Besides a possible GeForce GTX 1070 Ti there's not a whole lot coming from NVIDIA in the next couple of months so the company's add-in board (AIB) partners are still focusing on making more extreme versions of the current GeForce lineup.
One example is the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Elite from EVGA, this new triple-fan model offers 9 percent higher memory bandwidth thanks to GDDR5X chips that are clocked at 12GHz.
This new variant offers 528.3GB/s of memory bandwidth, whereas regular cards with 11GHz GDDR5 offer just 484GB/s out-of-the-box. This means this GeForce GTX 1080 Ti almost approaches the 547.7GB/s memory bandwidth of NVIDIA's Titan Xp flagship (which has a larger memory bus).
EVGA clocked the FTW3 Elite at 1569GHz and gave it a 1683MHz Boost clockspeed. The design of the card is similar to the FTW3 but EVGA is now offering the card in black and white color options. The default pricing listed on EVGA's website is $819.99 (909.99EUR) but there should be a small instant rebate for EVGA members.