CUDA cores and 240 TMUs. NVIDIA could restructure its high-end product stack pricing to accommodate the two new SKUs. GeForce GTX 690 could gradually phase out; GTX TITAN LE could occupy a price-point within the US $599-699 range; GTX TITAN between $940-980, and GTX TITAN Ultra at $1000 or over.