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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti with 10GB memory on the way?

Posted on Sunday, November 13 2016 @ 11:25:18 CET by


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For month's there's been chatter about a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, a new high-end card based on the same GP102 die as the Pascal-based Titan X.

Now a new shipping manifest found on Zauba hints the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is on the way and it confirms rumors about the card having 10GB of memory, likely of the GDDR5X variety. And while the pricing of these manifests is not necessarily a good pointer of the final retail price, VideoCardz writes the card is listed as having a value of around $1,010 (after converting Indian rupees to US dollar).
TITAN X Pascal product number is 699-1G611-0000-000, which means PG611 SKU 00. The new product from this shipping manifest is PG611 SKU 10 (699-1G611-0010-000). So in other words, this has to be a new card, unless someone made multiple mistakes, which is unlikely.

The only thing that does not necessarily make sense is the 384-bit memory bus, but does it really? This not the first time NVIDIA would use more memory controllers than it is really necessary (examples: GTX 660 with 192b interface or GTX 970 with 256b interface).
The card will likely be introduced during NVIDIA's keynote speech at CES 2017 on Wednesday, January 4, 2017, but nothing is official yet. This will be NVIDIA's first keynote at CES, they've come a long way since the introduction of the G80 GPU ten years ago, which was the first GPU to support CUDA.

Since that date, NVIDIA has seen tremendous growth in the gaming market, as well as successfully expanded its reach to non-gaming markets, including several of the hottest buzz words of the moment, including AI, deep learning, neural networks and self-driving car tech.



 



 

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