As a proof a screenshot was posted, clearly showing 11GB of GDDR5X memory and 352-bit bus. Of course, there is no Pascal GP104 with such configuration, and such memory bus is only available with one chip — Pascal GP102.It's believed to be an early development board so the final version could still be a couple of months away from us.
Although the new card was not named directly in the post, it was discovered that the filename actually does mention GTX 1080 Ti: “KM3_1080_Ti_SCv2.jpg”.
Judging from the GPU-Z screenshot, the new GTX 1080 Ti for notebooks would feature the exact same GPU configuration as a desktop variant of 1080 Ti with 3584 CUDA cores. Bear in mind that the screenshot is likely showing wrong TMU and ROP counts.
Evidence of upcoming GeForce GTX 1080 Ti for laptops
Posted on Monday, Apr 03 2017 @ 16:28 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck